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Let’s Hear It for The Colonies!

Let’s Hear It for The Colonies!

Rio Fuentes, Reporter

November 24, 2018

In October, the 8th grade social studies classes, got a chance to experience colonial life. The colonial fair is an annual event that really brings history to life. Camden Phillips (Gr. 8) enjoyed the process. “Yes, it was really fun getting to learn about all the colonies.” Students worked to create indiv...

Teeing It Up

Teeing It Up

Aidan Drury and Camden Phillips

November 20, 2018

There are many students at AOMS who enjoy playing on the golf team like Colin Roselle (Gr. 8). “I enjoy playing with my friends and taking easy dubs.” Along with the friendships, Kyler Phillips (Gr.8) enjoys the the physical benefits.“It’s fun and it gives me a good source of reflexes.” For...

The Great Outdoors

The Great Outdoors

Annalisa Conca, Reporter

November 20, 2018

As kids were walking to school, getting ready to leave to 6th grade camp, many were excited for the adventures to come. Zach Jones (Gr. 6) was “excited for the rock-climbing wall.” Stella Roller (Gr. 6) was looking forward to “staying in the cabins and hanging out with my friends.” Ethan Linds...

Support for Success – Back-to-School Night

Support for Success – Back-to-School Night

Nikki Duchene and CarlyRae Jones

October 7, 2018

Many parents enjoy coming to Back-to-School Night because they are able to personally meet their kids teachers and learn more about their classes. "I like meeting all the parents at Back to School Night."(Mrs. Frazee, Gr. 6 Science/Math Teacher) Teachers are also able to inform the parents about all...

Off to a Great Start

Off to a Great Start

Owen Loughery, Reporter

October 2, 2018

As the sun started to rise on the first day of school, everyone was full of excitement. The students were bummed to end summer but were happy to see their friends, especially Ellie Sied (Gr. 6).  "I miss summer, but I’m really happy to see all my friends again and start up school work." With schedules...

So Many Reasons to Run

So Many Reasons to Run

Madi Sanders and Annie Provo

October 1, 2018

Cross country is one of the most popular sports on campus. "I chose to do cross country because I like running, and a lot of my friends did it."(Anya J. Obradovic, Gr. 7) For some it is the personal challenge.  "I want to do as best as I can in my races."(Anya J. Obradovic, Gr. 7) "I chose cross country b...

Registration – A Mixed Bag

Registration – A Mixed Bag

Alison Sitarz, Reporter

October 1, 2018

The beginning of school is filled with mixed emotions. Casey Gilewski explains that “Middle school can be an exciting and terrifying time for students.”(Association of Middle-Level Education) For many of the new students, they are more nervous than others. “It’s a bigger school. It’s gonna h...

Being Prepared for the First Day

Being Prepared for the First Day

Lilly Allen, Reporter

October 1, 2018

6th Grade Orientation happens every year, the day before school starts. It is always a great way for the 6th graders to get comfortable with a new school right from the start. “It was really fun, I meant a lot of new friends, and I learned where all my classes were, and it was pretty cool.” (Oli...

8th Grade Dance

8th Grade Dance

Lucy Walker, Reporter

June 11, 2018

Every year, the 8th graders get one last chance to say goodbye, at the 8th-grade dance. This year on June 9th, I got photos of the dance and looked more into it. I also interviewed some kids who thought it is important to go to the dance because, "Its a chance to say goodbye to our friends one last...

Socratic Wha-?

Socratic Wha-?

Rio Fuentes, Reporter

June 2, 2018

Many students agreed with Josh Hamilton (Gr. 6) that the seminar was a success. “I thought the socratic seminar was pretty good. ” However, as Sebastian Deustua (Gr. 6) noted, it took some getting used to for some students.  “Some people got a little off task. Other than that, it was pretty good.” The...

A Changing View

A Changing View

Megan Shetty, Reprter

May 25, 2018

We have a new look on campus, thanks to some wonderful artists who donated their time and talent. Lilly Allen (Gr. 7) thinks it will make a big difference. “I think that the murals will have a great impact because its more colorful and pretty.” Jake Keller (Gr.7) feels that the vibrant colors help ...

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