Hereford Harbinger

Chinese students and teachers visit classrooms

Bryan Roeper ('19) and Matt Simmons ('19) help their foreign exchange students in AP physics.

Jen Barranco, Reporter

January 26, 2018

On Monday the 29 of Jan. two Chinese teachers will be visiting Hereford. They will be sitting in on classrooms to observe. There are also two Chinese exchange students who are staying with Bryan Roeper (’19) and Matthew Simmons (’19). They arrived on Thursday the 25 and will be shadowing in classes.

Girls indoor track team shoots for third state championship

Girls track team warms up before practice. The team recently won the Warrior Invitational, as well as other meets.

Keegan Whittle, Conor McCue, Rebecca Meldron, and Rohit Mishra

January 25, 2018

This year the girls indoor track team is back and going after a third state championship. "Our goal is the same as always," Coach Bradley Duvall says, "[to] win the county meet, regional meet, and state meet."  Having won the state championship the past 2 years and the county championship the past 11, the team and coaches are confident they can...

Former Superintendent is indicted

Jen Barranco and Chloe Parker, Reporter

January 24, 2018

On Tuesday Jan. 23 former Superintendent, Dr. Shaun Dallas Dance was charged with four counts of perjury.  With a maximum of 10 years for each account of perjury, amounting to 40 years of jail time. “Based on previous information we were given I knew this was coming,” math teacher, Colette Moran...

For Our Troops reads names at Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Michael Purdie, Editor-in-chief

January 24, 2018

Members of the For Our Troops club traveled to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. on Nov. 10 to read the names of the fallen soldiers in the Vietnam War, honoring those who dedicated their lives to our country. Names of the deceased have been read every five years since the Memorial...

Poetry out loud competition teaches recitation

Sam Furman ('19) returns to his seat after reciting

Paul Rapuzzi, Community Editor

January 16, 2018

In the classroom this month, students participated in activities designed to facilitate and enrich their classroom experience. Students in English classes participated in the Poetry Out Loud competition to encourage learning about poetry through memory and recitation. According to the competition’s...

It’s Academic beats out the competition

It's Academic continues to practice for their next competitions. The playoff match will be held on Feb, 24 at 1 pm and will be aired shortly after.

Jen Barranco, Reporter

January 16, 2018

On Jan. 6, It’s Academic dominated over Milford Mill and the Institute of Notre Dame. Captain Tim Mahoney ('19), Nathan Hamidi ('19), and Bryan Roeper ('19) represented It’s Academic at the recent competition against Milford Mill and Notre Dame. The match will air on March 3 at 10 am on WJZ.  

Friday, 1/19- “B” day schedule

Rebecca Meldron, Reporter

January 12, 2018

7:40-7:45 HR 7:50-8:40 per 1 8:45-9:35 per 2 9:40-10:30 per 5 10:35-11:20 per 6

Mu Alpha Theta improves students math abilities 

Rohit Mishra, Reporter

January 10, 2018

Once a month, many young mathematicians meet in order to solve hard math problems normal students wouldn't be able to solve. Mu Alpha Theta is the math honor society in Hereford High School.   Joe Arigbamu ('19), a member of Mu Alpha Theta says "Doing any Honor Societies helps boost your college resume." Josh Arigbamu ('19), another member said "It's fun, because of its challenging math...

Best Buddies preps for March talent show

Best Buddies members Luke Caplan ('19), Zach McKennedy ('19) and Tim Soots ('18) learn  choreography from Vice President Hailey Clark ('19). The club has prepared multiple different acts for their upcoming talent show in March.

Molly Szymanski, Reporter

January 2, 2018

The Best Buddies club has announced plans to host a talent show with other Best Buddies organizations from all over Baltimore and Harford counties. On March 9, the buddies will perform talent acts in the form of singing, dancing, comedy, and more. “[It’ll] be a great night of entertainment...

Acts of Kindness

Decorating cards for their stockings, members of the Acts of Kindness Club held up the collected items for House of Ruth.

Claire Sperber, Reporter

January 2, 2018

The Acts of Kindness Club, ran by English teacher, Mrs. Stachura, along with math and computer science teacher, Mrs. Middleton, recently collected multiple items to be placed in stockings that will be sent to House of Ruth over the holidays. House of Ruth is a safe shelter for women and children to...

SADD club hosts food drive

Lila Carroll (’18) and fellow members of SADD club discuss upcoming January topic of eating disorders and record ideas of how to spread awareness about the issue during their weekly meeting on Dec. 20.

Maggy McGuigan, Reporter

December 21, 2017

Members of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club discuss the importance of making thoughtful and healthy choices during high school. Recently, members have put together a food drive and collected goods like canned/boxed food, hygiene products, and other items to donate to people in need. In...

Kids Helping Hopkins collect gifts for hospital

The collection box  is filled with toys and clothes . Kids Helping Hopkins held a drive to collect items to donate to patients at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

Sydney Powell, Reporter

December 21, 2017

Kids Helping Hopkins has been collecting gifts these past few weeks to donate to Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Member Lindsey Duquette (’20), and her brother, Kids Helping Hopkins president, Matt Duquette (’18), are hoping to give back to Johns Hopkins, because the hospital has done the...