Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun

Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun

Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun

Reese Bennett

Reese Bennett, Columnist

Reese Bennett is an eighth grader at Horizon Honors, and in her first year writing for the Horizon Sun. She wanted to take Journalism to improve her skills in writing and get around more, and has goals to become a better and more interesting writer. She has gone to Horizon Honors for nine years. Bennett enjoys drawing, photography, and In-N-Out. She’s extremely fond of her two dogs, Pocket and Tripper, and always looks forward to traveling over break. Heist movies, superheroes, video games, and riding rollercoasters also fall under her interests.

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Cut Out Common Core

Reese Bennett, Columnist
June 6, 2018

Save the Sharks

We’re gonna need a bigger boat, or maybe a bigger heart, because at the moment, we kill more sharks than they kill humans.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
May 31, 2018

V for Vitagliano

Mr. V is awesome and everyone knows it.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
April 26, 2018

Sadly, Sequels

Reese Bennett, Columnist
April 6, 2018

Teacher Appreciation

Reese Bennett, Columnist
March 15, 2018

It’s Not Funny Anymore

Reese Bennett, Columnist
March 9, 2018

Praise the Players of Girls’ Varsity Basketball

Four girls from the varsity basketball team have been put in the spotlight for their b-ball know-how.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
March 7, 2018

The Incredible Ilaria Cobb

One of Horizon Honors’ very own juniors, Ilaria Cobb, has had the wonderful opportunity to a co-author a paper on new discoveries concerning viruses and ixodid ticks.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
February 14, 2018

Cake Better Than Coffee

Ever in the middle of your class or work and feel rumbling in your stomach? That’s probably because you skipped breakfast, but this morning cake is sure to cure your stomach’s distress.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
February 2, 2018

Time to Show Some School Pride

We’ve got spirit, yes, we do… wait, do we?
Reese Bennett, Columnist
January 27, 2018

Be Aware of Man’s Best Friend — And Helper

Don’t distract and disregard these service dogs and their jobs; they’re important and must stay focused.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
January 23, 2018

Horizon Honors’ Seasonal and Sensational Winter Art Exhibition

Horizon Honors annual Art Show took place the last, full Friday of the semester, and included food, art, and entertainment for all.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
December 22, 2017
Cantabile Honors Chorale sing holiday classics to ring in the season.

Holiday Harmonies At Horizon Honors

The Bella Voce choir and Cantabile Honors Chorale filled the auditorium air with holiday magic on Tuesday, Dec. 12.
Reese Bennett and Savannah Selin
December 14, 2017

Bring Back the Classics

Reese Bennett, Columnist
December 8, 2017
Eighth grader Malia Knight prepares to swing.

MS Softball Tussles with a Tough Rival

Middle school softball hit off their season with their first home game against Fountain Hills.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
December 1, 2017
Halloween isn’t the only season associated with pumpkins. To get into the spirit of Thanksgiving, try making this flavorful pumpkin bread.

Farm Pumpkin Bread

Reese Bennett, Columnist
November 20, 2017

On Gratitude and Employees

As Thanksgiving comes rolling around the corner, it’s important that kindness goes both ways, especially at work.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
November 19, 2017

Take to the Field

Reese Bennett, Columnist
November 14, 2017

Contribute to the Cure

Reese Bennett, Columnist
November 3, 2017

Sports Fans Could Use A Few Chill Pills

Sometimes sports fans are a little too passionate about their teams.
Reese Bennett, Columnist
October 29, 2017
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