Ed Sheeran’s new album titled “÷” (Divide) was released on March 3 after a lengthy sabbatical. In Dec. 2015, Sheeran announced his break from music and social media. After a year without new music, Sheeran made his return on Jan. 6, 2017. On January 6, […]
The Harrisonville Bright Futures program began in April 2012 and strives to help meet student needs with resources in the community. It is a community organization that gets the schools involved, resulting in many of the Bright Futures participants being high school students. One of […]
Welcome to PBJ Chapters, the student news website at this high school. We’re working with the Project for Better Journalism, a non-profit organization, to publish — more content coming soon!
The newest and last school musical of the year was Oklahoma!, a Western-themed romance. The show’s opening night was on April 13, and it showed through Saturday, April 16. The musical, as with all previous musicals and plays, has well-made sets that are detailed […]
This article is for satirical purposes only and not meant to be taken seriously. It’s just a prank, bro. With the upcoming election this November, there is a flurry of presidential candidates. However, there’s only one that you should vote for, and I can […]
With very few art competitions in which Harrisonville High School competes in, the art competition at Ray-Pec High School on November 12 was an important one. Students did everything from painting a still-life, drawing a still-life, drawing models and figures, and even sculpting from […]
On Tuesday, National Honors Society took a field trip to Harvesters where they packed grapefruit which will be sent out to families. Harvesters is a food bank, located in Kansas City, whose goal is to provide food and basic household products to those who do […]
On Saturday, several band members traveled to the University of Central Missouri to audition for All District Jazz Band. Senior Ethan Reece received first chair in All District Jazz Band. Junior Reznor Barnes followed his as third chair, and senior Dylan Reed then took his […]