Bring it to the light

  It’s hard to blame anyone. It’s difficult, heart-wrenching, real. So when we point the finger at schools for not doing enough for their students, we need to realize that it’s not easy for them either. They spend nearly seven hours a day with the student body. There has to be some sort of connection.…

Boys basketball destined for slam dunk

    Objectively, change raises doubt, especially when it is so drastic and the result of it is unpredictable. As eyebrows raise over how the varsity boys basketball team will perform this upcoming season, the group is preparing and adjusting nonetheless.   TK Hammond, senior, who has been on the varsity team all 4 years,…

High school changes teacher’s life

  As a child who hoped to be deaf so she could escape the mean remarks of other kids, Andye Wolff, DHH teacher, turned to special education and deaf studies in college.   Wolff didn’t have the best school experience, especially in high school.   “School in California was very separated. It was very different…

Singing the truth

  Adria Herscher, director of choirs and music department chair, is considered by many of her students to be one of the more influential teachers at HR. Though she has succeeded in a lot through all her years of teaching, she has also faced many hardships. Yet, you can still find her dancing and singing…