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The Spartan Games

Nicholas Horvath May 19, 2022

Student athletes in the special education classes compete in various sports at the Spartan Games.

On the day of the carnival students get to go outside and enjoy the 2 ½ hour event known as the Crimson Carnival. Students enjoy hanging out with each other especially with the seniors before they leave. Senior Jason Fermaintt said “It’s pretty fun. All the activities the staff put together are really cool. And I like how it’s something everyone can agree on so nobody is left out.”

Preparations for end of year Carnival

Faith Younker, Staffer May 13, 2022

On Thursday May 12th, PAHS hosts the Crimson Carnival. The carnival is a reward for students demonstrating positive behavior throughout the 4th marking period. The carnival will entail a variety of food,...

The photo above is the paper you will need to fill out if you want to buy a rose. All order forms are due on May 18th. Mrs. Pellish said, “My favorite part of the Roses for Seniors tradition is seeing how excited the seniors are as they leave the Farewell Assembly with their roses in hand.”

Wishing the seniors farewell with roses

Alex Blum, Staffer May 11, 2022

Seniors are currently wrapping up their last month of high school. As a goodbye present, AID will be selling roses for $3.00 to anyone that wants to give one to a senior. Roses for seniors...

A flyer hanging PAHS to inform the gathering of Earth Day. Samantha Woodford held a gathering of Pressed Coffee and Books. The gathering Junior Samantha Woodford said “We painted rocks, drank coffee and mostly talked. So many more people showed than I would have thought. I’m very glad we planned the event.”

Student gathering recognizing Earth Day

Adriana Talamantes, Staffer May 2, 2022

Planting a literal life, a growing plant is advocated on Earth day. When people hold the soil and smell the air they think of the anniversary that celebrates Earth. In honor of Earth day,...

Outside of the art room 12 there is a big board of all different pieces of artwork. These pieces of artwork are done by multiple students that are involved in the art classes. Senior Gwen Hamilton said, “My piece modeled after synesthesia, a brain disorder that allows people to experience several senses at one time like hearing different sounds will result in seeing different colors, will be featured in the art show.”

Students Prepare for 2022 Art Show

Chase Teresavage, Staffer April 26, 2022

The Art Show is an annual event at the Pottsville Area School District. The art show will be held on Friday, May 13 at John S. Clarke Elementary Center from 6 to 9 p.m. Artworks created by students...

Many students still react in awe at the alteration that occurred at the Academy awards on March, 27, 2022. That Sunday night became one of the most famous nights in television history when Chris Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith and was reimbursed with a slap to the face. Junior Livia Hable said, “I don’t think it’s okay to hit others, let alone the people you love. If there is an issue that needs to be resolved”.

Students react to the controversial Oscars slap

Genesis Harrison, Staffer April 25, 2022

SLAP! That’s the sound that would be heard all around the world over national television. Wherever you stand everyone agrees that this was a truly unforgettable night in history leaving controversy...

Jefferson loves spending time with her dog Remi. Jefferson stated some of the things she did over break she said “During spring break I spent time with my family on Easter. We had dinner
at my grandmothers house with the rest of my family. I took some naps here and there, hung out with my friends and my dog.”

Students await Spring Break

Faith Younker, Staffer April 21, 2022

The first day of spring arrived on March 20th, making everyone look forward to spring break. Spring break is a vacation period including Easter in early spring at universities and schools. It...

In the back row, from left to right, Logan Miscannon, Julia Balulis, James Malek, Stephen Comisac, Evan Woodward and Advisor Mr. Rhoads. In the front row, from left to right, Yseult Barbedette, Kaylee Becker, Cade Herndon, Evan Vidal and Katie Comisac. Senior Stephen Comisac said, “I’ve only been on the team for one year. My friends asked me to join and I thought it would be interesting. I always thought we had a pretty good chance of winning but I got pretty nervous in the final rounds. Now I’m just happy we get the day off to go to the capital. My favorite thing is being with my friends and there really isn’t much of a bad part.”

Quiz Team Wins County Championship

Chase Teresavage, Staffer April 5, 2022

The Pottsville Area High School’s Quiz team participated and won in the County Championship. It was held at Penn State Schuylkill. The quiz team is an academic competition where they play...

Came support the Crimson players at the performance of Anastasia! Tickets for students are $10. Friday at 7pm, satura 2pm/7pm and Sunday at 2pm!

Behind the Scenes: Crimson Player’s Anastasia

Samantha Woodford, Staffer April 1, 2022

This weekend only… the Pottsville crimson players present Anastasia! Based on the beloved Disney movie from 20th Century Fox, Anastasia is both a heartwarming and heart-wrenching dive into one of history’s...

Daylight Savings (DST) is defined as the systematic practice of setting your clock turning ahead the clock. With that, comes a huge amount of conflicts that leave many restless with one hour of sleep missing from their circadian rhythm. Mrs. Julie Saunders said, “ I am much older, losing an hour of sleep once a year is quite inconvenient. Now that my clocks and phones change time automatically, I have little worry that I will ever miss a time change due to daylight savings time.”

Daylight Savings inconveniences many

Genesis Harrison, Staffer March 23, 2022

Imagine having to set your clock one hour from standard time or accidentally forgetting to do so. This is what’s known as, Daylight savings, the day you lose an hour of sleep on Sunday. Daylight...

Aevidum selected student leaders to go to Minersville for Aevidum training. Recently, Aevidum Club has been urging students to take a part in aiding the community by mental illnesses through awareness. To join students were required to fill out an application to be selected as a club member.

Aevidum Club announces leaders

Genesis Harrison, Staffer March 1, 2022

Aevidum Club needs students who have strong leadership skills and nurturing, supporting characteristics. Some of the requirements include, respectful, be supportive and caring toward their peers...

Sophomore Sarah Malek performs at County Choir. She was the only student from Pottsville Area High School to be able to participate in this event. Mrs. Katie Reichard(director of bands at PAHS) said, “Having an in person festival after two years was awesome. Having the amount of people on stage was a breath of fresh air. This was my first one since being the conductor here. The director took the music to the next level and made the students better and even myself. They even had the opportunity to play instruments. Overall, they had a fun time and it was a neat experience.”

Malek Sings at County Choir

Chase Teresavage, Staffer February 22, 2022

The host school for this year was Williams Valley. The participating schools were Blue Mountain, Marian Catholic, Nativity BVM, Pine Grove Area, Schuylkill Haven, Shenandoah Valley, Tamaqua...

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