By Sierra McFarlane
On Saturday, October 27th, from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., Arundel hosted the 14th annual USBands Wildcat Spectacular at Carroll Field. Twenty Four schools – the majority from Maryland and a few from Virginia – participated to earn seating at the Mid Atlantic Championship and Nationals.
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By Connor Haynie
Coming off of a three-game winning streak and a first-round playoff win vs. the North County Knights , the Arundel Women’s Soccer team was looking to keep their playoff run alive against the Old Mill Patriots in the Regional Quarterfinal matchup.
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By Natalie Adams
On Thursday, October 25th, Principal Davenport made an announcement at the beginning of second period concerning recent misuse of bathrooms and consequences of that misuse.
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By Caitlyn Freeman
On Thursday, October 18th, Principal Davenport sent a letter home to parents stating that multiple Arundel students had developed rashes on their bodies.
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By Madison Jurek
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), a standardized test, currently in 6 states, will be phased out in Maryland by the 2019-2020 school year. At Arundel, students, teachers, and administrators have reacted to the planned change with mixed emotions. While many are happy to see the day PARCC is replaced, others have expressed skepticism regarding whether the change will bring improvement.
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By Natalie Adams
On Friday, October 5th, the annual Homecoming Pep Rally was held at Carroll Field from 1:20 p.m. to 2:18 p.m. There were several events including a performance from the Marching Band and Color Guard, the Dance Company, the Cheer Squad, the Prancing Wildcats, the Clash of the Classes competition, announcement of Spirit Week winners, and presentation of the Homecoming Court.
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By Sierra McFarlane
On Wednesday, October 3rd, the annual homecoming parade was held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. It started on Hammond Lane by Arundel Middle, and ended at the front of Arundel High. After the parade, a block party was held in the G-hall parking lot from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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By Natalie Adams
On Tuesday, September 25th, the first of six meetings concerning redistricting for the new Crofton High School was held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Arundel High auditorium. It was an organizational meeting, a time for attendees to ask questions about the redistricting process, and the chairman and Recording Secretary of the committee were chosen.
The basic process for redistricting is that the first meeting on September 25th is for organization. All meetings after that will be “working” meetings, at which time the committee actually starts to draw the lines. After about six weeks, the committee will send their proposal–or proposals–to the Superintendent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Dr. Arlotto, in November. Dr. Arlotto will then present the proposal to the board in December, who will make the final decision on how to redistrict based on the committee’s proposal. The final plan will be adopted in April after public hearings.
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By Arman Orlando Buyukacaroglu
It’s that time of year again! Homecoming is here, and these are five things to know about the upcoming festivities.
1. Spirit Week is the time to show your wildcat pride through fashion.
Spirit week starts on Monday, October 1st with ‘Merica Monday, a day when everyone shows their patriotism by wearing red, white, and blue. Tuesday, October 2nd, is Tropical Tuesday, a day when students wear Hawaiian shirts. Wednesday, October 3rd, is Character/Meme Day when everyone dresses up as a T.V. or movie character, or as someone from a vine or meme. Thursday, October 4th, is Throwback Thursday when everyone dresses like in the the old days–colorful sweat-bands like it’s the 80’s, a greaser from the 50’s, etc. Friday, October 5th, is Class Colors Day, when students wear white if they’re a freshman, black if they’re a sophomore, green if they’re a junior, and a toga–the tradition of which is still unknown–if they’re a senior.
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By Kirstin Nichols
On September 14th, Arundel High students and Arundel Middle School eighth graders were visited by two Medal of Honor recipients. After the extraordinary presentation, students and teachers said they were left in awe. “I think the students realized how amazing those gentlemen were to the point where my 2B class didn’t want to leave. They just wanted to be in their presence,” Mr. Prescott, himself a veteran, said.
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