WH In The News

  • WH in the News - VOTE for Best Logo - GO STREAKS!

    Posted by Christina Page on 4/2/2020


    LehighValleyLive is running a contest for the best High School LOGO - vote HERE and often for the BlueStreaks!

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  • WH in the News- Help WH Robotics protect 1st responders - UPDATE

    Posted by Christina Page on 3/31/2020



    WHRHS Robotics is partnering with WHRSD, Special Technical Services in Hackettstown & Mt. Olive HS to make 10,000 plastic face shields for those on the front line.  Please use the link below to help raise money for this awesome endeavor! 

    $8,660 has been raised to date!


    Senator Doherty commends Robotics students for their initiative.

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  • WH in the News - Girls Basketball All Conference Players

    Posted by Christina Page on 3/29/2020

    Congratulations to our girl's basketball players who have been named All Conference for the 2019-2020 season!


    Heather Laffon named All Conference Valley Division 1st Team! Heather finished her career with 1101 career points and 200 steals - she is a HWS Champion, Conference Champion and Sectional Champ with a 4 year record of 84-29!


    Meghan Dufner selected to the All Conference Valley Division 2nd Team! She finished this season with 223 pts, 153 reb and led the team with 71 steals!


    Madelyn Morgan for her All Conference Honorable Mention! She finished this year with 223 pts, 123 rebounds, 55 assists and 49 steals - all as a sophomore!


    Advika Thandoni for her selection to All Conference Valley Division 2nd Team! She finished her career with 113 blocks and 580 rebounds!


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  • WH in the News - Girls Basketball #36 in State!

    Posted by Christina Page on 3/24/2020


    Congratulations to the Lady Streaks who finished their season 22-9, #36 in the State, and Sectional Champs!

    Top 50 Girls Basketball Teams

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  • WH in the News - Raptor Trust visits WH

    Posted by Christina Page on 3/23/2020

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    On Friday, March 6th, the Warren Hills FFA sponsored a presentation for the agriculture classes with Sherry Stern from Raptor Trust.  Raptor Trust is an organization that takes in injured wild birds and rehabilitates them to be released back into the wild. She spoke about how wild birds could be injured, how to care for them including what food and other supplies they might need as well as volunteer opportunities on their farm. To end the presentation, she presented her American Kestrel Falcon, shared how it was injured and the rehabilitation process that took place at Raptor Trust. Over 6,000 injured birds were brought to Raptor Trust for care in 2019.

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