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All Sport Passes are now on sale!

Tiger fans! All Sport passes are available for the 2019-2020 season! Visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/howland-high-school-sports-pass-tickets-63445601502 *Be sure to list the name(s) of each pass holder* Passes are good for all high school or middle school HOME athletic events, except OHSAA or AAC tournament games, even if they are hosted at Howland. Types of Passes offered: Adult Sport

Football Game Reserve Seats NOW on Sale!

Football/Cheer/Band/Majorette Fans, Get your reserved seats for the 2019 season. Never worry about where you will sit for our home games! Reserved seats will only be sold until September 13 as a season holder package. Reserved seats will not be sold on an individual game basis. Cost is $50 for the entire season! Click the

Student Accident Supplemental Insurance Plans Available

Supplemental Accident Insurance Plans for all students and athletes Underwritten & Claims Administered by Guarantee Trust Life Questions? Contact Kevin McKinstry at 330-853-2290 or klmckinstry5@gmail.com SCHOOL-TIME STUDENT ACCIDENT COVERAGE: Helps protect your students the entire school year, during regular school sessions, as well as participating in other school-sponsored activities requiring the attendance of the student. Also

Facility Request are now digital!

Howland Local School District Facilities Request Thank you for your interest in utilizing our facilities. School and public groups or organizations may use the facilities for any lawful purpose, as long as the use adheres to Board Policy and does not interfere with school operations. To request the use of HLSD facilities, please click this

Elimination of Pay to Participate! Payment of current/past fees…

We are committed to giving back to our kids and families by the elimination of pay-to-participate fees for extra-curricular activities (band and speech & debate) and athletics for the 2019-2020 school year. As we transition, we are asking families to assist us by paying any outstanding balances of school or activity fees by May 31,

8th Grade Volleyball Beats Boardman

The Howland 8th grade volleyball team hosted Boardman Maroon this evening. The Lady Tigers dominated the first set 25-13. Boardman fought back in the second set, but Howland stayed tough and defeated the Spartans 27-25. Their record improves to 11-2. We travel to Canton for a double header on Saturday and host Austintown Red on

Girls Tennis Moves to 12-3, Defeats Ursuline

Howland vs Ursuline  @ Ursuline 1st Singles – Francesca Elisco (H) defeated Anna Morgione (U) 6-3 6-6 (7-5) 2nd Singles – Kate Li (Howland) defeated Alanna Dellick (U) 6-3 6-0 3rd Singles – Emma Thorton (U) defeated Gina Lussier (H) 6-3 6-4 1st Doubles – Ella Kobak/Grace Cripe (U) defeated Alena Lerakis/Ava Lavelle (H) 6-3

Girls Soccer Teams Fall to Canfield

Howland Girls Varsity Soccer lost to Canfield  1-0 Elizabeth Rusnak had 4 (for Howland saves and Gillian McMurray  had five saves 5 (for Howland) Howland Varsity Record is 6-2-2 Howland JV Girls Soccer lost to Canfield 1-0 Elizabeth Rusnak had 2 saves.

Girls Cross Country Wins Trumbull County Championship

The girls cross country won the Trumbull County Championship Meet.  Megan Hipple was Trumbull County runner up.  Maria Dellimuti finished 4th, Gabby Reuschling 5th, MollyYasnowski 6th and Elenie McNally was 10th.  Kylie McClain added a 17th place finish and Roxxi Ottum was 19th.  Congratulation Ladies!

Boys Soccer Handles Harding

Howland Varsity Boys Soccer improved to 9-0 on the season with a 4-1 victory over Warren Harding.  Jordan Sperling scored 3 goals and Pano Gentis added 1 goal.  Howland sits atop the AAC with a 3-0 record.   Howland Boys JV suffered their first loss of the season to Gilmour Academy 2-1.  Fernando Ramos scored the

HMS Boys XC Have Strong Showing

The boys cross country team competed at the Trumbull County Championships at Lordstown High School.  The Tigers had a strong showing with Arran Allison leading the way with a 27th place finish in the race.  Jake Marino followed it up with a 79th place finish and Gavyn Mitchner finished in 90th place.  The Tigers compete

HMS Girls XC Wins Trumbull County Championship

The HMS Girls XC team won the Trumbull County Championship on Tuesday evening at Lordstown High School.  The top finishers in the race were: McKenzie Maiorano-5th Addie Christy-6th Sophia Powell-7th Ava Alvetro-8th Anna Vrabel-9th Gabby Scott-11th Camille Sutton-13th Congratulations, Girls! Good Luck next Wednesday at the Suburban League Championship at the Canfield Fairgrounds!    Click

Volleyball Defeats Canfield, Stays Unbeaten

Howland Volleyball (Overall 11-0, AAC 3-0) defeated Canfield in 3 sets, 25-22, 25-15, 25-20. For Howland: Kills: Chloe Schultz 12, Mia Pantalone 11 Assists: Kathryn Summerfield 22 Blocks: Mia Pantalone 3 Digs: Bailee Beasom 16 Aces: Mackenzie Karabin 4 Points: Mackenzie Karabin 13 Canfield JV won 2-0. Canfield 9th grade won 2-0.

Boys Cross Country Takes 9th

The Howland Boy’s Cross-Country team place 7th out of 19 teams at the McDonough Cross Country Invitational. They were led by Lane Gobel, who was sixth in the race.  Other top Tigers where Zach Brill, Manny Fakkas, Ben Bronson, Brandon Null, Isaac Robertson and Mark Rubino.