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Promoting mental health

May 14, 2018 Allison Stancato 0

The Heritage community has a large network of people available to not only meet the needs of students but help them succeed academically as well as mentally and socially.

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Counselors impact the future

May 10, 2018 Nahomy Bello Castillo 0

As the last days of school approach most students have made sure to visit the counseling office at least once. But what most students don’t know is that counselors do a lot more than just fix schedules.

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Student art brings color to the hallways

May 10, 2018 Ryan Thurber 0

Especially attentive students may have noticed a bit more color when walking throughout the hallways on the first floor of Heritage as of late. This is a result of the geometric mural installation painted by students with the aid of Mr. Wade Billeisen, an art teacher at Heritage.

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Post Grad Supports Students

May 9, 2018 Ian Guerra 0

With the end of each year, the prospect of college or life after high school looms over the heads of each Heritage student. Post Grad is a tool to utilize when faced with these issues. With Ms. Joni Lieb as the coordinator of Post Grad, the process provides many resources to students.

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Dungeons and Dragons Spurs Creativity

December 19, 2017 Ian Guerra 0

There is a dark and dingy prison cell, an area of confinement, rats crawl and skamper the floors of the cells, gnawing on the corpses of the previous prisoners. There are three other prisoners in the surrounding cells, all of their worldly possessions have been confiscated in exchange for rags and a single bucket with a handle. Their urgency to escape has been heightened due to the fact that they haven’t been getting food, and hunger begins to drive their every action.

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Finals Advice for Freshmen

December 19, 2017 Austria Pfanner 0


As finals week approaches, freshmen are left to try and conquer this new experience, with only Cram Fest to help guide them. All other grades have at least a year of experience, so sophomores have advice for freshmen about surviving through finals week.

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The Road to MAD Week

December 19, 2017 Charlotte Dickinson 0


MAD Week is an annual event that is planned and run by the Community Relations Club. The president is Gabi Ahles ’18 and the Vice President is Ellie Callahan ’18. Its sponsors are Mrs. Allison Smith from the Language Arts Department, Mrs. Jaclyn Peach from the Social Studies Department and Mrs. Jessica Ferris from the Science Department.

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Teachers take students to Europe

December 19, 2017 Ajay Davis 0

This summer, two teachers at Heritage have decided to take the opportunity to allow students to go on a comprehensive trip throughout Europe. The two teachers, Mrs. Cantwell from the Math Department and Ms. Peach from the Social Studies Department, have a strong enthusiasm for traveling, and want to give students an inclination to find the same. This will be Cantwell’s first time going on this trip, and Peach’s third time. The trip begins in Switzerland, and then goes through Northern Italy, Southern France, and the coast of Spain, led by the company EF Tours.

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