Spartan Times

Students attempt to kick out cancer for a fellow Spartan

Justin Rimpi

February 25, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

There are very few things that will be done at HHHS this year, if ever that will go to such a tremendous cause. That cause was a fund-raising effort undertaken by both students and faculty to raise money for one of their fellow...

Military Academy prepares for one of biggest days of year

Justin Rimpi

February 17, 2016

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It is that time of year again as the HHH Military Academy is due to undergo their annual inspection. This whole process is more formerly referred to as the Unit Accreditation. This is an all day affair that will take the inspectors...

Battle of Sexes Pep Rally: A true battle of the highest-order

Justin Rimpi

February 13, 2016

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The Battle of the Sexes Pep Rally was truly a battle up until the very last game. The boys and girls side was all tied after all the activities were completed and there was only one option left to explore. That option was a random...

When will your sentence end?

Samantha Smith

February 3, 2016

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The Semicolon Project is a non-profit organization to help those with depression, thoughts of hurting themselves or others, suicide, addiction, or even anxiety. Lots of adolescents have been suffering greatly from the aforementioned...

Up the Down Staircase is looking up for the Drama Club

Grace Tompkins

January 27, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

The Drama Club is doing a new production; Up the Down Staircase. This production is based on the film from 1967, in the storyline Sylvia Barrett is the main character. She is a rookie teacher at New York's inner-city Calvin Co...

To be or not to be? Should the Electoral College be abolished?

Natalya Valentini

January 17, 2016

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The Electoral College’s first design was written out and described in Article two section one of the United States Constitution. It is elaborate design that had rules like each state being given a number of electors equal to t...

How El Nino affects the world’s climate

Ashley Acosta and Justin Rimpi

January 16, 2016

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El Nino is the irregular series of climate changes mostly affecting the equatorial Pacific region, in addition to other areas of the world. It is characterized by the appearance of warm, nutrient-poor water off the coast of northern...

Put Pen to Paper as Exam Week is Here!

December 11, 2015

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Exam Week for the First Semester has arrived. Monday December 14th is a regular school day. Students should attend school and will be expected to visit all seven of their classes. On Tuesday December 15th students will visit their...

The Time for Food Drive has come

Justin Rimpi

October 30, 2015

Filed under News, News Briefs

As the Holiday season is coming up, so is the HHHS Food Drive. To make this Food Drive a little more competitive some clubs and classes have challenged one another. The items will go to families in need in time for the holidays...

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