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Mountain Echo

Online newspaper of Altoona Area High School in Altoona, Pennsylvania
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  • May 24Breakfast for 05/27/24 - Memorial Day, no school
  • May 24Lunch for 05/24/24 - Baked Chicken and Roll
  • May 23Lunch for 05/23/24 - Chicken Alfredo
  • May 23Breakfast for 05/24/24 - Biscuit with Sausage Gravy
  • May 22Lunch for 05/22/24 - Beef Tacos
  • May 22Breakfast for 05/23/24 - Bacon Egg and Cheese Croissant
  • May 21Announcements for 05/21/24
The Student News Site of Altoona Area High School

Mountain Echo

The Student News Site of Altoona Area High School

Mountain Echo

Jocelyn Fetter

Jocelyn Fetter, Reporter

Hello friends! My name is Jocelyn, some people like to call me Jo or Joc, and I'm a senior this year. I have been a Newspaper Reporter / editor (off and on) for four years now. I love to write, and I'm starting to dabble in videography. I plan on making content never before displayed on the famous Mountain Echo and bringing you content you will enjoy. I plan on pursuing a career in psychology after high school and possibly minoring in journalism (low-key still undecided). This year is way different from any year we have ever had, but we're all going to make the most of it for us and for you! We hope you enjoy all the time, effort, love, sweat and tears we put into every story and video on this website for you. On that note, please enjoy your stay at the Mountain Echo, the official student news site of Altoona High School.

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Got Music?

Got Music?

Jocelyn Fetter, Reporter
April 30, 2021
Got music?

Got music?

Jocelyn Fetter, Reporter
March 19, 2021
Got music? 

Got music? 

Jocelyn Fetter, Reporter
February 5, 2021
Head in the game! Parker Cumming stays alert on the ice at Galactic. Cumming played rival Hollidaysburg on Dec. 5, 2019.

Parker Cumming

Jocelyn Fetter, Reporter
January 29, 2020
Final countdown! Rupekas students are on their final trial of the project and making all of their final distances count. The students got three test runs and they would use their best score.

Physics classes test cars

Jocelyn Fetter, Reporter
December 19, 2019
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