Hereford Harbinger

It’s Academic

October 11, 2012

     The It’s Academic team has recently competed in matches televised on WJZ Channel 13 TV. On September 29th, the team of Will Cabral (11), Elijah Giuliano (12) and Grace Chandler (12) (pictured below) came in a close second to Pikesville High School. The following Saturday, the Bulls compet...

Political debate

October 11, 2012

     The Hereford Harbinger will be hosting a political debate between the newly formed Conservative Caucus and Democratic clubs on October 16, 2012 during Enrichment in the library. Moderated by Christian Parsons (12), the two clubs will debate current political issues and post their opinions on topics such as the economy, gun control, and...

Envirothon

October 11, 2012

     Over the summer, last year’s Envirothon team scored the highest on the county test, winning the county title. After winning Counties, the team went on to place seventh in the state.      After learning all the material and participating in different activities, teams of six get together...

Class size overwhelms students and teachers

October 11, 2012

Emma Bowen      Returning to school from summer vacation students were excited to start off their year and get back into the swing of things. After the first day of classes many students were left with the question "Why are class sizes so big?"      In February when students request classes, Mr. Jira makes up the number of classes a...

New clubs invite student involvement

October 11, 2012

Hannah Pursley       From politics to different cultural backgrounds, Hereford now has more opportunities for students to voice their opinions through new clubs. One of the most talked about upcoming clubs is Multicultural Club, founded by Justin McCain (12). Multicultural is a club sponsored by Mr. S...

Students say homework sabatoges life

October 11, 2012

By Amanda Battle                    Sports, clubs, work, homework, sleep; which do studnts sacrifice? Hereford students find themselves facing this quandary on a daily basis. One would be able to simply observe the answer by walking around the halls of our school between 7:15 and 7:35 in the morning; almost every Hereford s...

Senior year builds college pressure- AP overload

October 11, 2012

By Devon Constable                               Almost every senior is experiencing it. You’re spending three-and-a-half hours a night on homework for your AP classes and you still have to find time to finish the applications and write the essays for the five colleges...

Spotlight on: Mr. Rose, English teacher

October 10, 2012

 By Carolyn Laporte “I’m not just theater,” Hereford High School teacher Mr. Rose said to the Honors Journalism class, his wide eyes staring at each one of the students to make sure they understood.” I’m an English teacher at heart.” Mr. Rose is by far one of Hereford High’s busiest teachers; he te...

Hereford mourns loss of student Jay Stovall

September 28, 2012

by Haley Gilmore, Claire Hunt, & Genevieve Ott Jonathon Joseph “Tex” Stovall (12), often called “Jay,” an accomplished football player from Hampstead, died suddenly September 26th at age 18. Visitations are arranged for Saturday, September 29th, at Evans Funeral Chapel from 2-4 and 6-8 pm....