By Liz Guttenfelder
On Monday, April 2, Autism Speaks, the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, will be celebrating World Autism Awareness Day and Light It Up Blue to help shine a light on autism.
According... Read more »
By Jon Quezada
Cheerleading tryouts will be held this Saturday, March 31, from 9 a.m. to noon in the AHS gymnasium.
The 2012-13 squad will be selected by a panel of judges including coaches Lindsay and Nick Hackman. In... Read more »
By Tori Dolch
You’ve seen him in the halls dressed in a brown uniform with a gun on his hip. Deputy Corey Larsen is Cass County’s School Resource Officer (SRO).
Larsen graduated from Anita in 1992. He then was in the Air Force for five years. He has worked in Fontenelle, Green Field, and Audubon County, and has been in Atlantic for three years now.
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OPINION - by Alaura Schuler
Prom is a place where girls wear fancy dresses of their choice and guys rent tuxes to match their dates’ dress. Prom is also a time for students to get together and just hang out and have a blast... Read more »
By Cassie Long
Kevin Seratt, senior, made lunch for his teachers and other students in his independent study cooking class on Monday, March 26. He served corn dogs, macaroni and cheese, salad and cucumbers. It took Seratt ... Read more »
By Ali Krogman
Student Council is collecting pop tabs as a way to raise funds for the Shriners Hospitals for Children, specifically for the burn victim units.
Students are encouraged to bring pop tabs to their seminar. T... Read more »
The Atlantic boys' track team finished second at the Hawkeye 10 North division track meet Tuesday, March 27 at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs.
The Trojans had six first place finishes.
Blake Esbeck took home th... Read more »
By Ryan Beymer
This is Part IV of a multi-part story exploring the Cass County Educational Opportunity Center (CCEOC).
Jeremy Stone, 16, goes to the CCEOC for school every day. He’s been going to the CCEOC for two mont... Read more »
By Libby Gifford
Ethan Polluck is a senior at the CCEOC who previously attended CAM. He has been attending for three years, since he was a sophomore. Polluck said, “I want to graduate and get a high school education.”
Polluck said a typical day is ma... Read more »
By Kassidy Edwards with Macie Lee Mahan
This is Part II of a multi-part story exploring the Cass County Educational Opportunity Center (CCEOC).
Senior Joe Vanatta, 18, has attended the CCEOC for a year and a half. He dec... Read more »