Ahlahasa

Letter to the Editor for Haley

Morgan Bjorklund, Entertainment Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Issue 8, Opinion

Dear Haley, There are no words to express that could completely capture the impact you have had on the Ahlahasa staff this school year. You are so dedicated to the work that we do, and I can see the passion that is behind each and every article you pour your heart into. You are such an amazing writer...

Alec Wendelboe

Alec Wendelboe, Business Manager

May 9, 2018


Filed under Issue 8

  I’m sure you’re expecting the cliche words from the average senior about moving onto a new chapter of their life, but I will not be saying those words now. The door is finally closing behind us as we’ve anticipated for such a long time. We are finally beginning to become real adults...

Kylie Brown

Kylie Brown, Managing Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Issue 8, Opinion

Well seniors, we did it. It’s crazy to think that just five years ago I walked into the high school not knowing what to do with my life. Now as a senior I have a plan to attend Minnesota State University in Mankato to major in Elementary Education and minor in Spanish. I have always known I wanted to...

Impact Student: Kayla Jensen

Impact Student: Kayla Jensen

Kylie Brown and Brenda De Rosas

May 9, 2018


Filed under Feature, Issue 8

Through her various involvement throughout the school and resourcefulness Kayla Jensen has left her mark on Albert Lea High School. Jensen has been involved with soccer, National Honors Society, President of Roar, Vice President of Orchestra council and jazz band. As well as being Albert Lea high school’s...

Letter to the Editor for Brenda

Aliyah Verness, Feature Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Issue 8

Dear Brenda, Thank you for being such an extraordinary editor and person. We have gotten close this year and I’m forever thankful. Even though I am a handful, you have somehow found a way to put up with my annoying, pessimistic self. Your optimism is what struck a chord with me. Even when we were...

Impact Teacher Therese Netzer

Brenda De Rosas, Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Feature, Issue 8

Therese Netzer, English teacher at Albert Lea high school, puts her student’s needs before her own. She has been thinking of making cards for her students in the class of 2018 to leave them a quote for them to remember. “You need to be the author of your own life,” Netzer said. “You’ve had...

Albert Lea High School Newspaper
Issue 8