Brynne’s take: 1989 first came out in October 2014. I would always ask to listen to it in the car on the way to school, on long weekend drives, to dance classes and back home. Finally, I got my very own pink headphones, so I could listen to my own music while we were in… Read More 1989 vaults: as good as the album?
When I found out I was going to the Taylor Swift Eras Tour Movie, I was so excited. I’ve listened to Taylor since I was young and I’ve loved seeing her music evolve. Almost all of the dates were sold out and tickets prices had skyrocketed for her tour. Although I was sad I wasn’t… Read More Eras Tour Movie Exceeds Expectations
The social studies department this year gained a new teacher, Ms. Emily Pool. She has been teaching for 11 years now and loves her job “I love getting to talk about history all the time and I love getting to be (hopefully) a positive example for high schoolers as they are in formative years of… Read More Heritage Welcomes Ms. Pool
This year Colorado started the program Healthy School Meals for All, making school lunches free no matter household income. Nutrition Services Manager, Suzanne Heskin, shares her opinion on free lunches, noting a noticeable increase in school lunch consumption. ¨I think it’s great that there’s no stigma around the free lunch anymore. I think it takes… Read More On weekdays kids eat free
Meghan Haines is a new member of the HHS staff this year. She is a counselor and the new girl’s varsity basketball coach. Mrs. Haines grew up in Virginia and moved to Colorado four years ago. She was a counselor at Goddard Middle School before coming to Heritage. Mrs. Haines has worked in counseling for… Read More Haines impacts HHS