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Big Machines and Loads of Science

Big Machines and Loads of Science

Greta Snukis, Staffer

March 20, 2019


Filed under Features

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...

Foreign Language Week

Foreign Language Week

Michael Johnson-Ponce, Editor

March 11, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

   “Languages are the key to the world.” That was the slogan for the 2019 Foreign Language Week. During the week of March 4 to 8, every language, German, French, and Spanish, this week had a day dedicated to it. A student taking that language spoke before the regular announcements that morning. Fir...

Just Keep Swimming

Just Keep Swimming

Greta Snukis, Staffer

March 8, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Showcase, Sports

Three talented senior athletes achieved greatness at the 2019 District XI Swimming Championships. Kylie Tohill, Zachary Turnitza, and Jordan Young scored 1,000 points throughout their high school sports career. Countless relays, swimming events, and hard work were needed to make this possible. Most...

Bureaucracy? What’s that?

Bureaucracy? What’s that?

Greta Snukis, Staffer

February 27, 2019


Filed under Features

Mrs. Kayla Watt, the AP Government teacher, decided to make an activity that focuses on the difficulties of a bureaucracy. They learned about the struggles of government and got to experience what it is really like. Mrs. Watt said, “It allows the students to have a hands on learning experience...

Different ways you can use your Crimson Cash

Different ways you can use your Crimson Cash

Braylin Kemfort, Staffer

February 22, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

Teachers at PAHS have been distributing crimson cash throughout the school year, but there are now a few new ways for students to use their cash. The purpose of crimson cash is to reward students for doing things well and also for helping around the school. Teachers on the PBIS Committee came up with...

Bands!

Bands!

Michael Johnson-Ponce, Editor

February 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

   The Pottsville Area High School provides many opportunities for musically gifted students to develop their talents with other students. There are even some groups run by outside organizations that students can participate in. Whether they’re a brass, wind, string or percussion player, every stu...

AID Makes a Difference

AID Makes a Difference

Alexis Yoder, Editor-In-Chief

February 11, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

Have you ever been asked to buy a balloon in October or a flower in February? These are just a few parts of the many fundraisers Alpha Iota Delta, better known as AID, carries out during each school year. The club is made up of female students from each grade and is advised by English teacher Miss Meredit...

What’s Aletheia Club?

What’s Aletheia Club?

Justin Lescavage, Staffer

February 8, 2019


Filed under Features

Aletheia Club’s mission is to help students learn more about God and help each other with their relationships with Him. The club gives students the opportunity to share their Christian faith with each other in the school setting. You may be thinking “I thought schools aren’t allowed to promote rel...

Keep Calm and Derby On

Keep Calm and Derby On

Alexis Yoder, Editor-In-Chief

January 23, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

A demolition derby is defined as a contest in which skilled drivers ram old cars into one another until only one car remains running. It becomes very destructive, which is senior Noah Brittenburg’s favorite part about demolition derby racing. “You basically try and kill the other team’s engine. It’s ...

A Pretty Icy Topic

A Pretty Icy Topic

Greta Snukis, Staffer

January 11, 2019


Filed under Features

  Ever since I was young, I’ve always had a love for figure skating. The thought of flying on the ice after landing an amazing jump or doing a very difficult spin intrigued me. I admired the competitive aspect of skating and how the competitors put up a fight until the end of their program. It ...

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