A Project for Better Journalism chapter


How National Walkout Day Played Out Nationally

March 16, 2018 10:25pm | Jessica Shaw

On March 14th, many students from all over the United States were walking out of their classes to protest for stricter gun control. The walkout was also organized for the purpose of remembering the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School from […]

Controversial Walk-Out

March 16, 2018 10:21pm | Emily Gray

The national walk-out has got millions of students and teachers out of their seats. Either to pay respects to the 17 Florida students who lost their lives or take a stand against gun control. A lot of schools encouraged the walk-out while others banned it. […]

Blessed Dress

March 16, 2018 10:16pm | Jiana Schrock

In past years, Harrisonville High School has participated in, or hosted, events that are angled towards young women who may not be financially stable enough to purchase a dress for prom. This year, Harrisonville High school will be taking a group of girls up to […]

Contradicting Prom Location

March 14, 2018 5:08pm | Libby East

For the past two years, Harrisonville’s prom has been held at Stoney Creek in Independence. However, this year the event will be held in town at the Beck Event Center. Since the prom has never been local before, there are mixed opinions. “I feel like […]

What are lockers for again?

February 6, 2018 8:30pm | Giana Schrock

HHS lockers seem to be used less and less each year. Often times, upperclassmen are the ones who neglect to use them. Underclassmen such as freshmen and sophomores will tend to use them more often. Jayden Osborn, a sophomore here at HHS said, “Personally I […]

Flu Epidemic

February 6, 2018 8:26pm | Jessica Shaw

The flu epidemic across the United States is making many students too sick to come to school. More and more kids are getting ill as each day passes, lowering daily attendance at schools. According to the Kansas City Star, Missouri had the highest percentage of […]

History Teacher Uproar

January 25, 2018 8:21pm | Belen Lomeli

When it comes to teachers, there are some who are your favorite and some that are not. If you get stuck with an unpleasant teacher, it isn’t too fun. However, when you get an awesome teacher like Harrisonville history teacher Eric DeVenney, they become your […]

Next Years Block Schedule

January 25, 2018 8:18pm | Courtney Wilson

Next year Harrisonville High School’s schedule might be changing. We will be going to a modified block schedule. People have very different opinions on this. The modified block will be set up with Monday, Tuesday, and Friday as normal days (8, 45 minute classes a […]

HHS teacher escorted out of classroom

January 23, 2018 8:41pm | Cody Hixon

On Monday, Dec. 11, during second hour history teacher Andrew Rives was escorted out of his classroom.  He never returned. Not before Christmas, and not after. Then, after break, many students were assigned to new classes with different teachers. Students were given no explanation about […]

Summer Classes Available

April 20, 2017 7:46pm | Isaac Long

Summer is right around the corner. Most students are all ready to relax and get away from school. But even with it being summer break we all could use a little learning to keep those creative juices stirring. Luckily here at HHS, there are a […]