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Senior Matt Waterhouse aces competition in successful season

Michael Riggi, Editor-In-Chief

August 14, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Life

After five years of heating up the high school tennis courts senior Matthew Waterhouse has capped off his successful high school career as second singles player with impressive accomplishments as the team captain and as an all-...

Shannon Bernhardt spreads lasting influence on athletes

Sabrina Alberti, Staff Writer

August 14, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Life

Senior athlete Shannon Bernhardt amazed her audience and team all through the field hockey, basketball, and track seasons. Bernhardt started her athletic journey in seventh grade while playing multiple sports. She fell in love with a...

Jake Bresnihan runs to success in last year on track team

Laura Francavilla, Managing Editor

August 14, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Life

There are some people in Massapequa High School who are notorious for their athletic accomplishments and skills. Everyone knows their names and when they graduate this year, their accomplishments will go down in MHS history. ...

No new pool for the Massapequa swim team

Laura Francavilla, Managing Editor

August 14, 2018

Filed under News, Student Life

After months of debate and support from many people in Massapequa, the budget vote took place on May 15. The much anticipated aquatic center at Berner Middle School was in the mix and was voted down by the community.  ...

Off-campus lunch: the ‘student specials’ dillemma

Michael Riggi and Laura Francavilla

August 14, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Student Life

Off-campus lunch all three years at MHS has been a tradition that students have flaunted and embraced proudly for decades but may soon be driving students back into the cafeteria.   Due to the high competitive prices of new bu...

MHS introduces new “Go Green” class for students

Jack Graziano, Cpoy Editor

August 14, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

When we look down at our plates we rarely consider where our food comes from. Most of us don’t think about what goes into making, producing, packing, and shipping all of our food.  Many of us eat with thought omitted. We do...

St. Nicholas leaves his mark at MHS French Club Gathering

Claire Russell, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life

One of the best parts of the MHS language program is that it gives students a chance to explore different cultures and ways of life found all over the world. According to club supervisor Gheisha Rodriguez, the French Club is...

NAHS Donates For The Holidays

Andrew Beck, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life

Looking for a new activity to get involved in? The National Art Honors Society, run by art teacher Mrs. Gale Domingo, may be just the club for you. It includes lots of interactive big art projects and events in which its members...

MHS students decorate the halls for SAFE Halloween

Nino Baghashvili, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life

What would make dozens of people wait in the pouring rain? Candy, of course. On October 29, Massapequa High School was transformed into a wonderland for the kids for the annual Safe Halloween. Families walked through the halls...

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