The time to enroll in next year’s courses has come around, and the limited number of class slots has brought the question of mandatory electives back into the spotlight. Continue reading Patriot Points: Should gym, tech, art be required credits?
Winter break is called a “break” for a reason. Continue reading Teachers give homework over break, cause outrage
In recent weeks, there has been a reevaluation of the ethics and messages of certain songs and TV movies, with two in particular reaching national headlines, the song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and the TV special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Continue reading Controversy surrounds Christmas classics
Every morning in public schools across the country, millions of students recite the 31-word Pledge of Allegiance while standing with hands over their hearts. Continue reading Should pledge remain morning announcement staple?
Safety drills are practiced by our community all year long. Who knows what would really happen if these drills turned into reality? Continue reading The effectiveness of safety drills reviewed
Sexual assault is nothing to mince words with, especially in today’s climate, so I’m going to deviate from my usual sarcastic tone in this issue. Continue reading Joe Knows: County’s reaction to Damascus scandal seems confusing
Junior Julia Bogart crawls into bed after an exhausting day of school and is plagued with one last difficult decision – should she watch Drake and Josh on Hulu or The Office on Netflix? Continue reading Streaming services boast best series