Artist Inspires Students

  In second grade, Ling Chang’s mother came into Mrs. Lucille Pearce’s class and showed all of the students how to make Chinese characters, sharing with them the traditions of the Chinese New Year. With Ling’s visit to Mrs. Pearce’s special…

It’s Our Right To Know!

In the United States today, nearly 85% of corn, 91% of soybean, 88% of cotton, and 70% of processed foods contain GMOs. GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are genetically altered organisms that can cause numerous negative effects on the lives of…

Cheerleaders Give Their Fall Hurrah

Chiefs’ Varsity Fall Cheerleaders had a great winter season, including winning first place at The Cheer Spooktacular at West Morris Central High School. The team took first place trophy in the senior large division against one other team. The cheerleading…

Classes Vie in Color

HHS students came together in full force on Dec. 14, holding a spirit day and annual winter pep-rally to celebrate winter sports such as wrestling, girls and boys basketball, bowling, and winter cheer. The night before, volunteers from each grade…

Girls Serve Up a Good Season

The Hopatcong girls’ varsity tennis team ended their season with a 4-6 record. Led by senior team captains Michelle Archambault and Kate Kearns, the team had a successful season.  When asked how the team did this year compared to last,…

The Tides of Change

It’s time to put rumors to rest. Hopatcong High School is a vital, thriving, and working institution, especially to new principal, Noreen Lazariuk who sees a better future for the school. “The students are great,” Lazariuk said after three months…