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Welcome to the Alpena Yearbook and News page.    Mrs. Graves mgraves@alpenaleopards.org

The Leopard Spread

On Tuesday August 13, 209 Alpena students were waking up and getting ready for the first day  of school. The first day of school is one of the most exciting days of the year. Getting to see all of your friends and going to your classes and meeting all of your teachers.The first day is the easiest  and most relaxed. It is fun and you just sit and learn about your class.  – By Makayla Oliger

 

Buddy Bass Tournament

On Saturday August 24, 2019, Alpena FFA officers, members, and supporters joined together for a Bass Tournament fundraiser at Cricket Creek Marina. After many months of planning, getting sponsors and boats signed up, it was finally showtime. At 6 o’clock 36 boats launched off for many hours of fishing. At 11 o’clock weighing fish was in full swing. Raffles, places, and big bass were awarded. It turned out to be a successful fundraiser despite the foggy, cold weather. – By Kendra Hulsey

Buddy Bass Tournament

Alpena’s 2019 golf team has been practicing hard at the Range in Branson and The Links and Country Club in Harrison for the last month. All of the players have greatly improved. Their next match is Tuesday September 17 against Lead Hill and Deer at The Links. – By Katie Wheatley

Bryce Martin

Michele Graves offers a photography elective during enrichment at Alpena High School. Photography is offered, among other electives for students who did well on their Aspire testing last school year. This is done during enrichment, the time between fourth hour and lunch. Lighting, perspective, and repetition of patterns have been learned so far.  – By Miriah Williams

 

On Tuesday August 27,  2019 the Alpena Lady Leopards played their first home volleyball game of the season. The starting line-up for the Junior Leopards are Emma Johnson,  Allison Napier, Kelsey Kolb, Sarah Johnson, Elizebeth Surface, and Cassidy Ohler. The Junior Leopards fought hard but they faced a challenging team. Up next for the starting line-up for the Senior Leopards is Kayleigh Armer, Ashlin Usrey, Alex Hill, Desiree Deitrich, Amelya Cook, and Anniston Armer. The Senior Leopards also fought hard but faced another challenging team. The Lady Leopards are looking forward to a great Volleyball season! – By Kaylee Moore

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FBLA

On Friday August 30, 2019 the FBLA members gathered in Mrs.Shelton’s room for a meeting to discuss upcoming events and meet the officer team. With the help of the officers and adviser, this meeting was able to take place. During the meeting topics such as fundraisers, district competitions, and competitive events were discussed.  – By Hadassah Toliver

 

On September 16, 2019 a volleyball game was hosted at the Alpena gym. Both junior and senior high teams played against the Bergman Tigers. The Alpena leopards junior high team won all three sets in a matter of no time. The senior high also won all three sets, but it happened to be a close game. - By Lydia Hinson

The Alpena Lady Leopards volleyball team was 3-0 in Thursday’s dominating game against Decator. Working up to their first game,many practices over the summer, and various inspirational talks. The teams time to shine had just begun. 8 teammates all working towards their team goals took home the win along with individual accomplishments. – By Anniston Armer

 

FCCLA

Family Career and Community Leaders of America, is a club where we focus on our community and the people in our community. Our very own Alpena FCCLA group went and represented our school in Russellville, AR, on September 10th,  where they got to experience the true meaning of working together as a community, and to tour Arkansas Tech University. – By Missy Davila

 

What’s New in Alpena Cheer?

For the past five years, the Alpena cheer team has had many different coaches. This year, Mrs. Cherra Dickard will be coaching the cheerleader. Mrs. Dickard cheered for the Leopards for three years and was captain for two of those years.  There was a meeting for those wanting to join the team on September 10th. The team will be given new bows and uniforms this year. Uniform fittings took place at the meeting. Caza Berry, who has been an Alpena cheerleader for five years, says that she is hopeful that “this year will be one of the best yet” for the team. – By Caza Grinder

 

 

Lakeisha Nichols, Tyler Keeter and the Osteen boys, the cowboys and cowgirls of Alpena Public Schools, hustle to get their final points in before AFR Rodeo Finals in Midway, Ar at the Bar None Cowboy Church. “ for each rodeo you compete in, you get points,” says Nichols. It is important to these young ladies and gentlemen to compete in in the AFR Finals. “ It is important to us because there’s a lot of dedication, time, late nights, hardwork and blood, sweat, and tears in a sport known as the most dangerous sport in history,” says Nichols. Once a person gets all their points they qualify for finals in Midway, Ar at the Bar None Cowboy Church Arena. – By Lakeisha Nichols

Senior night!

Senior night for Alpena volleyball will be on October 10, 2019 at 4:30 in the new gym. Please come and support our seniors on their last home volleyball game! It would mean the world to them. Don’t forget to bring your school spirit! – By Reanna Sisco

 

Fall Festival

Alpena School is having a Fall Festival on October 25th at the new gym.  The Fall Festival brings kids and parents together for a fun evening to raise money for the school.  It helps students have something to do and it’s a good way to have fun with friends and family. – By Toni Cole

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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