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Senior Julia Kelly enjoying her final season of high school soccer.

Kicking it to Iona

by Beth Keefe, Multimedia Manager May 26, 2016

It was a hot day in September and Julia Kelly was gearing up for the second half of the first game of her final season. She was huffing and puffing while the sun glistened down on the soccer field. Her...

Students prepare for fashion show

Students prepare for fashion show

by Beth Keefe, Multimedia Manager February 24, 2016

For several years, Glen Rock High School’s Interact Club has been putting on the Interact Club Fashion Show, this year’s show will take place Feb. 24, 2016. Interact club is an organization that...

Considering a new form of journalism

by Beth Keefe, Multimedia Manager January 22, 2016

As journalism expands, newspapers and magazines have become second to the new fad of internet based information; much of today’s news can be found with just a click of a button. In October 2014, a...

The newly hired English teacher, Ms. Randi Metsch-Ample, will begin teaching in Glen Rock on Dec. 7.

Search for new English teacher comes to an end

by Beth Keefe, Multimedia Manager November 12, 2015

The ongoing search for a replacement English teacher has come to its conclusion. As of Dec. 7, English teacher Ms. Randi Metsch-Ample, will be joining the English Department. Department Leader Ms. Patricia...

A sign indicating the unisex bathroom located in the junior hallway was installed shortly after winter break, a step toward making the school more accessible.

Unisex bathroom replaces men’s faculty restroom

by Beth Keefe, Managing Editor January 16, 2015

Glen Rock High School has implemented a policy change for the bathroom in the junior hallway, changing the former male faculty to restroom to a unisex lavatory usable by both students and faculty members. Last...

Meaningful classes define history teacher’s goal

by Beth Keefe, Managing Editor January 8, 2015

“You’re all bright kids," a smiling history teacher says to his class as they move into groups. The above is an encouraging phrase that History and Documentary Film teacher  Paul McCrary says...

Just a few days after she was born, Avery feels right at home.

It’s a girl!

by Beth Keefe, Managing Editor September 29, 2014

Just two weeks ago, Glen Rock High School’s Special Education teacher William Crispino welcomed a beautiful and healthy baby girl into his family. Avery Rose Crispino was born at Morristown Hospital...

Dan Frissora’s Top 10 Places to Eat

by Dan Frissora, Food Critic June 12, 2014

10. Cafeteria food I just wrote about the simplicity of a chicken patty, some quality food in the cafeteria. Known for being inexpensive, convenient, and tasty, cafeteria food still comes in last place...

The fare at Friendlys is very comforting.

Friendly’s Reivew

by Dan Frissora, Food Critic May 20, 2014

When you go to Friendly’s, there is a lot that you can expect; such as service that is welcoming, pleasant, approachable and, overall – friendly. The great service, along with the countless foods...

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