Kailyn McKay Jan, 18, 2020 Having an opportunity to choose what you do for the future may affect others. Such as being part of something that is of the greater good. Taking a responsibility for bigger things that a big chunk of our society would not be able to do. One of these responsibilities could be becoming a soldier of the United States Military. Whether … Continue reading Being Recruited
Kailyn McKay & Rebecca BurtonThe Charter News 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 of … Continue reading Is the new playground better than the old one?
By Kailyn McKay Oct. 23, 2019 Charter News 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 … Continue reading 2019 Harvest Ball
By Kailyn McKay The Charter NewsOct. 2, 2019 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 … Continue reading Taking in new families