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The student news site of Atlantic High School


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Encountering new regulations, the girls basketball team stayed masked as often as they could. The girls were able to play all of their games this season despite COVID.

The Lingering COVID Impact

Jaci Brosam May 9, 2022

“It became an open setting; when kids found out that it was optional, I had 33% of kids doing their homework online at first, and then it went down to 10% of kids doing their homework online,” said...

Eye of the Needle — May 3, 2022

Faith Nath May 3, 2022

Check out the newest Eye of the Needle video!

Amelia Peterson prepares to bowl and hopes for a strike. The PE class played bowling tournaments during first semester.

The Value of Physical Education

Braden Spurr April 29, 2022

The first time physical education (PE) was taught in an American school was in 1820 at Round Hill School in Northampton, Massachusetts. In the early 1900s, a few states passed legislation requiring PE...

Should you have to love someone just because they are a part of your family?

Do We Have to Love our Families? — OPINION

Katreen Buliche, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

Picture yourself sharing breakfast alongside your perfect, content family. Sharing laughter and joy while the eggs are still crackling into shape on the stovetop. Orange juice and milk get passed over...

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SAVE OUR EARTH- On Earth Day, Wordle made their word Plant. Make sure you go out and recycle!

Wordle Takes Over the World

Alyssa Neal, Staff Writer April 25, 2022

“Have you done the Wordle today?”   “How many tries did it take you?”   “I got it in two!”  The word “Wordle” is passed among students, teachers, families, and friends, but...

I Am Me, written by Brittaney Elliot and illustrated by Dawson Rolland, is a childrens book about Elliots brother, Boyce Van Aernam. He was diagnosed with autism when he was two years old.

Meet Boyce and Jason

Taliya James April 22, 2022

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, is characterized by a broad range of challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech, and nonverbal communication, affecting one in every 44 children in...

Trevor Frederickson was a left-handed pitcher. He played baseball from Little League through college.

Trevor Frederickson: His Legacy Lives On

Claire Pellett, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

Trevor Frederickson, or T-Fred. We see this name on the baseball field, on scholarships, and on numerous plaques throughout the community. But many people may not know who Trevor was or how he has impacted...

Gen Z vocabulary update.

Talking Slang

Katreen Buliche, Staff Writer April 12, 2022

Cap, Bet, Pick Me, Drip, Skrrt, and more are different words that Generation Z uses as slang, making it harder to keep track of the new frequent and trendy words. Popular social media apps, Tiktok, Snapchat,...

Signs have been put up in the bathrooms to remind students of  how many people belong in each stall. There was a rising issue with groups of students using the same stall.


Helena Buliche April 4, 2022

From e-cigarettes, vapes, to JUULS, ways of smoking have evolved along with modern times. With the regulation of being the age 21, or older, to purchase said items, it’s a wonder how many young teens...

Junior Elizabeth Anderson is on fitness TikTok. I tried the Chloe Ting workout over COVID because of TikTok, she said.

Fitness TikTok Sparks Eating Disorders

Kyra Rink March 31, 2022

Fitness TikTok has made a tremendous rise from the pandemic to now. With over fifty-seven billion views as a whole, and passing other categories such as home DIYs, beauty, skincare, and fashion. Fitness...

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