Normally, there is an election “day,” but this year, over two weeks after November 3, there is still uncertainty regarding when our president will commit to the traditional peaceful transfer of power. Read on to learn the prediction of one BHHS student about the fate of our democracy. Continue reading 2020 Strikes Again: Democracy in Shambles?
A BHHS student recalls her experiences with COVID-19 safety procedures at local businesses. Continue reading How Local Businesses Have Been Adapting to the Safety Guidelines of COVID-19
Halloween of 2020 certainly had a turn of events compared to previous years. Read on to see how BHHS students and teachers adjusted Halloween schedules and participated in fun traditions!
Continue reading A Quarantined Halloween
Ms. Smith is Byram Hills’ newest addition to the Social Studies department. Read on to learn more! Continue reading Meet Ms. Smith!
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on unforeseen changes, one of which being the effect of the pandemic on extracurricular activities at our school. Read on to learn more about current club activities and adjustments that have been made to promote a safe environment for clubs to operate smoothly. Continue reading The Effect of COVID-19 Restrictions on Extracurricular Clubs
Sports this fall look a little bit different and have required athletes to adapt to the new COVID safety precautions. Read on to learn about these rules and what they look like from a game side perspective. Continue reading Fall Sports Amidst the Pandemic: Adapting Athletes
Book censorship is highly prevalent in the United States, and it affects great works of literature, preventing them from sharing their messages with readers. Banned Book Week is an initiative taken in response to this issue that highlights books that have been suppressed and/or banned in the past to help them reach more readers. It is extremely important to make sure books are given an audience because they can be highly informative, educational, and inspiring. Continue reading The Lesson Book Censorship Can Teach Us
Mentor is truly a memorable experience for all freshmen. While mentor involves lots of interactive activities that cannot necessarily occur this year, the mentors and teachers are working extremely hard to provide freshmen with the same amazing experience! Read more to find out the struggles and adaptations that have been made to help keep the program alive. Continue reading Keeping the Mentor Program Alive
As the new school year begins, many of the fall-sport athletes have the chance to finally begin their long awaited season. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s season will not be the same as usual. Continue reading An Unconventional Start for Fall Sports at Byram
With the approaching election, many voters have arrived at the polls. Arguably, however, this election has an even larger impact on those who cannot vote – youth. Read on to see why this presidential election matters to students.
Continue reading Why Does This Election Matter to BHHS Students?