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Horace High School News

The “Sleeping City” is Waking Up

The “Sleeping City” is Waking Up

Carly Bleth, Student Writer September 25, 2022

The town of Horace has flourished over the past decade, and there are no signs of slowing down. The town mayor Korey Peterson gives us insight on what to expect in the future during an interview with Nadir...

Traditions are building for the Horace Hawks

Traditions are building for the Horace Hawks

Alex T. Lewis, Student Writer September 23, 2022

The Football coaches and players are working to bring the first-ever homecoming win to the Horace Hawks. The Hawks are taking on the Valley City Hi-Liners at home Friday night. Kickoff is at 7:00 PM. Head...

Zookeeper to Teacher - Ms. Settelmeyer

Zookeeper to Teacher – Ms. Settelmeyer

Olivia Sorenson, Student Writer September 22, 2022

“I am everyone’s biggest cheerleader even when they don’t want a cheerleader.” One of our schools newest teachers Ms. Settelmeyer said as this interview went on. Ms. Settelmeyer has worked as a...

One of Last Years Spirit Week Dress Up Day: Decades

Homecoming Week Starts Today!

Kylie Stevermer, Student Writer September 19, 2022

This week is homecoming week. For a new school like Horace it means dressing up everyday for the week, dancing on Friday, after the football game, and having no graduates to “come home”. Each day...

Recap of the 2022 National Speech and Debate Tournament

Recap of the 2022 National Speech and Debate Tournament

Kylie Stevermer, Student Writer September 15, 2022

Horace High School had its first kids walk its halls in 2021. In 2022, nine of the students, just freshman and sophomores, qualified for the National Speech and Debate tournament.   One freshman,...

Coach McMahon lays foundation for Hawks Football Success

Coach McMahon lays foundation for Hawks Football Success

Alex T. Lewis, Student Writer September 3, 2022

For the first time in Horace High School history a varsity football team, led by Head Coach Harvey McMahon, played a game under the bright Friday night lights. The varsity team has now played two games,...

Why Wouldnt You Join Cross Country?

Why Wouldn’t You Join Cross Country?

Flint Dignan, Student Writer September 3, 2022

Coach Daley is the head coach of the cross country team. This is their first year with a Varsity team entirely from Horace! Her favorite thing about coaching cross country is seeing how much students grow...

Mr. Hintz joins the History team at Horace High School

Mr. Hintz joins the History team at Horace High School

Nadir Mohamed, Student Writer September 3, 2022

Mr. Hintz is one of the new staff members here at Horace Highschool, primarily teaching US History and its AP course. I had the pleasure of interviewing him to get to know him better. First, we are...

The ‘Weight’ is Finally Over

The ‘Weight’ is Finally Over

Levi Gorden, Student Writer April 1, 2022

The Long Awaited Horace High Weight and Fitness Room Finally Opens Doors After a long, tenuous wait, the Horace High School weight and fitness room has finally opened. Filled with brand new equipment,...

Maggie Seeley

Girls’ State Hockey Results

Maggie Seeley, Guest Contributor March 10, 2022

The first games of North Dakota girls state hockey were played on Thursday, February 24th. West Fargo United faced off against the Mandan Braves. The Braves put up a good fight, firing a total 25 shots...

Heuristics: The Importance of Learning how to Learn

Levi Gorden, Student Writer January 25, 2022
Education, a system not only essential for the well-being of a state, but crucial for the enlightenment of the masses. The reason education was originally diffused to the common people was to create a smarter, more enlightened society. Founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson found it essential that all students be given a chance to show their academic worth through a primary schooling system.

All Things Regarding the New Phone Policy

Levi Gorden, Student Writer December 30, 2021

Horace High School has implemented a new policy regarding a student’s use of phones in class. Phone use will now be completely restricted within a classroom setting, with all violations being punished....

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