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AHSneedle

The student news site of Atlantic High School

AHSneedle

Senior Evan Brummers artwork was posted on twitter at the beginning of April. The poster showcases senior athletes from AHS.

Represent Black and Gold

Braden Spurr, Staff Writer May 26, 2022

Everyone should have the chance to be involved in school while in high school. Either school or non-school activities, it could be as simple as taking elective classes or joining clubs. Being involved...

TEE TIME- Senior Lane Nelson spikes the ball down the green grass.

In Full Swing

Riley Wood, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

“Our top strength will be our experience,” said women's golf coach Kathy Hobson as she looks ahead to the upcoming golf season. There are five returning golfers from last year’s team, senior Reagan...

Freshmen J. Molina and Juniors Charlotte Saluk and Reese DeArment pose beside the All-State acceptance list. The list was posted on Monday, March 14. High school students across the state were looking forward to the posting.

Three AHS Students Accepted into All-State Individual Speech

Eleanor McCalla March 17, 2022

On Monday, March 14, individual speech participants gathered in speech coach Ms. Niceswanger’s room after school to read ballots from Saturday’s state speech competition and wait for the reveal of...

Girls track competed in the Lied Fieldhouse in Ames.

Girls Run First Meet at Ames

Abbi Richter, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

The Atlantic girls track team competed in their first meet of the season at Iowa State University on Thursday. The first event of the night for 3A was Shot Put. Abbi Richter threw an indoor PR of 30’...

All twelve students gather together for a photo on tractor day.

Tractor Day Tradition Rolls In

Alex Sonntag March 8, 2022

Tractor day at AHS is an annual tradition for the FFA members. Most people never get to see tractors if they live in town. They may see one parked in a field once in a while driving, but most don’t get...

Premiere Show Choir preforms their song, Burning Fire Burning. The choir learned the choreography in August at a camp with Grant Luther.

Raise Your Voice

Elizabeth Anderson, Editor February 2, 2022

Singing loud, putting on a smile, and dancing their heart outs, Diversity and Premiere show choirs performed at IHSMA State Show Choir Contest on Monday, Jan. 31. Following their competition in Dallas...

A-Os are generally used for classroom help, club meetings, or studyhalls.

It’s “A-O”-kay to Want More Academic Opportunities

Dakota Oswalt January 12, 2022

An A-O, which stands for Academic Opportunity, is our school’s way of creating more ways to reach students' interests and needs. They are used to make-up homework or tests, gain a further understanding...

Jade Harter asks geometry teacher Lisa Sonntag for help with the homework. Harter is involved in basketball as well.

Balancing It All

Abby Muller January 5, 2022

The life of a student is hard, but the life of an AHS athlete or participant in school activities is even harder. Students at AHS are juggling it all.  Some athletes don’t have an off-season. Four-season...

Memories of the Madrigal Dinner

Memories of the Madrigal Dinner

Helena Buliche, Staff Writer December 22, 2021

AHS ON THE MOVE- 

Drama students on the walking portion of the tour walk towards the Olive Deluce Fine Arts Building. At the Fine arts building students toured an art room along with a band practice room. AHS band student Nevaeh Duranco was amazed at the size of the band room, and said “when we got to see their band room and being amazed about how big it was compared to what we see every day.”

“Clue” on Cue

Mary McCurdy, Staff Writer December 21, 2021

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