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Mental Health Means Physical Wealth

Emma Macmanus, Renee Ritacco, and Karolyna Link all gather to have fun and de-stress.
March 28, 2019

High school. The homework and studying plus extracurricular activities plus time with friends and families can become very stressful for students. High school students need an outlet to de-stress daily,...

Roots of Rebellion to Maybe Bomb: The Music of John Penola

Maybe Bomb performing in Hoboken.
March 28, 2019

John Penola, the winner of the 2017 Teacher of the Year award, is a lot more than just a KHS English teacher. Penola has been performing and publishing his own original music starting as early as his...

Gaming Club: A New Sport?

The upcoming gaming club, run by Mr. Zablocki, has many students preparing to show their skills.
March 21, 2019

Here in Kinnelon, students play the usual sports ranging from golf to football along with various clubs. However, there are other activities the students enjoy that typically are not offered as school...

After Twenty-Four Years Where Will He Go?

Jimmy MacIntosh is proud to serve as a lieutenant.
March 21, 2019

At first, he wanted to become a fireman but after a couple of years, he changed his mind and wanted to become a police officer. Jimmy MacIntosh, a lieutenant at the Riverdale Police Department, has been...

Adapting to a Foreign Place

Adapting to a Foreign Place
February 26, 2019

Less than two years ago, sophomore Abeeha Zaidi had packed up her belongings in Dubai, said farewell to her relatives, and boarded one of her most harrowing plane flights yet: an emigration to the United...

The Struggles of Being an Artist in High School

The Struggles of Being an Artist in High School
February 6, 2019

Balancing a seven-hour school day, innumerable hours of homework and studying, and maintaining a social life is an incredibly difficult task for the average high school student; however, freshman John...

From Chile to Kinnelon: Ashley’s Story

Photo of Ashley Bohmwald. Photo courtesy of Ashley Bohmwald.
February 6, 2019

Thump. The sounds of boxes scraping against a wooden floor. The quiet murmurs of people talking in the distance. The hurried, almost frantic energy as people move in a purposeful dance around you. The...

Diving in with Elyse Shouldis

Diving in with Elyse Shouldis
February 6, 2019

Splash! Elyse Shouldis dives into the water, her future, and her goals. A diligent student, Shouldis can balance the hours and hours of hard work in and out of the pool. As a junior in at Kinnelon...

From Germany to America: Fencing

Viven Buchmann at a fencing match. Photo Courtest of Vivien Buchmann.
December 16, 2018

Vivien Buchmann, a sophomore and a new student at KHS, has a special gift: she is an international fencer who has traveled around the world. “I went to Hungry, Poland, Costa Rica, America, Germany,...

Salvē from the Latin Department

Mr. Danielson during Spirit Week. Photo by Lauren Lee.
December 10, 2018

Ray Danielson has been teaching here at Kinnelon High School for nine years. He plans to stay for many more, specifically teaching Latin. Latin will help people to understand languages better especially...

Teacher Feature: Meet Jake Mulé

Mr. Mule’s picture taken by Hiba Shaikh in the classroom.
November 30, 2018

Jake Mulè’s class is full of enthusiasm and positivity; he knows the best way to grab his students’ attention. “ I like helping people, and teaching is a great way to be around people and make...

Caitlin Chein: MPAC’s October Music Student of the Month

Chein meeting the tenors with her fellow award recipients Oct. 17, 2018.
Photo by Caitlin Chein.
November 29, 2018

Kinnelon High School's very own Caitlin Chein, member of the KHS Chamber choir and co-director of the Contemporary Choir, was nominated by concert and chamber choir director Charles Linnell as one of the...

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