On Oct. 26, Dr. Michael Martirano, Interim Superintendent for the Howard County Public School System, invited two journalism students and their advisers from every Howard County high school to join him at the Central Office for a media briefing. “This opportunity, to directly engage with the interim […]
When on YouTube and scrolling through videos, people tend to notice some of the controversial and inappropriate comments that can be made, but it is hard for YouTube to stop this from occurring. YouTube has started to filter out these videos and comments, but this filtering may have […]
English and Speech teacher Ms. Lisa Vitali assigned her speech students to write a poem with a partner. “At a county staff development day, a River Hill teacher presented an idea to write shared poems for literary characters. After, she shared a video of Phil Kaye and Sarah […]
For many years, Mt. Hebron’s Dance Program has hosted Artists in Residence, where choreographers from all over the world are invited into the classroom to teach the students new styles of dance. During these master classes, the dancers get the opportunity to ask these professionals questions about their […]
From football players in the afternoon to dancers during the school day, seniors Rickie Williams and Nate Hatcher and junior Walter Nelson have changed the face of dance for Mt. Hebron. While they are not the first male dancers to be in the Mt. Hebron dance program, they […]
On Nov. 15, six seniors signed their National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers in college. Both a varsity baseball and basketball player, Jack Schroeder officially committed to Virginia Commonwealth University to play baseball. He has been playing baseball since he was four years old, and […]
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