Rumsey retires after 30 years in Haslett Public Schools

After 30 years working in Haslett Public Schools, Andrea Rumsey says goodbye to the community she has grown  to know so well. She officially turned in her letter of retirement to Superintendent Mike Duda and the Haslett Board of Education on April, 17th. Rumsey spent 24 years as Assistant Principal

Haslett’s broken clock will be fixed

The clock that marks the entrance to Haslett’s Commerce Center has been working on and off for years, and broken for the last several months. Residents of Haslett consider the two-story clock tower a Haslett landmark and many are annoyed by it’s being broken. According to a report in the

Haslett bands traveling to Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C. The nation’s capitol. Most bands only take trips in state but rarely to somewhere as big as D.C. Every other year Haslett High School bands take a trip to a destination voted by a majority of the band. This year’s trip is to Washington, D.C. and is the

Haslett-Williamston girls lacrosse beats rival E.L

The Willamston-Haslett girls lacrosse team had miraculous second half win, against East Lansing on April 16. Willamston- Haslett had an early lead in the first half, but East Lansing came out of a timeout strong and went ahead 5-3  going into half-time.  But into the second half, the Willamston-Haslett girls

News

Advanced placement classes

Student scheduling is upon us and it’s time to decide what classes to take next year. Unfortunately Haslett will not be offering as many advanced placement classes as they previously have. Next year there will not be either A.P. government or U.S. history, however they will be offering a new class to Haslett, A.P.

Sports

Column: Wait? Girls play basketball

It’s hot and sweaty in the gym, you are crammed between two other people and there is always a knee piercing your back. Welcome to basketball season. Well, that is if you are watching the boys game. Unfortunately, many students aren’t sticking around to watch a very talented girls team.


Features

Read all about it ,read all about it! Book club

Book club is the newest addition to the Haslett High School club family. “It’s a great way for people who enjoy reading books and then being able to discuss it and have contradicting points” said co-founder, Anissa Kroll. “We read a variety of genres, but everyone in the club deciedes

Opinion

Graduation gets closer, as does college

Seniors are excited to get out of school in a month, so they can get jobs, go to college, and move on with their lives. I am one of these excited seniors. However, getting ready for college can be very stressful on seniors. We have to move out of the

Advanced placement classes

Student scheduling is upon us and it’s time to decide what classes to take next year. Unfortunately Haslett will not be offering as many advanced placement classes as they previously have. Next year there will not be either A.P. government or U.S. history, however they will be offering a new class to Haslett, A.P.

Senior Signs With MSU Women’s Hockey Team

Senior Mary Al-Sheikh signed on to join the Michigan State University women’s hockey team on Wednesday March 18. Through the American Collegiate Hockey Association, MSU women’s hockey has a division 1 and a division 2 team. “I’m really excited to join the team next year,” Al-Sheikh said. “Most of the

Grandfield signs with LSSU tennis

Senior Allison Grandfield signed with Lake Superior State University women’s tennis last Friday after her team’s home match against East Lansing.  Grandfield has been playing tennis since she was young and made the girl’s varsity team as a freshman in high school. As for the decision to attend LSSU, Grandfield

Little Chorale to Michigan Youth Arts Festival

Haslett High School Little Chorale will be featured at Michigan Youth Arts Festival, or MYAF, as one of the top twelve groups in Michigan. Every year twelve groups of 20 people or less and 10 soloists are chosen to represent as Michigan’s best. At State Solo & Ensemble, each of

BSU T-Shirts

Black Student Union (BSU) has been servicing the Haslett High School and the Haslett community for two years now. They have had debates regarding police brutality and discussions that prove beneficial for the student body. And now, BSU t-shirts are available to the public. “The t-shirts were a group decision.