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To support Jack and organizations recommended by #JackStrong, Student Government is planning a school-wide Hills Kahoot game on Thursday, Jan. 21 at 5:30 p.m.
Student Government to host Hills trivia game in support of #JackStrong
January 14, 2021
All proceeds will be donated to organizations recommended by #JackStrong, including The Jillian Fund, MDS Foundation, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
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Aria Chalileh, pictured here checking out a customer, is a Hills senior who works part-time as a cashier at Wegmans.
Pandemic alters work life for Hills students with part-time jobs
January 10, 2021
Covid-19 has given Hills students who work part-time new responsibilities on the job. The pandemic has also altered their work-school balance.
All in-person co-curricular activities scheduled for Monday are canceled.
Hills goes fully remote on Jan. 11 after individual tests positive for Covid-19
January 10, 2021
Hills will be fully remote on Monday, Jan. 11 with an A1 schedule while a contact tracing investigation is completed. All in-person co-curricular activities are canceled on Monday.
Four new Board members being sworn in by secretary Yas Usami. Clockwise from top left: Kristin Martin of Hillsdale, Kelly Blundy of Woodcliff Lake, Gini Varghese of Hillsdale, and Michael Weaver of Montvale.
New BOE members sworn in at reorganization meeting
January 4, 2021
"Out of the four new members, we have two educators and two health workers," Superintendent Erik Gundersen noted, which he said is helpful considering the current pandemic and its challenges for schools.
Harris was born in Oakland, Calif., in 1964 to a mother of Indian descent and a father of Jamaican descent.
Madam Vice President: Hills students react to history being made
January 15, 2021
“I think her election into office is a catalyst for a new America,” said Pascack Hills junior Michael Blackford.
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No, this mask is not a part of my costume
October 30, 2020
Residents of New Jersey are unfortunately familiar with the cancellation of Halloween. Many of them remember Halloween 2012, when Hurricane Sandy made the streets too dangerous for Trick-or-Treaters. This year, however, there is a different monster looming over them.
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