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Bend, twist, stretch into the new year

Bend, twist, stretch into the new year

by Sophie Ferreri, Senior Staff Writer
January 6, 2017 • 166 views
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If your apathy for a typical cardio or muscle workout keeps you from reaching your fitness goals, you’re in need of an introduction to a new form of physical activity to attain your New Year's resolutions. Dr. Kathleen Regan, Director of Curriculum, along with Mr. Frank Violante, Athletic Director...

Self-defense instructor teaches girls to protect themselves

Self-defense instructor teaches girls to protect themselves

by Colin Morrow and Dylaney Sabino
January 6, 2017 • 158 views
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Thirty girls from the junior and senior classes attended a self-defense course in the APR room on Monday, Dec. 19. The class was aimed to prepare the girls for college and insure that they would be safe while on their own. The class was taught by Ms. Jennifer Cassetta, a professional self-defense...

Can you escape the Glen Rock Library?

Can you escape the Glen Rock Library?

by Isis Kirkland, Staff Writer
December 19, 2016 • 144 views
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The Glen Rock Public Library jumped on the bandwagon and followed a fad that has swept the nation. The library hosted an "escape room" on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. Escape rooms gained popularity last summer. Since then, new establishments and programs have been created all over the country. The name explain...

Scary clowns spark terror this Halloween

Scary clowns spark terror this Halloween

by Kate Casey, Advertising and Business Manager
October 28, 2016 • 260 views
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Suspicious sightings of clowns have been reported throughout the east coast and has sparked a state of panic. This situation has also created anxiety for many parents this Halloween. Dr. Paula Valenti, Glen Rock superintendent, sent a letter to parents informing them of the situation and asking th...

Acrid odor in cafeteria deemed safe

Acrid odor in cafeteria deemed safe

by Sophie Ferreri, Snapchat Manager
October 6, 2016 • 293 views
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Students felt nauseated due to a mysterious smell in the cafeteria during their lunch period yesterday. Lunch duty faculty and the maintenance department rushed to open windows to air out the cafeteria while students sat holding their noses. “My eyes were watering. I hate the smell of gas,”...

Freshman class chooses new representatives

Freshman class chooses new representatives

by Nicole Settlow, Staff Writer
September 30, 2016 • 215 views
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The freshman class of 2020 hosted a breakfast election before school in the cafeteria at on Sept. 27, 2016, to fill the roles of president, vice president, treasurer, corresponding secretary, and recording secretary. During the breakfast, candidates running gave speeches explaining why they fit an...

Student dismissal rules see major changes

Student dismissal rules see major changes

by Ben Solomon, Staff Writer
September 29, 2016 • 312 views
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Vice Principal Mike Pasciuto announced a new school rule that restricts students from being excused mid-class or without a parent being present. Pasciuto presented the rule to the junior class on Tuesday, Sept. 13. It was created over the summer and added to the student handbooks. “The number o...

Annual blood drive increases donors

Annual blood drive increases donors

by Daisy Tahan, Staff Writer
September 28, 2016 • 118 views
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New Jersey Blood Services asked students sixteen years or older to donate blood in the APR on Wednesday, September 28. The blood drive was held in the All Purpose Room from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Junior Gabriella Feige and Senior Laurent Shiels ran this year's blood drive and worked hard to ensu...

Junior class considers potential change of date for prom

Junior class considers potential change of date for prom

by Sophie Ferreri, Snapchat Manager
September 28, 2016 • 410 views
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Students of the junior class left their welcoming grade assembly appalled at the idea of breaking tradition and holding prom on a Thursday instead of a Friday, and then conduct a mandatory "field day" the following morning. The assembly was held during the first week of school for juniors only. The...

Save a life in 15 minutes

Save a life in 15 minutes

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Copy Editor
September 27, 2016 • 174 views
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According to The American Red Cross, every three seconds someone in America needs blood. Laurent Shiels ('17) and Gabby Feige ('18) will help those who need blood by running the annual blood drive. Shiels and Feige were appointed by Mikaela Rosen and Celia Hans, two recent graduates, who previousl...

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