HHS Media

Flier made by the Blue Streak Band in celebration of Thanksgiving.
HHS Band gives thanks
Oziel Valdez, Online Editor in Chief • November 26, 2020

On  Thanksgiving Day, the HHS Blue Streak Band released the following: "In honor of Thanksgiving, the Harrisonburg High School Blue Streak Band members give thanks for their band program in a video. Our...

The varsity boys basketball team capped off their 2019 regular season by winning the district championship over the Broadway Gobblers.
Harrisonburg City Schools suspends winter sports
Maya Waid, Sports Editor in Chief • November 25, 2020
One of Fajardo
Fajardo continues attending school in-person
Sawyer Hook, Staff Reporter • November 16, 2020
Flier with directions on how to purchase your pictures. (English Version)
Underclassmen picture day to be held Dec. 7-8
Oziel Valdez, Online Editor in Chief • November 15, 2020
Students wash hands before taking part in baking homemade trail mix for their weekly "Fun Friday".
Lilly, Bocock stay optimistic in the face of COVID restrictions
Caleb Goss, Visual Content Editor in Chief • November 24, 2020

“We miss our friends,” Special Education (SPED) teacher Stephanie Lilly said. What used to be a school filled with over 1,900 students is now a ghost town. With only a select group of students attending...

Kyle dives for the ball during one of his many practices.
A day in the life of sophomore William Kyle
Soraya Kaussler, Staff Reporter • November 17, 2020
Athletic director Brandon Burley oversees all sports for Harrisonburg High School.
Burley adjusts to overseeing sports during pandemic
Jonah Lee, Staff Reporter • October 21, 2020

Harrisonburg High School athletic director Brandon Burley deals with many different aspects of planning and carrying out HHS sports. Now, with COVID-19 playing a major factor in the decisions made regarding...

Freshman Liana  Gorobchuk demonstrates the act of texting on her iPhone.
Texting is ruining the art of conversation
Liana Gorobchuk, Staff Reporter • November 27, 2020

People use texting more often than talking in person, and that has a big impact in our world. You cannot see someone’s facial expressions and hear their tones while texting. Messages are very likely to be misinterpreted and misunderstood, and staring at a screen and texting all day can be bad for you as well. When you have an ability to communicate in person, you should always do so.  When...

Choreographer Amber Corriston teaches dancers choreography for a section of the musical.
Dancers practice for upcoming musical
Lucia Gabel, Print Managing Editor • November 21, 2020
Freshman Anna Campillo dressed as Little Red Riding Hood for Halloween. Campillo and her family created a tube to send candy to trick or treaters to stay safe. "We passed out candy by making a candy slide that went down our rails. My favorite part was seeing the people who came out in costumes," Campillo said.
Students dress up for Halloween
Lucia Gabel, Print Managing Editor • November 1, 2020
Junior Mollie Moomaw participated in all five days of spirit week to win points for her grade. The first day of the week was pink out day to support breast cancer awareness in the month of October.
Moomaw participates in virtual spirit week
Lucia Gabel, Print Managing Editor • October 31, 2020
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