The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School


Issue 6 Distribution on April 18
The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School


The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School



Journalism students win four awards at annual Bigler conference

Shannon Eby, School News Co-Editor May 14, 2024

   The Newspaper staff attended the Tom Bigler Conference at Wilkes University on April 26.  The conference was also attended by other aspiring high school journalism groups. Each student...

Dr. Brian Blaum, Dr. Nicole Cosentino, Mrs. Beth Pavinich and Mrs. Mercy Ross traveled to Central Penn College to receive the Friends of FCS award.

FACS department wins award at PAFCS

Etain Starr, Opinions Co-Editor May 14, 2024

Superintendent Dr. Brian Blaum received the Friends of FCS award at the PAFCS conference on April 13.  The award is given out to someone who has had outstanding contribution and support of the Family...

Junior combo student advances to district contest

May 14, 2024

The annual Rotary essay contest was held in February for all juniors and seniors to participate in.  The goal of this contest is to gain visibility for Rotary in the community and to foster student...

John’s of Arthur Ave. owner Colin Smith teaches the class how to knead the pizza dough.

Intermediate Foods B students go on field trip to John’s of Arthur Ave.

Etain Starr, Opinions Co-Editor April 18, 2024

FACS teacher Mrs. Leslie Peters took her Foods B students to John’s of Arthur Ave. Restaurant and Pizzeria to learn about the pizza dough making process on March 13.  Restaurant owner Colin Smith...

Peace Studies students ask questions at women’s roundtable event

Shayla Macaulay-Dech, Entertainment Co-Editor April 9, 2024

On March 14, Mr. Tyler Barnett hosted a roundtable for his Peace Studies classes to coincide with their women’s empowerment unit in class.  The eight guests in attendance were school police officer...

Teachers get egged

Shannon Eby, School News Co-Editor March 26, 2024

Five teachers volunteered to each receive a basket of about 25-30 eggs with which they filled with prizes for each student in their class. Prizes could be anything including positive messages, pieces of...

Bailor commits to Quinnipiac for track, cross country

Cassandra Joyce, Editor in Chief March 20, 2024

Senior Ben Bailor has committed to Quinnipiac University to continue his athletic and academic career at the Division I level.  Bailor only joined track during his sophomore year and began running...

Band members perform at Marywood Wind Celebration

Roxy Cauchi, School News Co-Editor March 13, 2024

Band members in 9-12 grades participated in the Windband Celebration at Marywood University. The students auditioned on Feb. 2, and were then sorted into three separate bands based on their skill level....

Teacher Feature: Mr. Richie Matz

Teacher Feature: Mr. Richie Matz

Hailey Kelly, Arts & Lit Editor March 13, 2024

Mr. Richie Matz has taken over Mr. Sean Giblin’s job as the new physical education teacher after Mr. Giblin became athletic director. Mr. Matz previously worked in the Hazleton Area School District as...

SAAC members share Morgan’s Message at dedication game

Etain Starr, Opinions Co-Editor March 7, 2024

During the girls basketball game on Feb. 15, a Morgan’s Message dedication game was held.  To prepare for this game, Morgan’s Message ambassadors, junior Ava Kraszewski and senior Adrianna Buchanan...

Second string festival held at high school auditorium

Siasia Bean, Science & Technology Co-Editor February 29, 2024

The high school hosted the district’s second annual string festival on Feb. 24, an event which celebrates the impact of orchestra across various grades and schools. The festival entails the culmination...

Combo 11 students take top three in annual Rotary Club essay contest

Olivia Van Tassell, Community News Co-Editor February 28, 2024

Rotary Club, also known as Rotary International, is a non-profit organization that is devoted to helping the community.  In this year’s essay contest, junior Marisa Gates won first place and $300....

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