What if you had to get your water from a truck and you could only get a small amount once a day? As the Journalism 1 class worked with National Geographic’s Out of Eden Project, they learned a startling statistic about how many people are already living this way, and how they will be out…
Last Day 2018: Graduation Moves Indoors
Close to noon, Principal Dwuilt sent a message through Edline stating, “Unfortunately, due to impending thunderstorms we will be holding the ceremony INDOORS in the High School Gymnasium at 7:00pm.” This began the business of the last day of the 2018 school year for everyone in the building. For students, with anywhere from 25 to close…
Large Group Instruction Room Construction Almost Over
On Monday May 21 I looked at the inside of the room. After taking photos of the progress throughout the winter and spring, I was able to see the inside.
2018 Kennywood Physics Field Trip
The Kennywood Physics field trip from 2018 was held on Wednesday, May 16th. Our photographer Alec Kreutzer went along and captured some of the sites around the amusement park. Below are a few of the highlights: Sky CoasterCosmic chaos One highlight was the lunch, which was a cheddar bacon burger and fries along with…
2018 Art Show
Here are a few looks at the 2018 Art Show. Students worked throughout the day on Tuesday, May 8th in the middle school gym to create the installations:
On a warm Monday afternoon in late April, Alec walked around campus and captured a few sights.
Alec’s Foods Beat Day 1: Pajeon Korean-Style Pancake
Alec’s Foods Beat started with a veggie-based pancake called Pajeon Korean-style pancakes.
Pi Day Around AHS
March 14th, 2018 was a day of a community-organized school walkout to support gun control legislation on top of a scheduled two-hour delay. In the same mix was also a national celebration of the day’s date, 3/14, but in math terms. Today was Pi Day. Around AHS, students did not have any particular celebrations or…
Mattress Factory 2017-2018 Group Repaints “Purple Hallway”
As students returned from the President’s Day long-weekend, they found the formerly purple, black, and grey Divas/Andy Warhol decor had been replaced with a bold splash of bright colors. Many in the group, such as juniors Erin Zdrojowy and Andrew Ott, started on Friday evening and continued painting through the in-service day on Monday to…
60 Degree Weather Interrupts January
After three 2 hour delays and one cancellation due to cold weather, January has lived up to its regular reputation as cold and snowy. But on Monday, January 22nd, most of the snow has melted from a burst of spring weather. Mr. Wolfe brought his 8th-period class outside where just last Friday there was still…