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ICYMI: District Transitions

Grace Bouker, Department Editor

December 13, 2016

Imagine graduating from high school but then coming back… every single day. This is an idea most would oppose, but 20 students defy the norm at Antioch Community High School. After accomplishing the high school graduation requirements, these students do indeed graduate, but they don’t receive their diplomas. Instead, they c...

ICYMI: Look Up

Megan Helgesen, Social Media Director

December 13, 2016

In case you missed it, the light was not green, it was red. In case you missed it, that car was not going straight, it was turning right. In case you missed it, car accidents are actually a big deal. In fact, one just occurred while reading this. According to Teen Driver Source, six teenagers ages 16 to 19 die every day fro...

ICYMI: Let’s Go Seagles

Christina Michaels, Senior Editor

December 13, 2016

Imagine this: a community made up of a diverse population filled with a variety of ideas, coming together as one. Inside that community stands two schools that give this perfect picture such vibrant color. What gives these schools such a prominent role in the community is their healthy relationships between one another. This...

ICYMI: A New Planet

Jayme Bailey, Tom Tom Staff

December 13, 2016

On August 24, 2016, an exoplanet named Proxima B was found orbiting just outside Proxima Centauri, the closest star to our sun. But this is not like any other planet discovery, Proxima B is now sitting in the habitable zone. Proxima B shares a lot of similar characteristics with Earth, like its size. This could mean that Pro...

ICYMI: Spooky Sequoits

Logan Weber, Department Editor

December 13, 2016

Two years ago, art teacher Julie Elver delivered the graduation speech for the centennial school year graduates. During her speech she recalled a time when she went into the basement to retrieve some materials for her sculpture, and when she went down there, she saw “The Ghost of Sequoit Past.” Although Elver shared this memory for he...

ICYMI: Sequoits Help With Open Arms

Anthony Murray, Tom Tom Staff

December 13, 2016

Imagine waking up everyday in a nice comfortable bed to the smell of a wonderful breakfast. Now, imagine waking up freezing cold and to the awful smell of garbage. Most people in this world could imagine the first scenario better than the second. But for some, waking up cold is a daily occurrence. People around the world are...

ICYMI: Breaking Ground

Rachel Beckman, Department Editor

December 13, 2016

It is effortless to roam the hallways of Antioch Community High School and think of the school as one of the oldest in Lake County with its little architectural and technical advances. However, the history hidden behind the building’s bricks display the alterations that occurred in the school and the aspects that have rem...

ICYMI: Pain In My Caboose

Lauren Bluthardt, Tom Tom Staff

December 13, 2016

Incase it isn’t obvious here in Antioch, trains… stink. Forget making that 5:30 a.m. practice or picking a sibling up on time; there is no chance, especially here in the good-ole town of Antioch. Compared to other surrounding towns, it seems that this growing village has adopted trains as a social norm. Yes, we can all agre...

ICYMI: Overlooked but Highly Successful

Nico Chiappetta, Tom Tom Staff

December 13, 2016

Athletes are hard working individuals, striving to make the best of themselves and, most importantly, the team. They do not have to be on the starting Varsity lineup to be considered a great player. A scout player can be an athlete who tries to replicate the other team’s players to prepare the team for the upcoming game. Each pl...

ICYMI: Tall Tile Tails

Chloe Moritz, Tom Tom Staff

December 13, 2016

Within each person there is an artist. Whether someone sees it or not can be controversial, but on the inside, he or she possesses some form of creativity. Some write stories or create grand sculptures, while others just stick to drawing. What people do not realize is that there are many different works of art displayed all...

ICYMI: Helping the Hurricane

Allison Smith, Tom Tom Staff

December 13, 2016

On September 28, 2016 when Hurricane Matthew hit, the AP Spanish students immediately knew they needed to step up to help the 800 victims. The hurricane lasted for ten days, affecting the countries of Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, and Bahamas and southeast United States. The hurricane led to major damage, leaving many people without hom...

ICYMI: Authentic by Nature, Rooted Through History

Jessica Lamberty, Tom Tom Staff

December 13, 2016

  The town of Antioch has gone through several renovations throughout its history, but the Old Schoolhouse, built in 1892, still stands strong on the corner of Main Street and Depot Street. It is an emblem of the town’s success and holds the unforgettable memories of the students who attended from 1892 to 1971. The...

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