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  • The H.O.P.E. Club has started their annual shoe-drive. The drive lasts all year long and supports agroforestry, the cultivation and conservation of trees, in developing nations. They ask any student with used […]

  • NEHS members are helping and revising seniors’ essays. Find either Mrs. Stachura or Mrs. Vance for more information!

  • Please join NEHS at the Community Café for a discussion of the Purple Hibiscus. Date is TBD, but will be sometime in October.

  • Homeroom: 7:3-7:40

    Period 1: 7:40-8:40

    Period 2: 8:45-9:45

    Period 5: 9:50-10:45

    Period 3: 10:50-11:20

    Period 4: 11:20-11:50

    Period 6: 11:55-12:55

    Dismissal to the gymnasium 12:55-1:00 […]

  • Class Picture Days for this week have been postponed so as not to coincide with spirit week. The new dates are October 23rd and October 24th. Schedules will be posted in classrooms, so students know their […]

  • Megan Loomis (’18) is a member of the school’s company dance.  Not only can you find her on the dance floor in school but also in spirit club and FEA. She plays women’s doubles badminton and enjoys campin […]

  • adviser wrote a new post, Will Amos 1 week ago

    Will Amos (’19) has been on the staff for three years as the online editor.  In addition to writing in the Harbinger Amos takes AP computer science principles and plans to major in it. Amos played on the jv Ba […]

  • The following events are eligible for spirit points. When you arrive during the first segment of the game or event (first 30 minutes) find your team’s color captain or teacher and scan in. Points will be totaled […]

  • Second year staff member, Lindsay Clarke (’20), is an online editor this year for the Harbinger. Journalism is her favorite class after taking the intro last year, and when she isn’t at school, she likes to han […]

  • Jen Barranco (’19) has been a part of the Harbinger staff for two years and plans on reporting for the community page. Barranco enjoys hanging out with her friends, and watching two of her favorite television s […]

  • Mark Suchy (’19) is the sports editor in his second year on the staff. He was a captain on the varsity basketball team and enjoys reporting sports. His favorite snack is Mini Wheats and when he is not on the b […]

  • Grace Clarke (’18) has taken journalism for three years. She is a managing editor on the staff. Clarke is an active member in Team One Love and FCA. She plays field hockey and is pursuing her lacrosse career at M […]

  • When Libby May (’19) isn’t at school, she spends her evenings at varsity practices, whether it be cross country in the fall, basketball in the winter, or lacrosse in the spring. She loves to craft in her free tim […]

  • This is Spencer Stout’s (’18) first year on the newspaper staff.  During the year Stout hopes to inform the community about current events and share his opinion about politics.  Stout is a member of the varsi […]

  • Nicole Burkoski (’18) has been a reporter on the staff for three years. Burkoski is a captain of varsity cross country and also participates in track and field during the winter. If she could eat one thing for t […]

  • Paul Rapuzzi (’19) has been on the Harbinger staff for three years. Rapuzzi was the online editor last year and plans to continue that. In addition he plans on writing opinion and communtiy related articles. […]

  • Sarah Borton (’20), a second year staff member fror the Harbinger, looks to continue her position as a writer as well as photographer for sports events. She is on the cheer squad, and enjoys rock climbing and […]

  • Emily McNicholas (’19), third year veteran of the HArbinger staff, returns for her past role as videographer to become and opinion and sports journalist. Although her primary academic talents reside in the […]

  • Bess Tiller (‘18) runs both indoor and outdoor track for the high school. She enjoys hanging out with friends and eating Chipotle. Tiller (‘18) looks forward to going to college down South after she graduates. Thi […]

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