“Make the Music Stop” raises money for good cause

“Make the Music Stop” raises money for good cause

Julia Lively, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

This past Monday, March 23, the song “Everything is Awesome” from The Lego Movie began echoing through the hallways in between every passing time throughout the day. This isn’t the school just trying to promote positive vibes, it is a fundraiser put on by the Freshmen Class Student Council, to raise money for the Make a Wish Foundation. The freshmen are asking the freshman campus to donate $500 and the 10/12 building to donate $1,500 in order to “Make the Music Stop”, meaning in order for the song to stop playing the student body needs to raise that much money, if not the song will continue to play until the end of the school year.

A true Howell teacher

A true Howell teacher

Evan Webster, Staff Writer

January 30, 2015

Many students receive their start at Howell High, few come back to repay the favor and work to inspire the younger generations of Highlanders. Only 6 out of 100 Howell High staff actually attended the school. One of these rare teachers is the new Ms. Krista Kirby who graduated in 2006.

Class President works to connect HHS students

Class President works to connect HHS students

Rachel Cichon, Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2015

For the majority of students, senior year is one of the busiest, most stressful and most monumental times of their lives as they fret over college applications, scholarships and Prom. For members of student council, this workload only increases as they plan events and raise money for their class. Despite this, senior Kaitlin Rolli, president of the Class of 2015, devotes her time to effectively leading her classmates and crafting a positive school experience.

Class of 2017 has T-shirt fundraiser

Class of 2017 has T-shirt fundraiser

Kira Cleer, Staff Writer

January 15, 2015

The sophomore student council is selling Class of 2017 t-shirts for their first fundraiser of 2015. These shirts are $15 for sizes XS-XL and $17 for sizes 2X and 3X. Order forms are due to Ms. Krista Kirby’s room Q3 before sixth hour on Jan. 16th with the money. Shirts will be delivered sometime in February. By Staff Writer: Kira Cleer

The awe-inspiring Brady

The awe-inspiring Brady

Alexa Skonieski, Social Media Editor

October 15, 2014

Social Media Editor Alexa Skonieski profiles a major figure in the school, Mrs. Brady, and explains how she has been impacted by her.

Homecoming weekend approaching

Kaylee Hamilton, InDesign Editor

September 23, 2014

As Homecoming week kicks off, Howell High School students have a number of events to look forward to and show off their school pride. Our spirit days this week are geared towards getting students into the school spirit for the Homecoming game this Friday against Grand Blanc at 7 p.m. on our home fiel...

Junior spreads rays of sunshine at HHS

May 13, 2014

By Staff Writer: Jada Boprie Few people are lucky enough in life to have a friend like Janice Kwan. Aside from her talents for singing and academics, this Howell High School junior is known around the school for her ever-present smile and her rare sense of kindness. Even as we start the interview, she ch...

Applications for annual competition now available

March 7, 2014

By Staff Writer: Eliza Bengala Applications for the annual Senior Survivor competition are now available online at howellschools.com, as well as in the Main Office. The application process includes agreeing to and signing a contract stating that if you become a ‘Survivor,’ you are only allowed to have ...

Raffle baskets to determine the favorite college football team of Howell High

Rachel Cichon and Rachel Cichon

October 29, 2013

By Staff Writer: Rachel Cichon For many Michiganders, there is one prevailing method that can determine all one needs to know about another’s personality.  It is a single, simple question that has the power to make or break friendships, to define someone’s identity, and to rally a group of different individuals together beneath a sin...

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