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Kelsea Clarke

Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer

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Figure skaters encourage others to stay motivated

Figure skaters encourage others to stay motivated

To express their emotions and display their skill, figure skaters dedicate themselves to intense training.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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CSPA Fall Conference helps student journalists learn, grow

CSPA Fall Conference helps student journalists learn, grow

Guest speakers presented on writing, editing, management, design, photography and digital media.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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Entranced by anime…Cosplaying as Yoru and Angel Devil from the anime “Chainsaw Man,” senior Serena Bui (left) and junior Alison Eng attend the 2023 New York Comic Con.

Fans find live-action anime adaptations disappointing

Due to the difficulty of translating animes into live-action films, most live-action adaptations have not gained much success since many have gotten cancelled or had a small audience.
Kelsea Clarke, Arrowhead Staff Writer
November 3, 2023
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Therapy dogs provide comfort to students

Therapy dog Gunny was brought into classrooms by handler Robert Blum for the first time on March 15. Therapy dogs are dogs with specialized training to have the level of ability to be an emotional support.
Kelsea Clarke, Arrowhead Staff Writer
June 2, 2023
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 Sharing scrunchies and more...Selling accessories, small business owner Sarah Alldred (right) shares her handmade scrunchies with customer Bea Gallowky at the 3rd Friday event. On May 20 vendors from local businesses such as RaRa Creative sold their items on Main Street.

3rd Fridays promote Souderton businesses

From May through October, 3rd Friday events take place on Main Street in Souderton from 6-9 p.m.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
June 2, 2023
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Lecturing on singing and dancing… Presenting the musical number “The Pythagorean 
Theorem” on the opening night of “Help! I’m Trapped in a Musical,” Indian Valley eighth 
graders Kendal Hoover (left) and Jessica Ulrich who played Norma LaBelle and Miss Hart, 
perform. The musical took place March 9-11.

IVMS castmates connect in ‘Help! I’m Trapped in a Musical’

Indian Valley Middle School students were able to learn and grow with each other while performing a show inspired by famous Broadway musicals.
Kelsea Clarke
May 1, 2023
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Having a ball...Enjoying the January 21 Winter Ball, junior Hope Derr dances with her date, Grayson Largent. It was the first time since 2020 that the high school held the dance.

Winter Ball makes a comeback

The first Winter Ball since 2020, attending the dance was an opportunity for students to take a break with friends midway through the school year.
Kelsea Clarke, Arrowhead Staff Writer
February 10, 2023
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Striking out...Presenting her plaque, sophomore Elizabeth Hercek celebrates her accomplishment. After competing in the Junior Masters tournament, Hercek placed second.

Bowlers find enjoyment, success in leagues

Through formulating friendships, bowling league members find fun and opportunity while gathering together on a weekly basis to bowl. Many have learned various lessons throughout their bowling career.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
December 20, 2022
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IVPL facilitates community engagement

Through opening its doors to community members, the Indian Valley Public Library offers a wide selection of resources, activities and learning opportunities for many different interests. These resources are available for members, staff and nonmembers, alike.
Kelsea Clarke, Arrowhead Staff Writer
October 28, 2022
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The return of field trips brings excitement to Souderton

The return of field trips brings excitement to Souderton

For the last two years, field trips have been absent due to COVID-19 restrictions. With careful planning and execution, they are making a comeback.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
May 26, 2022
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Turning time forward…Adjusting the time on the grandfather clock to be in line with daylight savings time, freshman Alaina Bagby sets the clock forward for spring on Sunday, March 13.

Sunshine Protection Act may impact daylight savings time

The Sunshine Protection Act may make daylight savings time permanent.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
April 25, 2022
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Anticipation awaits…Having her turn to roll the bocce ball, Unified Bocce player McKenna Murphy hopes to get the ball close to the Pallina. The team was online last year, so this is their first year back and doing meets.

Unity is strength in Unified Bocce

This is the team's first year back on the bocce court since the start of the Covid pandemic in 2019. The goal of the game is to get the bocce ball closest to the Pallina reach 12 points.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
April 11, 2022
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Positive pod...Listening to “The Positive Mindset Podcast” by Henry G, sophomore Giang Tong takes a break at lunch for relaxation. The podcast includes an “uplifting audio experience.”

Podcast popularity grow with range of content

With a variety of options, podcasts are an enjoyable form of entertainment.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
March 24, 2022
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Podcasts gain popularity,  interest among students

Podcasts gain popularity, interest among students

Using the school podcast room, students are producing their own podcasts on subjects ranging from music to athletics. The room was created in 2019; however, due to COVID-19, it could not be fully used until this year
Kelsea Clarke, Arrowhead Staff Writer
December 20, 2021
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Girls volleyball focusing on encouragement, efficiency

Girls volleyball focusing on encouragement, efficiency

The team began preparing for the season in August.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
November 4, 2021
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Summer Concert Sundaes return to Souderton Park

Concert Sundaes is 10 weeks of concerts held on Sunday nights at 7 p.m. during the summer at Souderton Borough Community Park. The first concert for this summer is on June 27.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
June 3, 2021
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**Driving in Philadelphia visitors…***While visiting the Philadelphia Auto Show, Freshman Kelsea Clarke was able to take pictures with and go inside cars like a Bugatti. The Philadelphia Auto show, held at the convention center each year, was postponed due to COVID-19.*

Despite COVID-19, most of the shows must go on

Even though COVID-19 is still around, it isn’t stopping some of the area's annual events from taking place.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
May 6, 2021
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**Hard at work…** *Solving and explaining their first problem of the day, Ariel Levin and Kyle Lockheed work together. The math club meets every Tuesday to go over math concepts such as this.*

Club takes math to next level

Open to all students, Math Club meetings are held after school on Tuesdays in room A307.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
April 9, 2021
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Grand opening…Standing outside the reopened Broad Theater, freshman Kelsea Clarke is excited about the new movies that will play there. The Broad Theater, on Broad Street in Souderton, reopened on November 27, 2020.

New Broad Theater is “The classic movie-going experience”

The Broad Theater was shut down in 2004. The newly renovated theater, owned by Charlie Crown and Kyle Hoff, recently reopened and sold out on the first day.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
February 12, 2021
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Preparing for Christmas...Decorating the house, Delaware resident Carol Urban works on finishing touches at the table. Each year, Urban and her husband, Richard place many decorations around the inside and outside of their home.

Staying home for the holidays this year

The holidays are different than in past years for students and their families. From the traditions they will be celebrating to who they will be celebrating with, normal plans will be changing due to COVID-19.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
December 23, 2020
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Serving Up Skills...Practicing for her game, freshman Amanda Yang gets ready to serve the ball. Yang is often practicing at the court and she puts in effort to do well. 
Arrowhead photo by Kelsea Clarke

Freshman tennis player leads team to wins

Working to develop her tennis career, freshman Amanda Yang makes every effort and practices to see improvement. She has won 7 out of 9 matches this season.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
November 13, 2020
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