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NPHS Class of 2014 takes next steps

Knight Crier

June 17, 2014

Matthew   Abbagnaro MCCC Lena Abbas Woehlerschule in   Germany Morkos   Abdelmalaak Work Force Amith Abraham Penn State University Jeffrey... READ MORE »»

Caption: Students' future plans are on display in the NPHS auditorium lobby

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Turning a new Page: Mrs. Terri Page

Jackie Hanifin, Staff Writer

June 9, 2014

Adobe Photoshop, a program publically released in 1988 which has immensely evolved over the past years has become the platform of editing software for... READ MORE »»

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Portrait of the Artist: Harris paints her way into retirement

Naomi Zulauf, Editor

June 9, 2014

Most know Mrs. Joanne Harris by the bright red streak in the front of her hair but there is an incredible story behind her artistic decision. “My friend... READ MORE »»

Janoff

Speech, Speech! Ms. Beth Janoff readies for new venture

Mary Nguyen, Staff Writer

June 9, 2014

Located in a little room known as E12, is the home of Ms. Beth Janoff. For the past ten years, Janoff has been teaching at North Penn as a speech pathologist.... READ MORE »»

Caption: Ms. Beth Janoff is all smiles as she reflects back on her career as the speech clinician at NPHS.

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Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson: 35 years of dedication

Tara Sorman, Staff Writer

June 9, 2014

Ever since she graduated from North Penn in 1975, Selma Robinson knew that she wanted to become a teacher. As a person who values relationships with others... READ MORE »»

Caption: Row row row your canoe; Mrs. Selma Robinson teaches an aquatics class at NPHS during her 35th and final year teaching.

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Knights spike Panthers on senior night

Knights spike Panthers on senior night

Tara Sorman, Staff Writer

TOWAMENCIN – The atmosphere in the North Penn High School gymnasium was light-hearted as the Knights boys volleyball team played their Senior Night match against Quakertown... read story

May 7, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Athletes Helping Athletes: Plea for NP Involvement

Athletes Helping Athletes: Plea for NP Involvement

Jewel Rama, Co-Editor In Chief

Athletes Helping Athletes exists to better the life of the special needs athletes. AHA provides funding to special needs organizations throughout Bucks County that help facilitate... read story

June 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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Student Life

NPTV travels to Temple for Emmy Awards

Kelsey Killion, Staff Writer

PHILADELPHIA-Last week members of NPTV’s crew visited Temple University  to receive awards for their accomplishments this year while also learning more about the communications... read story

May 23, 2014 • 0 comments

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Turning a new Page: Mrs. Terri Page

Jackie Hanifin, Staff Writer

Adobe Photoshop, a program publically released in 1988 which has immensely evolved over the past years has become the platform of editing software for photographers. Another... read story

June 9, 2014 • 0 comments

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SHOWCASE

NPHS Class of 2014 takes next steps

Knight Crier

Matthew   Abbagnaro MCCC Lena Abbas Woehlerschule in   Germany Morkos   Abdelmalaak Work Force Amith Abraham Penn State University Jeffrey Adams Temple University Lezley... read story

June 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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Features

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Apps for All: 2048

Becca Rosenblatt, Staff Writer

App crazes go in and out of fashion, like they did with Flappy Bird and Candy Crush not too long ago. The new game on the scene that everyone is racing to download is simple,... read story

April 16, 2014 • 0 comments

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NP Staff Columns

PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION CLASHES WITH CHARTER LAWS: An English class at North Penn High School works through a piece of literature. Classroom funding is often considered at risk for a school district forced to fund charter school education.

EDITORIAL- Can charter schools impair North Penn public education?

Kevin Manero, North Penn High School- English Dept.

The views expressed in this column are the views of the author as an educator and taxpayer, and are not intended to be a reflection of the views of the North Penn School District.... read story

January 28, 2014 • 5 comments

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Entertainment

The Fault in our Stars, a powerful must see

Brianna Knowlton, Staff Writer

First and foremost, when you go to the movies to see The Fault in Our Stars, bring tissues. A lot of them. And if you think you won’t cry, think again. The Fault in Our... read story

June 10, 2014 • 0 comments

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Engineering Academy student analyzes cutting edge swimwear

Michael Boyer, NPHS Technology and Engineering Education Department Teacher

TOWAMENCIN – What do scanning electron microscopes and competition swimwear have in common? In January, the Engineering Design and Development (Nanotechnology) course... read story

April 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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