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Spokesman shares some science about slithering snakes

Spokesman shares some science about slithering snakes

By Gabby Pieklo, RT social media editor November 4, 2019

Snakes are thought by some people to be slithery and slimy, but a recent guest speaker at Middletown High School want people to know there’s a lot more to them than that.   Dr. Colin Strine, lecturer...

MHS has a new student resource officer, Deputy Robert Sidow

By Heidi Daniels, Round Table reporter March 23, 2018

He walks the halls with a coffee cup in hand, securing the school building, making sure everything is in order. He stops by classes, to sit and observe the class, then makes his way back to his office....

Couper is one of six new male recruits for the Baltimore Ravens cheer team. He practices stunts twice a week with fellow teammates for the upcoming season.

Former MHS male cheerleader makes the Ravens’ cheer team

By Abbe Pannucci, Round Table reporter May 25, 2017

Friday Night Lights are the highlight of the fall season in Middletown. Driving over Braddock Mountain and into the valley at 7 o'clock on a Friday night, one will start to hear the clash of football helmets,...

Knights Joust Out Cancer

Knights “Joust” Out Cancer

By Ally Pick , Round Table reporter May 12, 2017

Middletown High School students will be joining together on May 12 to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society through the all-night event, Relay for Life. Located at the Banner School...

Unity is in the air

By Heidi Daniels, Round Table reporter May 10, 2017

Spring is in the air, which means warm weather, shorts and Unified Track. This is my first season with Unified Track, and it has been amazing. The people on the Middletown High School Unified Track...

David Key, president of the African American resources, Cultural Heritage Society speaks to the large crowd gathered at the Stonebraker and Harbaugh-Shafer building, about African American history in Frederick County

The little-known history of African Americans in Middletown reveals itself

By Caroline Schaeffer and Marley Pratt February 24, 2017

It’s 1:15 p.m. on the dot at the Stonebraker and Harbaugh-Shafer building in Middletown. At first glance, it’s not obvious, but this well-kept house, mortar chipping on the walls to reveal the horsehair...

Tips and techniques for preparing for college

Tips and techniques for preparing for college

By Erin Cowan, Round Table News Editor January 23, 2017

With the looming presence of college and universities, students feel pressured to do it all. From extracurriculars to jobs and rigorous courses, students on their final run in high school feel the need...

Valentines Day isnt just for couples

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples

By Sam Johnson, Round Table reporter January 20, 2017

Most people imagine Valentine’s Day being a perfect day with your significant other, going out on a date and getting each other cute gifts. However, that’s not the reality for everyone. For those who...

Female wrestlers pin down old stereotypes

By Kim Fleming, Round Table Opinion Editor January 13, 2017

As Kalin Bower, Middletown High School freshman, gets ready for a typical day of school, she prepares herself for the long day ahead of her. After the seven-hour school day, Bower must attend her daily...

Round Table reporter Kim Fleming was walking down the streets of England when she captured this moment.

England has more to offer than meat and potatoes

By Kim Fleming , Round Table opinion editor November 9, 2016

Tea. English accents. Pot pies. Small cars. More tea. Cool summers. Train stations. And then some more tea; all are characteristics of England that make it unique and make life very different from the...

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