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Our Marvelous Math Department

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter

November 13, 2015

One of the things that is always talked about and nothing less than praised about Ames High, is our amazing English department. With its passionate teachers, and die-hard Harry Potter lovers, it creates interest that once wasn’t there in some students. But there is one department that doesn’t ge...

Mayor’s Youth Committee

Mayor’s Youth Committee

Sonja Paulson, Reporter

November 12, 2015

Mayor’s Youth Committee or MYC is a club to involve youth in making decisions in the community. They have been around for 18 years. One issue that MYC takes pride in is getting the city to build the skatepark. Every year, the members of MYC host a breakfast for the mayor to come and answer quest...

Mrs. Stearns

Mrs. Stearns

Srishti Mathur, Reporter

November 4, 2015

Last year, students and staff welcomed social studies teacher Leah Stearns to Ames High. Stearns classroom is nestled in a corner of the main hallway. Stearns is originally from Albia, Iowa, and now teaches U.S. History. “My dad was a high school history teacher, so I grew up in that environment,” S...

Meet art teacher Mrs. Wede

Meet art teacher Mrs. Wede

Kub Stevens, Co-Editor in Chief

October 7, 2015

Located deep in the heart of Ames High School, Mrs. Wede’s classroom, inherited from recently-retired Mrs. Quintero, is a haven of artistic expression and learning. Collage and drawing assignments cover the walls while photography negatives and art supplies hide in the cabinets. While some might see ...

Integrated Capstone Seminar update

Integrated Capstone Seminar update

Jill Zmolek, Reporter

October 6, 2015

AMES HIGH WEB EXCLUSIVE. The teachers want their students to be able to articulate what they’re doing, as they think students should be the voice of the class. Once the students can articulate their work, only then can other sources hear from the class.   It’s common knowledge at Ames High t...

Linda Telleen-Martens

May 12, 2015

Nestled in a spacious office at the back of the media center, many Ames High students are unaware of the impact that Mrs. Telleen-Martens has had on this school during her 18 years at Ames High. Mrs. T-M is set to retire this year from a storied 44-year teaching career. Currently serving as the ...

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