Category: News

Board of Education Changes Both Calendar and Start Time

The Howard County Board of Education has affirmed changes concerning school start times and the new calendar.

Superintendent Foose Resigns

Superintendent Renee Foose has resigned as Superintendent of Schools.

The Race is On for Student Member of the Board

On April 19th, the Howard County Association of Student Councils hosted a forum to showcase both of the candidates for Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB). The Raider Review covered the event. Here is a rundown of our prospective SMOBs for the 2017-2018 school year.

Westminster High School Tears Down Posters & Stereotypes

Students at Westminster High School are promoting inclusivity after their diversity posters were torn down by the administration.

News Flash: New Formula for Upcoming Science Students

Tim Sciannella Arts Editor      First English, then math, and now…science? Howard County is changing its science curriculum to better fit the state’s requirements. However, there is one thought on student’s and teacher’s minds: […]

Don’t Trash the Idea of Making Atholton Greener

Only one thing stands between Atholton and a Green School certificate.

SGA Creates Event to Show Support For Muslim Community

“Besides wearing green, we hope that people will show their support of fellow Muslim students, whether it is through a simple smile to a fellow student, a post or like online, or even through attending a march or rally.”

Atholton’s JROTC Contributes to Walter Reed Hospital

On January 31, 2017, Atholton JROTC Cadets went to Walter Reed Hospital to present two checks to the hospital’s cancer ward. During JROTC’s Cancer Awareness Week during late October, Atholton raised over $1,300 in an effort to support Walter Reed Hospital’s Cancer Ward.

Women’s March on Washington

On January 21st, 2017, millions of people around the world united to promote women’s rights.

Quiz: Which Elective Should You Take?

Unsure of which classes to sign up for? This flowchart can help! Answer the questions and follow the arrows to find the perfect fit. Click the image to enlarge.