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The Voice

The Voice

The HHS Hub stands empty with rising COVID cases.

COVID cases rapidly rising at HHS

HHS is still in person after almost 900 cases district wide and the pressure for remote increases.
By Lindsay Hunter
January 19, 2022

The second semester of the 2021-2022 school year has begun. Students have reunited with each other at school after their two week long winter break from...

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Should Masks Be Required for Indoor Sports?

Athletes around the country debate about the safety of masked sports
By Brenden Boyle
October 19, 2021

As the basketballs are dribbled, the volleyballs are hit, and the wrestling mats are pounded, indoor athletes require a high oxygen intake in order to...

Covid tracing in Huntley High School

Covid tracing in Huntley High School

By Zoe Emerson
May 22, 2021

“I want to inform you that our school has received a report of a positive case of COVID-19 within our school community.” This phrase has become...

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Staycations can be better than vacations

By Gabrielle Terez, Staff Writer
April 21, 2021

When we spend so much time continuously working on school assignments and taking shifts from our jobs, we are eventually bound to feel burnt out at one...

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Teacher talk with Laura Devlin

By Kayla Sweeney
March 9, 2021

Laura Devlin is an English teacher here at Huntley High School. She mostly teaches English IV Responsibility and Engagement, and English IV Alienation...

Opened and closed

Opened and closed

By Brandon Smalley, Staff writer
February 27, 2021

In Huntley High school students had to partake in a new and virgin learning environment of online learning. Students have been asked to stay home and attend...

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Gianna Taylor finds her quarantine joy in cheerleading

By Ally Berens, Floating Editor
February 25, 2021

Before the pandemic had a large impact on society, after-school activities were still a large part of students’ lives. Cheerleading, in particular, requires...

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Should people be able to travel during COVID?

By Ally Jorgensen
December 13, 2020

As the temperature drops and snow starts to fall, many people like to travel in order to escape the winter cold. Normally this would be easy and safe,...

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IHSA postpones basketball season

By Shannon Magura
November 17, 2020

As the weather turns colder, and the COVID-19 cases continue to increase, the chances of students at Huntley High School returning for school start to...

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