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Amika Chaiwongbut

Amika Chaiwongbut, Writer, Photographer

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Despite close proximity, Sarah Kenwood and Matthew Tang make sure to wear masks.

Masks’ importance in COVID-19 prevention still key

November 24, 2021

Mask wearing has been heavily enforced since the beginning of the new school year. Teachers hand out disposable masks to the students who enter the building without theirs. Signs instruct students to wear...

Members of Habitat for Humanity send their support to the US Air Force with youth drawings.

Three clubs wish the Air Force a happy birthday with youth drawings and care packages

September 21, 2021

Members of Habitat For Humanity, She's The First, and Save-A-Life gathered on the lower floor of the library on Sept. 15 to create “youth drawings” with short, messages attached in honor of the US...

Kelly Shoemaker walks along the auditorium aisle and sings with other members of the choir during the opening song, The Boar’s Head Carol.

Winter Concert Features Full MHS Music Department

January 16, 2019

High school students in all of the music department’s fields--orchestra, band, and chorus--practiced for months in an effort to host their annual holiday concert at Arcola. The chorale, performing pieces...

Matt Wesztergom and other trombone players perform Herald the Holidays.

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Matt Wesztergom and other trombone players perform Herald the Holidays.

(from left) Jocelyn Loehr, Matt Wesztergom, and Evan Henderson sing solos during You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.

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(from left) Jocelyn Loehr, Matt Wesztergom, and Evan Henderson sing solos during You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.

Jocelyn Loehr sings as a soloist during You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.

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Jocelyn Loehr sings as a soloist during You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.

Teresa Otto played violin during Pacem Noel.

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Teresa Otto played violin during Pacem Noel.

Max Kozol plays the bass during the string orchestra’s Chanukah Festival Overture performance.

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Max Kozol plays the bass during the string orchestra’s Chanukah Festival Overture performance.

Nathan Choi looks up at Ms. Magann for his cue to play.

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Nathan Choi looks up at Ms. Magann for his cue to play.

The piano accompanist also played interlude sessions while the chorale, orchestra and band prepared backstage.

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The piano accompanist also played interlude sessions while the chorale, orchestra and band prepared backstage.

Chris Spletzer played the cello while the concert choir sang.

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Chris Spletzer played the cello while the concert choir sang.

The concert choir performs Al Shlosha D’Varim.

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The concert choir performs Al Shlosha D’Varim.

(from left) Karen Li, Mrs. Shuey and Chris Spletzer play Concerto No. 3 in C minor.

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(from left) Karen Li, Mrs. Shuey and Chris Spletzer play Concerto No. 3 in C minor.

Ms. Francisco offers musical insight to the audience regarding the chorale’s song choices.

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Ms. Francisco offers musical insight to the audience regarding the chorale’s song choices.

(from left) Jess Gambino, Danny Geib, Matt Wesztergom, and Braedon O’Hara sing Sistah Mary.

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(from left) Jess Gambino, Danny Geib, Matt Wesztergom, and Braedon O’Hara sing Sistah Mary.

Anthony Chen takes his violin off of the shelf to tune it prior to the event.

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Anthony Chen takes his violin off of the shelf to tune it prior to the event.

Brandon Park tunes and practices his cello prior to the performance.

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Brandon Park tunes and practices his cello prior to the performance.

Ms. Magann, orchestra director, helps freshman Abigail Thornton tune her violin.

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Ms. Magann, orchestra director, helps freshman Abigail Thornton tune her violin.

Clarinet players focus on their sheet music during The Promise of Living from The Tenderland Suite.

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Clarinet players focus on their sheet music during The Promise of Living from The Tenderland Suite.

Max Kozol plucks his bass while waiting for the rest of the students to tune their instruments.

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Max Kozol plucks his bass while waiting for the rest of the students to tune their instruments.

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