Dress Code Dilemmas

Abby Pfeifer, Contributor

October 17, 2017


Filed under Humans of Atascocita, People

The dress code in place at AHS and all Humble ISD schools is something that affects every student's daily life. Prior to the start of the 2017-2018 school year, two new changes were made; male students can now sport earrings and naturally-colored facial hair. According to Erin Johnson, 10, the tweaks "weren't nec...

The Destruction of Harvey

The Destruction of Harvey

Ana Chincoa, Contributer

October 5, 2017


Filed under Humans of Atascocita, Local, News, People, Photo, Social Action

August, it was a bad month for all Americans. Until Harvey, Texas hadn't had a hurricane since 2008 - Ike crashed ashore near Galveston as a category 2 - Harvey was the worse hurricane since Carla in 1961 that had catalog 4 too. The hurricane came from the African coast on  August 17 and affected Texas,...

Hispanic Heritage Month at AHS

Hispanic Heritage Month at AHS

Abby Pfeifer, Contributor

October 5, 2017


Filed under Humans of Atascocita, Local

National Hispanic Heritage Month is every year from September 15 to October 15. The independence days of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua,and Honduras are all on the fifteenth of September, with Mexico’s Dia de la Raza and independence day also falling within the month. Chile’s day of independe...

Fresh Year: Fresh Start

Fresh Year: Fresh Start

Matthew Rinn, Editor In Chief

September 29, 2017


Filed under Features, Humans of Atascocita, News, People, Showcase, Uncategorized

Last year was an excellent year across the board for The Atascocita High School. Varsity Football made it to the state semi- finals. Boys Varsity Basketball made it to the regional semi-finals. Lacrosse won the city championship. Swimming and diving had their girls 400 Freestyle Relay place 8th in the...

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