Hanna Walker | Reporter YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat, the list goes on. Generation Z is the first to ever have constant access to the internet, a thing becoming increasingly vital to modern society. People are becoming more dependent on mapping programs and search engines, and one thing is for certain: our social lives are becoming rapidly intertwined with the internet. To some degree or another, many … Continue reading OK Boomer: Do Phones Really Impact Teen Mental Health?
Kaitlyn Mason | Web Managing Editor On Feb. 19, the annual Culture Fair was held during SRT and each lunch. The event gave clubs and students both a chance to help teach fellow peers more about the other cultural groups within AHS. With Mrs. Steppe taking lead, students filled out a ‘passport’ for extra credit in class and visited the many booths, many of which … Continue reading AHS Students Participate in Annual Culture Fair (Slideshow)
Elshadai Aberra | Managing Editor The Echo asked three couples 15 questions, ranging from “What is your partner’s favorite color?” to “What do they want to be when they grow up?” Watch the video to find out who manages to win first place and simultaneously get all 15 questions correct. Continue reading Three AHS Couples Compete in Newlyweds Game
By Nathan Miller | Reporter How did you first get into volleyball? Ava Torrance: In seventh grade my friend convinced me to try out. Holly Eastridge: I used to play basketball, and I had a trainer who forced me into it because I was tall; she said if I was not going to try out she would take me to tryouts. I liked it so much I quit … Continue reading Juniors Ava Torrance and Holly Eastridge Commit to Play College Volleyball