Kailyn McKay The Charter Opinion 5/14/2020 Recently we have all been confined to being home instead of being out with friends and socializing. This has been hard on many people who usually go outside or have a daily routine of leaving and doing things instead of sitting at home eating every hour and watching reruns on Netflix. People all over social media, actors, actresses, famous … Continue reading Quarantine Gardening
5/14/2020 Kailyn McKay In my household, desserts and sweets are such an amazing treat in times of stress and confusion. We like to take family time and whip up something good. In this way we get a tasty dessert, and we get to talk and socialize. This recipe helps when you need something made easy or even just a surprise to the family at … Continue reading My Take On Swirl Cheesecake
Kailyn McKay Chartered Territory 1/22/20 “Do the floss on the highway.” -Winston Small “I once got dared to go out in the snow and stick my tongue to a metal pole and it got stuck, and it ripped off half of my tastebuds.” -Rebecca Burton “Stuck my finger in my eye after covering it in California reaper oil.” -Torren Lewis “When my brother scratched his … Continue reading What’s the stupidest thing you’ve been dared to do?
Kailyn McKay & Rebecca BurtonThe Charter News 11/20/19 Katelynn Reynolds, “No, my grandma’s living room is more interesting.” Laurie Phelan, “I don’t think so, but I’m not playing on it.” Allison Jackson, “No the old playground was way better.” Grana Khan, “I don’t think so, because that one was there for so long and I miss the old one.” Eljo (Elliot Lute), “ Yes, because … Continue reading Is the new playground better than the old one?
Kailyn McKay The Charter News 19 The Harvest Ball was held in the cafeteria at 7:00 pm on Friday, October 25. Twenty tickets were sold from the study hall in advance of the event, according to Merrie Miller, our study hall teacher and ticket salesperson. She said that usually kids don’t start buying tickets till the last week. Sophomore Haladar Wright was one of the … Continue reading 2019 Harvest Ball
Kailyn McKay The Charter News 10/2/19 ACA has seen some new faces, since 2007. This year there are 70 new students that registered, according to Mrs. Diana Brainerd. So many family and friends of other current students want in and start a new schooling life here, she added. Alliance can accept, at most, 395 students each year and as of late September we have 390, … Continue reading Taking in new families