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Senior Nathan Colna restocks drinks at Weiss in Pottsville during his shift. Colna has been working at Weiss since December 28 of last year.

Students Balance Work and School

Alex Blum, Staffer January 27, 2023

Some students at Pottsville Area High school have to manage all of their time with school, sports, work, and other responsibilities. There is a big range of students working across the community...

(Left to Right) Jade Heberling, Charley Brode, Lillian Harris and Kaitlyn Paschal-Greene pose with their books of choice as they use their PBIS for independent reading and meditation with Mrs. Maria Malek. PBIS sponsored activities for students in which they are rewarded for good behavior and attendance through various activities. Junior Jade Herbling said, “ I chose the reading room for PBIS because I find reading comforting and relaxing. My friend and I thought relaxation is definitely what we needed for the end of the day.”

PBIS activities relieved end of semester anxiety

Genesis Harrison, Staffer January 24, 2023

The end of the semester is a stressful and exhausting time for students every year. In addition to that, teachers face the pressure from students to submit test scores and class work into Skyward. This...

Cooking with Bricker Episode 2

January 13, 2023

Chemistry teacher Mr. Bricker cooks quesadillas to demonstrate physical and chemical change.

60 Seconds With Jacob Filiac

Korben Powanda January 3, 2023

Jacob Filiac has to answer as many questions as he can within 60 seconds.

Pottsville’s choir members, in front of their audience of nurses and doctors.

Singing brings holiday cheer to Hospital workers

Maya Johnson, Staffer December 14, 2022

This holiday season Pottsville Area High School’s choir is going around hospitals to spread holiday cheer with their voices.They sang at South Jackson Lehigh Valley Hospital and Norwegian Lehigh...

Giant red ornaments are decorated across from Radio City on 6th Avenue. Nick Sukenna spends his Christmas Day exploring the Big Apple.

Students Celebrate Christmas Traditions

Alex Blum, Staffer December 9, 2022

Christmas is the time to spend with family and friends in which you celebrate the holiday. Every year, families have traditions that separate them from other families. Family traditions can be...

What is Aevidum?

Aubrey Snyder and Meadow Eckert December 8, 2022

Aevidum members explain what the club does and who they are.

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade celebrated 96 years this past Thanksgiving. The annual event included 12 marching bands, 28 floats, and 16 giant character balloons.

PASD looks back at Thanksgiving Break

Faith Younker, Staffer December 5, 2022

The time of year where you gather with family and friends to have a feast and be thankful for the life we have has come to an end. Students and staff at PASD were looking forward to the break, which started...

As students deal with the stress of school, many occupy their downtime with Netflix. Netflix has been one of the popular platforms in which people paid subscriptions and streamed all varieties of movies and shows.

Students pass time with Netflix

Genesis Harrison, Staffer November 30, 2022

With students getting back in the swing of things from Thanksgiving break, what would be a better way to get accustomed to school than watching your favorite movies and shows while you have some downtime?...

The juniors and seniors celebrated their hard work with the N.H.S ceremony. The National Honors Society inductees and this years speaker Mr. Smink stand on the courtyard steps for a group photo.

National Honors Society Ceremony held at PAHS

Faith Younker, Staffer November 14, 2022

The National Honors Society ceremony was held in the wachter auditorium on November 2, 2022. Parents of the National Society inductees and the junior and senior classes joined the ceremony. The top 5%...

Students gather in the little theater to attend a Sketch Club morning meeting. Sketch Club is known by many for afterschool activities hosted by Mrs. Sara Arnold and President Robbie OmahaBoy. Sketch Nights are where students create drawings, participate in contests and other art related activities. Lillian Nelson, senior, said, “I love sketch nights because it allows students to unlock their inner creativity and collaborate with other artists with the same interests. It also provides opportunities to work on any art projects they have in their school schedules.”

Sketch Club hosts Sketch Night

Genesis Harrison, Staffer November 8, 2022

Picture this, the minute the clock strikes 2:30pm sketch club members and students bolt out of their classe, jostle down the staircase and pour into the vacant art room where an abundance of art materials...

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