The Talon

  • November 15Go support the Shop With An Eagle program at the dodgeball tournament tomorrow!

  • November 15Congrats to all Etowah senior signees!

  • November 10Congrats to the Aquaeagles on their first place win at the relay meet!

Stepping into college
Eco-friendly is trendy
Acworth Family Eyecare
Integrated Plumbing Solutions
All inked up
We’re thriving
A series of unfortunate events
Freshman runs the world
Home turf advantage
Junior: Garrett Estes
Cooking up something at Etowah
Senior night football game
90 more minutes until the end of class

Nicole Martin, Editor
November 16, 2018

For some students, finishing a subject in two years instead of four sounds like a dream. Block schedules, which allow students to take a handful of extended classes and finish one year in only one semester, would make that dream a reality.   “I think it [the block schedule] sounds like a good idea because the course goes by faster, but on the other hand, there is more work done in a shorter amount of time, and if you finish a course first...

Giving thanks

Alina Frederick, Supervisor
November 16, 2018

The definition of thankfulness is different for every Etowah student. Some are grateful for their family and friends; others appreciate the opportunities that have been given to them. Around Etowah’s campus, students spend the month of November reflecting on what they are thankful for.  “I am thankful for my family because no matter what the situations we are faced with, we always come out stronger than before. I know we will always be there...

Towne Lake teens make waves in ATL music scene

Kat Kochansky, Editor/Photographer
November 16, 2018

The suburbs might seem like the most unlikely place for stardom to begin, but for rising alternative band Neaptide, Towne Lake was just the right spot.   The band’s name, Neaptide, means a tide controlled by the moon and reflects the influence they have had on the Woodstock music scene.   “Well the suburbs are a pretty boring place where nothing interesting ever happens, so it seems...

An Evening at the Opera

Jazz Sturdivant, Reporter
October 30, 2018

Etowah’s annual fall chorus performance ended on a high note. Their fall concert, An Evening at the Opera, consisted of songs in Russian, Italian, and English. The Vienna Opera House inspired chorus director Will Hall on a trip the chorus took over the summer.  “We went and sang in the Vienna music gardens near the Vienna Opera House,” Daytona Parks, senior, said.  Professional...

Over the moon for over the river

Madeline Fisher, Editor-in-Chief
October 29, 2018

As the lights dimmed, and the curtains begin to open, the Etowah drama department performed this year's One Act, Over the River and Through the Woods to great success.   “I loved how you could tell how much time and effort was put into the costuming, set design, dialect of the characters, and overall performance. My good friend Duke Jenkins was in it, so seeing him was my favorite part... I...

The Voice of Eagle Mountain
The Voice of Eagle Mountain