The Student News Site of Harrison High School

The Husky Herald

The Student News Site of Harrison High School

The Husky Herald

The Student News Site of Harrison High School

The Husky Herald

Letter from the Editors

“All failure is failure to adapt, all success is successful adaptation.” -Max McKeown

 

To the Harrison High School Community, 

This past school year has been filled with challenges: a persisting pandemic, ever-changing world conditions, and for The Husky Herald, new circumstances which have affected our journalism team and publication. 

A defining feature of the Husky community is our resilience and ability to adapt to and overcome unexpected setbacks. In the process of working to get our first issue out, we encountered many changes to our original plan and process. The road to publication we embarked on was filled with twists and turns, but it has led us to a place of new innovations which we hope will foster interconnectedness across our school district and community. 

We are excited to announce the first ever website of The Husky Herald, which is no longer  “yesterday’s news tomorrow.” With this website, we will be able to regularly publish the same engaging and thoughtful articles from our team of dedicated student journalists and the larger student body. 

We would like to point out a few changes in this new version of The Herald. A “Student Spotlight” section has been added which tells the stories of the many incredible and inspiring students who walk through the halls everyday, people you pass by, but may never get to know who they are. There has also been a greater emphasis placed on articles that illuminate what is taking place on a local level, helping to provide answers to questions that students deeply care about. 

Our journalism, which shares the experiences and perspectives of the student body, wouldn’t be where it is today without the assistance and support from past leadership. We are very grateful for everyone who came before us, all the people who helped make this website a reality, and the hundreds of students and faculty who read and engage with our pieces. We can’t wait to continue on this journey of providing meaningful and insightful journalism to Harrison, and we are excited to have you along for the ride. 

Sincerely yours, 

Jack Kelly & Luke Wong

Co-Editors-in-Chief