New changes made to voting process in response…

By Chloe Miller Students in Lisa Poliski’s AP U.S. Government and Politics classes had planned on holding a voter registration drive for their peers of voting age. During the 2016 election, 18-29 year olds had…

How COVID-19 has affected Township’s local businesses

By Dora Betts Governor Tom Wolf’s announcement to close all non-life sustaining physical work locations has significantly impacted small businesses across the state, including those in Lancaster county.  For businesses deemed essential that are relied…

New technology implemented in the library

By Maddie Hobbs The Manheim Township High School Library has been implementing a variety of new technologies since the arrival of librarian Mrs. Karen Leisey in 2017. The new additions include green screens, a 3D…

Grants given to Manheim Township in Fall 2019

By Vivian Ealy  In November, the Manheim Township Educational Foundation (MTEF) Board of Directors approved the Grant Committee’s recommendations for 14 grants, four of which were awarded to the high school; the 14grants totaled over…

The return of Sir Streaks-A-Lot

By Grace Jenkins After an eleven-year hiatus, Manheim Township’s mascot has returned. This time around, the graduating Class of 2019 donated two lion costumes for the purpose of boosting morale. One suit will be reserved…

How to reduce the risk of sickness this…

By Sydney Witwer The start of the school year brings football games, pep rallies, new classes and, of course, sickness. Manheim Township High School has over 2,000 students and is no doubt a zone full…