Meet the 2017 Senior Survivors

Meet the 2017 Senior Survivors

Lauren Hauk, Shelby Laupp, Avery Bidwell, and Katie Ellsworth

April 21, 2017

Senior Survivor has been an annual tradition at HHS for 10 years now. Each year 14 seniors are chosen to battle it out for a week of fun in attempt to raise the most money for a charity. This year The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention was chosen, along with a goal of raising at least $60,00...

Prom tickets sold at all lunches

Prom tickets sold at all lunches

Shelby Laupp, Sports Editor

April 18, 2017

Prom is less than a month away and ticket sales are even closer. No tickets will be sold at the door, so make sure to buy tickets on the sale days, April 17 through the 21 during lunch. Each ticket will be $60. In order for a senior to buy a ticket, they must have paid all fines and turned in any ele...

The hidden gems of Howell Palooza

The hidden gems of Howell Palooza

Sarah Treduea, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

Every year the performing arts students of Howell High School come together for their annual Howell Palooza. Thurs. April 6 at 7 p.m. the Howell Palooza will showcase performances by colorguard, percussion ensemble, jazz band, rock band , and an act of juggling. This gives opportunities to students who d...

LACASA New Awareness Campaign Sheds Light on Jealousy

LACASA New Awareness Campaign Sheds Light on Jealousy

Sydney Croghan, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

LACASA has announced a new awareness campaign called, ¨Update Your Apps and Set Your Boundaries.”   Social media is the focus of the campaign because students are being more and more controlled in their relationships via text.  The campaign was developed by the Teen Advisory Council, w...

Howell High School participates in March is Reading month

Howell High School participates in March is Reading month

Bridget Janis, A&E Editor

April 4, 2017

Every year when March comes around teachers and schools everywhere begin to emphasize the joy and value of reading. March is known as Reading Month and this year Howell High School decided to bring awareness to reading in an unique way.   “I think the most important skill any person anyw...

Howell High School Choirs Perform a Pre-Festival Concert

Howell High School Choirs Perform a Pre-Festival Concert

Bridget Janis, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 2, 2017

On Thurs, Mar 2, Howell High School Choirs will be hosting a pre-festival concert. Directed by Mr. Brendan Closz, grades 9-12 will be performing songs such as “Dance With Me” and “Innisfree” along with many more. This event will be 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Rob Bushey Performing Arts Center. Doors o...

Senior Survivor applications are out

Senior Survivor applications are out

Bridget Janis, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 24, 2017

On Mon, March 6 Senior Survivor applications are due by 2:30 p.m. to the main office or Ms. Kirby’s room, Q-3. Senior Survivor will be taking place April 23-28.   To apply, make sure to pick up an application in the main office or Q-3, complete the application with a parent signature, the s...

Varsity Bowling heads to Regionals

Varsity Bowling heads to Regionals

Ben Wood, Social Media Editor

February 24, 2017

This Fri, Feb. 24, boys and girls varsity bowling will be headed to Lansing to compete in their regional competition. Both varsity teams will be competing for placement at the Lansing Royal Scot Golf and Bowl and the top three teams of the night will be proceeding to states.   The teams will be competing against other sc...

HHS Fashion Club hosts prom show

HHS Fashion Club hosts prom show

Lauren Hauk, News Editor

February 23, 2017

On Feb. 23, the Howell High School Fashion Club is hosting a prom dress fashion show at the Howell Opera House. The doors open at 6 p.m., and admission to enter is five dollars. All proceeds from the event benefit Lacasa. There will be a photo booth, raffle drawings, music, and the event is also being cat...

HHS puts on Coffee by the Arts

HHS puts on Coffee by the Arts

Shelby Laup, Sports Editor

February 8, 2017

On Fri., Feb. 10, “Coffee By the Arts” will be hosted in the drama room at 7 p.m. This program will showcase singing, instrumental and acting pieces done by Howell High School students. The cost is five dollars, which will be donated to the choir program for future expenses. Coffee will be availa...

Freezing for a good cause

Freezing for a good cause

Makayla Sapienza and Sophia Trump

February 3, 2017

On Feb 28., local Special Olympics  held a polar plunge fundraiser at Brighton High School. Over 120 jumpers participated in the plunge, raising more than $38,000.   Special Olympics is a nonprofit organization that carries out sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities such as ...

HHS blocks social media on wifi

HHS blocks social media on wifi

Ben Wood, Social Media Editor

January 20, 2017

In light of recent events, Howell High School has been put under a social media break where websites such as Twitter and Snapchat have banned on the HHS wifi servers. This type of barrier on HHS’s network has been seen in other instances, such as the app After School, an app that allowed students to...

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