• January 11Follow the principals on Twitter - @Principal_AAJHS @9thGradeAAJHS @DCAMPBELL_AAJHS @Ms_Bogle_AAJHS

  • January 7Daffodil Sales are back! Help raise money for the American Cancer Society. Room 212 for info

  • December 18Winter break for students Dec. 21 to Jan. 2.

Union doesn’t disappoint

January 23, 2013


Filed under Columns, Opinion

When looking for a versatile snowboard binding choose the Union Atlas binding. I have been riding it since December and I haven't found one problem yet. I  bought the Union Atlas bindings this year for my board. The bindings can be used anywhere on the mountain from the terrain park to black diamon...

Countdown to Christmas

Countdown to Christmas

December 7, 2012


Filed under Opinion

Every year, ABC Family has a countdown to Christmas in the evenings of December. This is an outstanding idea because it gives children of all ages the opportunity to not only keep a countdown until Santa comes, but to get into the Christmas spirit. Not only do children watch the series of movies, but ...

Pick up Sara’s Game for holiday reading

Pick up Sara’s Game for holiday reading

December 7, 2012


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The book Sara’s Game is written by Ernie Lidnsey.  It costs $9.68 for a paperback copy at Barne’s and Noble.  If you have a Kindle, it will only cost you $0.99.  That is a pretty reasonable price for  an amazing book like this.  It is a mystery and thriller book. In this book, the ...

Eat ‘n Park’s “mini” problem: pick-up orders on the small size

December 7, 2012


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Hoping to get a quick dinner on Saturday Dec. 1, everyone in the family bought a sandwich from the Eat ‘n Park Pick Up.  When they were brought home, and when all of the white Styrofoam containers were opened, everyone noticed that the orders that were made were obviously smaller.  No one could fi...

Ally Condie scores with last book in Trilogy

Ally Condie scores with last book in Trilogy

December 7, 2012


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Reached is the last book to the Matched trilogy. So far this is a really good book. Cassia, Xander and Ky are all going through the storyline together and facing things all together. The rebellion has started and stuff was going good until there was a mutation with the plague. Xander’s character ...

Vampires, werewolves and humans, oh my!

Vampires, werewolves and humans, oh my!

December 7, 2012


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  I went to watch Breaking Dawn-Part 2 in the movie theaters. It was directed by Bill Condon. Stephenie Meyer wrote the books. The genres of this movie are fantasy, romance, film, science fiction, action & adventure and drama. The action during the movie and all the drama against the Volturi and ...

Experience magical world of Shiver

Experience magical world of Shiver

December 6, 2012


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 Looking for a new series to read? A trilogy full of romance, suspense and werewolves?  Start off by reading Shiver the first book to the wolves of mercy falls trilogy written by Maggie Stiefvater and published by scholastic inc.  You’re bound to love it! Grace is a down to earth girl who falls...

B@ll or F@ll

B@ll or F@ll

December 6, 2012


Filed under Editorial, Opinion

And now, for the team in discussion with almost every basketball fanatic on the west coast, in the country, and even around the world, the Los Angeles Lakers. Now, let’s all be honest, the world has been waiting for a long time to see what Dwight Howard was going to do in the field of team selection. But, now th...

The Lorax Review

December 6, 2012


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The Lorax, based on a book by Dr. Seuss, came out into theaters in March of 2012. I went and saw it with my family and we loved it. The storyline of the movie kept you watching throughout the whole thing. The movie had several different moods to it including, exciting, upsetting and humorous. One...

Some school lunches more of a snack: Newer lunches served in the cafeteria lack amount,options

Some school lunches more of a snack: Newer lunches served in the cafeteria lack amount,options

December 6, 2012


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Reviews

Since the ninth graders of 2012 started going to this school, the lunches have become smaller and not have as much variety as they did. It is good that the school district is trying to be healthier, but it is a loss for the students. These “healthier” lunches are now minuscule compared to the lun...

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