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Honoring Our Heroes

Honoring Our Heroes

Greta Snukis, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2019

John S. Clarke elementary school faculty and students constructed a Hero Wall to recognize those that have served in the U.S. Armed Forces as part of their Veteran’s Day observance. Participating students were given a paper guide and were told to research information about a friend or family member...

Students Support the Ribbon

Students Support the Ribbon

Maura McDonald, Staffer

October 30, 2019

Red Ribbon Week is part of the Red Ribbon Campaign whose mission is to keep people away from drugs and alcohol. At PAHS, students and faculty participate in themed “spirit days” to show their support of those who pledge to be drug-free. Red Ribbon Week runs from October 28th until November 1st. Freshmen...

BUMP, SET, SPIKE! A Glance at PAHS Volleyball

BUMP, SET, SPIKE! A Glance at PAHS Volleyball

Carly Mohl, Staffer

October 25, 2019

Three words: What a season! This year was one for the books. The PAHS Varsity girls volleyball team finished another winning season with a record of 25-5-2. Starting the season off strong, the Tide took home a 3-0 win against Muhlenberg. The girls didn’t stop there. The next game, they took home another 3...

Students Learn the Value of PRIDE

Students Learn the Value of PRIDE

Madison Wright, staffer

October 23, 2019

As students walked into the auditorium on Monday September 23, for the PBIS assembly, excitement was in the air. Freshmen were told to sit near the front of the balcony and the upperclassmen were told to sit in their assigned sections on the ground floor. Before it started, there were conversations about ...

We Put the Pep in Rally

We Put the Pep in Rally

Ava Jefferson, Wyatt Selinko, Maura McDonald, Staffer

October 11, 2019

     We can’t hide our Tide pride! During a PAHS Pep Rally, the band plays, cheerleaders cheer and the students get pumped up for the football game held later in that day. On Friday September 23, 2019 the District held PASD’s first District-Wide Pep Rally of the year!       Many stude...

First Week Feels

First Week Feels

Samantha Woodford, Alex Maley, Madison Wright, And Tanya Johnson, Staffers

September 13, 2019

How do you feel when you hear the words, “first day of high school”? Some feel nervous, yet others are anxious and can’t wait to see their teachers. While freshman are just starting their first year, seniors are ending their four year chapter.  The first day of freshman year is a rough, scary, and intimidati...

Winter Sports Recap

Winter Sports Recap

Alexis Yoder, Editor-in-Chief

March 29, 2019

The weather might have been cold, but the winter sports teams were hot during their seasons. Many teams and individuals qualified for and won playoff games, matches and meets. Records were broken and championships were won. No matter the outcome of each game, the student athletes made memories with the...

Student Council Prepares for Penny-a-Week and Christmas Prom

Student Council Prepares for Penny-a-Week and Christmas Prom

Michael Johnson-Ponce, Editor

November 14, 2018

Student Council is a club involved with major events going on around the school. Senior Gary Chen, President of Student Council, said “Student Council has two main projects: Penny-a-Week and Christmas Prom. For about 10 weeks, members ask their homerooms for donations, and with that money, we b...

Crimson Carnival 2018

Crimson Carnival 2018

Stephen Horvath, Video Production Adviser

May 30, 2018

Check out the sights and sounds of the 2018 Crimson Carnival.

Junior Victoria Oswald chosen to attend PGSS

Junior Victoria Oswald chosen to attend PGSS

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...

Lengel teams succeed in technology contests

Lengel teams succeed in technology contests

Alexis Yoder, Editor

April 26, 2018

When seventh grader Dominic Steidle competed at the Regional Computer Fair March 5, he wasn’t expecting to come out on top. When his team was announced as the winner of the programming category, he was surprised. “It was very joyful,” Steidle said. “We were not expecting to win.” Steidl...

Crimson Academy becomes newest dance studio in town

Crimson Academy becomes newest dance studio in town

Gillian Revenis, Editor-in-Chief

April 3, 2018

The city of Pottsville is slowly rebuilding itself as stores, restaurants and now dance studios open up all over the city. The Crimson Academy is bringing an emphasis on the arts in Schuylkill County. “Our inspiration for creating the Crimson Academy was most definitely our students. We wanted to dev...

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