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Turning a Dream into a Reality

Samantha Mihoda stands infront of a crowd talking about her business. She worked very hard on her products.

Greta Snukis, Staffer

March 29, 2019

The Young Entrepreneurs Academy is run through the Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce. Students learn how to run businesses and become owners of their own companies. Students can learn about manufacturing businesses, retail, and so much more through the YEA program. Junior Samantha Mihoda, a participant in the...

Lengel K’nex the pieces

Fifth graders Emmett Kraft, Caroline Hobbs, Maggie Brennan pose for a picture before the start of the competition.

Alexis Yoder, Editor-in-Chief

March 29, 2019

Fifth grade students in Mrs. Amy Digris's class competed in the 2019 STEM Design Challenge featuring K'nex Regional Competition, which held at the Schuylkill Intermediate Unit. Teams across Pennsylvania who competed were tasked with creating a machine that can move three objects at least six inches acr...

The Success of Mini-THON

The Success of Mini-THON

Justin Lescavage, Staffer

March 28, 2019

On Friday March 22, the fifth annual Mini-THON was held at the high school. Mini-THONs are held statewide, encouraging individuals to donate funds to cover the costs childhood cancer presents. Mini-THONs often include activities such as basketball, dodgeball, bean bag tosses, and a glow dance party....

Students Participate in PBIS Event on March 15

The dodgeball tournament was the biggest event, because even the students who hadn't signed up for a specific event could come and spectate. “I liked how it wasn’t a one game elimination, which gave some teams more time to have fun instead of just losing right away. I liked the team ideas for what they were going to wear, like the jerseys and the pink out. It very competitive, but everyone had fun in the end,” said freshman Grant Lapachinsky.

Michael Johnson-Ponce and Justin Lescavage, Editor and Staffer

March 21, 2019

On Friday March 15, students at the high school who displayed good behavior participated in a school-wide event. The last PBIS event was  a basketball game that teachers could participate in, with added entertainment from the pep band. Students had much more choice this time around, with about twenty ...

Students Learn About Diversity, Stigma, and Acceptance

Students Learn About Diversity, Stigma, and Acceptance

Justin Lescavage, Staffer

March 12, 2019

On Friday March 8, every student from the high school was given a presentation called ‘Diversity, Stigma, and Acceptance.’ The presentation was given by Mrs. Jess Nestor, the Accounting and Human Resource Manager of Concept Pharmacy Services and Vice President of Schuylkill Autism Society, and ...

Foreign Language Week

Students who excel in their foreign language classes enjoy a special breakfast. Later that day, they were inducted into their respective Foreign Language National Honors Societies. Sophomore Emma Smith said,

Michael Johnson-Ponce, Editor

March 11, 2019

   “Languages are the key to the world.” That was the slogan for the 2019 Foreign Language Week. During the week of March 4 to 8, every language, German, French, and Spanish, this week had a day dedicated to it. A student taking that language spoke before the regular announcements that morning. Fir...

Just Keep Swimming

Zachary Turnitza, Kylie Tohill, and Jordan Young all stand together holding their banners. They just finished competing in the 2019 District XI Swimming Championships. Senior Zach Turnitza said, “You need to have a strong team to achieve 1,000 points.”

Greta Snukis, Staffer

March 8, 2019

Three talented senior athletes achieved greatness at the 2019 District XI Swimming Championships. Kylie Tohill, Zachary Turnitza, and Jordan Young scored 1,000 points throughout their high school sports career. Countless relays, swimming events, and hard work were needed to make this possible. Most...

Students Learn About Beneficial Summer Camp

Students Learn About Beneficial Summer Camp

Justin Lescavage, Staffer

March 7, 2019

On Wednesday March 6, the sophomore and junior classes were presented with an opportunity to expand on their experiences with college. The students learned about a program called ‘PA Free Enterprise.’ The camp takes place at the Lycoming College campus and, for one week, the Pennsylvania College ...

Students Learn About Safety App

Courtesy of: https://www.eastpennsd.org/article/pennsylvania-launches-safe2say-something-reporting-system/

Justin Lescavage, Staffer

March 1, 2019

On Monday February 26, 2019, a presentation about the new Safe 2 Say Something app was held in the high school auditorium. The Safe 2 Say Something app allows students to report an incident while keeping their identities a secret.   “Even though I would never bully anyone, I still believe th...

Brennan Takes New York

PAHS graduate Colleen Brennan poses with Ed Sheeran.

Alexis Yoder, Editor-in-Chief

February 26, 2019

On Tuesday February 26, Colleen Brennan, a 2013 graduate of PAHS, came to visit and give a presentation to Publications students about her career path. She presented information about her high school and college involvement as well as her internships. After college, she had multiple jobs leading to he...

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