The Voice

Math Team comes out on top at Grant HS Invite

Math Team comes out on top at Grant HS Invite

Bri Governale

December 5, 2016

On Dec. 3 the Huntley High School Math Team competed in the Grant High school Invite. It was yet another successful completion for the team. The team arrived at Grant High school ready to compete, but their team was very small. They all went into it thinking it would be a tough competition. "We...

Growing in Math… Perhaps Exponentially

Growing in Math… Perhaps Exponentially

Emily Kindl

November 4, 2016

What? Why? How? Those are the reactions that senior William Roller has received many times when he reveals his love and passion for math. Some may think that is insane, not caring for math whatsoever. But Roller wants to use math in his future. No, not just for paying taxes. Roller strives t...

A desire to learn

A desire to learn

Mohammed Syed

December 13, 2015

ome things in life are hard to get through, but doing so makes a person successful.  One of these things is getting a PhD.  Although many teachers do not have one, math teacher Beth Knott does.   “I finished my PhD in March of 2013 from Roosevelt University," said Knott. “My dissertation was...

Math Team takes first in FVC competition

Math Team takes first in FVC competition

Kyle Sommerfield

January 22, 2014

  This is a year of renewal for Huntley High School’s math team.  With the program’s “founding fathers” graduating in 2013 and math teacher Brian Thornley beginning his first year as a coach, the team was ready to write its own history. And it succeeded, taking first in the Fox Valley Conference’s math competition Wednesday night.  The team ...

Krafting with Kris

Krafting with Kris

Holly Baldacci

November 16, 2012

When hazy, humid summers roll in, a peaceful atmosphere falls over McHenry County. School is out, kids spend their days running through sprinklers and slurping up slushies, and teachers may spend their days working second jobs until the school year rears its head yet again. During the long, warm days, Kr...

The Kalas Clown

The Kalas Clown

Kayla Garcia

March 3, 2012

Math teacher John Kalas stands with his arms folded at the front of his class. While most are either shuffling papers or shuffling into the class, Kalas is ready to begin. His jaw drops dramatically at the usually tardy students and he points with his hands at the bell work on the board. “Let’s...

math