Month: March 2018
Making the Community One Meal Happier: The Annual Atholton Food Drive
Andrew Berman Staff Reporter To be involved in a community isn’t just to enjoy the presented activities or reek the benefits, but also to help others in your community and other communities all around you. […]
Exploring Diversity: Multicultural Night
Jake Feldman Sports Editor 26 March 2018 On March 12, the cafeteria was filled with lively music and eager students, as they milled about the decorative booths complete with colorful posters and ethnic food. All […]
The Howard County Student Film Festival: A Celebration of Creativity
The Howard County Student Film Festival gave students a platform for ideas and imagination.
Atholton Students Walk Out
Atholton students walk out in solidarity with victims of the Parkland shooting.
Atholton High School Students Walk Out In Support of Parkland
A month after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Shooting, Atholton High School students walked out in a fight for safer schools. The students gathered in the football field and held 17 minutes of silence for each of the lives lost in the tragedy.
Community Rallies at School Safety and Mental Health Forum
On February 28 at 7 pm, the Howard County Board of Education members, educators, parents, and students gathered at River Hill High School for the School Safety and Mental Health Forum.
Taking a Hit: No More Baseline Concussion Testing
Beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, baseline concussion tests are no longer required for high school athletes.
Is Technology Taking Over Your Life?
Over the past few decades, technology has become an integral part of our daily lives. How much is too much?
Learning the Lingua Franca
From calculus to chemistry to Common Core English, the typical high school school day is challenging. But for Atholton’s ESOL students, there is yet another hurdle: overcoming the foreign language barrier.
A Place for A Latte of Creativity
National English Honors Society’s first annual Coffee House took place on Tuesday, January 30, providing the community with the chance to espress-o everything on their minds: whether it was in the form of music or literature.