Meet Lily and Stanley, Mrs. Cameron’s class pets. They’re Giant Speckled Geckos.
“Every child is an Artist” — Pablo Picasso We start the year off with a Selfie. Students had to mix a variety of grays in order to create a value scale that ranged from white to black. We then drew out our portraits from photographs and painted our selfies. Can you guess who is who? […]
If you’re in either of the physical science classes, then you have probably been experimenting with a new concept this semester. Tinkercad is a website that is used to design structures to 3D print. Both classes have been designing their own unique keychains, which will be printed later in the week. Tinkercad has many options […]
You find interesting things… Confession: Mr. Denham did this without Mrs. Elliott’s knowledge.
There were even human brains! Hey guys! It’s Keith. I wanted to share some things that have been happening around ACH. I interviewed Sarah Nelson last week, who said that she studies for the ACT for about 1 hour a week. She wants to tell everyone that they should study for the ACT! Who needs […]
It’s Spring 2019! I interviewed the Art I & ll teacher, Mrs.Ramagos, to find out a little more about what is going on in her class. What kind of projects do you have planned for the upcoming semester? “Our portfolio for the year will include a variety of projects. Some will be a repeat from […]
We have a few Bob Ross’s on campus! Students were put to the test to see if it was as easy as ole Bobby says. “No mistakes, just happy accidents” -Bob Ross
by Kylie Jones
by Hunter Jacobs Reducing Skin Cancer and Pollution Mrs. Stone’s Environmental Science class is doing a project on helping the environment in some kind of way and the Green Smokers group is trying to reduce skin cancer and pollution in Baton Rouge Louisiana. They are working on talking to the mayor of Baton Rouge and […]
by Tyler Cambre
For Mr. Denham’s Digital Arts class, we put up a Christmas tree in the corner of his classroom. Just one problem, the tree missing the one thing that any Christmas tree needs: Ornaments! So we are asking you, the student body, to come with your own ornament to put on the tree. Whether it’s custom […]
The table above shows the percentage of subjects students found out most difficult for them. Math ranked at the top with 37 percent. More students also identify Science as an area they lag (20%) followed by English (18%). Why is math regarded as the most challenging subject in school, in general? Math is hard to […]
by Ava Lacombe and Rebecca Barton. In Mrs. Cameron’s science class, the seventh and eighth graders built bridges. Their bridges were constructed from toothpicks and modeling clay. The STEM objective required the students’ designs to withstand 100 pennies! Mrs. Cameron judged the bridges based on their strength design, and how it fit in with its […]
Mrs. Montalbano and a pair of junior high students, Slade Landry and Ava Lacombe, built a Pi-Top computer earlier in the school year. When asked about the students working on the pi-top, Mrs. Montalbano replied ” The Pi-Top helped to improve their collaboration skills and helped them to accomplish the difficult task of building a […]
Students were given the task of creating a chair using only cardboard and glue. Check them out!