By: Sierra Miller
At the beginning of the second semester, several classrooms in the Elizabethtown Area High School began using a new system called e-hallpass. According Robert Crick, high school assistant principal, the “objective of e-hallpass is to provide a system by which students and staff can effectively utilize ‘passes’ in a 1:1 (Chromebook) learning environment.” Currently, the system is only being piloted, but after the 1:1 Personalized Learning Initiative is implemented next year, and every high school student has a Chromebook, e-hallpass will be incorporated throughout the entire high school. The middle school is currently using the e-hallpass system.
The Elizabethtown High School Gay-Straight Alliance announced the results of their annual Pie a Teacher in the Face fundraiser, which was held from February 25 to March 1.
By: Adrienne Nolt
The school board considered new renovation plans for the Elizabethtown Area School District at the board meeting on February 26. If approved, Mill Road Elementary School would be closed and Rheems Elementary School, the Middle School, and the High School would be renovated.
In January, Elizabethtown Area High School launched an Esports Club through the
North America Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF). Esports is a competitive gaming league and has quickly grown into a massive industry. The EAHS e-bears compete in the Eastern Bracket of NASEF’s Winter League of Legends.
By: Nathaniel McCloud
Governor Wolf’s administration is warning against the use of e-cigarettes following a report by the U.S. Surgeon General regarding the dangers of vaping.
Auditions have finished, and rehearsals have begun for Elizabethtown Area High School’s spring musical production: Seussical. This year’s musical is perfect for people of all ages; children will love the costumes and characters while adults will enjoy the acting, singing and choreography.
If there’s an empty spot in your yard that you don’t know what to do with, or you’d like to support local clubs and wildlife, you’re in luck - The Elizabethtown Area High School Roots and Shoots Club is planning to run a drive to provide saplings to those willing to plant them.
Interviews By: Tristan Mabee
Interview comments from Elizabethtown Area High School students about the Midterm Elections.
By: Nathaniel McCloud
A bill recently passed in the State Legislature would extend suspension of the Keystone graduation requirements for high school students though the 2021-2022 school year. Governor Tom Wolf has said that he will sign the bill into law.