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#MeToo Allows Sexual Assault Victims to Speak Out

Cartoon by Nina Piazza

By: Abril Salinas, Editor

November 9, 2017

When hearing the words “me too” many of us think about someone agreeing with something or saying “I relate.” Well the way we think about the words “me too” might have changed. If you have been on any social media platform in the last couple of weeks you might have noticed the hashtag “me t...

New Club Teaches Students About Saving Lives

New Club Teaches Students About Saving Lives

By: Ashley Edwards, Editor

November 8, 2017

Interested in becoming a nurse, doctor and any other profession involving medicine? A new club at Kaneland has introduced a great opportunity to jump start this career. At the beginning of every year many club ideas are brought up to the administration and students, this year the med club has spar...

Possible Changes to KHS Sports and Board Meetings

Athletic Director Peter Goff and Principal Jill Maras presented the Lacrosse Proposal on Monday night during the Board Meeting. Goff, Maras, lacrosse players and their parents are in support for the Lacrosse Club becoming an official KHS sport.

By: Alex Malawski and Amanda Malawski

November 6, 2017

By: Amanda Malawski On Monday, Oct. 30, Athletic Director Peter Goff and Principal Jill Maras stood in front of the Board of Education to ask members to recognize the Lacrosse Club as an official KHS sport. The Lacrosse Club has been a club since the 2014-15 school year and has spent the requir...

Culver’s Open for Business in Sugar Grove

Culver's Open for Business in Sugar Grove

By: Sam Gomes, Reporter

November 1, 2017

The highly anticipated Culver’s opened in Sugar Grove on Monday afternoon Oct. 23. The new building was packed with people from all around the Kaneland community as people waited to see what the new business had to offer. “I knew it was opening night, but I didn’t expect to wait over a half h...

Hallway Passes Make School Safer

Students now need a pass to get around the school during class.

By: Richies Tiv, Editor

October 31, 2017

Can a slip of paper really save lives? According to security guard Francesca Bruzzino, these slips of paper known as ‘hallway passes’ can help with keeping the school safe, which is why it is being more strongly enforced this year. “We’re trying to make sure that everyone in the building ...

KHMS Hosts Fourth Annual Kolor Run

Kaneland community members ran through the rain to participate in the Kolor Run

By: Gianna Provenzano, Reporter

October 26, 2017

Kaneland Harter Middle School held their fourth annual Kolor Run fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 22. About 120 people registered for the run, and all have some tie to the Kaneland community. There was a 35 dollar fee for the run, which included a Kolor Run shirt, a goody bag, bananas, pizza, and a ...

New Dress Code Rules Show Shoulders

The dress code now allows students to show their shoulders during school.

By: Madeline Hockey, Editor

October 18, 2017

After years of students complaining about the dress code, a change has finally been made. With a new dean this school year, the student handbook has been revised. Female students were mostly upset about not being able to show their shoulders. The 2016-2017 handbook stated, “Male and female...