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Retina Yearbook: Preserving Memories for Years to Come

Sophia Gatti, Writer May 21, 2024

As the school year comes to an end, a year’s worth of student memories and accomplishments ends with it. These formative years will be carried through student lives and Springfield’s yearbook staff,...

Final Letter from the 2024 Editors

Ayla DiBattista and Tim Schugsta May 21, 2024

From the desk of Ayla DiBattista... I never really thought I’d join the school newspaper. I thought my passion was elsewhere.  Once I found out what The Chronicle was, I was reluctant to join...

Student Parking

Student Parking

Asher Silberman May 21, 2024

Parking should be the last of students' worries when going to school. However, towards the end of nearly every school year, parking becomes a significant issue among students, resulting in many drivers...

STHS’s Annual Blood Drive

Tim Schugsta, Co-editor-in-Chief May 21, 2024

On May 15th, Springfield hosted the annual blood drive through the American Red Cross. Located in the Blue gym, many students, teachers, parents, and township residents came on Wednesday to give blood....

Mrs. Borgmann and Mrs. Michaelson share their memory of the eclipse.

Two Natural Events in One Week?: Springfield’s Earthquake and Eclipse Experience

Phineas McCaslin, Staff Writer May 21, 2024

This year, Springfield Township encountered unexpected natural phenomena. First were the aftershocks caused by the east coast earthquakes, shaking the district and surrounding areas on April 5th. The initial...

Mr. Washam after getting shaved at March Madness

Make A Wish In Springfield

Anya Geynisman May 21, 2024

Make A Wish Foundation, a non-profit organization in the United States,  helps fulfill the wishes of critically ill children. The wishes are granted based on the child's interests, and granting wishes...

Seniors pose for the 2024 Banquet.

Running for the Win: The 2024 Outdoor Track Season

Roxana Cardoso May 21, 2024

          The 2024 track season has been a very successful one. Led by Coach Mazurek, the team broke school records and competed in many invitational meets. They made it to the league championship,...

Images from the Retina Instagram

The Last of Senior’s Days

Ayla DiBattista May 21, 2024

As the Class of 2024’s days come to an end, there are plenty of activities and things for seniors to still look forward to.  A tradition at Springfield for as long as most students can remember is...

ASA members at their meeting.

Asian Student Association

Adam DiBattista, Staff Writer April 24, 2024

The Asian Student Association, a newly formed club at Springfield Township High School, “provides a place for Asian students in our school to share and celebrate their diverse cultural backgrounds...

Students in the Culinary Arts are hard at work.

Eastern: Multiple Paths to Success

Phineas McCaslin, Staff Writer April 24, 2024

  Eastern Center for Arts and Technology, a career and technical school, located in Eastern Montgomery County, provides opportunities for those who are interested in specific trades.  These trades include...

Jorge Cardona, Beloved Custodian, Gone too Soon

Phineas McCaslin, Staff Writer April 24, 2024

Tragic news struck the Springfield community with the death of Jorge Cardona and his family.  You may have seen Mr. Cardona, a beloved custodian at STHS, working around making sure the cafeteria and other...

NHS: New and Improved

Ayla DiBattista and Phin McCaslin April 24, 2024

NHS, or the National Honors Society, is a national organization that recognizes Springfield students for their demonstration of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Mr. Malossini and Mrs....

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