Albert Lea High School Newspaper

One Act Wins First Place

Gracie Studier
February 10, 2017
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The One Act Play is a short competitive act that goes against different schools, this year they competed against Winona, Waseca, Kason Manorville and Rochester. The plays have to be under 35 minutes, making it shorter than the spring play. The one act play is titled “Every Good Boy Deserves Favor”... Read more »

#ALHSBOOKENDS

Brenda De Rosas
February 10, 2017
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This month’s book for the ALHS Bookends is “The Memory of Things” which takes place during 9/11. Mrs. Bute is in charge of the book club, and can most definitely provide you with more information on 9/11 if you are interested after reading the book. This book club runs on Twitter, search #alhsbookends... Read more »

Albert Lea School Area Schools Students Receive Gmail Access

Albert Lea School Area Schools Students Receive Gmail Access

Emily Wangen
February 10, 2017
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On Feb. 3, students in the Albert Lea Area School district received access to a school email address. According to an announcement released by the district's Coordinator of Technology Integration, Kenneth Griswold, the aim of giving students access to email is to " facilitate better communication... Read more »

Memorizing vs Learning

Memorizing vs Learning

Kathryn Flaherty, Social Media Manager
January 30, 2017
Filed under Issue 5, News

Insane amounts of flashcards, notebooks and papers spread out across bedroom floors, and cup after cup of coffee. Nights where waking up happens mere hours after falling asleep. For most high school students, this is what is described as “cramming.” The act of staying up late and trying to memorize... Read more »

Season of Giving

Kathryn Flaherty
December 14, 2016
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Tis the season of giving. Not just the physical exchange of gifts, but the gift of time. With the holiday season right around the corner, volunteer work is on the rise. National Honor Society is a volunteer organization here at Albert Lea High School that volunteers year round, not just during the holidays.... Read more »

Blood Drive Comes to ALHS

Blood Drive Comes to ALHS

Kathryn Flaherty, Social Media Manager
December 1, 2016
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The Albert Lea High School chapter of National Honor Society hosted another blood drive on Nov. 30. Members of NHS assisted in checking in donors and helping at the snack table. Students 16 years old who met qualifications were encouraged to participate in this life-saving event.       ... Read more »

Clubs and Activities Photo Day

November 23, 2016
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If you are in one (or more) of these groups, you will have your picture taken on Nov. 29 in the auditorium. If your group has special clothing, attire, or team gear, please wear it for the picture! The schedule will NOT be announced throughout the day so it is your responsibility to show up on time. 1st Hour ... Read more »

Trump Triumphs

Trump Triumphs

November 15, 2016
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Election Results Nationwide Hillary Clinton: 228 Electoral votes 59,786,251 popular votes Donald Trump 279 Electoral votes 59,578,826 Popular Votes How Minnesota Voted Clinton- 46.8% Trump- 45.4%

The Story on Snapchat

The Story on Snapchat

Emily Wangen
November 15, 2016
Filed under News

Many students at Albert Lea High School use Snapchat to communicate with friends and share their lives. After numerous reports sent to administration as well as Officer Ted Herman of lewd photos, photos of inappropriate gestures and drugs being sent over Snapchat at school, the district made the decision... Read more »

An Astonishing Accomplishment

An Astonishing Accomplishment

October 7, 2016
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       The crowd went wild as the Albert Lea varsity football team took on Tri-City United (TCU) on Sept. 30, winning 21 to 6. This was a first win in four years, and the first homecoming win in eight years. The players could not be more excited. Head Coach Corey Black said, “It was a ... Read more »

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