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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Stories from Pascack Hills High School
Armenian Genocide recognized in Montvale
News

Anabelle Joukhadarian | May 3, 2021

Nearly 1.5 million Armenians lost their lives from the Armenian Genocide that occurred 106 years ago, beginning April 24, 1915. Armenians have remembered the genocide and its victims ever since it occurred,…

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Pandemic alters Hills students’ social media habits
Features

Ben Hoffman | April 22, 2021

Think back to the early days of the pandemic: a year ago, we learned we would have to start wearing masks, staying indoors, and social distancing. Eventually, it became a “new normal,” a normal without…

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Pascack mayors call for investigation of BOE mascot decisions
News

Jared Mitovich | March 15, 2021

In a joint letter, four Pascack mayors are calling for an investigation into the mascot removal and what they describe as “highly irregular” conduct by the Pascack Valley Regional Board of Education and…

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Broncos wins school-wide vote for Hills’ mascot
News

Jared Mitovich | March 1, 2021

They voted in-between classes and meetings, from their bedrooms and their offices, during their Pascack Period and their lunch break. No matter where and when they cast their vote, Pascack Hills students…

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‘They did not have any tests’: how Covid-19 tore through the tri-state area
Coronavirus

Jared Mitovich | May 27, 2020

On March 13, the day school closures were announced statewide, there were 50 reported Covid-19 cases in New Jersey. By April 13, the virus would infect over 100 in Woodcliff Lake and Montvale alone….

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What “just doing my job” now means
Coronavirus

Jared Mitovich | April 15, 2020

“I am just doing my job,” Pascack Hills sophomore Kailani Perez explained when asked if she considered herself an essential worker. “I knew going into it that I could potentially be exposed to viruses…

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