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Joanne Haner

Joanne Haner has 45 articles published.

Joanne is a senior at American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla. As a third-year staffer and second-year editor-in-chief, she loves immersing herself in the journalistic field and writing for her publications. Outside of newspaper, Joanne is also co-president of the English Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta math honor society, where she also serves as the student delegate state secretary. Among the other clubs she is a part of, Joanne is also secretary of the linguistics team and Chinese Honor Society, as well as treasurer for Quill and Scroll. In her free time, Joanne loves practicing her photography and going to concerts.

Swimming her way to South Africa

After years of training and practice, junior Isabella Taylor competed in the United States Lifesaving Association’s (USLA) National Competition in Virginia Beach August 7-10 and earned a spot with Team USA to compete at the International Surf Rescue Challenge in Durban, South Africa Sept. 28 to Oct. 2. Keep Reading


Reaching out overseas

As students, most of us sit in desks to learn. However, nine TASSEL members had the opportunity to swap roles for a week and act as teachers in a foreign language class. Keep Reading


Combining the elements of a yearbook

A yearbook is more than a compilation of high school memories; it’s a keepsake and a history book. Deep into the future, a yearbook serves as the only window into a year’s high school memories. Although the average student might not remember this, the yearbook staff keeps all this in mind when creating every page. Keep Reading

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