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…

Collection of volunteer opportunities for students

By Maddie Hobbs There are a variety of volunteer opportunities for students at Manheim Township to serve their communities, provided that one knows where to look. This article is a list of different organizations and…

B Lunch bursting at the seams

By Abby Herbert Many students have been complaining about the overcrowded B Lunch, yet most are unaware of the trial and error that goes into creating all 1,800 student schedules. From finding a place to…

Trip to France unveils deep past of former…

By Baybars Charkas Many years ago, Edmund William Duckworth, known as Bill to family and friends, graduated from Manheim Township’s Class of 1939. Unlike today’s starry-eyed and college-bound youth, Duckworth had a very different fate…

Class of 2019 reflects on their favorite high…

By Sydney Witwer The seniors of Manheim Township have devoted many years of hard work to this school. They have experienced the ups and downs of high school, and after much perseverance and grit, they…

Trip to Italy set to occur in the…

By Lauren Sprague In the summer of 2020, Kristel Kennedy, a Manheim Township English teacher, is leading a trip to Italy, including stops in Venice, Florence and Rome. Kennedy became interested in heading up trip…