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BCPS Superintendent Dallas Dance resigns

BCPS Superintendent Dallas Dance resigns

Wes Porter, Reporter
April 21, 2017
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Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance resigned after five years on Tuesday, April 18. Dance is responsible for the education of nearly 112,000 students, 18,500 employees, and a $1.87 billion budget, and his resignation comes in the first year of a four-year contract paying him $287,000...

Recent graduates provide life updates

Recent graduates provide life updates

Sierra Webb, Reporter
April 21, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

As students come and go and leave high school behind them, they either go to college or choose another career to pursue. Those students have been investing their time traveling Europe, playing a Division 1 sport, or going on missionary trips. Maddison Riley (’14) recently traveled to Switzerland for...

Cabral host new podcast on Bulls TV Facebook page

Cabral host new podcast on Bulls TV Facebook page

Wes Porter, Reporter
April 19, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

A podcast is coming to Hereford from wHHS host Tony Cabral (’17). Podcasts are transforming some forward-thinking schools. They provide an easy and cost-efficient way to communicate. An article in The Guardian states that “every school should be podcasting.” At Oakington Manor foundation...

No longer novel, promposals are the new norm

No longer novel, promposals are the new norm

Caroline Peterson, Reporter
April 19, 2017
Filed under News

A boy walks into a band-room wearing a laurel and toga. With a vase of white flowers and trumpets sounding to announce his arrival, he unravels an elegant scroll and says “I decree, Athena Sackleh I want you Toga to prom with me.” This, my friends, is how you prompose. According to The Was...

NASA’s climate change scientists predict precipitation changes

Shaina Lee, Reporter
April 19, 2017
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When it comes to perceptions about the reality of our planet, science oftentimes takes a backseat to belief. Either we don’t understand the extent we harm our environment, or we do, but choose to think otherwise. This Earth Day, it is especially imperative that we analyze a critical phenomenon that...

Tans Turn Towards Terminating

Tans Turn Towards Terminating

Megan Loomis
April 18, 2017
Filed under News

Prom is coming and most like to have a perfect tan that makes them look great. But is the perfect tan worth it? Some could end up with cancer or no issues at all. Students are taught about the harms of tanning in middle school, but are the dangers all true? Do people persuade you to use their product...

Hooking up in hallways causes controversy

Hooking up in hallways causes controversy

Emma Charles, Reporter
April 6, 2017
Filed under News

It’s common to see a couple share a quick kiss before class or while saying goodbye after school, but the newly rising trend of meeting up during class to hook up is raising questions. When does PDA cross the line of being sweet and romantic to just plain wrong? The BPCS handbook policy 5550 prohibits...

Students discuss the upcoming spring break changes

Students discuss the upcoming spring break changes

Sydney Watts, Reporter
April 6, 2017
Filed under News

Back in November, Governor Larry Hogan mandated that the 2017-2018 school year must start after Labor Day and end before June 16. While the Baltimore County Public Schools Board of Education approved the new start and end dates, they also made adjustments to the inclement weather days and spring break....

Rotary Club County Championships

Alex Trikeriotis, Online Editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under News

On Wednesday, March 29, it was the Rotary Club County Championships. The winnder was Ryan Pindale('16), he beat out the winners from Dulaney, Loch Raven, and Franklin. Semifinals will take place on Saturday, April 22.

School wide Four-Way Test Competition

School wide Four-Way Test Competition

Lily Cavallaro
March 16, 2017
Filed under News

In the Hereford High School auditorium, 12 of our own Hereford students competed in the Rotary Club contest on March 13, during periods five and six. Leland Armiger (’19), Matt Duquette (’18), Cecily Feliz (’19), Marcy Ledvinka (’17), Mahima Pande (’19), Ryan Pindale (’17), Michael Purdie...

Model U.N. conference yields winners

Model U.N. conference yields winners

Caitlynn Hickey, Reporter
March 10, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

On Friday, March 3, Social Studies teachers Sarah Crue and Randi Jones and students in model U.N. attended a conference with representatives from other schools. Jake Turner and Victoria Tsygan came in second for best delegation and first for best negotiating team. Victoria was the only student...

AVID to visit UMD on field trip

Alex Trikeriotis, Online Editor
March 10, 2017
Filed under News

On Thursday, March 9, AVID students will be going to University of Maryland for a field trip. They will be leaving at 8:30 and returning at 1:45.

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