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Teacher Tales: Mrs. Yoder

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Yoder

Kaci Joy, Lengel Lingo Staffer

January 24, 2020

Mrs. Yoder is our new school counselor at DHHL. She has been working here for three months so far. She was a school counselor in Reading before coming to Lengel. She went to Indiana University of Pennsylvania and studied psychology, and West Chester University for school counseling. She grew up in Pottsville,...

Student Spotlight: Charlie Hemerly

Student Spotlight: Charlie Hemerly

McKenzie Bowers, Staffer

January 24, 2020

Charlie Hemerly is 11 years old and she is in 5th grade in Mrs. Digris's class. Her dream vacation would be to go to Ireland because it seems fun. Charlie's favorite subject is ELA because she thinks it's easy and interesting. Her favorite sport would be soccer because she has been playing since she...

Teacher Tales (Nurse Notes): Mrs. Sippel

Teacher Tales (Nurse Notes): Mrs. Sippel

McKenzie Bowers, Staffer

January 23, 2020

Mrs. Sippel is the school nurse here at DHH Lengel. She has two daughters and a granddaughter. She also has a cat named Dexter who is seven years old. If she wasn't a school nurse, she would be in forensic investigation. Her favorite animal is an otter because they are always happy and carefree and always...

Student Spotlight: Jayden Schaeffer

Student Spotlight: Jayden Schaeffer

Autumn Cover, Staffer

January 21, 2020

Jayden is 12 years old, and her birthday is December 28th. Her favorite color is periwinkle, and her least favorite color is neon yellow. Jayden has one pet and it is a fish. She has one sister named Brea who is in college at Virginia Tech. Jayden likes to play soccer. Her favorite clothing brand is...

Blank Slate

Blank Slate

Annabella Chaklos, Staffer

January 16, 2020

I am nothing but a blank slate. Nobody around wants to know my state. Deteriorating, draining, at an average pace. The hole belonging to my soul is but an empty space. Am I tired? Am I weak? Am I rejoicing? Am I at my peak? I could be terrified, I could be at peace. Only aware that all senses...

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

Sarah Malek, Lengel Lingo Editor

January 15, 2020

Pottsville Area students are wanting their first snow day! This school year, there has not been one snowy day with enough snow to cancel school or dismiss early. However, we have had a few two-hour delays. Students can’t wait for a big snow storm with enough snow to cancel school and go sledding. ...

Teacher Tales: Mr. Schuettler

Teacher Tales: Mr. Schuettler

Cordelia Tobias and Julianna Rascavage

January 13, 2020

Mr. Schuettler is our school's librarian, who you can obviously find in the library most days! He's also in the cafeteria quite often doing lunch duties and helping out with morning and after-school duties outside. When asked what his favorite part of being a librarian is, he said, "I like that I can...

Veterans’ day to shine

Veterans’ day to shine

Hannah Martician and Allison Harris

January 13, 2020

On November, 12, 2019, 8th grade band members and Tide Tones honored the veterans in Pottsville at a breakfast held in the DHHL cafeteria. Veterans were offered free admission, cookies, coffee, and tea with a performance. The 8th grade band played Freedom Roads and Summon The Heroes. Tid...

Album Review: Taylor Swift’s “Lover”

Album Review: Taylor Swift’s “Lover”

Kali Grochowski, Staffer

January 13, 2020

Taylor Swift came out with her 7th and newest album, ​Lover, on August 23, 2019. In this album she has 18 songs that have mostly the same theme of love and happiness. This is completely different from her ​Reputation​ album. Taylor’s last album was very dark and ​Lover​ is the complete...

Lengel strikes up the bands

Lengel strikes up the bands

Maggie Brennan, Staffer

January 10, 2020

The D.H.H Lengel Middle School is very fortunate to have a Beginner and Symphonic band. The Beginner Band is for students that started playing their instrument in the beginning of the school year. The Symphonic Band is for kids that have been playing their instruments for a year or more in middle school....

Lengel Student Council sweetens students’ days

Lengel Student Council sweetens students’ days

Reese Ketner, Staffer

January 3, 2020

Have you heard of Candy Grams? Candy Grams are a lollipop, candy cane, or some type of candy that you can buy for another person or yourself for the holiday. Here at D.H.H Lengel we sell Candy Grams for a special holiday (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc.) Each holiday, student council gives a...

Lengel Winter A-Z

Lengel Winter A-Z

Ava Orlowsky, Staffer

January 3, 2020

A - Active - Ahna Robertson B - Brilliant - Maggie Brennan C - Creative - Chloe Oberheim D - Dynamic - Dylan Pokrop E - Easygoing - Emmett Kraft F - Feasible - Brenna McGowan G - Grounded - Lauren Goodman H - Hardworking - Cole Hoak I - Ironic - Izabella Reedy J - Just - Justine Siminitus K...

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