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Homecoming Week: Tping.

Thomas Heimer

October 3, 2018

Monday, September 17th marked the beginning of homecoming week 2018. It also marked the beginning of the nightly festivities of the week. Seniors and Juniors were out in full force. Among the many people tp’ed was Senior Ho...

Adaptive Bowling Off to State

Luis Aguilar Demetrio, Author

May 18, 2018

The adaptive bowling team of Austin High will be competing on May 18th, 2018.  The tournament will be Friday as they qualified for the MSHSL state tournament. The state tournament will be held at the Brunswick Zone in Brooklyn Park and admission is FREE. More than...

Last minute things : Prom

Joselyn Huerta, Social Media Consultant

April 20, 2018

Prom is right around the corner and it’s all students can talk about these days. The Sentinel met up with some girls to get some information on which prom shops to hit this year. Some girls have had their dresses for a few months...

Fact or Fiction: Is Caffeine Addictive?

Jejah Mae Namoco, Editor in Chief

April 20, 2018

Caffeine, a must needed ingredient that most people can't function through the mornings or late-night shifts without. It can come in the form of sweet smelling coffee, fizzy energy drinks, or even some calming tea. What ...

Buy a Yearbook Today!!!

Mariah Iverson

April 13, 2018

Anybody interested in seeing the memories from this school year? Well then they should buy a yearbook, the yearbook is $80 and more additional charges with added personalization. They can pick the form up by the cashier’s office...

A Day in The Life of Pline

Joselyn Huerta, Social Media Consultant

April 11, 2018

Carlene Pline is a teacher in the Language Arts department, this is Pline’s fourth year at Austin High. Before teaching at this High School, Pline was a teacher in Kansas and  Australia. Pline has a one year old daughter and...

National Walk Out

Joselyn Huerta, Social Media Consultant

April 11, 2018

On March 14th of last week, many high schools across the nation participated in a school walk out at 10 am, local time. They were to be outside for 17 minutes, one minute for each person that had passed away in the Florida sc...

April Snowstorm

Hugh Olson, Editor

April 9, 2018

On April 3rd, 2018, a large snowstorm blew over Mower County and the surrounding area, coating Austin in almost six inches of snow. Along with this snowstorm, came the cancelation of school and subsequently the ACT testing th...

Austin Boys Survive The Storm

Hugh Olson, Editor

March 23, 2018

On Wednesday March 21st, The Austin Packers Boys Basketball Team faced off against the Sauk Rapids-Rice Storm in the MSHSL State Quarter-Final game. The game took place in Minneapolis’ Williams Arena, and both teams made a gre...

The Bahamas: The place To Be

Joselyn Huerta, Social Media Consultant

March 22, 2018

Students from Austin High School took a poll on Twitter (@AHSSentinel) about where they would like to vacation this summer. Out of 4 options, 36% of students chose to travel to The Bahamas. The Bahamas are located in the Gulf...

Spring is coming

Mariah Iverson

March 12, 2018

Spring is approaching fast and have a couple of things about spring, first of all the first official day of spring is going to be March 20th, spring break is March 26th-30th. The spring sports sign up is due by March 3oth. And...

Favorite Places to Eat: 1910!

Jejah Mae Namoco and Luis Aguilar

March 12, 2018

A couple students were interviewed their favorite places to eat and why, and it seems that 1910 was a popular favorite. It's not surprising though, who doesn't love their fill of tacos, burritos, and quesadillas? 1910 is a g...

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