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The Student News Site of Souderton Area High School

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Mentorship breakfast offers thanks, celebrates
Mentorship breakfast offers thanks, celebrates
Students showed their appreciation for those who helped prepare them for the future.
Melanie Vincent, Features Editor • May 31, 2024

In order to thank mentors for their support and show the community the benefit of the program, the high school hosted a mentorship breakfast on May 15 in the student center. Five seniors and their mentors attended the breakfast, along with parents, administrators and members of the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce. According to mentorship coordinator Amy Tarlo, who organized the event, seniors had the opportunity to nominate a mentor who “impacted” them in some way, and five were selected to attend. “We ask [seniors] to choose a mentor...

Students show support for four-day school week
Students show support for four-day school week
Aubrey Gehman, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

By reducing the school week from five to four days, new Pennsylvania legislation allows public schools to implement this change. In order to partake, schools need to be able to meet the 900-hour school...

For Class of ‘24, senior prom offers night to remember
For Class of ‘24, senior prom offers night to remember
Diana Nguyen, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

Celebrating a class milestone on May 18, seniors enjoyed an evening of friendship and dancing at their prom, held at the Fuge in Warminster, Pa. Senior prom is a yearly event that student government plans...

U.S. continues supporting Ukraine in Russian conflict
U.S. continues supporting Ukraine in Russian conflict
Abby Nyce, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

In hopes of supporting Ukraine throughout its efforts to defend against Russia, the United States is providing Ukraine with economic support during the ongoing Russia-Ukrainian conflict. America’s largest...

Reflecting…Prior to his students competing in the 2022 Montgomery County Special Olympics, Principal Jeff Pammer shows support for Indian Valley Middle School athletes Jacen Reed (back right) and Adam Moyer.
Pammer retires after 42 years
Aidan Cassidy, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

At the end of this school year, Indian Valley Middle School principal Jeff Pammer plans to retire and spend his retirement with the people he loves and appreciates the most. “I want to spend more time...

Seeing double...Sharing his self portrait at the art show, senior Andrew Mathuthu discusses his piece with community members. The art show took place May 3-4.
Art show displays creativity
Natalie Helfrich, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

Putting students’ artworks on display, art students had an opportunity to show their art to the community. The art show was held on May 3-4 in the art hallway. The art show was a two-day event in which...

Film Fest ‘Big Red Carpet Event’
Film Fest ‘Big Red Carpet Event’
Ryan Markus, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

By creating films to enter in the Film Fest, students had a fun and educational experience viewing their films in the auditorium on May 11 at 6 p.m. According to senior Jackson Rohrbaugh, the Film Fest...

Rockin’ it...Throwing rock, sophomore Manny Coronado (left) defeats junior Nolan Mancini during The Gauntlet portion of Unified Track’s April 26 Rock Paper Scissors Tournament, held in the student center.
Rock, paper, scissors...shoot!
Finley Kearns, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

To raise money for their track team, the Unified track team hosted a Rock Paper Scissors Tournament on April 26 that consisted of participants purchasing lanyards and playing Rock Paper Scissors to earn...

Arrowhead News Column
Debate loophole leaves lasting repercussions
Sam Kennedy, News Editor • April 4, 2024

If you’re in any way keeping up with politics, you probably saw the Supreme Court’s March 4 decision to allow former president Donald Trump to remain on the ballot for this year’s presidential election, setting up a rematch of his 2020 faceoff with incumbent Joe Biden. Regardless of your view of the outcome, if we start to examine what led up to the decision itself, there are a couple of things we can point to as primary causes for the Supreme...

Roundup
Sam Kennedy, Arrowhead News Editor • December 15, 2023

Henry Kissinger dead at 100 Divisive former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger died November 29 at the age of 100. Kissinger, served...

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Raye of Sun: Summer reading is the perfect pastime
Raye of Sun: Summer reading is the perfect pastime
Melanie Vincent, Features Editor • May 31, 2024

Summer is the perfect time to read a book. Not that there is a “bad” time to read a book, but summer is the best.  It's warm and sunny...

Taking it in...Surveying his dorm room before heading home for the summer, University of Colorado Boulder freshman Patrick Rother reminisces about his first year in college.
College freshmen offer advice on dorm rooms
Everett Self, Entertainment Editor • May 31, 2024

To prepare the Class of 2024 for post-high school education, college freshmen, after completing one year of schooling, are offering advice on...

Seniors celebrate final year with grade-wide game
Seniors celebrate final year with grade-wide game
Avari Schlegel, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

By participating in a class-wide game of Senior Assassin, the senior class aims to enjoy the last few weeks of school while bonding with their...

Dissecting and discovering…Digging through an owl pellet, Salford Hills fifth graders Liv Mott (left) and Adam Provo explore the components that makeup owl pellets while searching for animal bones.
Elementary prepares fifth graders for middle school
Kami Ziegler, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

To prepare fifth graders for the transition into their sixth grade year and the entirety of middle school, Souderton schools educate and acclimate...

Varsity volleyball faces turnover
Varsity volleyball faces 'turnover'
Zoe Bass, Managing Editor • May 31, 2024

Due to the makeup of last year's team being mostly seniors, many players competed at varsity level for the first time this season, each stepping up to...

Sports camps offer growth in sports and in life
May 31, 2024

With the school year ending, kids can enjoy their summer break and extra free time by participating in sports camps around...

Lacrosse prepares for summer 2028 Olympic torch
May 31, 2024

Due to lacrosse’s rapid growth in popularity, lacrosse will become an official Olympic sport and be played at the 2028...

Record breaking runner has one track mind
May 31, 2024

With support from the athletic department, coaches and family, junior Destini Smith continues to set new school and personal...

The Way We See It
Alex Albert
Be present this summer, (it goes fast)
May 31, 2024

By adventuring around town with friends or wisely saving money, there are many productive ways to spend our final summer together before going...

Arrowhead Features Column
Raye of Sun: Summer reading is the perfect pastime
Raye of Sun: Summer reading is the perfect pastime
Melanie Vincent, Features Editor • May 31, 2024

Summer is the perfect time to read a book. Not that there is a “bad” time to read a book, but summer is the best.  It's warm and sunny out, there is no school to worry and stress about, you can read on the beach; It’s perfect.  So, take time to sit outside and crack open a book this summer....

Sports Editor's Pick
Go ahead and jump...Breaking records for the triple jump, junior Destini Smith placed first at the Henderson High School track invite on May 3.
Record breaking runner has one track mind
Julia Sipes, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024
Arrowhead Sports Column
Sporty Spice
Sporty Spice
Sahana George, Sports Editor • May 31, 2024

The long standing complaint about women being over sexualized in sports increases with the most recent controversy over Nike’s Team USA track and field uniforms for the 2024 Paris...

Media Menu
Issue 3 Media Menu
February 5, 2024
Movies:

Madame Web - 2/14

Bob Marley: One Love - 2/14

Dune: Part 2 - 3/1

Kung Fu Panda 4 - 3/8

TV Shows:

Avatar: The Last Airbender
Entertainment Column
EVERETTainment: Students misuse educational technology
EVERETTainment: Students misuse educational technology
Everett Self, Entertainment Editor • May 31, 2024