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  • Photo created by Samantha Robbins.

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    Delaying school start times improves students’ well-being

  • Club members gather together to design their own clothes. Photo provided by Emmy Walton.

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    New fashion club helps the environment

  • The class of 2024 has been promoting senior day on their Instagram page.

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    Senior day boosts class spirit

  • Opinion

    Johnny Dingus Band covers and creates

  • Junior class wins Spirit Week

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    Junior class wins Spirit Week

  • Juniors Morgan Izzo, Marlene Schoof and Ryan Fowler study in AP Spanish. New friends like these have helped Schoof’s transition tremendously.

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    Learning from new perspectives opens opportunities

  • Jadon Gaines (‘24)(far left), Hereford alumni Sherise Atkins (center left), Mrs. Blama (middle), Rachel Holbrook (center right), and Grace Berquist (far right) show their Hereford pride at the AVID Summer Institute.

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    AVID Summer Institute bolsters teachers

  • Mrs. Vance (Left) and Mr. Foster (Right) celebrating their retirement.

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    Hereford bids farewell to parting faculty

  • Literary classics appear in classrooms across the school. Students criticized these books for their dated language and complex themes.

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    ‘I don’t think anyone really reads anymore’: Reading continually decreases for teens

  • Recycling can still be a viable option, but it needs to work alongside reducing and reusing. Waste Management Hierarchy taken from EPA.

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    It’s time to trash recycling

  • Part of Hereford’s agricultural program includes caring for animals, which ensures that future farmers and wildlife caretakers will treat them in a humane and ethical way.

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    Students are the future of wildlife advocacy

  • Along with exterior injuries, instant noodles are a high sodium food. An excess of sodium can lead to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.

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    Unsupervised children suffer burns from instant noodles

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    Andrew Tate arrested for sexual assault allegations

  • Without women and girls in schools, the Taliban will not be recognized as the formal government of Afghanistan by Western countries.

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    Taliban deny Afghan women right to education

  • Nick Geppi (23), Jake Gillispie (24) and Giselle Barke (24) help fix the new pasture to prevent one of the goats from jumping the fence.

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    New pasture grows Ag department

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Hereford Harbinger

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Hereford Harbinger

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Seven Chinese exchange students pose with their hosts. The students will be visiting for five weeks, touring sites such as Washington D.C. and New York City. They will pursue courses related to their interests in mathematics, music and literature. The Chinese students have choosen American names: Shirley, Aimee, Max, Jarvis, Cosmo, Alves and Shawn.

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