Students take the stage at Mr. Eagle 2015
Jared Leonard ’15 took home the title of Mr. Eagle 2015, the flowers, crown and $150 at this year’s Mr. Eagle competition. Stunning everyone with his unique talent, his performance of 38 songs in six minutes kept everyone in awe.
“I feel stunned that I was crowned Mr. Eagle. I worked very hard on my talent and rehearsing my dance so that I had a chance at winning. It’s a great feeling,” says Leonard.
At the Mr. Eagle competition, boys have two awards to strive for: Mr. Eagle is the big winner, as well as a smaller prize, Mr. Money Maker. Throughout the week, the boys raised money to donate to the MAD Week cause, and the boy who raised the most money would win the title of Mr. Money Maker.
This year, the money was donated to Doctors without Borders. Leonard raised the most money throughout the week, thus claiming the title of Mr. Money Maker.
“Being crowned Mr. Eagle will be my lasting legacy at Heritage. Winning this award is more than beating the other boys at who is the funniest and most handsome, but it is the senior boy who shows pride, character and excellence,” says Leonard.by
VPN Policy Explained
Within the last six months there has been a noticeable increase of VPN usage within the student body in the Littleton Public School District. As a result, the school is more strictly enforcing the policy in place.
Juuling Punishment Continues
Since the release of vape pens to the market, they have become increasingly popular, particularly in high schools, and Heritage is no exception. Administration has since been exploring ways to fix the problem in order to keep students safe from the harmful effects of vaping.