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Food Drive Trash Talkin’

April 13, 2011

It's now the middle of the week and the NHS Food Drive is in full swing.   AHSneedle has journeyed out into the 3rd period classrooms to record some of the fierce rivalries between students collecting non-perishable food items. Check it out yo'! Ms. Hayden Ms. Huggins   Mr. Sh...

Luke Karamitros breaks school record

April 13, 2011

By Anthony Robinson On Tuesday, April 12, senior Luke Karamitros broke the Atlantic High School school record for the 1600 meter race. "Its a 64 year record so that's pretty cool," Karamitros said Karamitros broke Mick Anderson's 64-year record. Karamitros ran the 1600 in 4:30.86 at the Harl...

Girls Golf defeats Rams

April 13, 2011

by Anthony Robinson On Tuesday, April 12, the Atlantic girls' golf team defeated the Glenwood Rams 186-258. The Trojanns were led by medalist Sierra Worth who shot a 45. Sierra Worth- 45 Kristen Schuler- 46 Brooke Fletcher- 47 Bailey Walter- 48 Kaitlynn Walter- 52 Pammy Fixmer-...

Senior parent Ann Johnk comments on Every 15-Minute program

April 12, 2011

By Katelyn Blake Ann Johnk, mother of senior Austin Johnk, says that her first reaction to the 15-Minute Program was, “I think it will be intense, I hope it is intense enough for kids to learn.” “When I got that call at 8:20 in the morning from police department saying that my son died and...

Trojans come up short to Cyclones

April 12, 2011

by Anthony Robinson The Atlantic Trojans hosted the Harlan Cyclones on Monday, April 11.  The Trojans were defeated 5-4. Coach Shawn Petersen said, "I felt going in that this would be a competitive dual; Harlan is a good team with quality depth through the middle of their lineup, and the final score showed...

Barry’s ride to the police department

April 8, 2011

Many questions arise after watching the 15-Minute occurrences.  Junior Taylor Barry participated in the mock collision and trial. She helps in answering some questions about the experience. “It was the worst feeling ever [watching the accident unfold], granted it wasn’t really happening, but the o...

NHS Food Drive April 11-15

April 8, 2011

by Anthony Robinson The National Honor Society at is holding a food drive at AHS the week of April 11-15. Food will be collected during third period throughout the week. As an incentive to donate food, prizes will be awarded to the top three classes who collect the most food (mo...

Girls golf tames Panthers

April 8, 2011

by Anthony Robinson The Atlantic Trojann girl's golf team traveled to Creston on Thursday, April 7.   The Trojann and Panthers called off the meet after six holes due to the heavy rain and very cold temperatures.  The Trojanns defeated the Creston Panthers, 115-162. Kristen Schuler- 27 Brooke F...

Trojan Soccer loses in shootout

April 7, 2011

by Anthony Robinson The Atlantic Trojan soccer team hosted the Lewis Central Titans in their second game of the season on Tuesday, April 5.  The Trojans were defeated 3-1 in a shootout. With the loss the Trojans fell to 1-1 on the season. The two teams were tied at 2 after two 45-minute halves an...

Every-15-Minutes program impacts AHS students and parents

April 5, 2011

By Anthony Robinson Every 15 minutes someone in the United States dies from an alcohol-related collision.  The program Every 15 Minutes was hosted at Atlantic High School on Monday, April 4 and Tuesday, April 5. On Monday, students were pulled from classes every 15 minutes of the day by the "grim reaper."  After the student was taken...

Bracelet sales fund a good cause

March 31, 2011

By Katelyn Blake Over the last week, students at AHS have been wearing new hemp-and-bead bracelets. These bracelets are the product of junior Paige Kennon who is making and selling them to help raise funds for a child in need. AHSneedle caught up to Kennon and asked her a few questions about the bracelets and their pu...

Update on Nathan Allen

March 31, 2011

Alyssa Askeland “Mom, tell everybody I’m okay,” is the message Nathan (Nate) Allen asked his mother, art teacher Pat Wiederien to relay to people in Atlantic. Allen, an Army specialist serving in Afghanistan, was shot Tuesday during an ambush of his team. Wiederien spoke to Allen on Thursday at 4:15...

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