The HHS Infrastructural Advocacy Team was hard at work planning another professional development event for staff. Seen here are: Mr. Cohen, Mr. Maselli, Ms. Krueger, and Ms Milewski.
Ms. Durso held one of her team prep for the Academic Decathlon, in which HHS took second place overall and are moving on to state competition.
The Journalism class was named the class of the month for February. They were recognized as “enthusiastic learners” and were presented with the certificate below by Principal Montesano (pictured with class below) and Assistant Principal Lozano.
By Xavier Cherry
February is a very busy and important time in the NBA and also in the NFL. In the NBA we are slowly creeping up on many important dates such as, the trade deadline, All-Star Weekend, and teams in the playoff race are still trying to make a playoff push. Meanwhile in the NFL, Super Bowl 52 gave us a good game and some solid surprises.
Even though the Eagles had the same record as the Patriots, people looked at them as underdogs and it was like that the whole playoffs. Surprise, the Eagles defeated the Patriots and are now champions.
Even though all eyes were on the Super Bowl, many transactions happened, such as Alex Smith being traded from the Chiefs to the the Redskins.
Meanwhile, the NBA is reaching the halfway mark of the season as All-Star weekend is approaching. The NBA is trying a new method for the All-Star game, by using a playground style method, as there was two captains who pick the teams.
Trade deadline is also approaching and many blockbuster trades are seeming like they are going to happen that will shake up the league. A big trade just happened recently, as Blake Griffin, former Los Angeles Clipper, was traded to the Detroit Pistons.
Many teams are still pushing for a playoff spot, as the race this year is very competitive.