Senior Survivor Monday night

Senior Survivor Monday night

Bridget Janis, A&E Editor

April 25, 2017


Filed under Senior Survivor, Showcase

After their first day back to school, the second day of challenges begins.   Lip Sync   This year Senior Survivor tried something new, a live elimination open to the public to come and see. After school, the four bottom survivors were announced and people were encouraged to come b...

Senior Survivor Sunday night

Senior Survivor Sunday night

Sarah Trudeau '18, Staff Writer

April 24, 2017


Filed under Senior Survivor, Showcase

A Warm Welcome:   The survivors begin the week with grand entrances consisting of scooters, trumpets, and a hoverboard. To begin their survival, they handed over their phones, keys and any other electronic devices. Each with a wagon or bin full of belongings, they were to bring them up upstair to ...

Follow 2017 Senior Survivors

Follow 2017 Senior Survivors

April 24, 2017


Filed under Senior Survivor, Showcase, Uncategorized

Click the links below to see photos and videos of each survivor and their alliances throughout Senior Survivor week. Team Betz, Donate Team Chelsea, Donate Team Chewbecca, Donate Team First Aid, Donate Team G-money, Donate Team K-cook, Donate Team Log, Donate Team Loth, Donate Team Lysterine, Donate Team Maki, Donate Team O'Dohtery, D...

Meet the 2017 Senior Survivors

Meet the 2017 Senior Survivors

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

April 21, 2017


Filed under News, Senior Survivor, Showcase

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


Filed under News, Showcase

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...

A letters to the juniors taking the SAT

A letters to the juniors taking the SAT

Lindsey Barnett, Opinion Editor

April 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Dear juniors,   It’s coming to be that dreadful time of the year, the moment you’ve been preparing for throughout all your years in public schools. This may be considered the most important test of your life, one your teachers have warned you about for years.   That test is t...

The penny pinchers guide to a perfect prom

The penny pinchers guide to a perfect prom

Cayla Maki, Feature Editor

April 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Prom can be one of the most exciting, yet stressful times for all seniors. Whether it’s the dress shopping or the endless search for a date, prom is full of worries. To have a perfect prom, everyone believes that means spending a lot of money, but here are some ways to save money and still have a ...

The hidden gems of Howell Palooza

The hidden gems of Howell Palooza

Sarah Treduea, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

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


Filed under News, Showcase

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...

Students lead HHS spirit

Students lead HHS spirit

Maggie Smith, Opinion Editor

April 5, 2017


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Every year, the flag and the cowbell are passed down to two students in the junior class by seniors who had received the flag or the cowbell the year before. These students lead the student section, and get the student sections at HHS sports games hyped up ready to cheer on Howell. This is a tradition ...

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


Filed under News, Showcase

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


Filed under News, Showcase

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...

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