• Snakes slither into GHS

    Snakes slither into GHS

    KATELYN MOORE, Staff Writer, Editor

    December 9, 2016

    Ever wondered what kind of wildlife lurks around Gloucester? The Cape Ann Vernal Pond team came to GHS on Friday to spark interest and awareness to the numerous vernal ponds in the area as well as teach students about one specific predator: snakes. Rick Roth along with his team from the Vernal Pond Association b... READ MORE »»

    Jessica Lichtenwald bonds with one of the snakes from Friday's presentation

    Katelyn Moore

  • Boys hockey falls to Warriors

    Boys hockey falls to Warriors

    BRIANNA FERNANDES, Staff Writer

    December 9, 2016

    The GHS Varsity Hockey team played their first home scrimmage on Wednesday against the Wakefield Warriors. The Fishermen lost after a solid team effort with a score of 6-4. The Fishermen started off the game with a goal in first period from senior captain Sal Costanzo and assisted by Ethan Brennan.... READ MORE »»

    Liam Lyons carries the puck in last year's game against Marblehead

    Michael Lattof

  • Environmental Science students partner with Backyard Growers

    Environmental Science students partner with Backyard Growers

    MARIA KOTOB, Staff Writer, Editor

    December 6, 2016

    Growing your own food and understanding nature may seem ancient in today’s high-tech society, but it is a lot more important to the environment than you may think. Food requires an abundant amount of resources to transport, a concept many do not consider when grocery shopping.  GHS’s environment... READ MORE »»

    (from left) Jarrod Martin, Joao Ramalho, Tyler Parisi, Gabi Goszczynska , Macaella Oliver, Katie Nugent, Lexi Ciolino, Chrissy Nugent, Sophia Pata, and Sierra Rudolph practice their gardening skills

    Rachel Rex

  • Interact brings spirit of the season to Pathways

    Interact brings spirit of the season to Pathways

    MARIA KOTOB, Staff Writer, Editor

    December 5, 2016

    For some children, December is like the holy grail. Santa Claus leaves them presents, they get to sit in their pajamas all morning with hot cocoa as they play with their newly unwrapped gifts, and go play in the snow during their school vacation.   They also can attend various holiday parties, including the one ... READ MORE »»

    GHS students color with kids at the annual Interact Pathways Christmas party

    Mike Perreault

  • NHS and Student Council lead charity efforts

    NHS and Student Council lead charity efforts

    CAROLINE ENOS, Staff Writer, Editor

    December 1, 2016

    Gloucester High School plays a pivotal role in improving lives throughout the community, and GHS’s Student Council and National Honors Society will continue to promote community service and charity throughout the holiday season and beyond. One of the most important projects of the season is the ongoing ... READ MORE »»

    Students can bring food donations to the library to benefit The Open Door

    Caroline Enos

News

Snakes slither into GHS

Snakes slither into GHS

KATELYN MOORE, Staff Writer, Editor

Ever wondered what kind of wildlife lurks around Gloucester? The Cape Ann Vernal Pond team came to GHS on Friday to spark interest and awareness to the numerous vernal ponds in the area as well as teach students about on...  Read More »

Dec 9 • No Comments

Interact brings spirit of the season to Pathways

Interact brings spirit of the season to Pathways

MARIA KOTOB, Staff Writer, Editor

For some children, December is like the holy grail. Santa Claus leaves them presents, they get to sit in their pajamas all morning with hot cocoa as they play with their newly unwrapped gifts, and go play in the snow during ...  Read More »

Dec 5 • 1 Comment

NHS and Student Council lead charity efforts

NHS and Student Council lead charity efforts

CAROLINE ENOS, Staff Writer, Editor

Gloucester High School plays a pivotal role in improving lives throughout the community, and GHS’s Student Council and National Honors Society will continue to promote community service and charity throughout the holiday ...  Read More »

Dec 1 • No Comments

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Features

Environmental Science students partner with Backyard Growers

Environmental Science students partner with Backyard Growers

MARIA KOTOB, Staff Writer, Editor

Growing your own food and understanding nature may seem ancient in today’s high-tech society, but it is a lot more important to the environment than you may think. Food requires an abundant amount of resources to transpor...  Read More »

Dec 6 • 1 Comment

  • Students practice hands-on skills in cabinet design November 4, 2016
  • English teacher Mary Kate Canavan to study in Ireland June 6, 2016
  • Cirque du Soleil brings “Kuriosity” to a new level June 3, 2016
  • Student Journalists in the “Spotlight” at The Boston Globe May 25, 2016

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Sports

Boys hockey falls to Warriors

Boys hockey falls to Warriors

BRIANNA FERNANDES, Staff Writer

The GHS Varsity Hockey team played their first home scrimmage on Wednesday against the Wakefield Warriors. The Fishermen lost after a solid team effort with a score of 6-4. The Fishermen started off the game with a go...  Read More »

Dec 9 • No Comments

Girls ice hockey skates into reality

Girls ice hockey skates into reality

December 1, 2016

Thanksgiving day showdown

Thanksgiving day showdown

November 23, 2016

Gloucester cheerleaders take home second

Gloucester cheerleaders take home second

November 22, 2016

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