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  • April 19Girls' soccer is home on Monday against Collins-Maxwell. Good luck!

  • April 19Good luck to the boys' soccer team in Creston on Monday! JV kicks off at 5 p.m., with varsity to follow.

  • April 19Both track teams will participate in the Co-Ed Ram Invite on Monday. Good luck!

  • April 19The Trojan tennis teams take on Harlan on Monday. Boys are at home, and girls are on the road. Good luck!

  • April 19Boys' golf will be participating in the Monarch Invitational on Monday. Good luck!

  • April 19The girls' golf team will be participating in an invitational on Monday. Good luck!

  • October 15Buy your yearbook!!!

“Not the gumdrop button”

December 17, 2010


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by Stephanie Pross Every year near Christmas time, students display gingerbread houses in the window of the media center.  This year, the students began making the gingerbread houses on Dec. 6; they were due Dec. 15.  Besides the candy used on the houses, everything is made from scratch. ...

A story of love and war

December 10, 2010


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By Zoe Krueger Hearing about history in class lecture is one thing, but listening to a person who has actually experienced one of the wars is another. In Modern World History, teacher Terry Hinzmann invites WWII veteran and AHS graduate of ‘44, Bud Lindeman, to visit his classes and share his me...

Changes in business classes

December 3, 2010


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by Katie Groves Changes are taking place in the business wing next year. Financial Literacy standards will be taught in Rhonda Hawkins’ personal finance classes. The students will be able to get the technology requirements that are needed to meet Iowa Core standards.  Technology standards will also be taught in general business classes. Hawki...

Expo class trip

November 29, 2010


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On Dec. 1, business teacher Natalie Ross is taking her class to the Career Expo in the Mid America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. This takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The grade levels that are allowed to go are sophomores, juniors, and seniors.  The careers that will be displayed include bus...

Physics bridges

November 22, 2010


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by Behka Koontz During the last weeks of October, the students of Steve Baier's physics classes of Atlantic High School paired up to make bridges.  Given three manila folders and Elmer’s glue, the students were told to make 60 cm long bridges.  The students learned about three different styles...

25 Book Challenge

November 18, 2010


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by Anthony Robinson High-school life can be chaotic. From schoolwork to extracurricular activities, students seem to have no free time.  Finding time to read non-school related material may be the last task on students’ minds. Students who attended classes during their elementary and middle...

NHS Installation

November 17, 2010


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by Anthony Robinson Nineteen students from AHS were recognized for their outstanding scholarship, leadership, service, and character abilities. Taylor Barry, Marissa Berns, Katelyn Blake, Anne Chess, Alex Hartwig, Paul Honke, Paige Kennon, Ali Krogman, Macie Mahan, Ian McNees, Rob Nichols, Anthony Robinson, Dan Tho...

Abridged Romanticism

November 15, 2010


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by Malachi Wickman English teacher Trudy Eblen’s American Lit class presented works by American authors on Wednesday, Nov. 10.  The students read either a small portion of a prose piece or a poem.  The program was called Abridged Romanticism.  The intent was to give the audience a sense of the...

AHS awards academic honors

November 11, 2010


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By Malachi Wickman The 2010 AHS Academic Awards Night was held Nov. 4 in the high school commons. Every year the high school hosts this banquet to recognize the academic achievement of its students.  To be recognized at this event, students must accumulate 40 or more academic points.  Each sem...

Any questions? Math teachers have the answers

November 10, 2010


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By Cassandra Long Many kids in Atlantic High School don’t get their questions answered.  Teachers may never notice that these kids need help.  This is not because the teachers aren’t willing to help the students.  Some students are scared or don’t know how to speak up and ask.  Students cou...

School with a paycheck

November 10, 2010


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By: Katie Groves This 2010-11 school year, 16 Atlantic students are taking business teacher Rhonda Hawkins’ multi-occupations class. Multi-occupations (MO) students are employed for 15 hours per week and receive two credits. An additional credit is rewarded for taking the class. MO students receive...

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