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Vandalism of the Green Roof

Mr. Hartman, a science teacher at Ashland High School, is in the act of creating a green roof at our school. Mr. Hartman and his students have planted, and are taking care of, around 1,500 plants in the fenced-o. . .Read More

Slightly Stoopid Comes to Britt

Based out of Ocean Beach, California, Slightly Stoopid has been in the music business ever since the lead singers Miles Doughty and Kyle McDonald were signed by Sublime front man Bradley Nowell in 1995. At the time Do. . .Read More

A Message from Your New Editors-in-Chief

Rogue News 2011 Dear Respective Readers, The 2009-2010 school year has been abundant with accomplishments achieved by the previous Editors-in-Chief. They created a paper that was comprehensive and contained some of the best writing since we began the Rogue News in 2006. We are honored to hav. . .Read More

Michelle Zundel: Making it Personal

Michelle Zundel is a busy woman. As the principal of Bellview Elementary, she’s the person everyone seeks out when they need a question answered or conflict resolved. And now, with the 2010-11 school year looming on the horizon, that role is only being elevated to new heights as she prepares to take. . .Read More

Senior Projects

The 2010 Ashland High School graduating class has successfully completed their much-dreaded senior projects. These projects are an accumulation of a student’s high school career and incorporate four years of high school knowledge. Interesting projects include, dental screenings, shadowing doctors, b. . .Read More

Jeff Schlecht's Retirement Party Program

When: Sunday June 6th When: 1:00- 5:00 p.m. Where: AHS Football Field Program: BBQ/ Picnic and games in the football field will take place anytime! 1:00 AHS Band and Jazz Band will play 1:45 Pete Belcastro enters Jeff Schlecht and family enters AHS Fight song . . .Read More

Books for Summer

Your Free! Congratulations! But what will you fill those long, sunny days with now that school is done? Well, if you have no plans and that summer homework doesn’t keep you busy enough than here are some books that should help fill those long summer days. “The Little Stranger” by Sarah Waters . . .Read More

Summer Blockbusters

This summer is going to have a very wide variety of movies, all the way from romance to complete and utter gore bonanzas. One movie that is highly anticipated is the remake of "Avatar: The Last Air Bender". This is a remake of the animated series that was aired on Nickelodeon over the past couple y. . .Read More

Rotary Sponsors Contest for Young Artists

The Rotary Club of Ashland-Lithia Springs is sponsoring a t-shirt design contest for student-artists who attend schools in Ashland, grades K-12.  This contest is meant to encourage local students to help their cl. . .Read More

Is Animal Testing the Only Option?

Is animal testing necessary? Is it the only way to guarantee that your goops, globs and goos won’t hurt you if swallowed, sniffed, slapped on your skin or smeared in your eyes? No! There are other . . .Read More

Crew Team At the Head of the American River

On October 24th, while most kids were lounging around town, wasting away their five day weekend, Ashland High’s very own Rowing Team was in Rancho Cordova, California, racing against former and future collegiate and national team on Lake Natoma for the 5 kilometer Head of the American River regatta.. . .Read More

The Devil Makes Three Visits Ashland

Based out of Santa Cruz, California, The Devil Makes Three don’t exactly play the kind of music you would expect from a California band. Their acoustic sound is a combination of bluegrass, old-time music, country, folk, ragtime and rockabilly that come together to produce a unique sound that is dee. . .Read More

Intramural Sports

Ashland High School’s Intramural Sports Program was started only three years ago by Steve Smith. He started the program here because he remembers how much he loved and enjoyed playing intramural sports when he was in high school. How it works is you can sign up in the counseling office and then . . .Read More

Why do you play your fall sport?

We all have our own strong suits and talents, such as music, art, or sports. Do we show these talents because we feel we should or do we actually enjoy the activities that show our excelling attributes? There are m. . .Read More

The Teachers from AHS

Imagine yourself at Ashland High School in the year 1969. The campus is like a park, with large expanses of grass and many trees. That year, a young woman by the name of Janie Smith graduated with her fellow students. A member of the drama and glee club, she is now an American Studies teacher. Yo. . .Read More

The Three Major Chinese Holidays - Mid-Autumn Festival

“When the moon is full, mankind is one” -- In China, the full moon has always been a representation of the gatherings of friends and family. The Mid-Autumn Festival is on August 15th in the lunar calendar. It’s a full-moon day, also called the Moon Festival. There are several legends about the Mid-A. . .Read More

The Three Major Chinese Holidays - Dragon Boat Festival

Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month in the lunar calendar. It is a traditional and public holiday in Taiwan, and is also known by the Mandarin name Du¨¡nw¨³ Ji¨¦. Today this is best known as it relates to the suicide in 278 B.C.E. of Qu Yuan, a poet and statesman. . . .Read More

The Three Major Chinese Holidays - Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is often called the Lunar New Year and traditionally begins on the first day of the first month in the lunar calendar. Almost everyone pastes the Spring Festival couplets, which are red papers with fo. . .Read More

Cut from the Program

The Rotary Fall Sports Program is passed out at almost every sporting game or event during the fall season. These are passed out at most water polo games as well. Well, the girls water polo picture and roster is nowhere to be seen in the program. The girls' water polo players have some interestin. . .Read More

Wilderness Charter School Goes Packing

The Wilderness Charter School began the 2009-2010 school year with a backpacking trek through the Marble Mountains . Learning doesn’t always take place in the classroom. For the Wilderness Charter School, it begins with the Marble Mountains . Twenty-two new students ventured out, starting with a thr. . .Read More

Spearhead at Britt

It was a warm summer night in Jacksonville, Oregon on Friday, September 11, where hundreds of people flocked to the Britt Festival Gardens. Many had waited since 8 that morning--braving the heat--all to get a good seat for the Michael Franti and Spearhead concert. Excitement bustled in downtown Jack. . .Read More

Classes Are Booming

Classes are booming at Ashland High School. As most are aware, there have been many teaching positions cut in school districts everywhere. As a direct result, the class sizes have increased. 
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