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Rotary honors Tri-Alpha students on May 22nd.

By Abigail Downing On May 22, at Hillside Hospital, hardworking students will receive recognition for graduating with Tri-Alpha. This year 33 students who have earned 3.75 or higher GPA will attend a luncheon sponsored by the Rotary Club. Many students appreciate the luncheon. Kaitlyn Sforza, Tri-Alpha, states, “I am happy to be recognized for all […]

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Track teams celebrate Trumbull County Meet victories

By Natalie Chambers The boys and girls track team took a big win at the Trumbull County Meet. The meet began on May 2nd with prelims, in which many students got to move on to the finals on May 4th. When asked if he was excited about the win, head boys coach, Dan Libert said […]

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Speech Team announces ‘Night of Speech’ performance date.

By Maggie Carpenter The speech and debate team is having their final event (A Night of Speech) on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. This event is meant for the team to show their friends and family their final polished selections.  It is a showcase of a year’s worth of work.  They have developed and been working […]

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Choir seniors give last emotional performance

By Alonzo Burriss On May 18, 2017, the Howland high school choir orchestrated by Ms. DePoy had their annual spring concert in the Howland high school gym. It began at 7:30 and ended at 9. The acapella choir performed “Into the Woods”, “Any Way You Want It”, “Don’t stop Believin’,” “Good Morning Baltimore”, I Can […]

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Community invited to attend baccalaureate ceremony on May 30th

Written by Anjelica Blair Students, parents and staff are invited to attend this year’s baccalaureate ceremony on May 30th, 2017 at 7 pm at Howland United Methodist Church to honor and spiritually prepare the graduating class of 2017. Each year, a committee of almost twenty students partner with several local clergy members to formulate a […]

Walk to Adopt raises $2000.00 for sheltered animals

By Duncan Hamilton The 2017 Walk to Adopt took place on Saturday, May 6th. This was the 4th year this event has been put on by Howland’s Paws with a Cause. Walk to Adopt is a 5k run/walk that raises money for the Trumbull County Dog Pound and tries to get dogs adopted. The 5k […]

Boys baseball celebrates ACC Title

By Gabrielle Hartzell The 2016-2017 baseball season was a success for Howland’s boys. The team not only ended with a record of 14-6, but they were also able to clinch the AAC title. Until this season, the baseball team had not won an AAC title since 2002. According to many of the players, this season […]

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Senior Week events scheduled

By Ryan Jones Many high schools typically give a final exam to the seniors within the last week of school. Howland takes a different approach to sending their seniors away. “We want to insure that our students have a fun and memory filled time to finish off their high school career. We also want them […]

Students enjoy after prom activities

By Rachel Kleiner      On Saturday May 13th students of Howland High School met at the school after prom to head to post prom. With only 45 minutes to change after prom, students arrived with their hair still done and makeup on. Students met in the “U” of the parking lot to sign in, get a […]

Band members anxious about drumline auditions

By Mickey McIntyre Auditions for the Howland drumline are underway. On May 25th, Dr. Mario Marini–percussion instructor for eight years–will test percussionists graded 8th through 11th to determine twenty-two deserving members for the 2017-2018 season. In addition to individual auditions on the 25th, two ensemble clinics (one held this past Tuesday and the other upcoming on […]

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