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Serving Up A Sweet Invitation

Students new to Carlsbad get a chance to make new friends.

Chloe Noto, Assistant Producer

October 13, 2019

On September 12th, WEB leaders held their annual ice cream social for students new to Carlsbad. Romie Coffler  (Gr.8) explains the purpose of the event. “Well basically, we had a thing where we had it at brunch and advisory. And we had some ice cream, and we just invited some new 7th and 8th graders, a...

Making Tracks

Campers getting ready for a week of adventure.

Dannika Witt, Producer

October 9, 2019

Just after the school year got underway, our sixth graders had the opportunity to go to Camp Marston for a week. While at camp, they got to rock climb, make candles, learn about nature, canoe, try their hand at archery, and lots of other fun activities. For  Andi Felix (Gr. 6), it was the activities....

First Impressions

Students walking on to campus for the first day of school.

Austin Jew, Assistant Producer

October 7, 2019

Many students had different opinions about school after their first week. For Ethan Atkins (Gr. 7) , it was great. ”If I could describe school in on word, it would be awesome!” On the other hand, for Jade Haggerty (Gr. 7), it was, ”exhausting.” And Sarah Brownlee (Gr. 7) also thought it was ”stressful.”...

Charting A New Course

ASB students making posters for

Kiera Irving, Reporter

October 3, 2019

As the new school year starts, we also have new ASB officers. Each one of them chose their positions for certain reasons. Kayla Moul (Gr. 7), ASB President, is in to making things happen. “I wanted to be in charge and make some fun changes for the school.”  Riley Park (Gr. 7), ASB Vice Presiden...

Familiar Faces

Familiar Faces

Lukas Hadjis, Reporter

October 2, 2019

This year at AOMS, we have many new teachers and staff. One of those new teachers is Mrs. Devich. “This year I am teaching 6th and 7th grade social studies.” Mrs. Devich has been teaching since the mid-nineties, which means she has been to a few schools in her career. Some of our students have been ...

Leaving a Legacy

Mr. K. in his classroom.

Lukas Hadjis, Reporter

October 2, 2019

Mr. K. has been on this campus for a long time. " I have been on this campus for eight years. This is my ninth year teaching here." Many students, like Sophia Martin (Gr. 7), have fond memories of being in his class. " I liked how he always woke us up in the morning, by having us do a morning jog around...

A New Page to Be Written

The counseling team greeting students and parents at Back to School Night

Sofia Garruto, Reporter

October 1, 2019

Back to school night is a night where parents can come after school and are able to meet and see their kid's teachers. Mrs. Siegel enjoyed the event. “So far back to school night is going very well. I’m getting to meet all of my son’s teachers and finding of all the new programs that the schoo...

Getting Our Wings

Welcome Posters

Sebastian Deustua, Reporter

September 30, 2019

On the last day of summer, while the 7th and 8th graders were enjoying their last 24 hours of freedom before the school schedule kicked in, the incoming 6th graders were at school where they went through 6th grade orientation. Scott Parker, one of our new 6th grade students, was excited about the changes. ...

Sign on the Line

7th grade students enjoy reconnecting after summer break.

CarlyRae Jones, Reporter

September 29, 2019

This year our campus got to experience a more efficient registration. Delaine Meyers (Gr. 8) noticed the difference. "The process is different because it went a lot faster and the picture booth was quicker because they had three different stations." Registration reveals your new schedule for the year ...

Enchanted Forest Book Fair

Juliana Proctor, Reporter

May 1, 2019

This year’s book fair held in the library had a theme of enchanted forest. Mrs. Laughry has set many great times for kids to buy books. “During your brunch we’re open, all the brunches. Most lunches, all next week too for everyone to come shop. And you will come with your English class also, t...

What’s that sound?

What's that sound?

Yalda Shamsaeifar, Reporter

May 1, 2019

On October, 12th, orchestra had their first concert of the year. Shaun Saenz (Gr. 7) embraced the learning process.“We did great! We kind of screwed up, but it was still fun!” Alexander Palombi-Long (Gr.6) believes that they had a good concert. “We did great! We kind of screwed up but it was s...

Drama in Social Studies?

Dannika Witt, Reporter

April 30, 2019

In Mrs. Schweizer's 7th-grade social studies class, students got the opportunity to perform plays in front of their classmates. One of the students, Frankie Callahan (Gr. 7), gave a more detailed description of the assignment.  "We made social studies mini-dramas about medieval times." The students...

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