AAA rules and P.A.W.S.

Seth Carney, reporter

October 19, 2011

During the Springdale vs. Har-Ber football game, baby powder was tossed into the air, creating a cloud of white above the fans. Students in the student section were warned about inappropriate behavior. Students are expected to be involved in school activities and know what rules to follow for a great experience at future...

STUCO creates ‘A Night To Remember’

Lexi Nordin, Reporter

October 10, 2011

Two hundred dollars is the amount of money that sophomore Addie Kirkland was willing to spend in order to make homecoming night a memorable one. "It was definitely worth it, and it's not like I can't ever wear the dress and shoes again," said Kirkland. She is convinced that it is worth every single penny spent.  Of course...

Gates leads defensive thwart versus cross-town rival

Gates leads defensive thwart versus cross-town rival

September 28, 2011

On opening night in 7A-West Conference play Sept.23, all four games played turned out to be blowouts....

States adopt new Common Core standards

States adopt new Common Core standards

September 28, 2011

For the past five years, education specialist have been developing the Common Core and over the whole...

Back-to-back victories, Coats lead golfers into state match

Back-to-back victories, Coats lead golfers into state match

September 26, 2011

With state less than two weeks away, Har-Ber Golf teed off against two Rogers opponents to get them even...

EAST promotes energy efficiency

Kristen Grisham

September 25, 2011

EAST students at Har-Ber High School are addressing energy efficiency issues by establishing a new project titled "Watts for Wildcats." The seven students assigned to this project will be going into three elementary schools with various types of equipment and testing the school's efficiency with heating, electricity and other...

Teachers recognized at home opener

Teachers recognized at home opener

September 25, 2011

The rain and cool temperatures did not dampen the spirits of the faculty. They knew the pregame festivites...

AP Spanish reenacts Spain’s festival

AP Spanish reenacts Spain’s festival

September 25, 2011

An over ripe tomato smashes into the face of an AP Spanish student, and before they even have a chance...

Amy Hestir Act affects student-teacher communication using social media

Alexiss Scott, News Editor

September 22, 2011

One new notification. One new friend request. One new problem?  The debate in Missouri is still stirring over whether or not students and teachers should be able to be “friends” on Facebook. A new rule prohibits students and teachers connecting by Facebook. “I think it's fine because it gives teachers an opportunity...

Principal injures back, out for at least two weeks

Becca Fletcher, Reporter

September 22, 2011

In some schools when the principal is out because of a serious illness of injury the school gets pretty chaotic. Not at Har-Ber. Principal Danny  Brackett has three fractured vertebra in his Thoracic vertebra, the middle segment of the vertebral column. “I should be gone for at least two weeks, up to six weeks,” Dr....

Tipline available to prevent crimes on campus

Anna Moore, Reporter

September 14, 2011

Imagine that you are in the hallway at school. You notice a student, who is unable to walk, giggling hysterically, and giving off the impression that he or she is intoxicated. As you continue to observe, the student crosses the parking lot, opens the driver side door of a car, climbs in, and prepares to drive away. Potenti...

Classes pilot Academic Thursdays

Stefani O'Barr, Reporter

September 8, 2011

In efforts to assist students who need additional help, Academic Thursdays started Sept. 8 during activity period. The piloted program was implemented by Assistant Principal Michael Shepher. Students may be tutored in any subject, may take time to do make up work, or may work on presentations. Study sessions for the PSAT...

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