Eid Al-Fitar is a major Muslim holiday

By Aliyah C. and Ahmed C. Staff Writers You may come to question what is Eid (Pronounced “EED”)? Well, there are two types of Eid. In the year, the first Eid that comes is Eid al-Fitr (Pronounced AL FI-THAR). Eid Al-Fitr is celebrated after Ramadan and its start date changes depending on the moon. Eid […]

All About World Heritage Day

By Abbey C. Staff Writer World Heritage Day also known as “International Day” is a celebration that falls on April 18. Everyday, people around the world celebrate their cultural heritage. On this day, it encourages others to celebrate and observe other cultures. This day is also to bring awareness to cultural monuments around the world. […]

Human interactions impacting the animals

By Karina D. Staff Writer Do people ever worry about the animals around us? Do people even think of how they are important to our ecosystems? Many of our amazing animals are getting wiped out of the world! That’s just because of human impacts, it’s affecting EVERYTHING! Have you heard of Roadkill? I feel kind […]

Get to know the Attales Middle School Softball Team

By Alexis B. Staff Writer The sound of balls hitting the mit and being thrown to all bases, this game is called softball. This sport is like baseball, but different. With softball, the ball is bigger and you must throw underhand. For baseball, it’s smaller and you must throw overhand. Each softball game is 2 […]

Teacher Appreciation Week

By Kamila M. Staff Writer Some students may think that teachers are just objects they can be annoying and just there for them to stand there while they hang out with friends or just be a bother. Parents are not controlling their children and even taking their sides on matters. This may explain why teachers […]

A brief history of Memorial Day

By John M. Staff Writer Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for honoring and mourning the U.S military personnel who died. Also, did you know Memorial Day was established as a  national public holiday in 1868 by General John A. Logan? It was originally called Declaration Day, named after the declaration […]

The history of the Haitian flag and its holiday

By Marlee L. Staff Writer Saturday, May 18, 2024, marked the 221 first anniversary of the Haitian Flag. From being the first independent land in the Caribbean, to creating the first Black republic in the early 19th century, Haiti has always had a rich history. Including the flag! The first Haitian Emperor and leader of […]