HMHS Teacher Nominated for Prestigious Award

Izzy Miller, School and Local News Editor

April 20, 2017

Filed under Community News, Features

Ms. Dickstein, an English teacher at Haddonfield Memorial High School, has been nominated for Princeton’s prestigious Distinguished Secondary Teaching Award. The Bulldawg Bulletin sent a reporter to interview her about the e...

42nd Street Preview

Antony Post, Staff Wrtier

March 10, 2017

Filed under Community News

Come on along and listen, a celebration of Broadway! The HMHS Drama Club since July of 2016 has been tapping their toes and singing those songs in preparation for their new show based off the 1981 Best Musical 42nd Street. Follo...

Winter Concert Delights Families, Community Members

Claire Kenny, Features and Entertainment Editor

January 18, 2017

Filed under Community News

It is the moment the HMHS choristers, band members, and string instrumentalists have all been preparing for. There is an excited bustle in the choir room, where a crowd of students shifts around in black robes. Many huddle...

Madrigal Dessert Theatre: A Good Time Had by All

Izzy and Gemma Miller

January 1, 2017

Filed under Community News

On the sixteenth and seventeenth of December, Haddonfield Memorial High School’s Madrigal Singers and Tyler Mills, their director, put on three show-stopping performances. With a twenty-three member cast full of both new and old talent, these talented singer...

Students Inducted into NHS

Izzy Miller, School and Local News Editor

January 1, 2017

Filed under Community News

On October 26, Haddonfield Memorial High School’s chapter of the National Honor Society inducted its new scholars into the program led by Co-Advisors Mrs. Fingerman and Mrs. Pracher. In a well-planned ceremony featuring a perfo...

Freshmen Elections

Gemma Miller, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016

Filed under Community News, News

Dedication, determination and experience define the freshman class student council government. Unlike the sophomore, junior and senior class elections, the freshman student council elections occurred recently in September. The...

The Truth: Freshmen on Their Transition to High School

Natalie Naticchia, Staff Writer

September 27, 2016

Filed under Community News

We all have been there. Rushing to get to your classes on the first day of freshman year. Being a freshman is hard, yet rewarding. Everything is new, and you are introduced to a wide range of opportunity. I asked freshman about their ex...

Arts in the Courtyard 2016: A Day of Music, Beauty!

May 24, 2016

Filed under Community News

HMHS’s 2016 Arts in the Courtyard was a huge success! The sunny weather was a welcome departure from the recent rain making the day even more special. Live music flowed through the court yard all day. Some of Haddonfield’s...

Soph Party: A Night to Remember

Joseph DeSimone, Sports Editor

May 10, 2016

Filed under Arts & Leisure, Community News, Features, News, Top Stories

Soph Party was a night full of excitement, dancing, and, ultimately, milkshakes at Ponzio’s.  This annual event took place, as always, in the high school B Gym and lasted from 7:30 to 10:30 on April 29.  The event was preceded...

Disney Trip is Pure Magic for Seniors

Holly Robins, Staff Writer

May 10, 2016

Filed under Community News, Features, News, Top Stories

Senior trip. It’s the the thing most of high schoolers at HMHS look forward to from the day they step into the breezeway on that first day of Freshman year to the first step off the plane, feeling the Florida heat even in the airport....

Student Council Officers Elected for the 2016-17 School Year

Izzy Miller, Arts and Leisure/Op-Ed Editor

May 5, 2016

Filed under Community News

Haddonfield Memorial’s Student Council, known by many for its enterprising efforts to bring more fun into the lives of all students at HMHS, is an integral part of the high school. Every year, countless popular events and initi...

Night of Noise/Day of Silence Observed at HMHS

Claire Kenny, Staff Writer

April 27, 2016

Filed under Community News

In countless schools around the country, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people often struggle to be accepted. In order to support the LGBT community, HMHS students gathered at the Night of Noise on Tuesday, April 12th. There was a warm...

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