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The Harborfields DECA Club competed on January 3, 2019 at the Regional DECA Competition at Suffolk Community College. Students from all over Suffolk County participated in various competitions. There were ten winners and one honorable mention winner from Harborfields this year.
In the past, the GSA, or Gay-Straight Alliance, has been home to many discussions on sexuality, labels, acceptance, and role models. There would occasionally be trips to LGBTQ centers, as well as other events. While this will continue for years, we have recently changed the name to the Gender and Sexuality Alliance, allowing for a broader discussion on inter-sectional issues
This past week, many of the clubs around HF have had their first meetings, or are starting soon. Joining clubs is a great way to get involved in school, and they are fun! Along with getting to meet new people that you might not always talk to, clubs allow you to discover something you are passionate about. There are clubs for everyone at our school.
You may not know it, but Harborfields High School has it’s very own GSA club. Don’t know what that is? The GSA stands for gay straight alliance.
The Harborfields Junior/Senior Robotics Team, Hydrofluoric Robotics, will be moving on to the First Tech Challenge Eastern Super Regionals in Scranton, Pennsylvania!
3 tests in one day, sports practice until 9, family obligations, drama with friends; us teenagers have all been there before. The stress of high school, your social life, and everything going on in what seems like a short day, can easily take over and create a negative outcome on you. Teens suffer from it daily and it seems to continue to get worse as you get older and starts to have more responsibilities. Although it would be ideal to run away from the problems we have, and escape to a lovely beach in Costa Rica and watch the waves ripple all day, the best way to overcome stress is to face it.
Three...Two...One… The metal robot springs to life, knocks over a ball, and places a foam block into a holding container. In the next two and a half minutes the robot(and it’s driver) will attempt to fill the container completely full with the foam blocks. Thirty seconds left and the robots drives onto a wobbly plate, balances, and time runs out. The round is over.
Come support our school during this years robotics competition! Hosted by FIRST, the First Relic Recovery competition will take place in just two months. Due to the increase of members in the club this year, we now have the freshman, sophomore and upper classmen teams. On January 7th, our school will be competing with other schools from around the state in the first qualifier. Located at Lynbrook High School, here teams fight for first place. Following this the second qualifier which is on the 14th, will place at Center Moriches High School. Here, teams get a second chance to win and there the official winners will be announced.