WH In The News

  • WH in the News - Rutherford Hall to Showcase WH Film Students on July 26th!

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/24/2022

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    Awesome job yesterday by Sandy Eskow and Mr. Patricia.

    They were interviewed on WRNJ about her film and the Rutherfurd Film Festival this weekend, more information below!

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    In an effort to showcase local creativity of young students in the filmmaking arts, this festival will include submissions from students at: Blair Academy, Middletown High School, Millburn New Jersey and Warren Hills Regional High School.

    Tickets for the film festival can be pre-purchased online. Tickets are $7 for one screening session or $15 for entrance to all three screening sessions. The complete lineup is shown below in this article.

    ALWAYS A GREAT DAY TO BE A BLUE STREAK!

    RUTHERFORD HALL FILM FESTIVAL

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  • WH in the News - Lossenie Fofana #5 in NJ - 400M dash

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/24/2022
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  • WH in the News - Track & Field headed to Meet of Champions

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/13/2022

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    Congratulations to our track team for their great performance this past weekend at Pennsauken's NJSIAA Group Championships!  Warren Hills will be sending 6 (possibly 7) to next week’s Meet of Champions at Franklin High School.

    The boys 4x400 team will be the first relay to compete at MOC.

    Below are the results from this weekend.

    Complete Group 1 and 3 Results

    ·       Girls 4x100 19th 53.25

    ·       Nicolette Costa 7th – 9’6” (advances to MOC)

    ·       Courtney Hoff 9th – 9’6”

    ·       Ryana Goldson 8th – 104-6 Javelin

    ·       Lou Fofana 5th – 49.16 400m

    ·       Lucas Fritton 20th- 51.20 400m

    ·       Tucker Indrikovic 13th – 20-1.5 Long Jump

    ·       Boys 4x400 6th (Overall) – 3:26.58 (New School Record)

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  • WH in the News - WH Choir/Cabaret Night receives high praise from local resident!

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/10/2022

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    A local area resident wrote a letter to the Editor of LehighValleyLive celebrating our amazing choir from Cabaret night!

    Always a great day to be a Blue Streak!

    HIGH PRAISE FOR WH CHOIR!

     

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  • WH in the News - Microsoft Certifications

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/9/2022

     This school year, students earned a total of 243 certifications from the Microsoft suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Access, Word Expert and Excel Expert).

    Highlights in the first level class:

    • Three students were among the top performers in the state of New Jersey and were offered an opportunity to compete in the U.S. National Championship. They were Jessica Pawloski, Ava Mott and Emma Werbin (2nd place in the state)

    Highlights in the second level class:

    • All students certified in Word Expert and Excel Expert
    • All students received their Microsoft Office Specialist – Expert title with Microsoft

    Finally, we ended the year with a 100% pass rate for all students that attempted certifications. Meaning, if any students took the exam and did not receive a passing grade, they had the opportunity to go back again at the end of the school year. ALL students in the Microsoft Program took advantage of this opportunity and were successful in their extended efforts!!

    ALWAYS A GREAT DAY TO BE A BLUE STREAK!

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  • WH in the News - SAGA Showcase: A Modern History of LGBTQ+ Figures and their Contributions.

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/8/2022
    On June 1st, SAGA presented its final Library Showcase for the year:   A Modern History of LGBTQ+ Figures and Their Contributions.  This showcase is also a part of SAGA President, Bailey Asbury's Girl Scout Gold Award.  In Bailey's own words: 
     
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    My Girl Scout Gold Award is built on the foundation that everyone, despite race, ethnicity, ability, sexuality, or gender, deserves to not only thrive in their own right, but understand and know the history of their identities and those a part of their communities. SAGA has completed astounding work researching these figures and compiling the biographies of James Baldwin, Howard Ashman, Gladys Bentley, Emily Dickinson, Sally Ride, and Albert D.J. Cashier in an engaging, passionate presentation. Over the coming months, I will work to create a mural focusing on these figures, as well as posters to be sent out to fifty different high schools across the country along with the presentation itself. The mural will be hung in the Warren Hills High School Library and the presentation will be distributed to our US History II teachers with the goal of educating all students on the impact and contributions of LGBTQ+ people. I will forever be in awe of everyone's dedication to this project and my leadership, and I thank all the staff and students who have donated their time and energy to this vision. As Gladys Bentley wisely said, "Some decide to take the reins of their destiny in their own hands," and that's what I've striven to do with the project. -Bailey Asbury

     

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  • WH in the News - HillsHack 2022 a Huge Success!

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/6/2022

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    CS@WH held a successful HillsHack 2022 with about 75 students and 25 alumni attending the 12 hour event!

    GREAT WORK BLUE STREAKS!

    HILLSHACK PHOTOS

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  • WH IN THE NEWS - MS GOVERNOR'S EDUCATORS OF THE YEAR!

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/6/2022
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    Celebrating our MS Governor’s Educator of the Year, Nicole Silvis, and our Educational Service Professional of the year, Sheila Lum. So well deserved! Congratulations!
     
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  • WH IN THE NEWS - NEW SCHOOL TRACK RECORDS AND 13 ADVANCE TO GROUP 3 CHAMPIONSHIPS!

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/6/2022

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    Here are the results from the Group 2 North 3 Track meet - two new school records and WH will send 13 athletes to the Group 3 Championships at Pennsauken HS on 6/10-11!

    SEE RESULTS HERE

    ·       Lou Fofana 1st 400m, 5th 200m

    ·       Lucas Fritton 2nd 400m, 7th 200m

    ·       Mo Warren 10th 100m

    ·       Boys 4x100 7th

    ·       Boys 4x400 2nd (New school record 3:27.04) (Lou Fofana, Lucas Fritton, Ralph Hagens, Mo Warren)

    ·       Tucker Indirkovic 5th Long Jump, 7th Triple Jump

    ·       Tyler McCatharn 4th Discuss

    ·       Ryan Shulman 15th 1600m

    ·       Ryana Goldson 1st Javelin

    ·       Nicolette Costa 3rd Pole Vault

    ·       Courtney Hoff 5th Pole Vault

    ·       Angelina Lin 7th Pole Vault

    ·       Girls 4x100 (New School Record 52.21) 6th (Bri Thomas, Layla Wiggins, Olivia Thomas, Erin Carroll)

    ·       Grace Tirabassi 10th 3200m

    ·       Sophia Tirabassi 12th 1600m

    ·       Erin Carroll 11th 200m, 16th 100m, 14th 400m

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  • WH in the News - Educator of the Year Awards

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/3/2022

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    Congratulations to Mr. Detrick, who was honored as our high school Educator of the Year and it was also announced that he is going to be the 2022 Warren County Educator of the Year.

    Also honored today was Ms. Carolyn Taurello, as our Educational Support Professional of the year.
     
    We are proud to have both on our staff, supporting our students.
     
     
     
     
     
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