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Freshman Claire Elliott-Gower has called Canopy Studios her second home for the last decade, and she has learned much more than just acrobatic tricks.
More than half of the students are failing to meet the state standards in reading and math.
Two Clarke Central High School students argue whether student teachers provide a helpful service or are detrimental to the learning environment.
At the end of a distribution day, I wince every time an ODYSSEY Newsmagazine, a product that a 26-person staff slaved over, lies on the floor or in the recycling bins. So why do we do it in the first place?
Every year, the Clarke Central High School Drama Club puts on three to five productions. They spend countless hours rehearsing and the cast members expend boundless effort in order to produce each show.
Sitting in Em’s Kitchen, at 975 Hawthorne Ave., I waited uneasily for the police officers to arrive. I twiddled my thumbs, sipped on my coffee and imagined what this forty-five minute conversation would consist of.
Chicago teachers took a strong stand when they made the decision to strike, but how long until it is forgotten?
The Clarke Country School District has implemented Google Apps for Education: a good addition or an inefficient use of time?
I sat in advisement watching the same low-budget, 1990s film I had seen in freshmen health class.
After a weekend of camping with her family, your peer opens her backpack to find the knife she forgot to remove before returning to school. She is making no effort to conceal it, unaware that she is in violation of the Clarke Central High School Code of Conduct.