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Computer Based Testing Eliminates Classroom Time

Computer Based Testing Eliminates Classroom Time

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

May 14, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

A cafeteria full of students, but it isn’t lunch time. Testing season requires teachers to leave their classrooms to proctor standardized tests, leaving their students to sit in the cafeteria or teaching auditorium. Standardized testing, yet despised, is here to stay. However, the mode of testing- ...

Smartphones Disrupt class

Smartphones Disrupt class

Kaitlyn Pamplona, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2018


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Look around. Do you see anyone who doesn’t own a smartphone? No. That’s because a teen’s life wouldn’t be complete without it. Smartphones are very reliable sources of technology that are used everyday to communicate, play games, and learn. Quizlet, Photomath, and Kahoot are the few of many...

Computer based testing eliminates classroom time

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

May 11, 2018


Filed under Opinions

A cafeteria full of students, but it isn’t lunch time. Testing season requires teachers to leave their classrooms to proctor standardized tests, leaving their students to sit in the cafeteria or teaching auditorium. Standardized testing, yet despised, is here to stay. However, the mode of testing-...

Fortnite Season 4 Update

Fortnite Season 4 Update

Andy Blair, Sports Editor

May 11, 2018


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Over the last eight months, Fortnite has taken the gaming world by storm. Fortnite had a peak of 3.4 million of concurrent players back in March which is currently the third most in the world behind only League of Legends (7.5 million) and a game mainly popularized in Asia, Crossfire (8 million). Fortnite’s...

Should testing be limited?

Bella Yacoviello, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2018


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In 2016, 3.6 million standardized tests were administered in Florida, (orlandosentinel.com), and in the two years that have followed, only more tests have been added. Standardized testing has become too frequent, to the point where it seems we’re bombarded nearly every week with a different...

Is It Really Just A Test?

Is It Really Just A Test?

Jacyn McCrudden, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2018


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  The end of the school year is infamous for anxiety ridden students taking FSA testing and final exams. Who wants to spend time studying, or stressing over trying to pass to get out of high school? It’s not worth it, we shouldn’t be sweating or almost in tears trying to figure out what to do...

Girls In Boy Scouts?

Jacyn McCrudden, Staff Reporter

January 9, 2018


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Lately, the question that has been swarming around the internet is going viral that question is if girls should be allowed to join boy scouts or not? Many people have different opinions, but the answer to that question is actually more complex than you might think. Girl Scouts is all about how girls prepare t...

Is football getting too dangerous for schools?

Is football getting too dangerous for schools?

Sarah Walker, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2017


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For years and years football games have been a huge part of the “High school experience.” Your parents may have played football or been cheerleaders, and possibly your grandparents as well; needless to say it's been around a while. It was reported by Sports Illustrated that in the 2015 year, 11...

The US Should Learn From Finland To Improve The Education System

The US Should Learn From Finland To Improve The Education System

Maddie Katz, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2017


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When it comes to education, why is the US being beat by countries that ask so much less of their students? Countries like Finland where the students sit in a classroom for an average of three hours and forty-five minutes a day have a better education system than the US. The US should learn the methods...

Where’s My Gas?

Where’s My Gas?

Matt Blake, Andy Blair, and Chaetan Prabhu

September 27, 2017


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Desperate men and women fled to their local gas stations in the days leading up to Hurricane Irma to be shown that the price of gas had increased drastically over the past month. In the most desperate time that Florida has had in awhile, when the people that live here need gas the most, the price...

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