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I sat in advisement watching the same low-budget, 1990s film I had seen in freshmen health class.
The halls of Clarke Central High School have experienced another form of decoration this year. Teachers have photos of themselves scotch-taped to the walls outside of their respective classrooms with an adjective that describes them.
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.
Alright, so here’s the deal. Right now, I’m sitting at a computer with my feet up on the desk because I produce my best writing when I’m comfortable.
The First Amendment seems to change each day as the Internet is used more each day.
New policies have been implemented for the new 2011-2012 school year. However, for Clarke Central, these policies seem to do more hard than good.
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By ALEXA FRIEDMAN – Viewpoints Editor Jewish children around the world recognize Chanukah as the one week out of the year they get to play with fire, eat as many doughnuts and potato pancakes as they want and get one present every night for eight days. However, there is a story behind the traditions of [...]