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Spooky Buddies event a massive success at Huntley High School

Spooky Buddies event a massive success at Huntley High School

Kenzie Weinberg

October 30, 2019

On Tuesday, Oct. 29, Best Buddies and National Honors Society held their first ever Spooky Buddies event at Huntley High School, which helped raise money for Best Buddies monthly programming and to potentially send buddies to next years Best Buddies Leadership Conference.    Best Buddies promotes inclusion throughout H...

Huntley raises awareness for intellectual disabilities

Huntley raises awareness for intellectual disabilities

Amelia Pozniak

October 20, 2019

Sunday, Oct. 20, Huntley Police Department held their fourth annual Law Enforcement Torch Trick-or-Treat Trot which benefits Illinois’ Special Olympics. The Special Olympics provides a variety of sports, training, and competition to children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The purpose is ...

Speech fundraiser brings in fiesta

Speech fundraiser brings in fiesta

Sarah Biernat

January 31, 2018

As the winter cold front swept into Chipotle's foyer, hungry customers waited eagerly to get their hands on a burrito bowl, taco, or burrito. While this is the normal turnout during weekday evenings, this night was for Huntley’s Speech Team. On Jan. 30, the Chipotle off of Algonquin Road hosted the second...

Committee of the Whole Discusses New Plans for HHS Courses and More

Committee of the Whole Discusses New Plans for HHS Courses and More

Braden Turk

November 3, 2017

District 158 held its regular Committee of the Whole meeting this past Thursday, covering a wide range of financial, curriculum, and construction topics. District 158 is pushing forward with ideas for expansions on the German and dual-credit speech-language courses. Fully signing these classes o...

A Spooky October for Trump

A Spooky October for Trump

Austin Stadie

October 24, 2017

Last week, former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush came back into the public eye to warn Americans about the shortcomings of nationalism and the adverse effects it has on democracy as we know it. The media and general public interpreted this as a direct reprimand of President Trump and h...

The Right to Kneel

Austin Stadie

October 10, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence walked out of a Colts game on October 8 in protest of players kneeling during the national anthem. By doing so, he reduced an anthem, meant to unify the American people, to a political stunt. “President Trump and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers,...

A Night to Remember

A Night to Remember

Bri Governale

May 2, 2017

The skies were dark, and the weather was cold and rainy, yet everyone had a smile on their face. Prom 2017 was really “An Enchanted Evening.” The night started off with a surprise performance from Grammy winning artist, The Chainsmokers. Andrew Taggart introduced himself, which sent a flood of...

District 158 Board of Education Meeting Highlights Student Achivements

District 158 Board of Education Meeting Highlights Student Achivements

Emma Kubelka

April 23, 2017

Huntley school district 158 held a board meeting on April 20, 2017. The Board of Education meeting took place as usual, recognizing students, donation discussions, and action plans. Six students were recognized from the Principal advisory committee at Huntley high school. These students ranged from ...

Students prepare for high school with orientation

Students prepare for high school with orientation

Sarah Biernat

April 18, 2017

Outside Huntley High´s cafeteria, it was a battle zone. Juniors Jacob Lopez and Ben Johnson were reenacting a scene from the fall play, Macbeth; they were slaughtering their opponents. Reliving the scene a dozen times throughout the night, they captivated the audience's attention every time. Wedne...

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...

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