The first known tradition celebrating Halloween-like events originated in England with All souls’ Day parades. Due to immigration, Halloween became largely influenced by European traditions. Since the early 1800’s, Americans have been celebrating this spooktacular holiday.
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Sarah Gentil's spider man pumpkin carved for the 2016 fall season.
As a student going to the University of Cincinnati, I feel the need to stay in the loop with the current events happening at the University.
Early October, a gunman fired shots at the University, and police have been on the hunt for him ever since. Marijuana is suspected to be a main in... READ MORE »»
School News Reporter, Riley Gruenbaum reps the University of Cincinnati, the college she plans on attending!
The end of October is coming up very quickly, which means Halloween! On October 31 students are encouraged to dress up and celebrate the Halloween spirit! If you do plan to dress up, please make sure you are abiding by the school dress rules. As well as don’t forget to have fun! You’re ne... READ MORE »»
Mrs. Danner's daughter, Ella celebrated Halloween by dressing up in a minion costume.
Jonathan Alder Local Schools in partnership with Sandy Hook Promise, a national, nonprofit organization led by several family members whose loved ones were killed in the tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School is taking part in National Say Something Week, October 24-28, 2016.
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On Wednesday, October 19, 77 seniors at Jonathan Alder High School participated in the annual senior bowling trip. Seniors wanting to join in on the field trip had to raise at least $20 in donations. The senior class raised... Read More »
As the weather starts to get colder, people begin to bring out their winter wardrobes along with their cold weather outerwear. Many people, including some in the Alder community, may not have warm clothes availabl... Read More »
Adjusting to the expectations and environment as a freshman in high school can be intimidating. To help first year high school students, “The Pioneer Press” asked sophomores, juniors, seniors and staff me... Read More »
In the United States, vaccination rates seem adequate when taking a brief look around. With a closer look, however, the truth is revealed. In general, vaccinations for children entering into kinde... Read More »
The Pioneer football team lost its bid for a perfect season last Friday in an interleague matchup against the Vikings of River Valley High School. Despite the absence of two senior captains, Trey Pugh and Andrew Koenig, t... Read More »