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NEHS refurbishes Free Little Library

Jen Barranco, Reporter

March 13, 2019

Looking for a book to read? The Hereford National English Honor Society (NEHS) has refurbished the Free Little Library, which is open for all hours and can be found outside the auditorium. “We are trying to build a different clientele this year. It wasn’t being used that much so we are trying to...

Future Physician’s Flower Drive raises money for AHA

Paul Rapuzzi, Online Editor

March 13, 2019

The Future Physician’s club holds an annual Valentine’s Day drive selling roses to students to give to their significant others. Starting the first week of February, roses will be on sale for two dollars each and can be personalized with a note for the recipient. All funds raised by the drive will...

Dance Your Heart Out Showcase raises money for One Love

Sarah Borton, Reporter

March 13, 2019

Last winter, the Moving Company Dance Center sponsored the first annual Dance Your Heart Out dance showcase, raising money and awareness for the One Love Foundation. During the Dance Your Heart Out fundraiser, dance programs including Hereford High, Dulaney High, Sudbrook Magnet Middle, Oldfields,...

UNICEF documentary brings awareness to human trafficking

Paul Rapuzzi, Online Editor

March 13, 2019

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) follows a bimonthly theme for its events and activities according to the international UNICEF organization’s schedule. This month’s theme is human trafficking and, keeping in tune with the theme, UNICEF members will be watching...

Underclassmen host Winter Wonderland Dance

Rebecca Meldron, Reporter

March 13, 2019

“Winter Wonderland” is the theme of this year’s underclassmen dance which was in the cafeteria on Jan. 26 from 7-10. Last year, the theme for the underclassmen dance was a “Glow Dance”, but the 2021 and 2022 class officers thought that winter wonderland would be more fun. The winter wonderland...

Clubs adopt a family for the holiday season

Lindsay Clarke, Community Editor

March 7, 2019

When a family shows up to the Maryland House of Ruth, a women and children’s center, they have nothing. The holiday season to many is about decorating the tree, opening present on Christmas morning, and spending time with your friends and family. But others aren’t fortunate enough to enjoy the Christmas...

New HomeGoods attracts holiday shoppers

Rebecca, Reporter

March 7, 2019

Two new additions were added to the Hunt Valley Town Centre just in time for the holidays. Home Goods is the place everyone is going for Christmas decorations, and Michaels craft store plans to open soon. The Home Goods motto states that “you’ll discover high quality, handcrafted merchandise for...

Students reflect on influential teachers

Paul Rapuzzi, Reporter

March 7, 2019

We’ve all seen those click-bait advertisements near the bottom of those tabloid websites; something like, “You’ll never believe what so-and-so looks like today!” After the first few gullible clicks we learn to ignore the white noise, but the interest in finding out where people from the past...

Dance performance showcases over 150 dancers at the ninth annual winter recital

Sarah Borton, Reporter

March 7, 2019

The dance program, with over 125 dancers, showcased a wide variety of dances on Dec. 6. In the winter performance, they performed all styles of dances including jazz, ballet, contemporary, lyrical, hip-hop, and tap. The program has been preparing since the beginning of the school year. This show featured...

Theater students perform “Mama Mia!” for fall show

Sarah Borton, Reporter

February 6, 2019

Mamma Mia! the musical, written by Catherine Johnson, debuted at the Prince Edward Theatre in London in 1999. In 2008, it was adapted into a film and on July 16, 2018 a follow-up film, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, premiered. The smash hit musical is as based on music from the 70’s Swedish...

NEHS members hold discussion for Bloodsworth

NEHS members hold discussion for Bloodsworth

Rebecca Meldron, Reporter

February 6, 2019

The National English Honor Society held its second book discussion at the Hereford Library, on Oct. 25, 2018. The book that was discussed was Bloodsworth: The True Story of the First Death Row Inmate Exonerated by DNA. Not just the members of the honor society showed up; parents, grandparents,...

Schoology replaces Engrade as BCPS learning management system

Sydney Powell, Community Editor

December 10, 2018

Every new school year brings along new changes. This year, the big change is the introduction of the devices that every student received. Along with the devices, came a brand new learning management system (LMS), Schoology. Rolling out this year throughout Baltimore County Public Schools, Schoology...

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