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This photograph demonstrates how students can engage in the novel theyre reading, and bond with their peers and teachers. We see sophomore Molly Procida leading her fellow students in a session to speak about their current novel Five Survive by Holly Jackson. It also helps students engage more due to the fact that they chose to do this, and could leave at any time.

The Boundless Bookworms

Lillith Vice, Staff Writer
December 7, 2023
On Sept. 8, Annapolis Junior Rowing (AJR) practiced a front end pick drill. AJR is based in Annapolis and its population is of students from all over Maryland. Cormac FitzGerald, a rower from Ireland moved to Maryland and joined AJR to continue his rowing career.

Annapolis Junior Rowing

Tristan Alcott, Staff Writer
November 2, 2023
Picture from the PTXC meet on 9/9 up in PA. This is the varsity cross country team photo. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT- Stephen Nunn 2025, Dylan Newhard 2025, Ty Miller 2026, Ryan Crowley 2024, Leo Havens 2025, Caden Lazzor 2025, Cooper Alahverdian 2025, Taylor Jarvis 2024. They placed 6th in this meet. Not our normal placement, as you may know. Jarvis was the star of this meet, coming in first with a time of 17:04. “I dont really do it for myself, I do it for everyone else, Jarvis said.

The Boys Cross Country Team

Ollie, Alcombright
October 19, 2023
 Taylor Swift is seen at the Chiefs game on Sept 24th cheering on Travis Kelce. Travis might be “The One” for Taylor in this closer look into their shared compatibility. Theyre not as different as they may seem. 

Unlikely Romance

Samantha Polk, Staff Writer
October 13, 2023
Severna Park High School is helping our future thrive. “Severna Park has really nice schools. I really enjoy being in Severna Park High School. I enjoy it because it offers a lot of opportunities and has many great clubs. -Ellie Rick ‘24

Senior Stress

Lilly Spilker, Co-Editor in Chief
May 18, 2023
After having new start and end times, daily cancellations of Falcon Block and several changes in policy to seniors with early release using advisory as their Falcon Block, SPHS has finally settled on a schedule. Now with Falcon Block after first period Tuesday through Friday many seniors are able to get help with their work again, and not worry about a daily change ins cheduals. “It’s hard to find a routine to be successful if everything around us keeps changing,” senior Tatum Sale said.

Falcon Block in the Morning

Sarah Sternhagen, Co-Editor in Chief
December 4, 2022
After having two seasons affected by Covid-19, Severna Park spring sports teams are looking forward to starting up again. Tryouts start March 1 and there are many competitive athletes who will be working to make an impact for their team this spring. “My freshman year our season ended just two weeks after tryouts and last season was not exactly normal,” junior lacrosse player Liv Tramontana said. “So I’m just excited to get back into the swing of things and enjoy time with my teammates.”

Upcoming Spring Sports

Lilly Spilker, Sports Editor
April 1, 2022
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