By Mallory Drover The Homer High clothing drive, organized by student council members, began March 19th. What began with the intent to gather used prom dresses for girls who can’t afford their own became an all-clothes-accepted drive for the entire community. A committee of students made posters and morning announcements requesting old or unwanted clothing. […]

By Gabriel Selbig Summer fever in mid-March? The excitement is growing throughout the school even as the snow continuously falls right outside classroom windows. For Homer High’s soon-to-be graduates, the lethargic symptoms of “senioritis” are at their peak. For others, the next nine weeks are filled with opportune moments to complete or build on to […]

By Cayenna Anderson Over spring break, people’s agendas vary; one might go visit family, take an extravagant trip, or simply sleep through the days. But how often do you hear about people going on a trip to a different country to help the less fortunate? For a group of twenty five people, many of them […]

By Aurora Roderick According to Mrs. Casseri and Cam Wyatt, only 11 members of Skills USA out of 41members are going to state. That is only 26.8%of skills members are attending the competition in Anchorage.  She also mentioned how only 28 of the 41 members went to regions and that is 68% of the Homer […]

By Akane Fujimura You stand in front of the judge and tell them your name and perform a song―this is how solo & ensemble works. It will occur on April 5th for students who are in band. Usually, solo & ensemble is optional for anyone who is interested. However, the band director, Ms. Christianson made […]

The Dilemma

March 21, 2012 | Leave a Comment

Carson Duggar On a brisk Monday morning the varsity boys soccer team convenes in the gym for their first of many 6:30 a.m. practices, due to overbooking the gym, since all five spring sports-boys and girls soccer, baseball, softball, and track-must share it as the winter months progress. At least two to four feet of […]

By: Megan Gee Homer High School students will never forget the first time they competed in the National Ocean Science Bowl (NOSB) in Seward. NOSB started in 1998 to present an opportunity to students to study marine biology in a new way. They set up competitions around the nation, and the program began to expand. […]

By Jacob Mayforth Last year the music department of Homer High put on the rock musical Rent, bringing crowds and wild applause to the Theater. Such was the success that Mark Robinson, the musical director for the past two decades, decided to expand his top three favorite musicals to four. Now the choir is following […]

Carson Duggar & Theo Noomah One phone call is all it took to affect the lives of ten student athletes at Homer High School. A blizzard in the forecast did force the cancellation of the school’s Valentines Dance, but it didn’t slow down the teenage socializing on a Saturday night. Police halted a birthday party […]

Safe House

March 6, 2012 | Leave a Comment

By Jacob Mayforth Safe house, no one is safe, not even your wallet because if you have an ounce of sanity you will see this movie before it leaves the theater. Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds team up in this espionage thriller where a young CIA agent is tasked with looking after a fugitive in a safe […]

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