Tide Lines

60 Seconds With Jake Wartella

Tanya Johnson , Tidelines EIC September 16, 2021

Jake Wartella has 60 seconds to answer as many questions as possible.

Tide coaches talk to players on the sideline during a game in September of 2020.

The history of the Crimson Tide football team

Jacob & Jonathan Barket, Staffers May 12, 2021

How did Pottsville become the Crimson Tide? “So the story goes that Mr. Lloyd Martz wasn’t happy with the nicknames of the bulldogs and Crimson Tide being switched so often so he said from now on,...

Junior Emilee Rose and senior Greta Snukis take a winter weather photo. On December 16, 2020, students had a day to spend outside enjoying the snow. Junior Emilee Rose said, “I enjoy snow days because watching the snow fall is very pretty.”

Snowstorms and winter weather

Genesis Harrison, Staffer February 22, 2021

You look ahead while shielding your eyes from the icy snowflakes. The wind picks up speed sending hosannas of whirling snowflakes swirling faster and faster in the air. Then, suddenly more snow begins...

Senior athletes discuss the Tide experience

December 23, 2020

Senior athletes from Pottsville talk about their sports experiences over the past four years.

Creativity through clothing

Creativity through clothing

Emma Troutman, Staffer December 7, 2020

     Everyone has their own way of expressing themselves. Whether it be through hair, personality, or a hobby, the art of expressing oneself is something that every teenager is accustomed to. One...

The Importance of Change

The Importance of Change

Emma Troutman, Staffer November 13, 2020

 It’s no surprise that students may often get frustrated with school. For some it’s the waking up early, for some it’s the homework, and for some it’s just having the responsibility on their shoulders...

2020 National Honor Society induction ceremony

November 4, 2020

Join us for the Pottsville Area High School National Honor Society induction for the 2020-2021 school year.

2020 Homecoming candidates

October 23, 2020

Learn more about the 2020 PAHS Homecoming candidates. Be sure to vote for your choice for King and Queen.

PAHS band practices their pregame show while socially distancing. Junior Crystal Mease says, “ The safety procedures may be weird and it’s a very big change but it’s what we have to do to keep us safe.”

Music’s Impact

Emma Troutman, Staffer October 2, 2020

Music has always had its own way of touching the heart. Whether it be through making it or just listening to it. Most have found themselves turning to music to find light in a tough time. The thing is,...

Sophomore Trinity Reedy shows off her coloring skills accompanied by her stuffed sloth, Barbecue Sauce. Trinity said,

Boredom Busters

Emma Troutman, Staffer September 22, 2020

When you're cooped up in your house without a single thing to do, you can really grow bored with staring at the walls around you. Even when you have the hobbies you like at your disposal, they can often...

After getting news the Little League World Series was cancelled, many students were sad. Students understood what a dream it is to play in Williamsport.

Little League World Series cancelled for 2020

Alison McCord, Staffer May 22, 2020

On April 20 2020, Stephen Keener, Little League President, announced this year's World Series would be cancelled. Due to the quarantine caused by COVID-19, the Little League World Series and many other...

Head Custodian, Mr. Brad Ross is wearing his C-Tide mask, while at work. Masks are mandatory because of the Coronavirus. “My goal is to complete much needed repairs since we have extra time,” said Ross.

Custodial and cafeteria staff busy during COVID-19 quarantine

Madison Wright , Staffer May 5, 2020

COVID-19 left students, teachers, parents, and many others sitting in their houses racking their brains for something to do. However, while students are at home, who is taking care of our school? The custodians...

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