• Check your email to sign up for Friends of Rachel Club! Deadline to sign up September 24!
  • Thursday, Sept. 30 is team spirit/ jersey day! Wear a favorite team color and show support!
  • The Chromebook Café is open every Monday - Friday from 2:40 - 4:10 after school.
  • The fitness room is open every Monday through Friday from 2:40 to 4:10 after school.
  • All library books are due ASAP.
  • Chromebook collection will be held June 8 for Virtual/ACA students.
  • All in-person students will turn in their Chromebooks on Friday, June 4 during math classes.
  • May 20, 21, 24 are the last days to buy tickets for mansion mania.
  • Eighth graders in National Junior Honors Society check your google classroom stream for a fun announcement
  • Eighth graders come celebrate our junior high career at Mansion park on May 26, 2021. Tickets cost $5 and will be sold on May 12.
Alyssa Feather

Alyssa Feather, Guest Reporter

Hola! I'm Alyssa Feather, a freshman and cyber student at the Altoona Area Junior High School. This is my first year writing for the Livewire. I have wanted to write for the school newspaper ever since I found out about it in seventh grade. I have always loved photography and writing. I would be the kid in the class who would actually be excited to write a TDA. Yeah I know what you're thinking. That's crazy! I have played the violin since I was in fourth grade, making this my sixth year playing. In my freetime, I am almost always reading or singing. Some of my favorite books are definitely Listening for Lucca by Suzanne LaFleur and Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp. I love watching movies and my favorite one is 5 feet apart. A lot of my friends and family members describe me as an entertaining, outgoing and funny person. I always speak my mind and I believe in doing what's right. After I finish school, I plan to go to college and study law, and be a lawyer in the future. I live by Marilyn Monroe's quote “Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”

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