On Dec. 11, the indoor track team had their first official meet in the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex. Continue reading Brooks leads indoor track team with impressive performance in their first meet
What better way to end the year than with a show? Puttin’ on the Hitz (POTH) is expected to be one final hurrah before 2019. A talent show on Dec. 13, featuring lip-syncing and dancing, it’s going to be quite the spectacle. Continue reading Students show excitement to Put on the Hitz
Is having a safety net healthy, or does the rule forgive unhealthy habits? Continue reading Does the 50 percent rule feed student laziness?
Chloe Perel editor-in-chief For most, college is a four-year commitment and has potential to set up the trajectory of your life. You want to be as informed as possible when making your decision to ensure that you’re attending a school where you can thrive. Physically visiting the campus is the best way to get an impression of the atmosphere and to learn more about the … Continue reading Students call for more excused college visits
Students don’t understand reasons for MyMCPS switch Helpful MyMCPS is the newly official site for all Montgomery County students to see their grades and assignments. This has caused quite a stir amongst students. “MyMCPS is very talked about,” freshman Jayrin Mondoe said. MyMCPS was created in the hopes of making school information easier to access. Some students believe differently. “I can’t access it at home. … Continue reading Is MyMCPS Classroom helpful or harmful?
Four years is 35,040 hours, 2,102,400 minutes, and 126,144,000 seconds. This is about the time it takes you to enter this school and graduate. Seems like an eternity, right? While waiting for weekends and breaks, the hours and days drone on as if time stands still. School itself isn’t that fun but here are some fun activities that you should do before your time here … Continue reading Time ticks for bucket lists
Tensions high, tables turned on teachers- Joe Pohoryles, Front Page Editor It has been a full quarter since the Montgomery County Public Schools’ Board of Education mandated the new grading system in which students grade teachers. The county implemented the system at the beginning of the semester after countless students expressed their desire to grade teacher performances. “Since student success relies heavily on the grades … Continue reading the TOMATO: a satirical back page spread