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#51
2018-2019
Distinguished Sites Rank for
Triton High School
21
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Triton High School
in 2018-2019
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2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
Triton High School
Stories from Triton High School
Triton Students Remember Notre Dame
News

Sam Bell | May 22, 2019

Smoke clouds darkened Paris as the famed Cathedral Notre Dame de Paris, “Our Lady of Paris” burned, a day after a group of Triton students has visited it.

“I heard about it because someone texted…

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Rough Ride
Features

Jacqueline Downs | May 15, 2019

Boeing is hitting some turbulence again, not even a month after the second fatal Boeing 737 MAX crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane claimed 157 lives and just five months after the first crash of a Lion…

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Life After High School
Features

Erin Gershuny | April 11, 2019

Two Triton High School alumni, Marlee Smith and Julia Rennie, were asked about their opinion on if they needed all the information they learned throughout their four years in high school. Both these Triton…

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‘Riverdale’ Review: Luke Perry and the Haverhill-Archie Comics Connection
Arts & Entertainment

Glory Trelfa | April 1, 2019

As Kevin Keller approached Sweetwater River’s edge to end his near-perfect summer, he found Jason Blossom’s dead body with a bullet wound in his head. He quickly alerted his father – Sheriff Keller…

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Swearing: Why Do We Do It?
Features

March 14, 2019

Jeff Cross, a senior at Triton, says he doesn’t care what people think about him, especially not teachers, when it comes to swearing in school.

“I think it’s freedoms.php fun,” said Cross, “It’s…

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Triton Swim Makes a Splash at CALs
Sports

Sam Bell | March 7, 2019

On the bus home from the CAL championship, co-ed swimmers for Triton celebrated their latest victory.

“Everyone worked really hard and we had a really good season,” said sophomore Alexandra Flodman.

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Triton’s Triumphant Trophies
News

Jeremy Duford | March 7, 2019

Triton has a new trophy case on its way, closer than the community might know.

Hosting over 70 awards from sports such as Wrestling, Football, and Softball, Triton’s trophy case represents the decades…

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Is Your Phone Listening?
Features

Karoline Jacobs | March 1, 2019

What would you do if you found out that your phone was listening to or watching everything you do?

    “It really makes me wonder what Apple is really doing with their phones,” said junior Emily…

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A Declaration Of War
News

Alexander Michals | January 28, 2019

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Over the past four years -for many Triton students- vaping has evolved from a fad into a lifestyle; introducing a new generation to the perils of addiction….

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Triton’s Voice on Triton’s voices
Arts & Entertainment

Jeremy Duford | January 23, 2019

Today’s news programs highlight the tensions and conflicts that engulf the world, but rarely emphasize the things that bring humanity together. One pass time, which a few Tritonians have experience with,…

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20 Years of Professional Children’s Theater
Arts & Entertainment

Sam Bell | January 22, 2019

For 20 years, Theater Workshop, led by Stacey April Fix, has brought professional children’s theater to the Newbury community.

“Theater Workshop is an after school program that offers professional…

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Turning Snow Days into Online School
News

Maggie Bowen | January 15, 2019

Turning Snow Days into Online School

Blizzard Bags replace Snow Days in some districts

The abundant amount of snow in the winter has caused Timberlane Regional High school in New Hampshire to turn…

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A Look into ‘Our Town’
Arts & Entertainment

Glory Trelfa | January 9, 2019

As Madi Butler walked onto the stage, saying hello to each family friend and relative that had passed on in the years before, the audience felt tears welling up in their eyes. They began to understand…

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The Dirty Laundry of T.M. Landry
News

Grace Poster | December 27, 2018

A young college applicant sits patiently at the edge of a table. With his chin on his forearm, a computer screen illuminates his face. Dozens of fellow students gather around him. His eyes stare intently…

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After 32 years of running, they finally made it
Sports

Karoline Jacobs | December 19, 2018

For the first time in 32 years, the triton girls cross country team has gone undefeated.

“I never thought I would play a sport that would win a CAL, and it still hasn’t settled in that we have one…

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Off the Shoulder, Or Off the Yearbook?
Features

Grace Poster | December 12, 2018

In response to students’ concerns over what girls can wear in their senior yearbook photos, Principal Kathryn Dawe has agreed to meet with yearbook advisor Mrs. Toni Macdonald-Fein to review the school’s…

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Christmas Carols and Curtain Call
Arts & Entertainment

Jacqueline Downs | December 3, 2018

While much of America prepares to welcome in the 2018 holiday season on Thanksgiving, students in the Visual and Performing Arts are busying themselves with a different sort of preparation.

“I often…

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A Call From the Past
Features

Kelley Frithsen | November 14, 2018

Payphones were very popular during the 1990s with over 2 million across America but over the years there has been a decline in payphones. Now, there are only about 100,000 left in the country. One of those…

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New Homework Policy for Triton High School
News

Alexander Michals and Eric Deprez | November 8, 2018

Triton High School instituted a new homework policy this year that includes regulations on teachers regarding the amount of homework they give, and how much the homework percentage of a grade can count…

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The Unexpected Cheer Situation
Sports

Erin Gershuny & Alyssa Montisanti | October 29, 2018

Newburyport cheer coach of five years, Nadine Holla stepped up to the plate this fall to combine and coach rival school cheer teams including Triton.

The Triton cheer team has had a difficult time…

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Violence Against Teachers: A Hushed Issue
Features

Sophia Agrella & Maggie Bowen | October 26, 2018

Jennifer Scott, now a Spanish teacher at Triton Regional High School, will never forget the incident.

Five years ago, a young and respected Danvers High School teacher, Colleen Ritzer, was brutally…

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Hey! Check Out the New Girl!
Features

Kaia Cohen, Makayla Sprague | October 26, 2018

Walking into the kindergarten wing of Salisbury Elementary School, the scent of Play-Doh and children’s dirty sneakers kisses the hallway leading to Ms. Anna Pender’s classroom, where 18 students are…

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