Oliver Heimbigner. December 2, 2019. The Charter. There is now a new math coffee shop in ACA. It was started by Mr. Toth to help students in his Consumer Math class learn how to deal with managing money. They serve many types of espressos like lattes, cappuccinos, and mochas, along with sugar and milk, diary and dairy-free milk. “The coffee shop is hoping to expand … Continue reading Math Coffee Shop
By Oliver Heimbigner The Charter News 10/28/19 ACA has a new archery club coming soon, and many students are interested in joining. “The Archery club will be cool because I used to do archery, and archery is cool,” said Seth Ellicott, a 10th grader at ACA. Drew Holland the creator of this archery club says: “I think it is important to have a different variety … Continue reading Archery Club
Oliver, Heimbigner The Charter News 10/25/2019. On the campus of ACA, a new phone policy has been ratified. Some students dislike it, and many students simply ignore the policy. The director of ACA Seanna Bloemer says about this policy, “I think phones can be a distraction in the classroom if there are not clear expectations. I believe the policy sets clear guidelines so all students … Continue reading Phone Policy
by Oliver Heimbigner & Haladar Wright Paige Stickney: “I think it helps some students, but for me personally, I use a different way. So I think it just depends on the person.” Makenna Gilbert: “Well, I think it’s pretty helpful because then you’re more organized and you know like, okay, because then you can, plan out that I can do my homework right now, or … Continue reading Do you think the do/due planner system is good or doo-doo?