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Bellisimo Blu Salon Opening

Katie Baylett, Editor in Chief September 21, 2022

On August 11th, the cosmetology program at HR opened the Bellisimo Blu Salon. The opening ceremony included DCSD officials, HR councilors, and cosmetology students. Giving the opportunity to celebrate...

Kriz takes a trip to Mexico

Kriz takes a trip to Mexico

January 24, 2022

David Kriz, a physical education teacher who instructs the adventure classes at HR, recently took a trip to Playa del Carmen, Mexico during winter break. This was a Christmas present for his 3 kids and...

Its Gametime: A compilation of the top athletes routine before they perform

It’s Gametime: A compilation of the top athletes routine before they perform

December 16, 2021

Sleep is the most important way to recover your body, especially as an athlete, and be ready for the next competition. Photo Courtesy of Medical News today Athletes or performers, especially...

All state choir

All state choir

December 6, 2021

HR’s very own students have been selected for Colorado’s All State Choir competition, Kat Bair and others will perform at Buell Theater on Saturday, January 22nd. The Competition is a three-day...

New football coach ready to build new program

New football coach ready to build new program

September 20, 2021

Traveling all the way from his hometown in Salina, Kansas, football coach and social studies teacher Jason Shumaker has come to HR. With an impressive background in coaching football, he has arrived...

HR gets a new security guard to start off this year

HR gets a new security guard to start off this year

September 18, 2021

Every year, schools around the country hire security guards to ensure the safety of their students. This year, HR has a new security guard, Logan O’Neill, who is currently the coach of the Softball...

Turning a new page: a farewell to HRs newspaper adviser

Turning a new page: a farewell to HR’s newspaper adviser

May 18, 2021

Erin Tuttle has been the newspaper adviser for the past nine years and will be leaving after this year. Before saying goodbye, here is a small trip down memory lane to highlight some of the time Tuttle...

Deborah Lynch becomes assistant principal at neighboring school

Deborah Lynch becomes assistant principal at neighboring school

May 18, 2021

Deborah Lynch, social studies teacher, has taken up the offer to become an assistant principal at Cresthill Middle School, and will take over the position starting next year.  Getting into...

Facing a new chapter: 8th graders goals and fears before going to high school

Facing a new chapter: 8th graders goals and fears before going to high school

May 6, 2021

As another school year comes to an end, one batch of students leaves while another enters. Being in a whole new environment can be overwhelming for this year's incoming freshman. Heather Wiidakas, Cresthill...

Under the sea at prom

Under the sea at prom

May 6, 2021

Prom: a very well-known and iconic part of the high school experience.The fancy outfits, nice dinners, the photos, it all comes in a package. Last year, COVID-19 took that experience away for the class...

Theres more than just college

There’s more than just college

April 8, 2021

While many seniors who graduate high school go straight off to college, there are some who pursue other ventures instead. Whether it is taking a gap year, joining the military, going straight into the...

TSA students place in the top five at state

TSA students place in the top five at state

April 8, 2021

Whether it’s learning to design a robot, develop software, or participate in cyber security, the Technology Student Association (TSA) offers many opportunities that will expand knowledge and skills...

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