THE SKIER SCRIBBLER

Sarah Strassburger is the new AHS principal

Sarah Strassburger, the new AHS principal.

Ava Thornely, Social Media Specialist

June 17, 2020

On June 15, 2020, a district press was released explaining that the Board of Education at Aspen School District unanimously approved the hiring of Sarah Strassburger​ as the newly appointed Aspen High School principal. Strassburger received her Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Colorado...

Locals protest in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement

Local protestors marching in the streets to support Black Lives Matter.

Katelyn O'Callaghan, Editor-in-Chief

June 4, 2020

“Black lives matter....say their names...I can’t breathe,” chanted protestors while marching the streets of Aspen to protest police brutality and support the Black Lives Matter Movement. On June 3rd, from 10 am to 12 pm, Aspen locals gathered at Wagner Park to protest police brutality and to...

Speed Camp

Example of that

Ava Thornely, Social Media Editor

June 2, 2020

This summer, athletes who strive to improve their performance and continue the skills they have a camp specially designed for them. AMP Sports Performance (which stands for coaches James Aldridge, Eric McCready, Chris Peshek) is a six-week Speed Camp this summer from June 8th - July 13th for all athlete...

For the mind, online

Poster for the

Hannah Smith, News Editor

May 29, 2020

As school’s shift their educational approaches from traditional to online learning, students are also adapting and finding new ways to accomplish things online. AHS juniors, Emily Kinney, Jack Blocker, and Hannah Yeary, focused their CAS IB Diploma project on reducing the stigma around mental health...

What it’s like to graduate AHS during the coronavirus pandemic

AHS Skier Scribbler Editor Maeve McGuire posing for her staff photo.

Maeve McGuire, Editor-in-Chief

May 29, 2020

I walked out of the red doors of Aspen High School one final time on Wednesday, March 11, with no inclination that it would ultimately be the last. I then ditched my last class period, my last lunch in the commons, and my last all-school assembly to go skiing with some friends. If I had known that th...

Graduation!!

The senior class gathered at the gazebo for their senior photo in February, 2020.

Stef Wojcik

May 29, 2020

Let the celebrations begin! On Saturday, May 30th, Aspen High School will be giving the senior class of 2020 a graduation to remember - beyond the fact that they will literally always be able to watch it as there will be a broadcasted version on Facebook and Youtube. Not only will this special event...

Photo Essay by Oliver Semple

Oliver Semple, Staff Photographer

May 27, 2020

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“Too Hot To Handle” reveiw

A photo of the

Ava Cherry, Writing Ediotor

May 20, 2020

Netflix’s newest dating show, Too Hot to Handle missed the mark, as it strayed from its initial premise. Too Hot to Handle aims to spice up the standard basic dating show algorithm. Similar to most other dating shows, a group of attractive singles are sent on a tropical getaway. The contestants,...

Summer of corona: activities in Aspen

Red Butte hiking trail at sunset, a great activity do try during summertime.

May 20, 2020

In Aspen, summer is a popular time of year for tourists and locals alike to enjoy the warm weather, outdoor activities, and the beautiful scenery our town has to offer. Unfortunately, a health pandemic can seemingly press pause on any fun summer activities. Luckily, this assumption is wrong. In fact,...

Vince Lahey profile on COVID-19

A post from Vince Lahey's facebook.

Kaelyn Kroeger, Writing Editor

May 15, 2020

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, many members of the community have taken to developing their own opinions, be it strong, moderate, or indifferent regarding strict isolation and social-distancing related regulations. Many have chosen to express opinions of the subject using social media platforms. Aspen...

Strong Women Strong World club hosts virtual 6k race

Members of the Strong Women Strong World club at past function.

Tessa Guthrie, Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2020

On May 16th, the members of the Strong Women Strong World club are encouraging people to participate in the World Vision Global 6k for Water. Participates in the run will give a flexible donation fee that will go directly to building water wells in Zambia. The length of the race is the average distance...

The Honey bee and the big bad Hornet

One bee hive in a thousand that Derrick takes care of every year

Bo Melton, Staff Writer

May 14, 2020

Every day, Derrick Maness, a 38-year-old man in Silt, Colorado, wakes up at sunrise and begins work at his various honey farms. Maness takes care of over 45,000,000 bees a day. He is the boss, the workers, and the happiest when he’s working. Maness’s bee farms have around 4,000 hives. In the summer...