Survivorfest: spirit days and events

Survivorfest: spirit days and events

Rachel Cichon and Julia Lively

April 24, 2015

This year Mr. Metz's Leadership classes decided to add another Spirit Week to the year's list of events. The week has been dubbed Survivorfest as it will be going on throughout the week of Senior Survivor. The week will be full of other activities as well, such as limbo and jello challenges during lunch as well as a choir concert and the car show on Thursday.

St. Baldricks fundraiser recap

St. Baldricks fundraiser recap

Devery Jakubos, Staff Writer

March 13, 2015

This year in the month of February Interact Club hosted their 4th annual fundraiser for St. Baldricks, which is a charity that funds research to help find cures for childhood cancer. Throughout the past few weeks many faculty members and students raised money by pledging to shave their heads.

Mr. (and Ms.) Highlander

Mr. (and Ms.) Highlander

Jordyn McConnaughey, Social Media Editor

February 12, 2015

Over the past years Howell High has had a contest which allows 9th-12th grade boys to compete for the title of “Mr. Highlander.” The boys dress up during the Winter Fest spirit week and try to be as spirited as possible while collecting money to donate to the St. Baldrick’s foundation for childhood cancer. The winner not only receives the prestigious title, but a cash prize of $200. However, I see one problem with this contest, it has been only offered to boys.

Howell students shave for St. Baldricks

Howell students shave for St. Baldricks

Lindsey Saba, News Editor

February 9, 2015

Baldness is generally considered a bad thing; people purchase toupees and wigs, buy into “miracle” hair growth formulas, and affect comb-overs, all in order to hide their barren craniums. However, on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015, four Howell High School students and three Howell Schools board members will voluntarily lose their locks in the name of childhood cancer research.

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