Howell senior coordinates Flint drive

Howell senior coordinates Flint drive

Aubrey Klein, Staff Writer

March 16, 2016

Senior Kalyssa Klausing has been collecting men’s clothing and personal care items at Howell High School to donate to Flint residents through Catholic Charities.

Survivors take on the fight against leukemia

Survivors take on the fight against leukemia

Alexa Skonieski, Social Media Editor

March 6, 2015

A favorite week at Howell High School is fast approaching: Senior Survivor week. Every year senior student council puts on the competitive 5 days by picking six senior girls and six senior guys to spend the full 120 hours suck inside Howell High. Every day 2 students are voted off coming up with a big winner at the end of the week.

Race for senior survivor starts Wednesday

Race for senior survivor starts Wednesday

Jordan Pudvay, Social Media Editor

February 23, 2015

It’s that time of the year again. The race for Senior Survivor 2015 officially begins Wednesday, February 25th! Applications will be available in P-7 and the main office. All funds raised will go to Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan. Last year, they raised $27,039.20 for The Rainbow Connection. Check out the Howell High School Class of 2015 Facebook page for a video of last year’s Senior Survivor finale.

Annual HHS dodge ball tournament

Annual HHS dodge ball tournament

Mackenzie McDonell, Opinon Editor

December 19, 2014

December 19, Howell’s annual dodge ball game will commence. You can root on your fellow students by donating a dollar to your 7th hour teacher. In order for your class to participate in the assembly 7th hour, 75% of your class must donate to be able to attend. All proceeds will go towards the Howell Gold Cross to help families in our area this Christmas. By Opinion Editor: Mackenzie McDonell

Home Sweet Home project benefits needy families

Home Sweet Home project benefits needy families

Jordan Pudvay, Social Media Editor

December 8, 2014

Did you know that there are 480 families living in Livingston County that count as at-risk families? At-risk families are those who don’t have a stable home or the living materials needed for everyday life. LESA has a current program called Livingston Education Project that collects items for children in need but the program is running low. The National Honor Society president, Ashley Quick-Drossart, is in charge of a new project in some Howell Public Schools after initiating her desire to change her community.

No Shave November isn’t just for fun

No Shave November isn’t just for fun

Alexa Skonieski, Social Media Editor

October 31, 2014

The month of carving pumpkins and eating handfuls of candy corn is slowly coming to an end. Of course it’s a little sad because it’s the end of high school football season and dressing up in our Halloween costumes, but now we can look forward to the November festivities. That means No Shave November...

Interact club: transforming our school

Interact club: transforming our school

Julia Lively, Social Media Editor

October 6, 2014

Staff Writer Julia Lively illuminates the achievements of the Howell High School Interact Club.

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