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Holyoke High Proving Resilient During COVID-19 Pandemic

Holyoke High Proving Resilient During COVID-19 Pandemic

Hannah Boucher-Hendricks, Social Media Editor

April 2, 2020

Holyoke High School may just be one of thousands of schools battling the COVID-19 Pandemic, but the response has been nothing short of remarkable with many people working behind the scenes to ensure students have access to learning, even when not physically at school. Many may never be known to the gene...

“Wear Orange Day” to be held Thursday across HPS

Herald Staff

January 23, 2020

Holyoke Public Schools will make Thursday "Wear Orange Day" throughout the city's schools to help raise awareness of the anti-gun movement in Holyoke.   HPS has already begun the effort to "stand up against the gun violence that is impacting our community", and "Wear Orange Day" is a chance for ...

Comedy comes to Holyoke High as students and staff share a night of laughter

Comedy comes to Holyoke High as students and staff share a night of laughter

Hannah Boucher-Hendricks, Social Media Director

January 17, 2020

The Sears Auditorium became a comedy club Tuesday night, as comedy came to Holyoke High School with students, administrators, teachers and staff all coming together for a night of laughter.   Keep Laughing Entertainment and GRQ Entertainment presented "No Chill, the Holyoke High School Episode...

Juul Facing Big Lawsuits and Investigations

Juul Facing Big Lawsuits and Investigations

Ishani Morales, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2019

Everyone one has heard of it, one of the highest and fastest growing e-cigarettes on the market: Juul. In 2018, Juul generated a whopping $1 billion in revenue. It was expected earlier this year to go and about triple that amount, but the billionaire founders now have to face Congressional investiga...

Fun Places to go in Holyoke: The Winter Edition

Fun Places to go in Holyoke: The Winter Edition

Raymond Lora Pena, Staff Reporter

February 25, 2019

Months ago I wrote an article recommending places to go in Holyoke in the fall. Now that we're in the midst of winter and many of those activities are no longer realistic for this time of the year, here is an updated version for the winter season!

Photo Gallery: Latino Heritage Assembly

Photo Gallery: Latino Heritage Assembly

Meagan Breen, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

Miss Congeniality: Should She Stay or Go?

Miss Congeniality: Should She Stay or Go?

Bridget Healy, Staff Reporter ‘19

May 1, 2018

Miss Congeniality is an age old tradition, however, her role in the Colleen Pageant is now being questioned.

Most Influential Song of 2018

Most Influential Song of 2018

Shirley Mulero Cruz, Guest Writer '21

May 1, 2018

Guest writer, Shirley Mulero Cruz, reviews what she believes to be the most influential song of 2018.

HHS Art Students Partake In “Memory Project”

Lauren Ryan, Staff reporter '19

January 8, 2018

Students in Mrs. Henshaw's Art 3 class have recently participated in the "Memory Project" to help bring positivity to children in need.

2018 Media Mid Term Assignment

2018 Media Mid Term Assignment

Joe Courchesne, To Be The Man You've Gotta Beat The Man

January 2, 2018

Assignment: Write a Spotlight (profile story) Find someone you think is interesting and newsworthy (someone who’s spending her summer doing something interesting, has overcome difficulties, has an unusual job or hobby, goes out of his way to help others, won a prestigious award, etc.). Write ...

Chess Club Recruits Underclassmen

Kassidy Lawrence, Staff reporter '18

December 19, 2017

The chess club is need of new members and welcomes all interested students to attend a meeting after school on Mondays in room 318.

College Students Intern In Student Support

Abner Aldarondo, Staff member '18

November 28, 2017

College students are gaining career experience and helping to create a safe support environment for the HHS community as interns in student support.

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