Social Distance. Wear a Mask. Stop the Spread.

Mebele Onwuaduegbo | Reporter These three terms have been at the forefront of 2020 since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in early March. It is now December, which the middle of the flu season in the United States. The flu season this year has been hectic due to the introduction of the coronavirus. According to Mayo Clinic, the coronavirus and the flu have many … Continue reading Social Distance. Wear a Mask. Stop the Spread.

Senior Awarded National African American Scholar by College Board

Elshadai Aberra | Web Editor-in-Chief Senior Mebele Onwuaduegbo named National African American Scholar by College Board due to scoring in the top 2.5% of the PSAT her junior year. “I was really surprised when Mrs. Hatchett told me that I got it. It is great to see College Board is recognizing black scholars and I am grateful to be one of them,” said Onwuaduegbo. Continue reading Senior Awarded National African American Scholar by College Board

M.E.A.N. Girls Discuss Navigating through Senior Year (VIDEOCAST)

The Echo presents the first episode of reporters Mebele Onwuaduegbo, Ayoola Laleye, and Nuhamin Demeku and web editor-in-chief Elshadai Aberra’s [M.E.A.N. girls’] videocast. This video’s topic centering around the ladies’ senior years. Video edited by Elshadai Aberra. Continue reading M.E.A.N. Girls Discuss Navigating through Senior Year (VIDEOCAST)

Eight Black Owned Businesses to Support Near Avon

Mebele Onwuaduegbo | Reporter Are you looking for something fun to do near Avon? Interested in finding new restaurants to check out? From music lessons to restaurants, black owned businesses have you covered. Listed below are some black-owned businesses that you should check out and support near Avon! Johnson’s Coffee Shop This black and family-owned coffee shop is located at The Shops at Perry Crossing … Continue reading Eight Black Owned Businesses to Support Near Avon

AHS Students’ Thoughts on Hybrid Schedule

Mebele Onwuaduegbo | Reporter “I honestly enjoy the hybrid schedule. Class sizes seem less overwhelming, hallways are much less congested, and teaching seems to be more “one-on-one”. I do miss seeing some friends, but taking necessary precautions is important for the safety of students.” -Hayden Sawyer, 12 “There are some things I do like and some I don’t. I like that there’s still physical classes. … Continue reading AHS Students’ Thoughts on Hybrid Schedule