One Loss and One Awesome Comeback

After an amazing win for the girls at Lincoln High School, on January 28th, the whole of Urbandale was ready for another show of skill last Friday when the Urbandale girls varsity basketball team played Johnston. The Johnston girls took a swift lead of 13 points in the first quarter. The Urbandale girls were unable to make up the difference and at half time Urbandale … Continue reading One Loss and One Awesome Comeback

Coronavirus: Deadly Outbreak

Coronavirus is a group of viral infections that range in severity and contagiousness. Mostly, these viruses circulate in animals and are zootonically transmitted. The particular strain that began spreading in late 2019 is known as Novel Coronavirus.  WuHan official takes citizen’s temperature. The symptoms largely resemble those in cases of severe pneumonia. Which include respiratory infection, fever, and cough. In more severe circumstances, the symptoms … Continue reading Coronavirus: Deadly Outbreak

Discipline in the School Yard

“Violent brawl between teacher and student in California,” Texas substitute teacher fired after video shows alleged fight. For years, these types of problems have been happening. People have been increasingly aware due to social media. It all starts when the student has a problem with what the teacher is saying. They go back and forth until the student starts yelling and then the teacher yells … Continue reading Discipline in the School Yard

2019-2020 Staff

Meet the authors behind The Urbandale Times Chloe McFarlane  Chloe McFarlane is a UHS junior with a passion for writing. She enjoys fashion, makeup, and spending time with friends. Some of her proudest moments are apparent in her time spent with the Academic Decathlon team, as well as beginning her own Embroidery Club sophomore year.   Chloe grew up in Cedar Falls, Iowa and began attending … Continue reading 2019-2020 Staff

2018-2019 Staff

2018-2019 Staff Sometimes, Change Is What Is Needed Change is the act or instance of making or becoming different, no one likes it, especially when it’s about a big aspect of life, such as changing schools. Mikayla Delaney started preschool at a private school full of restrictions and constraints then transitioned to a public high school full of strangers and new possibilities. “I feel like … Continue reading 2018-2019 Staff

UHS’s 2019 Homecoming Festivities

Urbandale’s 2019 Homecoming is promising many ways to celebrate and show school spirit! This year’s Homecoming week starts on September 16th. The theme is “Welcome to the Jungle.” In previous years, UHS has had fun during Homecoming week by setting dress-up days where students and staff dress in outfits according to that day. This year the tradition is kept alive with five unique outfit themes. … Continue reading UHS’s 2019 Homecoming Festivities

UHS Theater Arts Program is Kicking Off!

The UHS Theater Arts Department is gearing up for its upcoming fall play, Twelfth Night.  So far the school has hosted a Booster Club Drive on August 20th. The drive is a fundraiser that raises money for UHS’s athletic and fine arts programs. In past years, the Booster Club drives have had great success and it has covered the costs of items that otherwise the … Continue reading UHS Theater Arts Program is Kicking Off!

Ding Dong The Witch (Hunt) Is Dead

On March 21st, 2019, Special Counsel Robert Mueller turned in his report to Attorney General William Barr. Mueller’s report was a compilation of his research into the investigation on Russian interference with the 2016 Presidential election as well as other crimes both President Trump and members of his campaign may have committed. Mueller has been working on this report for nearly two years now and … Continue reading Ding Dong The Witch (Hunt) Is Dead