Here are the Harbinger Online staff’s top stories, articles and links from the past week.
Spanish teacher Linda Sieck was elected as president of the Shawnee Mission National Education Association (NEA).
View a soundslide of musician Jane Commerford, who plays the flute, piccolo, and alto saxophone.
Freshman Cole Machovsky was adopted when he was a baby, and has kept in contact with his birth mother since the adoption.
Freshman Libby Frye will not get the chance to play high school soccer because of numerous concussions.
Over the past spring breaks, the Hess family has gone down to Seaside, FL along with multiple families from East.
Freshman Brian Li has had to adapt to American life after he and his parents immigrated here from Qingdao, China.
Through their own experiments and teaching styles, the chemistry teachers have formed a unique bond with their colleagues.
Some of the Lancers’ biggest supporters aren’t sitting in the student section. These three fans have carried school spirit past their days in high school.
Lancers celebrate numerous, unique holidays and traditions based off of their cultures and religions.
Read what he Harbinger Online staff has picked out as this week’s most important stories and posts from around the internet.
East Robotics has completed their robot and are working on getting it ready for the annual FIRST competition.