Thoughts on AATL’s Closing

The USA hasn't been through a "pandemic" like this before and it takes some getting used to. I'm here to share some of my thoughts about this. 3/27/2020 My thoughts on this whole thing is that it’s different. Everything is still working like it would be if we are at school but in a new... Continue Reading →

Phones, I don’t think so!

Are phones hurting kids during school even if they are used for school purposes? Tests have been done and shown that phones have contributed in failing grades for many middle and high school students. These tests were done with two groups of Rutger students. To test if phones had an effect on students, Mr. Kang,... Continue Reading →

The Girl Scout Journey

The Girl Scouts- Chloe, Luna, Abby, Eden, Aumoi, Alaina, Eryn, and Sharyana. The troop leaders- Mrs. Michelle and Mrs. Andrea. By: Eryn McLeod, Green Club   The Girl Scouts submitted our Bronze award project in October. There were many steps along the way, and the end result was Green Club. The Green Club has brought... Continue Reading →

Grandstories

On Friday 18 January 2019, Grandparent’s Day is held at Academy at the Lakes. Grandparents shared a wonderful breakfast with their grand kids and spent the morning doing activities. Grandparents day had a lot of activities planned for those who attended such as the always popular boat ride with Mrs. Mahoney, the wonderful experience of... Continue Reading →

How The Fishing Club got Hooked.

The Mystery of Fishing Club Originally, Michael Halfpenny '24 and I, Austin Suarez '23, were simply going to write a report on the Fishing Club’s disbandment; however, in attempting to unravel this mystery, we were sent on a week-long adventure in search of all the intricate details of the fate of the club. What we... Continue Reading →

Band VS Strings

Walking into Mr. Heller’s room, reporter Annabel Upton prepares to experience a dull, soulless interview, not even a thought passing through her head that this interview would change her whole story as well as her outlook on band and strings. Many students think of band and strings as just another class to play a regular... Continue Reading →

The Road to Regionals

Here I am at 8 years old, goofing around before a tournament   My name is Tristin Perkins, a junior golfer for Academy at the Lakes. I have been on the team for one year, this year is my second. I've been playing golf since I was three years old, and will continue until I... Continue Reading →

Managing Champions

Football is one of the most exciting sports to watch, and the spotlight is usually on the players, nobody usually pays attention to what happens in the background. However, in the background working hard are often the managers. Being a team manager is one of the most important jobs of a football team. They make... Continue Reading →

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