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Austin Zenaty

Austin Zenaty, Staff Writer

Austin Zenaty is a staff writer this year, and its his second year with The Voice. In his freetime Austin likes to hang out with friends, and like to cook too. He had 5 surgeries in my lifetime so far. Two surgeries on the hips, and another two on the hips again when he was 3, and one knee surgery when he was 13.

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There were a wide variety of topics discussed from teacher recognitions to new busses at one of the last BOE meetings of the school year.

Board of Education April 21

An overview of the most recent Board of Education meeting as the school year is coming to and end.
By Austin Zenaty
April 26, 2022

The monthly Board of Education meeting was held Thursday, April 21. The meeting started off with principal Marcus Belin talking about the swimmer Gavin...

The student parking lot may be one of the more dangerous areas at HHS.

HHS students- aggressive driving needs to stop

Reckless driving in the student parking lot causes several accidents, posing a threat to the safety of students at Huntley
By Austin Zenaty
February 15, 2022

Students rush to come in and out of the student parking lot at Huntley High School. At the beginning of the school day and during blended periods, students...

Taylor runs in a Huntley cross country meet

The many talents of Peyton Taylor

Sophomore athlete competes in multiple HHS sports and battles a season-ending injury.
By Austin Zenaty
November 29, 2021

Peyton Taylor is a sophomore at Huntley High School. He started playing sports at the age of five. The first sport he played was basketball. He is currently...

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Blended with a twist

Blended learning is happening with a new rule
By Austin Zenaty
October 21, 2021

Blended learning is when students get to go anywhere around the school to do work. It has been going on for years, and this year is going to be different...

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Teacher Appreciation Week: gratitude for our mentors

By Austin Zenaty
May 9, 2021

Teacher Appreciation Week is a week where students show support for their teachers and how thankful they are for them. Students may bring small gifts...

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March BOE Meeting

By Austin Zenaty
March 20, 2021

At 6 p.m on March 18, the members of the District 158 Board of Education began their monthly meeting via Zoom. They sat down to talk publicly about whether...

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Zoom rules should stay strict

By Austin Zenaty
January 12, 2021

Some people do not like having their cameras on during a zoom call. I am one of them because I am a person that does not like to show myself.  Most teachers...

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Junior Lauren Raupp’s creativity takes the floor

By Austin Zenaty
November 16, 2020

Creativity is a beautiful thing. Lauren Raupp, a junior at Huntley High School, has been drawing since she was little. She enjoys drawing and painting...

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More asynchronous days would benefit students

By Austin Zenaty
October 28, 2020

If teachers give us more asynchronous days, some of us will show massive improvement in our learning. Synchronous is when students must attend class, and...

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How Zoom affects students with IEPs and test accommodations

By Austin Zenaty
October 7, 2020

Students who normally have Individualized Education Programs or 504 plans have testing accommodations. The accommodations allow for them to get their tests...

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