Tide Lines

Where Is This?

Where Is This?

Madison Wright, Staffer

January 28, 2020

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Guess That Teacher!

Can you guess this teacher before his/her identity is revealed? Read to find out!

Samantha Woodford, Staffer

January 24, 2020

He has a 12 year old son named Emmet. Spends most of his free time in the PAHS Observatory. Sometimes you can even catch him in a shark costume! That’s Pottsville’s beloved astrology teacher...

Chicks are chirping at Lengel

Chicks are chirping at Lengel

Maggie Brennan, Staffer

March 25, 2019

If you hear a little chirping as you walk down the third floor hallway, it is the chicks in Mrs. Zimmerman's science classroom. The chick project is held at the end of a biology unit for 8th graders. Although it was mainly for 8th grade, the 7th graders have the opportunity to learn and participate in...

Big Machines and Loads of Science

Thrilled Eighth graders stand with their certificates. After the STEM competition, the awards ceremony took place afterwards. “It is amazing to see the final project and what goes into manufacturing,” Dominic Stelie said.

Greta Snukis, Staffer

March 20, 2019

Do you have a love for science and learning? Fascinated D.H.H. Lengel eighth graders do and later participated in the 2019 STEM competition. The students put lots of time and effort into making videos for the event. According to Mr. Jonathan Hughes, STEM Club Advisor, the awards ceremony was defini...

Junior Victoria Oswald chosen to attend PGSS

During a lab activity where students researched different bacteria shapes, junior Victoria Oswald peers into a microscope to observe bacteria examples. Oswald was one of 56 students who were accepted to the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences out of 302 applicants. “I wanted to do something over the summer to show colleges that I love science, and I want to expand my horizons,” Oswald said.

Gillian Revenis, Editor-in-Chief

May 3, 2018

Junior Victoria Oswald was told many times not to take four AP classes because it would be too difficult. However, she wanted to learn what she was passionate about and be prepared for college, so she took them. “I ignored everyone’s opinions because I saw the competition from other students at Pennsylv...

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