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Program offers college credit for high school classes

Program offers college credit for high school classes

Lea Hornback, Reporter

January 19, 2018


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When Cole Chiumento chose his classes at the end of the sophomore year, he knew he needed to take the basics: English, gym, chemistry.  He signed up for Italian, too. “I wanted to take more than two years of a foreign language so I had a better shot at college,” he said. Another benefit to t...

December 2017 Students of the Month

December 2017 Students of the Month

December 27, 2017


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Literature comes to life in ‘A Christmas Carol’

Literature comes to life in ‘A Christmas Carol’

Lea Hornback, Reporter

December 22, 2017


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This past Friday, Ms. Rogalcheck took her group of Honors English III students to the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia to see Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol live. A team of actors and actresses portray multiple standpoints from the Victorian era, giving our 11th graders insight into Briti...

District seeks to reduce carbon footprint, applies for state audit

District seeks to reduce carbon footprint, applies for state audit

Stone Clemente

December 21, 2017


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Everybody wants to make their mark in the world, but not in the form of a carbon footprint. And, in a building filled with over 1300 students, HHS must be more aware of the impact it’s making on the environment. What is a carbon footprint? A carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide and other carbon com...

Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year

Evan Mars, Reporter

December 20, 2017


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Each year, Hammonton High School nominates one faculty member as the teacher of the year. It’s given to a teacher who shows the characteristics necessary to represent the HHS staff as a whole. This year’s teacher of the year, Mrs. Gerst, details tips on teaching and why she loves her job. “It...

FCC Neutralizes Net Neutrality

FCC Neutralizes Net Neutrality

Neil Massaro and Nick Earnshaw

December 20, 2017


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“The internet is such an important aspect of our lives...what is decided about it completely affects us” said history teacher Mr. Anthony Angelozzi. And the recent actions of the FCC regarding the internet and net neutrality is certainly making history. Net neutrality is the principle that Int...

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