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  • On Saturday, Sept. 25, the varsity cross country team runs in Harlan.
  • On Saturday, Sept. 25, girl's swim travels to Valley High School.
  • JV volleyball travels to St. Albert on Thursday, Sept. 23.
  • The college fair is on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
  • On Tuesday, Sept. 21, the cross country team travels to Creston.
  • JV football plays Ballard on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • Varsity girl's swim has a meet at the YMCA on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • Freshman and JV volleyball triangular on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • School pictures are on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • Varsity football travels to ADM on Friday, Sept. 24.
  • Seniors, sign up for your senior exit interview!
  • Order your yearbook!
Chaylei Carey

Chaylei Carey, Broadcast Anchor

Junior Chaylei Carey is a fine arts broadcaster for Eye of the Needle. Carey helps take pictures, videos, and extra clips of many AHS activities to use for the weekly news shows. Carey said, “I joined journalism because I heard the class was super fun from my classmates and I have always enjoyed writing and taking pictures.” She said that the award winning story “The Grind of a 4.0” would be her favorite.

On the weekends, Carey would choose to spend her time with her boyfriend, Drew Engler. She also really enjoys playing the ukulele. Carey said she is not much of an extrovert, but enjoys hanging out with her friends. She also enjoys going downtown in Atlantic to the restaurant Plaza Azteca, attending Atlantic Fest, and other events that occur downtown. Carey said, “My dad is most definitely my role model just because he is so hard working and I get a lot of qualities from him.” 

Carey said, “I have enjoyed my junior year so far, but I am not looking forward for homework to starting picking up.” She participates in cheerleading, student council, and AHS fuel. Carey’s favorite high school memory was “anytime she was laughing her butt off with her friends.” She also said that “Simpson’s class was really fun.”

 

Story by Jada Jensen and Ava Rush

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