Welcome to the Alpena Yearbook page.    Mrs. Graves

Class Dojo

The high school is participating in Class Dojo to try to engage students and keep their parents in the loop about behavior. Class Dojos encourage participation and hard work. If a teacher sees a student working hard and on task, the student gets a Dojo point. If a student is misbehaving, the student loses a Dojo point. Each student has their own profile and a monster avatar. At the end of the month, if a student scores enough Dojo points, that student has a chance to be rewarded with prizes such as a gas card or iTunes card.

by Alli Kellett



The Busy Athlete

by Makayla Martinez

High school athletes suffer from physical and mental exhaustion due to overloaded schedules, lack of sleep, hours of practice, and on occasion, a double-up ball schedule. There are times when atheletes get so caught up in the long days after practices and games throughout the week that they forget to take care of themselves. Sleep, nutrition, and hydration need to be priorities. Get sleep any time you can because there are days athletes get a few hours of sleep. Sleep on the weekends as much as you can, and take advantage of those long bus rides to games. It’s challenges and sometimes stressful, but in the end it’s all worth it when you get the W.






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