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Students participate in “Engineering Shark Tank”

Laura Schmidt, Reporter

November 17, 2017


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Selected engineering students participated in an ‘Engineering Shark Tank’ Challenge at the Baltimore Engineering Club, Mount Vernon from 4:00- 8:30 on Nov. 29. The students undertook engineering ideas in class and proposed their ideas to engineer professionals. “My real focus is definitely on...

AVID Program selected to apply for Site of Distinction

Grace Clarke, Co-Managing Editor

November 15, 2017


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For the first time in 11 years, the AVID program has been selected by the National AVID Center to apply to become a Site of Distinction.  This distinction is equivalent to National Blue Ribbon status for AVID, and is only held by one other school in the state of Maryland.

Athletes Attend Powered By Me Field Trip

Lindsay Clarke, Online Editor

November 15, 2017


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A group of student-athletes went on the Powered by Me field trip on Nov. 15 from 9-1 pm at Towson University. They were chosen by their coaches to attend the leadership convention where speakers talked about topics such as drug use and social media and how it can effect being a leader.

Bricks installed for Legacy Brick fundraiser

Grace Clarke, Co-Managing Editor

November 15, 2017


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The first 100 bricks from the Legacy Brick fundraiser have been installed in the brick pathway in front of the Hereford Stadium.  The proceeds from this fundraiser are shared by the HHS PTSA and the HHS Agriscience Department.  Bricks can be purchased at www.polarengraying.com/herefordhighschoolptsa.

Hereford recognized by Baltimore Business Journal

Grace Clarke, Co-Managing Editor

November 15, 2017


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On Nov. 13, a group of students and administrators were commended at the county courthouse for being recognized on the Baltimore Business Journal’s list of Top High Schools in the Baltimore Region.  They were congratulated by Superintendent Verletta white and County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.

AVID students visit Salisbury University

Will Amos, Reporter

November 15, 2017


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AVID students will be attending a field trip to Salisbury University on Friday Nov 17. They will be touring around the campus on a college visit to see if Salisbury interests them. Students will be leaving the school at 7 a.m. and returning at 4:15 p.m.

Class of 2019 hosts Chipotle fundraiser

Michael Purdie, Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2017


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The Class of 2019 will be holding a fundraiser at the Chipotle located in Hunt Valley on Nov. 19 from 4 to 8 p.m.. If a flyer is shown when a purchase is completed, 50 percent of the proceeds will go to the Class of 2019.

Earn to Learn provides agriculture experience

Earn to Learn provides agriculture experience

Sarah Borton, Reporter

November 14, 2017


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In June, a new program called Earn to Learn began at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) in Hunt Valley.  Earn to Learn is designed for those who are interested in earning college credits in the agriculture field without having to attend a standard four-year college. It started with...

Fluharty dishes on life experiences

Fluharty dishes on life experiences

Katie Salko, Reporter

November 14, 2017


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Who could pull off a safari vest, orange shades, and combat boots? Charlie Fluharty, chemistry teacher and Pep Band supporter, honored Walter Sobchak from “The Big Lebowski” with his winning Halloween costume this year. Fluharty is from Brooke County, West Virginia, where he took part in Boy Scouts...

German twins adapt o life at Hereford

German twins adapt o life at Hereford

Lily Cavallaro and Anna DeLibro, Reporters

November 14, 2017


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Twins, Simon Gross (‘19) and Sarah Gross (’19) are new faces here at Hereford, they transferred from their life in Berlin, Germany, to a small town, in a completely new country this past summer. The normality for us in the United States, is a foreign experience to a newcomer looking in. When comparing...

Vegetarian Café and yoga studio open at Monkton Trail

Vegetarian Café and yoga studio open at Monkton Trail

Maggie Parks, Reporter

November 14, 2017


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Husband and wife Nikolai Pandoursky and Monica Ott opened yoga studio, BambooMoves, and vegetarian café, Veggie Esperanto, at the Monkton Trail on Oct. 1 as an extension of their Baltimore studio, which opened in September of 2013. “It’s about taking your yoga practice beyond the mat,” Nikolai...

For our troops clubs celebrates Veteran’s Day

For our troops clubs celebrates Veteran’s Day

Jen Barranco, Reporter

November 10, 2017


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For our troops club members welcome students and faculty to school in honor of Veteran’s Day.  "It felt good to do something great for our country when our world has so much going on," Bruce Hoosier ('19) said.

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