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  • October 15The boys' and girls' varsity cross country teams will compete in Glenwood on Thursday at the State qualifying meet. Good luck!

  • October 15Trojan football has their last game this Friday vs Red Oak. The theme is Pink Out!

  • October 15Buy your yearbook!!!

NEWS BRIEF — New Mentoring Program Starting at AHS

NEWS BRIEF — New Mentoring Program Starting at AHS

Demi Hildebrand, Ariel Clark, and Erin Schmitt

October 4, 2018


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A new mentoring program will take place every other week during seminar on Mondays.  The Mentors in Violence Prevention will have a group of four to five seniors or juniors mentoring a larger group of 10-15 freshmen with a supervising teacher, and it will revolve around the idea of being a bystander a...

NEWS BRIEF — Play Practice is Underway

NEWS BRIEF — Play Practice is Underway

Shayla Luke and Troy Roach

October 3, 2018


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Students of Atlantic High School are hard at work with the play "Almost, Maine." The play is scheduled to be presented the first weekend of November in the auditorium. It is comprised of nine short stories, each exploring the ideas of love and loss in the remote town of Almost. Aly Brockob, a juni...

NEWS BRIEF — Opportunity to Take PSAT/NMSQT Exam

NEWS BRIEF — Opportunity to Take PSAT/NMSQT Exam

Gillian Askeland and Molly Mcfadden

October 1, 2018


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The PSAT/NMSQT exam will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 10, in the multipurpose room from 8-11 a.m. The top 10 percent of the sophomore class and the top 15 percent of the junior class was invited to take this test. After everyone invited has had a chance to sign up, the registration will be opened to the rest of t...

NEWS BRIEF — All-State Competition is Approaching

NEWS BRIEF — All-State Competition is Approaching

Camryn Church and Dajai Wesson

September 28, 2018


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All-State competition season is up and coming for the 13 choir students planning to audition, with four weeks until the big day. All-State is an individual choir competition where over 2000 choir students from the state of Iowa compete to receive one of 600 spots in an honor choir. Choir director ...

NEWS BRIEF — Memorial Run Organized for Tibbetts’ Family

NEWS BRIEF — Memorial Run Organized for Tibbetts’ Family

Lauren Nicholas

September 7, 2018


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Felesha Petersen, a 2010 Atlantic graduate and active runner, recently reached out on Facebook to see if anyone had the interest to organize a run in honor of Mollie Tibbetts. Petersen received a response from Samantha Green, who helped coordinate the event. Miles for Mollie, organized by Petersen a...

NEWS BRIEF — Physics Class Prepares to Race

NEWS BRIEF — Physics Class Prepares to Race

Brandon Woodard

May 4, 2018


Filed under Activities, News Briefs, School News, Showcase

The annual physics boat races will be held on Friday, May 11. Science teacher Jedd Sherman organizes the building of the boats that his physics class will use to participate in a boat race across the pond at the Nishna Golf Course. Students in the class are allotted three construction days during class-tim...

NEWS BRIEF – College Class Info Night to Be Held Wednesday

NEWS BRIEF – College Class Info Night to Be Held Wednesday

Grace Bruckner, Journalism Production Student

April 30, 2018


Filed under News Briefs, School News

A meeting will be held Wednesday night for all students that have registered for one or more Iowa Western Community College classes for the 2018-19 school year. It is expected that all students show up with their parents at 7 p.m to receive information presented by a representative from IWCC. The...

NEWS BRIEF – AHS Showcases Its Art

NEWS BRIEF – AHS Showcases Its Art

Anna Lowary, Journalism Production Student

April 27, 2018


Filed under Fine Arts, News Briefs, School News, Showcase

Yesterday there was a Hawkeye 10 art show held at the Kuemper Catholic High School.  AHS students took home 35 ribbons. Hanna Layland and Devin Erickson got All-State conference awards. According to art teacher Pat Wiederien, all of the schools will get the same number of ribbons. The ribbons...

NEWS BRIEF – Pellett wins Grain Production Award

NEWS BRIEF – Pellett wins Grain Production Award

Kelsie Siedlik, Journalism Production Student

April 24, 2018


Filed under News Briefs, School News, Showcase

Senior Cale Pellett won the State FFA proficiency award for Grain Production on Tuesday, March 23, at the State FFA Convention held in Ankney. Pellett will compete at the National FFA Convention in October. According to the press release, Pellett has 47.6 acres in corn/soybean rotation production. Pellett...

NEWS BRIEF — AHS Blood Drive

NEWS BRIEF — AHS Blood Drive

Grace Clay, Journalism Production Student

April 24, 2018


Filed under Activities, News Briefs, School News, Showcase

Atlantic High School will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, May 2. Students are able to donate blood at the age of 16 but they must have parental consent. There will be NHS members in the entrance before school and walking around at lunch with a sheet to sign-up.

NEWS BRIEF – International Student Leadership Week Celebrates AHS Students

NEWS BRIEF – International Student Leadership Week Celebrates AHS Students

Lucas Behrens, Journalism Production Student

April 19, 2018


Filed under Activities, News Briefs, School News, Showcase

You may have seen these yellow pieces of paper in the entrance way. The AHS Student Council asked teachers to submit a student's name with a word that describes them. The council members then posted the names along with the characteristic.This is to celebrate International Student Leadership Week. This is the second year the student council has done this event. The...

NEWS BRIEF – AHS Rounds Up New Leaders for 2018-2019 School Year

NEWS BRIEF – AHS Rounds Up New Leaders for 2018-2019 School Year

Reagan Pellett, Journalism Production Student

April 17, 2018


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The members of Student Council took a vote to elect six officer positions Tuesday morning. Most positions had only one nominee with the exception of vice president. By the end of the meeting junior Sarah Schorle was elected president, sophomores Lucas Behrens and Katie Saluk battled for vice presiden...

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