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For what felt like hours, I sat in the wrong terminal of ground transportation. Sitting in the Ronald Reagan Airport in Washington D.C., I nervously looked around and hoped that each passing person, anyone that looked remotely like a high school junior, was a delegate to the Al Neuharth Freedom Forum and Journalism Conference as I was.
The Clarke Country School District has implemented Google Apps for Education: a good addition or an inefficient use of time?
Many undocumented students in the Clarke County School District have faces struggles since their arrivals as children in the U.S. Cedar Shoals High School senior Alejandra Diaz is one such student.
The members of the audience sat, unmoving and silent. All eyes were focused on the six teenage girls at the front of the room, their voices reverberating against the walls. Six students, three from Clarke Central High School and three from Cedar Shoals High School, were called upon to speak in a theatre at the UGA Tate Center. These students were asked to speak because of their legal status: they are undocumented.
In the 1960 election, Sen. John Kennedy, D-Mass., won a close victory over Vice President Richard Nixon.
Finally, Darwin’s Theory of Evolution has been proved! Sorry, non-believers: you’re wrong; man most certainly shares a common ancestor with apes.
This is what we have been told: Ron Paul is a crazy old man, Newt Gingrich
I have always been afraid of The Scantron. Yes, to me it has always been a living creature–not human, though, always too monstrous and precise for such sheer mortality. And, of course, The Scantron is never wrong, thus denying the basic foundation of humanity: error.
Hungry after second block, I rushed to our school’s lunchroom but was stopped before I could even enter the Miller Jordan Jr. cafeteria.
During the 2010-11 school year, Clarke Central High School students left the building later in the day than in years past, with clay on their hands from the Pottery Club, sweat on their brows from the Tae Kwon Do Club or the taste of homemade treats on their lips from the Top Chef Club.
Students from Clarke Central High School, Cedar Shoals High School and Classic City High School have been given the opportunity to attend the Athens Community Career Academy to help focus on stubjects beneficial to future careers.