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Pet of the Week 🐶 3-25

Pet of the Week 🐶 3-25

March 25, 2022

Introducing this week's pet of the week, Micky! Submitted by Lauren Rogers '22.

Local “Dollars for Scholars” Chapter Now Accepting Applications from Graduating Seniors

Ann Birch March 23, 2022

Hollis and Brookline High School seniors are encouraged to apply for scholarships from the local Hollis/Brookline chapter of Dollars for Scholars, a community-based, volunteer-run organization that aims...

Elisabeth Stapelfeld’ 22 celebrates her 1,000 point accomplishment. This is a goal she has been working towards since 4 years ago, when she made the girls varsity basketball team. “I believed in myself but I never expected it to happen. I knew it wasnt going to be handed to me, I had to work for it,” said E. Stapelfeld.

Elisabeth Stapeldfeld: Next 1000-Point Scorer

Jill Bradbrook, Staff Writer March 23, 2022

Elisabeth Stapelfeld ’22 scored her 1,000 point on January 24, 2022 against Sanborn Regional High School. The 1,000 point mark is an extremely rare experience for high school basketball players, with...

Matthew Klotz ‘22 effortlessly practices a classic cheer stunt, a backflip. He has spent four years working hard and improving his craft. He is now one of three captains of the Varsity Cheer team. “Starting off was really difficult because I had to find my footing and I wasn’t particularly good at the sport at first,” said Klotz.

The First Boy in HBHS Cheer History

Emma Harley, Staff Writer March 22, 2022

Matthew Klotz ‘22 has been a member of the HBHS Cheerleading team since freshman year, participating in both the fall and winter seasons. He has earned the title of captain, as well as an equally impressive...

To Go or Not To Go

To Go or Not To Go

Amanda Gardiner, Staff Writer March 18, 2022

As a junior in high school the first question most people ask you is “so where are you thinking about going for college?” No matter how many times I get asked this question I never know how to answer...

Lovering stands with Buddy, the horse she competed with this summer. Lovering has ridden Buddy for two years, and just recently started helping ride more lessons horses at Fox Creek. As well as her own familys horse Roxy. When it comes to looking towards the future, “I want to continue doing IEA and I also want to focus on training my horse Roxy!” said Lovering.

Eve Lovering Feature

Theresa Cullen, Op-Ed Editor March 17, 2022

Despite the near twenty degree winter weather, Eve Lovering, a rider at Fox Creek farm in Hollis, can be found on Monday nights riding and taking care of the lesson horses. Lovering has been around horses...

A students phone shows all of their alarms turned on for school early in the morning. With school starting at 7:40 AM, many students need to wake up between 6:00 and 7:00 AM. “I wake up at 6:30 every morning to come to school on time,” said Melissa Burgher ‘22.

Why are Teens not Getting Enough Sleep?

Rachel Lindof, Assistant Head Editor March 16, 2022

Wake up, go to school, go to work, finish homework, go to bed, repeat. This seems to be what life looks like for many high school students today. Add in extracurricular activities, sports practices and...

Claire Paré is pictured here with fellow HBHS English Department teachers Mrs. Grosse and Mrs. Flaherty, gearing up for Paré’s first year of teaching. “I would love to take another class with Mrs. Paré! English has always been one of my favorite classes and she has a wonderful way of teaching it.” said Colie Toupin ‘22, a former student of Paré’s.

Mrs. Paré Feature

Kelsey Sova, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

Sometimes, the way a student's school year pans out, depends on their teachers. The teachers make or break the classes. To most, classes become more enjoyable when the students find that they can easily...

At the annual Chemo Care Package Event in the RMMS Gym, 1,500 packages were assembled to be distributed to local treatment centers and hospitals. Visit their website to find out how to donate, and get involved.

Pink Revolution’s 2021 Chemo Care Package Event Summary

Lauren Rogers, Head Editor March 14, 2022

  On November 13, Pink Revolution hosted its 3rd Annual Chemo Care Package Event in the Gym of Richard Maghakian Memorial School. During this event, 1,500 chemo care packages were assembled by...

Upcoming Sports 3/14

March 14, 2022

Spring sports ( except for Volleyball) tryouts start on Monday, March 21st. Volleyball starts on Monday, March 28th. Athletes must register on familyid ( https://hello.familyid.com/) prior to tryouts. Click...

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