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NP grad Everist joins English department

Madison Wiernusz, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

TOWAMENCIN – Growing up, Ms. Beth Everist always heard her dad say “a good athlete must have a short memory.” She had always associated this... READ MORE »»

Caption: Ms. Beth Everist helps a student during her first period English class at NPHS.

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Conference Call – Knights to butt heads with Rams in conference opener

Matthew Fox, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

TOWAMENCIN- The North Penn Knights (1-2) are looking to rebound from a tough loss last week against Archbishop Wood, as they face the Pennridge Rams tonight... READ MORE »»

Caption: KNIGHTS GETTING RAMMY: The Knights warm-up against their week 3 Friday night game against Archboshop Wood. The Knights lost the game but hope their tough out of conference schedule has prepared them for the greulling road ahead in the new National Conference.

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Gardner grows hope for childhood cancer patients with Hannah’s Hope Jar

Taylor Young, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

One teen in the North Penn School District has proven that you’re never too young to make a difference. Since Hannah Gardner was only 11 years old, she... READ MORE »»

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COMICS: If it’s September, it’s time for the…

Tara Sorman, Staff Cartoonist/ Executive editor

September 19, 2014

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Diving into the new school year with Mrs. Katie Grunmeier

Siena Catanzaro, Staff Writer

September 17, 2014

TOWAMENCIN- Walking into North Penn High School this year, one would, as usual in a new school year, notice that there have been many changes. Whether... READ MORE »»

Caption: JUMP IN, THE WATER'S FINE! Mrs. Katie Grunmeir, a veteran to teaching and coaching, begins a new stage of her career this year as she joins the NPHS Health and PE Dept.

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Ram-bunctious! Knights charge through conference opener

Matthew Fox, Staff Writer

TOWAMENCIN- Bend but don’t break-  it is a phrase that would aptly describe North Penn’s defense on Friday night. The Knights defense gave up 208 rushing yards, 19 first... read story

September 20, 2014 • 0 comments

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NP grad Everist joins English department

Madison Wiernusz, Staff Writer

TOWAMENCIN – Growing up, Ms. Beth Everist always heard her dad say “a good athlete must have a short memory.” She had always associated this phrase with sports,... read story

September 19, 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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Opinion

An Apple a day keeps your family away: how technology divides you from the ones you love

An Apple a day keeps your family away: how technology divides you from the ones you love

Steph Krane, Staff Writer

This past Tuesday, the world watched, salivating, as Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the newest version of what will surely become the trendiest, most popular device around the... read story

September 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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News

Biology program garners NPHS $25,000 grant

Knight Crier

LANSDALE-  North Penn High School has been selected as a recipient for the Governor’s Expanding Excellence Competitive (Mentoring) Pilot Grant. These grants are designed... read story

September 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Features

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Gardner grows hope for childhood cancer patients with Hannah’s Hope Jar

Taylor Young, Staff Writer

One teen in the North Penn School District has proven that you’re never too young to make a difference. Since Hannah Gardner was only 11 years old, she has been volunteering... read story

September 19, 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

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Ed Sheeran lights up Wells Fargo Center

Abby Mohr, Staff Writer

The lights go down, high-pitched screams reverberate throughout the walls of the Wells Fargo Center, and one man walks on stage. One guitar, four amps, two microphones, and... read story

September 13, 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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