The Hamburg High School Archery team placed eighth in the World Shoot Off Competition held in Orlando, Florida, on October 8. The students that placed the highest in the competition were Jessie Carlisle, who placed 14th, Clayton Moffatt, who placed 16th, Dustin Moffatt, who placed 26th, Matt…

Hamburg High School's EAST class celebrated its annual EAST Night event October 6. EAST Night is an annual event that informs people in the community about EAST and allows them to give new project ideas.

This year's leadership class has begun one of their big projects for this year. They are sponsoring a time capsule for the senior class that will be pulled out and shown at their ten year reunion. Anyone in the community can contribute to it by bringing pictures, artifacts, videos, newspaper…

The Future Business Leaders of America officers for this year are president, Brandi Sadler; secretary, Christina Patton; treasurer, Anna Hampton; parliamentarian, Cassandra Pollock; and Student Council representative, Chasity Childress. These students must be taking or have taken business cl…

The Spanish Club has selected their new officers for the school year. Officers are president, Esgar Jimenes; vice president, Brooke Ferguson; secretary/treasurer, Kayla McElroy; reporter, Kristin Morris, reporter; and Student Council representative, Bryan Allen.

The new officers of the Family Career and Community Leaders of America organization are president, Virginia White; vice president of programs, Quanesha Smith; vice president of public affairs, Nannette Daniels; treasurer, Destiny Randolph, secretary; Haley Berry, parliamentarian; NaDayshia P…

Hamburg High School's First Priority student organization celebrated the student initiated event See You at the Pole on September 23. This date marked the twentieth anniversary for the event nation wide. This year's theme was Engage: Go and Pray with the Scripture based on 2 Kings 22:13. "Go…

The Hamburg High School cheerleaders and football players held a pep rally Friday, September 25, for Noble and Allbritton elementary schools to get ready for the football game against the Fordyce Redbugs. Students from the first grade to the sixth grade attended the event, which was held in …

The new officers of the National Honor Society are Liz Pratt, president; A.J. Riels, vice president; Jordan Gilliam, secretary/treasurer; Kaitlyn Smith, co-reporter, and Farrah Dixon, co-reporter, and Bryan Allen, Student Council representative. One important qualification for the NHS is bei…

The newly elected sophomore class officers include president, Mary-Kate Hartley; vice president, Hayden Harrod; treasurer, Hope Shaver; reporter, Derek Reginelli, and Student Council representatives, Octavia Stanley, Lauran Williams, Christina Patton, and Hannah Tadlock.

The FFA organization selected its officers for this year September 9. The new officers are president, Cody Pearson; vice president, Jade Halliburton; secretary, Jazmine Skender; treasurer, Whitley Hickman; reporter, Augustus West; sentinel, Corey Collier; and junior advisor, Lane Chapman. Ha…

The first day back, Hamburg High School welcomed fifteen new students: Karlee Allen, Johnathon Finch, Leslie Halliburton, Kayla Hartley, Jason Jones, Lauren McLeod, Samantha Stauddy, Jonathan Wilcox, Erica Cosby, Sophie Guethe, Bradley Lyons, Jarray Todd, Eveline Blanchard, Jacob Dehart, and…

The Hamburg High School Football Team and the Cheerleading Squad went to Wilmot and Portland elementary schools to read to the students in each grade on October 29. Groups made up of both football players and cheerleaders visited the classrooms, and a few students in each group read at Wilmo…