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Greta Snukis

Greta Snukis, Editor in Chief

Hi! I am a competitive figure skater, diver, and track athlete. I am involved in Sketch Club and Flags as well. Being on the publications staff sounded interesting because editing videos and writing are activities I enjoy.  When I’m older, I want to have a career in meteorology. I also want to model for GK.

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Fourth grader, Hadley Hermany, holds a photo that her great-grandfather took during World War II. He was stationed in Germany during World War II. Hermany said, I hope to be like my great-grandfather when I am older and make the world a better place.

Honoring Our Heroes

November 11, 2019
Sophomore Victoria Lutz moves mulch to a planter bed at John S. Clarke elementary center on September 16, 2019. Lutz, a student in the PAHS Life Skills class, had the opportunity to learn landscaping skills with her peers while helping beautify the school grounds. “I loved learning how to landscape because it’s different from everyday school activities.”

Lending a Helping Hand

October 21, 2019
Flyers like this adorned the halls of PAHS for the last few years. AIDs balloon release has been a popular event with the students. The tradition had to be cancelled because of the lack of helium.

Up, Up, and No Helium

October 4, 2019
John Matulevich is riding his bicycle from San Francisco to the Nevada/Utah border. He  started his ride at the Golden Gate Bridge. “I decided to do this challenge based on my job as a performance coach combined with my own athletic background,” said Matulevich.

Life’s a Ride for John

September 19, 2019
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.”

Just Keep Swimming

March 8, 2019
Junior Kalie Conrad shoots a free throw while other Tide players surround her. The Eagles waited anxiously as she shot the ball. “Our last game went very well because Pottsville was able to walk off the court with a win,” said Senior Alexa Cesari.

The Rivalry Continues

February 5, 2019
Figure Skating has always been something I enjoyed, but I wouldn’t be as successful without the help of my mom. Her motto is “Surround yourself with those who lift you higher.”

A Pretty Icy Topic

January 11, 2019
Sophomore Christina Huff is sweating in Mr. Shott’s classroom. The heating system has not been properly functioning the past couple weeks. “I like classrooms when they are cooler.”

Hot or Cold?

November 30, 2018
The Walmart sign shines bright in St. Clair, Pennsylvania. There were rumors that the store was closing but they were proven false. “It would greatly affect the economy if the store closed,” said Naomi Brode

Walmart Closing?

October 11, 2018
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