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Guess That Teacher!

Guess That Teacher!

Samantha Woodford, Staffer

January 24, 2020

He has a 12 year old son named Emmet. Spends most of his free time in the PAHS Observatory. Sometimes you can even catch him in a shark costume! That’s Pottsville’s beloved astrology teacher...

Mini-THON v.s. Childhood Cancer

Mini-THON v.s. Childhood Cancer

Josh Daubert, Contributor

January 16, 2020

Mini-THON is at it again. Food is being sold throughout the community. Students in the student section are covered in gold during the football games. Dogs are possibly finding new homes. Rival schools are joining together for a cause. And we are only half way through the 2019-2020 school year. Members...

What if the Ghost was Gone?

What if the Ghost was Gone?

Josh Daubert, Contributor

January 10, 2020

New filters, new selfies, new groups, new stories and new streaks all in the same app that continuously keeps getting updates and becomes more popular as time goes on. Snapchat has consumed the attention of the younger generation and has been transformed into a daily activity. Snapchat has provided everyone...

Holiday Cheer at JSC

Holiday Cheer at JSC

Carly Mohl, Staffer

December 13, 2019

Students at JSC are getting into the holiday spirit by participating in the annual PTO sponsored Holiday Gift Shop. Every year, the PTO sponsors a marketplace full of affordable goodies, right in the elementary school cafeteria. The festivities began on December fourth, kicking off on the cafeteria...

Prom Past and Present

Prom Past and Present

Reilly Messaros, Contributor

December 13, 2019

Ah, prom. A formal dance that can be held at any time of the school year where students rush to get their best dresses or tuxes, struggle to find a date and get pictures that they’ll either cherish forever or be one of the sources of their many teenage regrets. Prom’s been a pop culture staple of coming...

Christmas Traditions

Christmas Traditions

Jonathan Barket, Staffer

December 1, 2019

Christmas means a lot of different things to different people. Traditions are ways that people choose celebrate the holiday every year. Sophomore Aidan Moran said that he “always watching Christmas movies.” Many students receive presents under the Christmas tree. Sophomore Raeff Dicello said...

Kutztown Meets Pottsville’s Woodwind and Brass Family

Kutztown Meets Pottsville’s Woodwind and Brass Family

Tayla Jones, Contributor

November 25, 2019

This past Monday, November 18th, 2019, some of Pottsville’s band students traveled to Kutztown University for a Woodwind and Brass Day. A majority of schools from all over the state attended this event. The students were accompanied by college professors and musicians from KU. Dr. Razey, a professor...

Who is Tayla Jones?

Who is Tayla Jones?

Josh Daubert, Contributor

November 22, 2019

It’s the end of the game and one more run wins it. The outfielders are on their heels against the fence. The last person they want to see up to bat is freshman Tayla Jones. Wait, it’s a basketball game. The score is tied. The time is running down on the clock. There are only seconds left. The...

Honoring Our Heroes Photo Gallery

Greta Snukis, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2019

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Honoring Our Heroes

Honoring Our Heroes

Greta Snukis, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2019

John S. Clarke elementary school faculty and students constructed a Hero Wall to recognize those that have served in the U.S. Armed Forces as part of their Veteran’s Day observance. Participating students were given a paper guide and were told to research information about a friend or family member...

Give It a Twirl

Give It a Twirl

Ava Jefferson, Staffer

October 25, 2019

Throw, Twirl, Catch - PAHS Majorettes! Fans who attend the PAHS Football games on a Friday night see these girls performing with the band in their “peppermint” uniforms. Majorettes have been performing in Pottsville since the 1950’s and the swirl has been a tradition since that time.      ...

PAHS Royalty

PAHS Royalty

Alex Maley, Staffer

October 11, 2019

During the football game on October 4, 2019, Mr. Michael Keiner said, “This year the 2019 Homecoming winners are Madison Dalton and Owen Golden”. The stadium exploded in excitement when the winners were announced and many students were very happy to see Dalton and Golden win.  For most stude...

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