Henderson heads for Colorado

BY: Chloe Ritchey The students, faculty and staff bid farewell to their Principal.  Janell Henderson has been the Tussey Mountain Senior High School principal for 4 years, but on the 20th of March she will be leaving Tussey and moving to Colorado. The position of principal will be […]

Reach out to Rachel

By:  Alivia Melius Since 2005, National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month has been observed in the month of March, allowing for public education and advocacy for the neurological disorder. Unknown to many, students with cerebral palsy are represented in the student body at Tussey Mountain High School. Rachel Lankford […]

Titans “tune out” the competition at District Band

By: Alivia Melius Students from Tussey Mountain High School definitely “made a sound” this year at Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) District Band. Of the five students competing, four advanced to compete in the upcoming regional level competition. The PMEA District 5 Band event was held from Feb. […]

Titans work hard for their money

By:  Makenzie Droll Turning sixteen provides teens with an opportunity for independence and maturity. Some people want to get a job as soon as they are old enough, but others  would rather wait. Nevaeh Boden is a junior who works three days a week at the Sideling Hill […]

New Teacher at Tussey Mountain

By: Rylie Jacobs At Tussey Mountain we have a fantastic new teacher! Her name is Bethany Hershberger. She is an English teacher for seventh through twelfth grades. Before she came to teach at our school, she taught at Northern Middle School in North Carolina. She taught seventh and […]

Tussey’s drama club breaks the fourth wall

By:  Caleb Sopher The stage is set, curtains pulled, and as the light fades, the annual Tussey Mountain musical begins. It’s that time of the year again. This year’s choice is Into the Woods. The stress levels are on the rise and the curtains are closing in. Sophomore […]

Responsible 7th graders protect their egg babies

By:  Makenzie Droll For the first year, Valerie Morningstar had her seventh grade students do an egg project to teach her students about babysitting. Monringstar chose eggs because they are fragile, and they’re not expensive. Morningstar hard-boiled the eggs before the students got them. The students had to […]

Bringing South Korea to Tussey

By: Makenzie Droll On January 22nd April Collare came back to Tussey to visit Casey Flaherty’s history classes. Collare, a Tussey Mountain alum, traveled from South Korea to educate the tenth graders about her life in South Korea. Collare is studying at Hankuk University of foreign studies. “I […]

The season is over but the grind doesn’t stop

By:  Caleb Sopher The sun is setting on a Tussey Mountain season once again, but for the athletes, the sun is still shining bright. I got to learn from three athletes the common struggles of training for a sport. Putting time aside for practicing and doing homework is […]