Student’s parents with cool jobs; Some awesome occupations

Charlotte McElwain

June 5, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

    As students, we walked around the school together for six hours a day for 180 days. But do we really know these people? What they go home too? Some go home to parents with super duper cool jobs.       When you ...

Thrilling three sport freshman

Charlotte McElwain, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

Being a freshman is hard as is; with all the school work, new and more challenging classes, and the fear of upperclassman. Some of those freshies can do it all, while playing fall, winter, and spring sports, but many still struggle.   ...

Advice to incoming freshman

Ashley Haley, Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Student Features

  “Make sure to know what you’re talking about, find real friends, grades are actually important, and to take advantage of Hawks Soar.” - Tylar Kight, freshman   “I wish I would have known that I shouldn...

Authority strikes concern at music festivals; Detrimental effects on teenagers

June 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

  EDITORIAL     Summertime, when teens want to have fun and experience new things, but where should the line be drawn between fun and dangerous? It seems as though music festivals have been all the rage recentl...

Drama in dreamland:  making, meeting expectations in your mind

Rebekah Keaton, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

It 10 o'clock or so and you just finished a long day. All your homework is complete, and you’re laying in your bed nice and toasty. Soon you begin to drift off, and the last thing you see is your bedroom.    Once you find your...

One last lap:  Students participate in first-ever senior walk-through

Rebekah Keaton, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

There are many traditions associated with seniors and their last few weeks of school, including senior spirit week, a class trip, a picnic at Rocks State Park, among others. This year, a new tradition was added to this time of...

Superintendent candidates drops to two; Final selection in June approaching fast

June 5, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

GRANT SCARBORO Reporter The decision for the position of superintendent of Harford County Public Schools has been steadily heating up with the number of candidates narrowing down to just two.  Mr. Sean Bulson and Mr. David...

Annual fall production is going to be, ‘a real crowd pleaser’; Drama department prepares for take on classic show

ASHLEY HALEY, Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

     Every year, the North Harford chapter of ITS hosts a dinner at which the title of the following year’s fall musical is released. On May 22, it was announced that student performers will be following th...

Hawks spring sports closure

Rebekah Keaton, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

        Despite much of the season being peppered with rain, NH spring athletes came away far more than just soggy socks.     JV baseball, coached by science teacher, Mr. Douglas Heeter, had a team a...

The continued battle for net neutrality

June 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

Grant Scarboro On May 16, 2018, the United States Senate voted 52-47 to reverse the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” via the Congressional Review Act. The “Restoring Internet Freedom Order”, if it goes into...

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