Haslett sophmore Cara Clarizio, gymnast extraordinare

A hush falls over all of the people sitting in the crowd. They sit on the edge of their seats, leaning over, to catch a glimpse of the next contestant waiting in anticipation for the rest of the show. Sophomore Cara Clarizio takes a deep breath and steps onto the

PDA protocol at Haslett High School

To most people, having a boyfriend or girlfriend is one of the most exciting things in the world. People in love are happy, giddy, want to be with that person all the time and, sometimes, even kiss and hug him or her. And some of the places people choose to

News

Haslett exchange student promotes program

One of the most rewarding experiences any high school student could have is to travel to another country. The best way to do this is to work with Ciee, an international exchange student program.Through this program, any student is eligible to apply for a chance to become an exchange student

Sports

Haslett team holds innertube water polo fundraiser

Water Polo is always portrayed as a very difficult sport due to the intense conditioning expected from each player to stay in the proper shape to be able to hold themselves above the water, move across the deep end of a pool and block or carry a ball the whole


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Haslett exchange student promotes program

One of the most rewarding experiences any high school student could have is to travel to another country. The best way to do this is to work with Ciee, an international exchange student program.Through this program, any student is eligible to apply for a chance to become an exchange student

Haslett Key Club sponsers Kid Flicks drive

One of Key Club’s newest projects is Kid Flicks, a charity that donates movies to children’s hospitals. Key Club will begin the project on April 28 and end it on May 2. The club will start collecting movies that are appropriate for children (toddlers to teenagers) school wide. This is a

Haslett team holds innertube water polo fundraiser

Water Polo is always portrayed as a very difficult sport due to the intense conditioning expected from each player to stay in the proper shape to be able to hold themselves above the water, move across the deep end of a pool and block or carry a ball the whole

Working Hard to Succeed

Science Olympiad finished on Mar. 15th when they went to regionals. It’s team tied at second place and ended up with third after they were defeated in the tie breaker. The team entered the competition with some machines called a scrambler, a meg-lev,  and they had lots of tests and

Dodgeball tourney coming in May

Haslett High School will host a Dodgeball Tournament May 2 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The tournament costs $5 per person to play and $2 per person to watch. Spectators are also being asked to bring a food item such as boxed foods or cans. The tournament will be