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April Is For Authors comes to Atlantic High

  In a world that has become not only less focused on books, but reading as a whole, it has become increasingly more difficult to spark interest in young readers. April Is For Authors is a way for professional, published authors to make personal contact with readers.   Jason Reynolds, author of 6 books including Ghost, a story… Keep Reading


100 die in Syrian weapon strike

Earlier this week, an estimated 100 people had died as a result of the Syrian regime, headed by Bashar-al Assad, using chemical weapons on the Syrian people. This caused international outrage and many heads of state came out against the Syrian regime and its supporters, Russia and Iran.   The use of chemical weapons has been… Keep Reading


Being a correctional officer

  There are many jobs in law enforcement. Not every job is to be in the line of duty. Correctional officers are prison guards that keep a close eye on inmates. It may seem easy, but it’s not. Correctional officers were injured at two U.S. prison this past weekend. In Tennessee (TN), three officers were assaulted… Keep Reading


Fatal Shooting in Boynton Beach, one man killed

Around 6:30 p.m. on Monday April 10, a man named Philorius Joseph, 32, shot and killed Evan Herring, 28. The two men were fighting at at Clipper Cove apartment complex. Joseph says he shot Herring in self-defense. After shooting Herring, Joseph stayed at the crime scene waiting for the police to arrive. After police arrived,… Keep Reading

Arts & Entertainment

Review: Samurai Jack Season 5

   In 2001, Cartoon Network released a cartoon called Samurai Jack, telling the story of a samurai warrior who gets sent in a time portal into the future, trapped by Aku, the antagonist. Stuck in time, he now has to go back to the past to undo the villain’s actions that negatively affected the future.… Keep Reading

Campus Life

Pledging to read!

  Taking place in the summer of 2017, Florida’s First Lady Ann Scott and the Florida Department of Education have partnered with the Florida Lottery and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to bring students the Summer Literacy Adventure. This project is to help students stay on the appropriate reading level for their grade, and stay… Keep Reading


Have the Heat burnt out?

  In the fading weeks of the 2017 National Basketball Association season, the hometown Miami Heat are in the midst of a dogfight for the eighth and final playoff seed in the Eastern Conference.    The Heat started the season with an abysmal 11-30 record, including a six-game losing streak, followed by a five-game losing streak.… Keep Reading


San Bernardino experiences more misfortune

  Tragedy struck in San Bernardino, California on Monday when shots were fired inside North Park Elementary School, during what many believe to be a murder-suicide. At approximately 10:30 a.m., Cedric Anderson entered a special-education classroom and shot multiple people, ultimately killing three, including himself.   The classroom belonged to Karen Elaine Smith, the former wife of… Keep Reading


Learn about global peace exchange

This press release was originally published by 2015 Atlantic High School graduate Alisson Sealy  Global Peace Exchange (GPE) is a non-profit, student-run international development organization founded in 2006 at The Florida State University. GPE establishes partnerships with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in developing countries, allowing ambitious and dedicated students the opportunity to work on sustainable projects… Keep Reading

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