No, we get it. Your kids are grown, and now you look at this generation of kids today and you think, “These entitled, spoiled brats.” You see them Snap-Booking and Pokemon hunting with their heads down on their iPhones as they bump into you outside the movie theater and you think, “Oh man, our future is doomed.”
Two of MHS’ leaders against destructive decisions, advisor Jackie Rubino and member Ryan Therrien. Photo by Zareen Syed. As goes the famous saying, ‘You can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone,’ There are no finer examples of that then Dean Brouder and Jackie Rubino. ambitious leaders of Methuen High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) program. Brouder, who […]
The fun was in full swing at the Friends of the Library’s Indoor Miniature Golf Tournament. The bitterly cold weather didn’t stop golfers of all ages, traveling from near and far, to putt a round of 18 through the historic Nevins Library.
The semifinal round of Methuen High School’s second annual Poetry Out Loud competition was conducted by the English Department on Tuesday, January 23 and Wednesday, January 24. With at least one student representing each English class, more than 80 brave and talented competitors recited memorized poems in front of their teachers and peers. The judging panel, comprised of English teachers […]
On Thursday, January 11, 2018, the Methuen High School DECA club participated in the District 3 Conference held at Merrimack College. Thirty-four MHS students competed against students from area schools in various business, finance, marketing, and accounting events. The club had great success with several students finishing in the top five: Henry Nguyen, 3rd Place, Principles of Business Management […]
A warm and friendly young man sat alongside his mother in a coffee shop, smiling as he inscribed the words “Dream Big” into the 700th copy of the book he wrote, illustrated and published. At 18 years old, Methuen resident and Greater Lawrence Tech senior John Miller has a jaw-dropping list of accomplishments under his belt, and the sale of […]
It started as all great ideas do. “Why don’t we have this?” That’s what Methuen High School senior Ben Walko said when he looked out the MHS cafeteria window and saw no outdoor patio. So, as the Boy Scout looked to become an Eagle Scout, he decided to be the one to build the patio. For his community service project […]