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Juniors Fears of Becoming Seniors

As juniors are coming to the end of their 3rd year and getting close to the beginning of their senior and many are fearing senior. Junior Ashley Hetherington said, “I have a fear of everything changing too fast or it all being over too soon.” Junior Grady Gilvin said, “I have a fear of once we graduate, we will lose contact with our friends.” There are some juniors aren’t fearin…

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Jessica Toler

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  • Baseball Season Hit-Off
    The 2018 baseball season is being hit – off with a tournament. Harrisonville High School’s baseball team will be
  • Hot or Cold?
    The most common comments about the weather right now is ”It’s too cold, I wish it were warmer out.” As warmer weat
  • Winter Spirit Week
    Everyone is excited for February 5-9 for Spirit day for the winter homecoming party. This year’s theme is “Aloha
  • Swim Team
    The High School Swim Team is always full of girls ready to learn and swim, but the coaching and coaches tend to change,
  • Foundation Scholarships for Seniors Due
    Tomorrow, April 13, all of the Foundation Scholarships for HHS seniors are due. There are ten scholarships available to
  • Spring Break Fun in KC Area
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