The Voice

Huntley Speech Team is going to Nationals

Huntley Speech Team is going to Nationals

Camille Paddock

March 8, 2017

On Saturday March 4, the HHS Speech Team competed in a tournament at Glenbrook North. The tournament was the Northern Illinois District tournament through the National Speech and Debate Association, and would determine which members of the team would go on to compete at the national competition in Birmingham,...

Huntley choir kids compete at IHSA Solo and Ensemble Contest

Huntley choir kids compete at IHSA Solo and Ensemble Contest

Mawa Iqbal

March 7, 2017

Students of Huntley High School's bands and choirs traveled to Harvard High School to compete in the IHSA Solo/Ensemble Contest on March 4. Of the 163 entries, 122 of them earned a rating of Division I and 41 Division II ratings. Performances in the vocal category ranged from duets and quartets, to...

Huntley Theater Blows Away Another Audience with “Fuddy Meers”

Huntley Theater Blows Away Another Audience with “Fuddy Meers”

Emma Kubelka

March 7, 2017

The Huntley theater was overflowed with family members and friends this weekend, as a selection of Huntley’s thespians put on “Fuddy Meers."  The story line of the show included a small cast of seven interesting characters. Each cast member's part had an issue of their own, varying from drug a...

District 158’s Board of Education proposes new reading standards

District 158’s Board of Education proposes new reading standards

Nicholas Fleege

March 3, 2017

District 158’s Board of Education conducted a Committee of the Whole meeting on March 2. As typical the meeting was lead by board president Donald Drzal. The board spotlighted two students from HHS’s youth residency program. Seniors Paul Singh and Zack Whitaker shared their thoughts and experie...

Board of Education celebrates dance team win

Board of Education celebrates dance team win

Nicholas Fleege

February 27, 2017

District 158’s Board of Education conducted a regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 23. President Donald Drzal headed the Thursday meeting and all board members were in attendance. Five eighth grade students from Marlowe Middle School’s theater department lead the Pledge of Allegiance, and a...

IHSA Solo/Ensemble Concert

IHSA Solo/Ensemble Concert

Faith Losbanes

February 27, 2017

Last night, Huntley High School students performed a vocal and instrumental concert in preparation for the IHSA Solo Ensemble Competition. There were just over 40 short musical performances split into three sections, each an hour long. The show included solo performances, duets, ensembles, quartets,...

Mr. HHS Pageant is a success

Mr. HHS Pageant is a success

Courtney Thomas

February 22, 2017

he Mr. HHS 2017 competition took place Feb. 14 in the auditorium. Eight boys took to the stage at 7 p.m. to compete to win a free tux rental for prom. The contestants were seniors Nico Tolentino, Justin Padayhag, Cameron Nachreiner, Hunter Kowalski, Nicholas Laughlin, Austin Krause, Dakotah Henn, an...

Speech team heads down state

Speech team heads down state

Mawa Iqbal

February 19, 2017

After a successful regional two weeks ago and a considerably competitive sectional tournament last week, Huntley High School Speech Team looks forward to the IHSA State competition in Peoria, Illinois. The team took on the Rochelle Regional on Feb. 11, where they advanced 10 out of all 14 events onto...

Orchesis performs spring dance concert

Orchesis performs spring dance concert

Sarah Biernat

February 13, 2017

On Feb. 11, in the PAC, JV Choreographer Samantha Barnewolt walked towards the center of the stage. With the clunking of her booties, she confidently prefaced the Orchesis show. Once she left, the lights dimmed as the annual spring concert began. With more new dancers than returning ones, the curta...

HHS Medical Club hosts benefit dinner for two juniors battling cancer

HHS Medical Club hosts benefit dinner for two juniors battling cancer

Camille Paddock

February 13, 2017

On Friday night, HOSA hosted a benefit dinner for two HHS juniors: Julia Peluso and Jessica Diaz. The night had been planned for some time and took a lot of preparation. Members of HOSA had to sell tickets and advertise to get as many people to come and support as possible. Peluso and Diaz were...

The Board of Education celebrates successes of curriculum implementation

The Board of Education celebrates successes of curriculum implementation

Alex Landman

February 3, 2017

On Thursday, Feb. 2 the Consolidated School District 158 board members and administration held their regularly scheduled meeting at the district office. The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance, led by middle school cheerleaders, followed by a short Q&A by President Donald Drzal. The main topic...

Norovirus takes over the US

Norovirus takes over the US

Bri Governale

January 31, 2017

January brings cold weather, and dry air. It also is the perfect time for sickness to sneak up on students and keep them from school and work. On Jan. 9 800 students from St. Charles East High School called out of school with symptoms of the stomach flu (Norovirus). At 2 p.m. students who did at...

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