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This or That? (2/26/18)

This or That? (2/26/18)

Sabrina Brown, Staffer

February 26, 2018


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Be 10 minutes late or 20 minutes early? Have an iPhone X or win $1,000,000? Be rich or famous? Live in a mansion or a shack? Go swimming or eat ice cream? Have homework or a test? Go camping or go shopping? Wear black or pink? Be a unicorn or a horse? Go shopping or play spor...

Teacher Tales: Mr. Johnson

Teacher Tales: Mr. Johnson

Kyra Sophy and Alexa Zukosky

February 22, 2018


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If you're walking down the second floor towards the office, you'll probably see Mr. Johnson. Mr. Johnson is a new 7th and 8th grade social studies teacher here at DHHL, and he teaches in room 207. He taught first grade at St. Nicholas School in Minersville before coming to Pottsville Area. He graduated...

Aubrey Snyder – Art

Aubrey Snyder – Art

Aubrey Snyder, Staffer

February 22, 2018


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This or That? (2/20/18)

This or That? (2/20/18)

Alexa Zukosky, Staffer

February 20, 2018


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Ice cream or cake? Apple juice or orange juice? Fall or spring? Coloring or painting? Horse or koala? Orange Fanta or Grape Fanta? Sitting or standing? Hair up or down? Water or soda? Collars or no collars? ...

Winter Olympics 2018

Winter Olympics 2018

Aubrey Snyder, Staffer

February 16, 2018


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Gavin Woodward – Art

Gavin Woodward – Art

Gavin Woodward, Staffer

February 16, 2018


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GAVIN WOODWARD

Student Spotlight: Hadley Snyder

Student Spotlight: Hadley Snyder

Kailey Olenick, Staffer

February 15, 2018


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Hadley Snyder was born on June 22, 2007. Her favorite colors are purple and teal, and her favorite food is tacos. She also likes the movie "Hocus Pocus." Although she enjoys most holidays, Christmas is her favorite. One fun fact about Hadley is she plays on the soccer team, Inferno. Hadley's favorite...

Teacher Tales: Ms. McGinley

Teacher Tales: Ms. McGinley

Alexis Moore, Staffer

February 15, 2018


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Ms. McGinley was born on the 15th of October. She is a 5th grade teacher, and you can find her in room 202 here at DHHL on the second floor. She has four other siblings - two sisters and two brothers. She also has three sons named Ryan, Shane, and Brent. Here are some of her favorites. Her favorite color...

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day

Hannah Atkinson, Staffer

February 15, 2018


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Happy Valentine's Day! Valentine's Day is celebrated throughout the world, schools, and restaurants. Today is Cupid's day to shoot his arrows! This only happens once per year. Schools have parties, and maybe even watch a movie. Most homes are decorated with candy hearts to lights, wreaths, and window...

Unforgettable Valentine’s Day

Unforgettable Valentine’s Day

Tayla Jones, Staffer

February 14, 2018


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Valentine's Day, filled with love Day filled with flowers and beautiful white doves Kisses and presents given to a loved one Lots of fun and joy for everyone If you don't get one, That's okay... There is always going to be other days Happy Valentine's Day!

This or That? (2/12/18)

This or That? (2/12/18)

Leandra Wright, Staffer

February 12, 2018


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We are back with another week's "This or That!" Comment your answers below! Hang out with boys or girls? Swimming or school? Go to the Super Bowl or a huge party? Early dismissal or no school? Clay or painting? Stop time or fly? Food or drink? Homework or test? Takis or chips? ...

How to make a gecko keychain

How to make a gecko keychain

Madison Eroh, Staffer

February 12, 2018


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If you are bored and looking for something to do, I would suggest trying to make a gecko keychain! It’s super easy and fun! For this project, you will need: A key ring Masking tape Plastic lacing 30 pony beads for the main color of your gecko 20 pony beads in the accent color of y...

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