• April 25Teacher Walk Out Starts Thursday

  • April 4AZ Merit testing this Tues, Wed, and Thursday

  • March 28A "RED FOR ED" protest was held in front of HHS this morning by staff and teachers.

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Katie Blum, Staff

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New year means more projects and new memories. The Highland Yearbook team is creating a new literary magazine. They are accepting poems, drawings, writing pieces, and pictures. The team wants to capture all the uniqueness, artistry, and voices from our school. The yearbook staff will be selecting the best pieces and publishing them in the magazine.

In the end, each student and staff will get to look at the final project and find their work. The literary magazine allows students  to create original pieces that capture the good or bad. Pieces may be anonymous or the name can be present. Submissions in poetry, short stories, photography, or artwork must be in by January 22nd to [email protected]

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