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Update: KHS Goes Fully-Virtual for 2 Weeks Amidst New COVID Case

KHS goes fully virtual following the arrival of a new COVID case.

Camille Balo, Editor-in-Chief, Editor of STEM

October 19, 2020

The recent surge in cases seen last week at Kinnelon High School seems to be just the beginning, as a new COVID-19 case has appeared within KHS. In a letter sent out on Oct. 19 by Superintendent DiGiuseppe, the school confirms that “another individual … has tested positive” for COVID-19. Due t...

Update: KHS Temporarily Closes due to COVID Cases

Update: KHS Temporarily Closes due to COVID Cases

Camille Balo, Editor-in-Chief, Editor of STEM

October 11, 2020

Just five hours after sending out a letter to the Kinnelon families about the confirmation of two COVID cases at Kinnelon High School, the Kinnelon School District superintendent, Diane DiGiuseppe, sent out another letter stating that there have been additional COVID cases at KHS. Due to this latest...

Update: 2 Confirmed COVID Cases at KHS

Update: 2 Confirmed COVID Cases at KHS

Camille Balo, Editor-in-Chief, Editor of STEM

October 11, 2020

In a letter sent out on Oct. 11 by Diane DiGiuseppe, Superintendent of the Kinnelon school district, DiGiuseppe confirms that two students have tested positive for COVID-19, the deadly pandemic currently wreaking havoc across the world. The letter states that as of now, KHS does not require a full clo...

Back-to-School Issue

Back-to-School Issue

September 24, 2020

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Confirmed COVID-19 Case at KHS

Confirmed COVID-19 Case at KHS

Camille Balo, Editor-in-Chief, Editor of STEM

September 20, 2020

On Sept. 20, 10 days after the first day of school, Kinnelon High School confirms its first COVID-19 case. In a letter sent out to the families of Kinnelon, Superintendent Diane DiGiuseppe verified that “an individual at Kinnelon High School has tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).” ...

Kinnelon School District’s Hybrid Plan

The Kinnelon school district has chosen to implement a hybrid plan with the option for students to go fully virtual.

Camille Balo, Editor-in-Chief, Editor of STEM

August 31, 2020

“Uncertainty” just might be the word that many would use to describe the feelings about this upcoming 2020-2021 school year. However, the Kinnelon school district is working diligently to provide new information as it comes in, all the while trying to be as transparent as possible with the problems t...

What school will look like as students return this fall?

The outside of Kinnelon High School during the Covid-19 pandemic,

Heidi Scherer-Blake, Staff Writer

July 22, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many aspects of society throughout these past months, specifically, schools across the globe have undergone dramatic changes with virtual learning. With the new school year approaching, many parents and students alike are wondering what school will be like this fall....

Graduation 2020 Issue

Graduation 2020 Issue

June 16, 2020

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COVID-19 “Print” Issue

COVID-19

May 28, 2020

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Is the Stress On or Off Students Preparing for College?

Junior Renee Ritacco pursuing her study skills on future online tests.

Raquel Ospina

April 10, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the SATs for March through May have been cancelled for students at Kinnelon High School as well as several others across the country. Many students worry that they will not be able to take the test in time for college applications because of this cancellation. Others se...

And The Show Goes On


Junior Owen Kruger (left), senior Angelina Moore and freshman Caroline Nieto in action during the play.

Raquel Ospina, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2020

Even with the COVID-19 spreading across New Jersey, the Kinnelon Musical Theatre cast still came together to perform “Into The Woods” on March 13. Due to the virus, the two performances on March 14 were canceled but the March 13 show went as planned.    Senior cast member Noreen Abedrabbo faced an...

The Elements of Our History 

The Periodic Table created by Adam Smith and Vincent Passariello for Black History Month.

Juliana Marston , Staff Editor

March 12, 2020

To raise awareness for National Black History Month, Adam Smith and Vincent Passariello, two science teachers at Kinnelon High School, created a “Periodic Table” featuring notable African American figures in society.    This project has been implemented in many schools and public cen...

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