The Voice

Bradley Aney: more than just a teacher

Bradley Aney: more than just a teacher

Alex Hartleb

March 11, 2020

Arriving at Huntley High School back in 2009, social studies teacher Bradley Aney has had a major role in the school that, over time, has only gotten bigger and bigger. Currently, Aney is a head football coach, the traveling program coordinator, a Link Crew teacher, the teacher union president, assist...

One in 300: Getting to know our teachers

One in 300: Getting to know our teachers

Emmy Cohen

September 28, 2019

As the bell rings and Maggie Fulling approaches her regular class, she says every single day, "Good morning!"As her class responds, a smile jumps across Fulling’s face as she knows she’s in her happy place.  "She greeted the class every day with a 'good morning' and I really liked that. Her ove...

Teacher’s We Love – Mr. Lachel

Lachel stands with fellow students (B. Walker)

Bry Walker

October 12, 2016

Huntley High School history department teacher Erik Lachel leaves a huge impact on many of his students, I interviewed him to find out more about this teacher we love. I decided to teach because …   “I dropped out of high school and began to work because my [war veteran] father was sick due...

Decades Day (SPIRIT WEEK)

Decades Day (SPIRIT WEEK)

Katie Gallegos

October 3, 2013

Students showed off their vintage wear on Decades Day. Freshmen dressed for the '50s, sophomores for the '60s, juniors for the '70s, and seniors for the '80s. Teaches also dressed, working their best '90s wear.

On the highway to Huntley High

Kayla Garcia

December 21, 2012

The typical high school student hits the road for school between 6:30 and 7 a.m. Whether they pick up a friend or drive alone, it is usually a straight few miles. It is normal for these teens, even when they’re stuck in treacherous Main Street traffic. What most students do not consider when they...

District plans to hire with population increase

Tyler Davis

March 3, 2012

District 158 administrators have decided to hire an additional eight teachers in order to accommodate the incoming freshman class. The district has had a slowdown in hiring over the past three years. Teachers have been hired only to fill spots of teachers who have retired. A few positions have been moved from the elementary schools to the high school as well, ...

Segregation in Classrooms

Segregation in Classrooms

Franca Onyibor

October 18, 2011

As the teacher dutifully attempts to fill in as much notes as he can in the forty-seven minute class period, junior Kyle Nejman intensely clings onto to every word. However, his neighbor is not quite as fortunate to immediately pickup on every statement presented. “The person I was working with...