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Beyond the Milky Way

Roger Griffin, the success center leader and his team of student council members have been able to find different themes for ten years, despite how difficult it can be to come up with new ones every year. “A committee of 5 different council members, they make a plan of different themes and narrow it down to one choice,” said Griffin. Though he was hesitant, Griffin was able to give us …

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Cheyenne Zamora

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Events

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    Beyond the Milky Way
    Roger Griffin, the success center leader and his team of student council members have been able to find different themes
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    Students Audition for Spring Musical
    There is much to look forward to in a school filled with music, sports, and acting. After school starts, the fall play i
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    Behind Tech Week
    Tech Week, also referred to as “Hell Week”,  was a highly stressful time for the cast of Mr. Burns A Post Electric
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    Empty Bowls in Action
    By selling ceramic bowls made by students and professionals alike, Arvada High School put together the Empty Bowls proje

Organizations

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    Behind Tech Week
    Tech Week, also referred to as “Hell Week”,  was a highly stressful time for the cast of Mr. Burns A Post Electric
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    Empty Bowls in Action
    By selling ceramic bowls made by students and professionals alike, Arvada High School put together the Empty Bowls proje
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    Coming Home, Keeping Watch
    So with the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year and the return of a newspaper to Arvada High School, we, the newspape

Sports

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In the Classroom

  • Recovering More Than Credits
    High school is different for everyone and has a unique affect on people later in life. Many people say they wish they co
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    Encouraging Younger Generations
    Continuing the annual tradition of encouraging young students to attend Arvada High, students from Joe Ventola’s AP En
  • Why Don’t Kids Like to Read?
    If I was to stand in front of an ordinary class and ask “who reads for fun”, I would bet $20 that one third to none
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    A New Way to Learn
    It’s been a debated issue on whether or not certain teaching methods were getting through to students. Each studen
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    How To Get Back On Track In School
    Do you feel like you have no motivation to do your schoolwork? Ever come across your grades on the Parent Portal and see

In the Community

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    Empty Bowls in Action
    By selling ceramic bowls made by students and professionals alike, Arvada High School put together the Empty Bowls proje
  • After School Incident
    According to an email from Principal Gina Rivas, three young men showed up to the school, possibly armed. Families and s
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    Encouraging Younger Generations
    Continuing the annual tradition of encouraging young students to attend Arvada High, students from Joe Ventola’s AP En
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    Basics of Arvada School Funding
    School funding has become a more pressing issue as of late. It seems as if though smaller schools, such as Arvada, are g

Entertainment

The Watchdog (Opinion)

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