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Eye of the Needle Sept. 14, 2018

Halsey Bailey, Noah Rutherford, Kelsey Siedlik, Katie Saluk, Aleigh Bean, Lucas Behrens, Brandon Woodard, Alex Harper, Chloe Davis, McKenzie Waters, and Anna Lowary

September 16, 2018

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Jedd Sherman Joins AHS

GOOD CHEMISTRY - New AHS teacher Jedd Sherman works with students in his new classroom. Sherman comes to Atlantic with experience as both a teacher and as an administrator.

Zeke Whetstone

August 31, 2016

New chemistry and physics teacher Jedd Sherman comes to AHS after a year of teaching at St. Albert's in Council Bluffs. Before that, Sherman served as principal at Walnut, Spirit Lake and Red Oak. His path back to the classroom has been rocky, drawing controversy when he clashed with administration ...

Students Experience Suspicious Computer Activity

Each student at AHS has a designated computer for school use. On Wednesday, many students' computers were remotely accessed by unknown persons.

March 4, 2015

“Somebody got a little sneaky with it and is planning on getting themselves in trouble,” said Warne.

Board to Cut $35k From Activities

The board meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. tonight.

Tanner Mauk

February 9, 2015

by Tanner Mauk Activities Director Matt Alexander confirmed some information about how tonight's expected budget cuts may impact Atlantic activities. “Right now, with what the board has been given, approximately $35,000 will come from activities,” said Alexander. “Part of the reductions are...

Football Coach Resigns

AHS students took to Twitter on Tuesday night in response to Coach Nick Ross's announcement that he has accepted a position in Waukee.

May 1, 2014

By Savannah Sorensen On Tuesday, April 29, Atlantic head football coach Nick Ross announced his resignation to the football players in the auditorium after school. Ross was offered a teaching position and the sophomore head football coaching position in Waukee. Ross accepted Monday night. Business...

Light Pole Flattens Teacher’s Car

A teacher's 2013 Ford Fiesta was damaged by a falling light pole in the AHS parking lot on Wednesday. Photo by AHS journalist Brecklyn Carey.

April 17, 2014

By Tanner Mauk and Travis Small On Wednesday, April 16, a light pole fell during strong winds and damaged an unoccupied car in the AHS parking lot. . AHS Principal Heather McKay said that the incident happened between 3 and 3:30 p.m. in the AHS north lot. McKay also said that by around 5 p.m. on Wedn...

CCEOC Runs a Greenhouse Business

CCEOC Runs a Greenhouse Business

April 4, 2014

By Connor Burg The CCEOC students are in business. Mondays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. students work in the greenhouse behind the high school.  Under the direction of teacher, Justin Williams, the students are growing vegetables and flowers from seeds.  When the plants reach maturity, they will be...

Coach Pelzer Resigns

Coach Pelzer Resigns

April 4, 2014

By Stephanie Freund and Kylie Juelsgaard On Mon., March 24, Girls' Basketball Coach Casey Pelzer announced his resignation to the girls basketball team in a morning meeting. Later on that night the school board approved his resignation. Pelzer said “I’ve been thinking about it for awhile, after this season I ...

April Fools: Facts and Fun

April Fools: Facts and Fun

April 1, 2014

By Monica Brewer April Fools Day is one of my favorite holidays because people can prank each other without getting mad.  Throughout the years, people have been pulling pranks on each other and starting prank wars to see who can be the king of pranks.  After years of pranks and tricks, have you w...

Students Place at Special Olympics

Students Place at Special Olympics

March 26, 2014

Over spring break, two students attended Special Olympics at the University of Iowa Fieldhouse in Iowa City on March 16. Junior Erika Meyers placed first, earning a gold medal, in the 16-21 year old male/female basketball skills division. Freshman Kelsey Schinker placed second, earning a silver medal...

Yearbook Adds Video App

Yearbook Adds Video App

March 25, 2014

By Dustin Rudolph Students expect to see pictures in the yearbook, but this year they will be surprised to see video. A new free app called Aurasma will allow students to use their smart phones to watch videos related to selected images. The AHS Javelin editors have decided to take the yearbook to t...

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