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Tuesday June 28, 2016

HHS Field of Honor Partners with Harrison Library For The Stories They Tell

    Harrison High School presented the Fifth Annual Field of Honor flag display, with…

Parsons Memorial Students Celebrate Heritage and End of the Year

    Students at Parsons Memorial Elementary school celebrated the end of the year with…

LMK Eighth Graders Excel At National Italian Examination

    Louis M. Klein Middle School eighth grade students challenged themselves by taking the…

HHS 2016 Spring Varsity Athletes and Coaches Receive Post Season Awards

    Congratulations to the Harrison High School Spring Varsity athletes and coaches who received…

HHS Senior Presents Donation to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

    Harrison High School senior Taylor Graustein presented a check for $6,000 to Memorial…

Four HHS Science Research Students Awarded at Westlake Science Fair

    Congratulations to Harrison High School Science Research students Leslie An, Ari Heilbrunn, Keo…

HHS Advanced Two Teams in Moody’s Math Challenge for the Second Straight Year

    The two Harrison High School Moody’s Mega Math Challenge teams advanced to the…

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Harrison High School senior Rose Stokoe was awarded a prestigious Certificate of Merit by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in its 31st Annual Gold Circle Awards. Ms. Stokoe was cited in the category of General or Humor Commentary for news publication for her article #No One Cares in this past year’s Husky Herald.

 

Ms. Stokoe, under the guidance of advisor Gary Glauber, has been writing for the Husky Herald for the past three years. While she has written many articles on a wide-range of topics, she is enjoying the commentary style of writing and hopes to continue contributing to a college newspaper wherever she chooses to attend next fall.

 

Since 1984, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association has recognized outstanding achievement in both verbal and visual categories for newspapers, magazines, and yearbooks. Digital media categories were added in 2009. This year, the Gold Circle Awards attracted 7,128 entries from newspapers and magazines produced by students at colleges, universities, and secondary schools throughout the United States.

 

To read, Ms. Stokoe’s award winning column, please click here.

 

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