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Playing for Autism

Playing for Autism

November 2, 2016

  In order to raise money and awareness for a very meaningful cause, Autism Speaks, seniors Gabriell...

Tuscarora Bomb Threat Raises Questions About School Safety

Kyra Breslow, Managing Editor

October 17, 2016

  The entire county was shocked and horrified when Tuscarora High School received a bomb threat on the morning of Oct. 13. The students were evacuated and spent the day at Heritage High School until the police gave the all clear later that afternoon.  “I heard about it via someone asking a teacher what happened with the bom...

Bringing more than books

Bringing more than books

October 6, 2016

  Potomac Falls has adopted a new initiative this year known as “Bring Your Own Technology,” or BYOT...

Mental Health Matters

Olivia Miller, Staff Writer

April 26, 2016

  Students today wake up at seven in the morning, spend eight hours at school, two and a half hours at track practice, and another three -hours of homework. Then they wake up the next day, and do it all over again.     "People enjoy being busy. For me at least I strive under stress. I am able to balance a lot of thing...

Graduation and Game Plans

Graduation and Game Plans

April 1, 2016

 Graduation: the biggest event that every high schooler eagerly awaits in their young adolescent years...

Striving for Equality

Olivia Miller, Staff Writer

February 28, 2016

 Built over 18 years ago in 1997, Potomac Falls High School has won many championships, played many games, and practiced endlessly. Tens of millions of dollars have been spent on new high schools, and more millions have been spent on renovations for schools younger than Potomac Falls or schools that have already been previous...

PFHS Gets Healthy

Allie Feinberg, Staff Writer

February 3, 2016

 In recent years, staff and administrators have been making various efforts to make students at school healthier. With regulations regarding things like whole-grain burger buns and how much of a flavored beverage schools are allowed to sell. While most students around the country were having trouble getting used to health...

Dr. Noto’s Neighborhood

Kyra Breslow, Staff Writer

November 29, 2015

  In order to increase the spirit of Potomac Falls, Principal Dr. Liz Noto has decided to prioritize the community. Many exciting events were planned over the summer for students and staff. In past years the spirit of Potomac Falls has decreased, taking our sense of community with it. The reputation was ruined as people turned the...

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