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Senior strives for success

Kaitlin Overturf, Editor-in-chief

May 5, 2015

Filed under Student Life

Senior Jasmine Rocha is determined to overcome every challenge that may come her way which is why she is Mane Thing’s Student of the Month. Rocha missed almost three months of school at the beginning of first semester due...

Students remember favorite teachers

Ysabelle Orillos, Opinions Editor

May 5, 2015

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Growing up, school is like our second home.  From eight in the morning to two in the afternoon, almost half of our waking moments are spent at school.  Teachers become our second parents and often inspire us to do our best. Cassie...

Determined teacher inspires students to work hard and have fun at school

Jennifer Acosta, Reporter

May 5, 2015

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Among the outstanding teachers here at AHS is this issue’s Teacher of the Month Wanda Treilter. “It’s a richly deserved honor. Treilter is someone that goes beyond the normal teacher, and she loves her students. She is...

Sophomore leads band as drum major

Lilly Hollingsworth, Showtime Editor

May 5, 2015

Filed under Student Life

Without drum majors, bands would be lost while marching in parades, but they often go unnoticed. However drum major competitions are a way for them to shine with out the band taking the spotlight. A drum major leads the band...

Students find school to be second home

Julieta Rangel, Features Editor

May 5, 2015

Filed under Student Life

You would think students get enough of school, but there are some who are here for what seems like 24/7. You can almost say it is their second home. Many students stay after school for many reasons: sports, clubs, tutoring...

Media students to battle for victory

Kat Ketenbrink, Photographer Editor

May 5, 2015

Filed under Student Life

Second semester sends the Media Arts Academy students into a frenzy of working on projects for the MAA end-of-the-year awards show, Smackdown, scheduled for May 29. Smackdown is sort of like a film festival, except it isn’t...

Sophomore finds passion for art work

Rochelle Deriquito, Reporter

May 5, 2015

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Art can seem boring to some and intriguing to others, but for sophomore Andrew Funkhouser, it means the world. In the beginning of middle school, Funkhouser was introduced to the world of art through the internet. He learned...

Student volunteers change lives

Hannah Charletta, Shout-out Editor

February 12, 2015

Filed under Student Life

Volunteer work is such a great way to give back to the community. According to www.helpguide.org, volunteering can provide a healthy boost to people's self confidence, self-esteem and life satisfaction. Doing good for others...

Students opt for military service

AJ Van Fredenberg, Opinions Editor

February 12, 2015

Filed under Student Life

Our nation prides itself over the men and women who risk their lives everyday to protect the freedom of our nation. The United States military is one of the strongest in the world. Recognizing that, students are planning...

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