Tag: School

School Lunch Review

Story by: Leila Shawel
Image Courtesy of: Leila Shawel

You’re in your 4th period class with a rumbling stomach waiting for the lunch bell to ring. After what seems like ages, you finally hear the ding of the bell indicating that it’s now time to rush to the lunchroom. Lined up eager to see what’s in store and what might fill your hungry stomach. You end up in front of the door to the cafeteria and smell the enticing aroma of whatever might be for lunch today. “What would you like today?” you’re asked. A tray of food is given to you, then seated at a table with a group of friends, you take off your mask and take the magical first bite of lunch. Your hunger is finally satisfied. 

Atholton High School JROTC

Story by: Maria Emmons
Image Courtesy of: JROTC

“The mission of the JROTC program is to motivate students to be better citizens and in consort of that we also focus on leadership training and character development,” said Col. Reinhart, the Senior Army instructor for the JROTC program at Atholton.

Winter Sports Final Records/Standings

Lawson Mungo Staff Reporter 1 March, 2022 Varsity Boys basketball- 13-3 (2nd in the county) (Regular season)- Plays Long Reach High School @Home (Playoffs) Jv Boys Basketball- 12-3 (Regular season) Girls Varsity- 12-3 (3rd in […]

Atholton’s Green Team – Fighting Climate Change One Recycling Bin at a Time

Story by: Shifa Shaikh & Neel Singh
Image courtesy of: Donna Schwab

Improving the environmental footprint of a school with close to 1,500 students, while juggling a boatload of responsibilities is a formidable task to go at alone. Luckily, the Green Team keeps its door open to all students who are willing to participate.

Revamping the Literary Magazine

Story by: Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly
Image Courtesy of: Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly

What started as a simple idea to restart a previous club at Atholton turned into an opportunity for students to meet new people, improve their writing skills, and have their literary talent showcased. 

Welcoming Our New Teachers

Story By: Journalism I Students
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HCPSS in a Pandemic: Everything You Need to Know

Story By: Morgan Ryan & Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly
Photo Courtesy of: Canva

Empty desks. High absences. A packed health room. The cause, a virus. Ever since HCPSS schools opened on August 30th, students, staff, and parents have been adjusting and making themselves aware of the new COVID-19 regulations. 

Finding Their Way: Redistricted Students Adjust to Atholton

Story by: Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly
Photo Courtesy of: Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly

Walking through the halls of high school for the very first time is always a challenge. Students struggle to find classes, make new friends, and understand new procedures. This year, for one particular group, coming to Atholton proved to be more difficult than usual–and they weren’t freshmen.