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Celebration of the Arts Honors Legacy of Jack Hontz

Celebration of the Arts Honors Legacy of Jack Hontz

Megan Lowry and Andrew Spangler, '19, Staff Writers

October 14, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Haven Happenings

“Ready. Set. GO!” And they were off! It was quite a sight watching all the participants of the Celebration of the Arts 5K run, as they jogged, decked out in costumes ranging from rainbow tutus to sequined vests. In addition to band leadership, the Strath Haven Women’s Field Hockey Team also came out...

Experience French Culture on the Québec Trip

Maggie Corson, '19, Staff Writer

October 14, 2018


Filed under Haven Happenings

Students enrolled in a French course during the 2018-19 school year will now have the opportunity to travel to Québec over President’s day weekend. This trip is open to all grades, and everyone with an interest in visiting this unique city is encouraged to attend. It is a great way to experience a ...

Dr. Brown Kicks Off School Year with Panther Pride

Dr. Brown Kicks Off School Year with Panther Pride

Lynnea Zhang, Editor '19

October 10, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Haven Happenings

The new school year has kicked off, and Haven’s new principal Dr. Brown and new assistant principal Mr. Conti are already prepared to bring new change to make Strath Haven an even better community. After Dr. Yannacone’s departure last June, long-time assistant principal, and educator Dr. Kristopher Bro...

New Security Cameras in Wake of Nationwide Tragedies

New Security Cameras in Wake of Nationwide Tragedies

Editorial Board

October 10, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Haven Happenings

Before the start of the 2018-2019 school, Strath Haven High School had been equipped with an inadequate security camera system; providing subpar video feedback at a very limited range. Not only because of the poor feedback but also because of to the relatively few areas of installment, the security ca...

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