• What’s in the Sights

    What’s in the Sights

    Morgan Whitacre, Reporter

    November 2, 2017

    We all know it’s around that time of year when the hunters start getting that deer fever. The air is starting to become crisp and bite at the cheeks of hunters that have gotten up before dawn and gone out before dusk. When all is quiet in the world and you can hear the subtle crunch of leaves underne...

    Ricky Stout courteously provided an outstanding photograph depicting a hunter’s point of view of those brisk mornings on the hunt.

  • A Tale of Humans, Monsters, and Determination

    A Tale of Humans, Monsters, and Determination

    Ash Ludwig, Reporter

    October 31, 2017

    To Spare a life or to take one, an important question that most people must answer in their life; one that they must find the answer themselves, rather than have someone else decide for them. Undertale is a game that asks players this very question, dropping them in situations where it might or might not be ...

    Official Artwork of Undertale

  • Backpack, Backpack!

    Backpack, Backpack!

    Ryan McFarlin, Editor

    October 31, 2017

    LEADs, or the Leadership Exploration Application and Development class, is a course at Ava High School dedicated to helping out the community. The class, currently taught by High School librarian Julie Taylor, has many programs to donate to those in need around Ava. One such program is the BEAR Necess...

    LEADs students Weston Stillings, Stephen Copeland, and Hunter Richardson unloading food for the Backpack Program.

  • A Time for Thanks

    A Time for Thanks

    Maddie Curtis, Reporter

    October 31, 2017

    Thanksgiving is right around the corner and many families struggle with the expense of the holidays. At AHS we like to give back and give thanks. Tri-M is a music honor society for the fine arts students who meet the required skills and achievements. Every year, TRI-M gets together right before than...

    Two baskets that Tri-M has made for the community.

Stay Drug Free

Stay Drug Free

Ashley Tetrick, Reporter

November 2, 2017No Comments

Ava High School celebrated Red Ribbon Week on October 30 to November 3 showcasing the choices to stay drug free and alcohol free. Most people think Red Ribbon Week is just a time to dress up and have fun, which is part of ...

World of “Wish”Craft

World of “Wish”Craft

Ryan McFarlin, Editor

October 31, 2017No Comments

      World of Warcraft is a massively popular role-playing game by Blizzard Entertainment, with millions of players around the world. Starting in 2014, Blizzard began working to raise money for the Make-a-W...

Rare Breeds Youth Outreach Center

Rare Breeds Youth Outreach Center

Kylie Smith, Reporter

October 31, 2017No Comments

The Rare Breeds Youth Outreach Center (RBYOC) of Springfield, Missouri is a branch from The Kitchen Inc., an organization built to help feed and house the hungry and homeless.  The RBYOC is aimed more towards the younger ...

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AHS Tri-M

AHS Tri-M

Maddie Curtis, Reporter

October 6, 2017No Comments

On September 12-13, 2017, Tri-M Advisor, Mrs. Sarah Sacco led a state-wide conference called the Tri-M Summit for high school students interested in careers in music and music education.  Here at AHS our honor society called...

Meet the Marching Band

Meet the Marching Band

September 12, 2017

Sing For Me! (Or Play)

Sing For Me! (Or Play)

April 3, 2017

A Work of Music

A Work of Music

March 15, 2017

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Stay Drug Free

Stay Drug Free

Ashley Tetrick, Reporter

November 2, 2017No Comments

Ava High School celebrated Red Ribbon Week on October 30 to November 3 showcasing the choices to stay drug free and alcohol free. Most people think Red Ribbon Week is just a time to dress up and have fun...

World of “Wish”Craft

World of “Wish”Craft

October 31, 2017

Be Nice, Turn Off Your Device

Be Nice, Turn Off Your Device

October 10, 2017

New Faces at Ava High School

New Faces at Ava High School

October 10, 2017

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