For the special edition of The Pioneer the staff takes on a lighthearted approach to the paper.
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.
The crews for “Rumors” worked hard to make sure everything went smoothly and looked nice, adding stress to their already hectic days.
Art has always been a part of Haley Brown’s life, ever since she was in the third grade she had a passion. She said that her teacher had them drawing something different every week and this is when she began to love art.
All throughout the halls silence ensues
While children everywhere are singing the blues
Finals are upon us without a doubt
Students and teachers tend to pout
Extra credit is not given
Bleeding profusely, because our hearts are riven
Living with the acceptance that your F’s will not become D’s…
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The new “in thing” for today’s generation is to dye their hair. People of all ages are dyeing their hair because it makes them feel more individual and unique.
“All natural” is no longer in style. To stand out, people are dyeing their hair. The haircolors that are the most in style at the moment are very light pastels, all shades of purple, silver and different shades of ombres.
While students spend approximately three hours in the Student Center for the annual Back to School Dance, the teachers outside of the cafeteria are working hard to distribute tickets, check ID’s and collaborate together to make sure that the dance runs smoothly.
This recipe that has been altered many times to fit the event the Kelley family is doing on a given day and it has been around for generations.