Costumes, such as the one worn by Brice Cloyd last year, were not allowed to be worn in celebration of Halloween this year.

No Halloween Costumes?

November 9, 2016

LISTEN UP–A COMPLAINT ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE DURING MAR. 31 ASSEMBLY WITH ALTER WEINER

Madeline Sanstrum, Staff Writer

April 18, 2016

The student body displayed a rather rude behavior in the gym during Alter Weiner’s speech on Mar. 31. People tried to tell other students to stop talking so they could listen, but it did nothing to change their behavior. I ...

Admin Explores Tying Driver’s Licenses to School Attendance

McKenzie Proehl, Editor-In-Chief

April 15, 2016

Would school attendance if it was tied to a student's driver's license? It is a silent problem. Truancy (or absenteeism) isn’t usually at the forefront of a school’s societal mind because students typically don’t noti...

What Can Be Done About Cell Phones?

Samantha Runtuwene

March 16, 2016

Cell phones are a remarkable piece of technology and have changed today’s society. Almost everyone, young, and old, own, a cell phone by now. The question is should students be permitted to use their cell phones in school? Fo...

Cafeteria Clean-Up Creates a Mess

Samantha Runtuwene, Staff Writer

February 23, 2016

As the bell rings after lunch, students hurry to their next classes without a care to what trash they have left on the tables. Over the years students who don’t clean up after themselves seemed to be an issue. Dean of Student...

Alleged Profanity Incident Raises Eyebrows

Laura Popescu, Editor-In-Chief

January 22, 2016

Recently, a case involving and alleged profanity outburst by a staff member has hit our school, causing people to wonder what exactly is deemed the “reasonable” disciplinary action for adults who are allegedly caught in the act...

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