May, 2017


Real world teachings- Personal Finance

Junior Student Government Plans Prom

The Junior Student Government has been planning prom since their sophomore year. Prom is the biggest event of the year and it comes with extensive planning.

Classroom dynamics following AP exams

Heritage Thanks Mothers

A woman walks with confidence. A mother walks with assurance. Her commitment, unconditional love and loyalty to her children develop the strongest human bond.

Dudley retires after 37 years

The end of the school year is drawing to a close, meaning it is time to say goodbye to a teacher who has spent 37 years at Heritage, Mrs. Heidi Dudley.

Mrs. Bolen prepares to travel

Ms. Barbara Bolen is a Practical Arts Teacher at Heritage that is retiring at the end of this year.

Pamela Gigiento Explores her style through High School

Walking down the halls of Heritage High School, four of Pamela Gigiento’s paintings can be seen in the art showcase, one painting among them won the first place senior art award.

Go on a gap year, you won’t regret it

As my senior year comes to an end, the number of adults who inquire about what I’m going to do the coming fall sky rockets. Most are surprised when I tell them that I will not be going to college in the coming fall, despite being accepted into every university I applied to.

Schnepfe takes next steps

Sharon Schnepfe, the Kitchen Manager at Heritage, is leaving this year for other opportunities. Despite seeking a shift in careers, she will greatly miss the Heritage community.

Driver’s Ed needs more driving

When turning 15, students all over the state of Colorado are presented with the opportunity to receive their Learner’s Permit as they take their lessons to the road. Before they can drive, they are forced to complete rigorous Driver’s Ed courses that are only partially beneficial.