The Smoke Signal

Katie Mullaney

Katie Mullaney, Editor in Chief

Senior Katie Mullaney joined The Smoke Signal in her freshman year as a photographer but became a writer her sophomore year after she took PV's Journalism class. She became a staff editor at the beginning of her junior year and in her final year working on the publication she will be taking on being co-editor in chief with Rachel Cohen. Mullaney hopes to have a creative twist on everything she produces for The Smoke Signal.

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Senior dance team captain Sarah Viceconte holds the trophy after winning the National Championship in Small Pom.

Photo of the Week

February 28, 2020
Iceland in Film

Iceland in Film

February 27, 2020
Junior Elise Schicker sings

Photo of the Week

February 6, 2020
Smoke Signal Wrapped

Smoke Signal Wrapped

December 20, 2019
Seniors Rachel Lee and Ashley Shaaf started a Girls Who Code chapter at Pascack Valley last year, encouraging the female representation in the STEM field.

Cracking the Code

September 24, 2019
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[Photo] Tough Takes

February 21, 2019
PV seniors Kate Henderson and John Edwards pose for a picture with their medals after a track meet. They have been dating since Jan. 14, 2018.

Racing Hearts

February 14, 2019
(From left) Mr. Buchanan, Kyra Gynegrowski and Olivia Jones help distributing food at a previous homecoming.

Hoco is a No-Go

October 24, 2018
Over the summer Sean O'Connor drove across the country with his dad.

The Road Unknown

October 17, 2018
The produce from the garden in the PV courtyard is now being utilized by culinary and science students. In May, Ms. Julianne Downes began planting the organic food with her classes.

From garden to classroom

September 23, 2018
His laugh lives on

His laugh lives on

June 11, 2018
Culinary teacher Julianne Downes assists sophomore Louie Lopez plant string beans in the new garden. On May 14, herbs and vegetables were planted in the garden found in the courtyard to be used for next year's culinary classes.

Dig this

May 23, 2018
PV graduate Melissa Ben-Ishay poses with her miniature cupcakes. Ben-Ishay's cupcakes have become one of the most popular items that her company sells.

Baked by a PV grad

February 25, 2018
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