The Broadcaster

HHS builds new Special Education area

Iliana Veguilla, Reporter

November 20, 2017

Special needs students at Hershey High just got a special upgrade. On June 8th, construction for the new Special Education classrooms was initiated at Hershey High School. Plans for construction had been in motion since January of 2017. There are a total of 22 students in the Special Educa...

Broadcaster Wraps Second Year Online In Style

The members of the 2016-17 Broadcaster pose for a picture before Community Day on October 7, 2016.  The Broadcaster staff published over 20 stories about the sessions on the second annual Community Day (Broadcaster/ Robert Sterner).

Robert Sterner, Advisor

June 6, 2017

Two years ago The Broadcaster began a new chapter.  We moved from a print-centric publication to a digital-first one.  It has been a difficult but rewarding transition. When I was asked to take over The Broadcaster from Mr. Brown who had guided the publication for several years very capably, my...

Social media becomes big inside HHS with teachers

Photo taken September 27th of HHS teacher Brianna Crowley’s classroom Instagram which she created for the 2015-16. school year in hopes of communicating with other educators, as well as her students and their parents. Along with Instagram Crowley uses Twitter and Facebook in her classroom school in hopes of communicating with other educators, as well as her students and their parents. (Online photo from Mrs. Crowley’s Instagram : @MSCSCLASSROOM)

October 6, 2015

By: Madison Held Tweets and posts may soon make pencil and paper obsolete in HHS classrooms. What students, teachers, and parents once knew as a social media has now turned into an educational tool. Little by little teachers are using media to connect with their students and even their parents ...

Broadcaster Begins Transformation to Digital First Publication

Henry Isaacson, sophomore, enjoys a vintage copy of The Broadcaster on Monday, September 21. Isaacson read this old copy for inspiration for his own stories.

October 1, 2015

By: Hannah Gundermann Some wonder if the age of the newspaper is over. Beginning in fall 2015 Hershey High School's iconic newspaper, The Broadcaster, will be going through a huge transformation. The Broadcaster is moving online. The staff of The Broadcaster hopes to reduce their costs, create...

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