Tag: technology

The Apollo Mission, But Better This Time

NASA is planning on sending humans to the Moon by 2024. This is Project Artemis. Unlike the Apollo missions, this project’s goal is to establish a long term and sustainable presence on the Moon in preparation for traveling to Mars.
Story by: Jordan Neperud
Photo courtesy of: NASA

New Tests, New Concerns

When quarantine started, schools were shut down for a few weeks before online learning began. College Board, the non-profit organization behind the SAT and AP tests, wasn’t sure whether or not to allow students to still take the test. There were several reasons, such as the students getting less time for class and preparations, the same $94 price per test for less learning and smaller tests, and the question of how to give the students their tests.

Cooking With Erin

While stuck inside during quarantine, try your hand at these lively recipes to brighten up your day.

Understanding the Coronavirus

Catch the latest on the hysteria surrounding today’s pandemic: Coronavirus.

The Raider Time Review, Episode 1: October 30, 2019

This marks the beginning of Atholton High School’s own broadcast news program, the Raidertime Review!

Success STEMs from Science Olympiad Hard Work

Atholton’s Science Olympiad team had an exciting season this school year. Out of three major competitions, the group managed to grab multiple first place awards small events.

HCPSS Implements New Chromebook Initiative for Students

Long login times, unpredictable computer behavior, and outdated applications. These are issues that students throughout Howard County have experienced when trying to use school technology. To address this, the school system has called into place […]

Small Action Activism

How to stay woke and still sleep at night.

You Have to Give Them Props: Atholton Theater Department’s Annual Festivals

On January 3rd, Atholton High School’s Theater Department traveled down the road to Howard Community College to partake in the Howard County Theater Festival. Atholton later ventured to Towson University on January 11th and 12th for the annual Maryland Thespian Festival.

February Professional Learning

On February 5th, while schools are closed and students are at home, teachers still have a full day of learning ahead in teacher-taught seminars.