Should the teachers give out awards at the end of the year? I have been in school for 3 years and I have never gotten an award. I have always done my best to get good grades, but that doesn’t do anything. I’ve been a good student but they don’t care about that. they care about grades. I know I’m not in the top of … Continue reading End of the year awards
If you have a free day this summer, trying to mark stuff off your bucket list, or are trying to make plans with your friends. here are some free or pretty inexpensive to do around here. •the STL zoo •Six Flags •musical at the Muny •drive-in •picnic in Forest Park •canoeing & kayaking •sleep under the stars •camping •City Museum •bowling •the beach •fishing •hiking … Continue reading Things To Do This Summer 5/22/19
My final OP Ed is about senioritis and procrastination. Senioritis is when you are so done with school that you have given up on everything and it takes every ounce of your being to show up to school. Procrastination is when my teacher gives you two months to write a paper for a news paper and you write it in class the day its due. … Continue reading Final OP Ed – Paige Sherer
Have you completely lost your motivation to complete your work? Are you ready for the week to be over? If you’re like me, you’ve procrastinated every single assignment since the semester began. Well, the fantastic Mr. Burgoyne has assigned me to post an article for the week, so I present to you: Every Article I’ve Started and Procrastinated •New Year’s Resolutions- I started this article … Continue reading The Art of Procrastination 3/20/19
Prom night is supposed to be an American rite of passage, an evening not to be missed. But is it really worth all the fuss — the anxiety about who to go with, how to ask, what to wear and how much to spend? Yes, if you really feel like prom will be one of the highlights of your high school life. Yes, if you … Continue reading Is Prom Worth it?
Mass shootings have become a hot topic to discuss in the last few years, as more and more of them keep happening. The United States has had 57 times more school shootings than any other major country in the world, according to CNN. And as the Gun Violence Archives reported, 307 mass shootings have happened in the US in 2018 alone. Thirty-one shootings have already … Continue reading What’s Worse? The Guns or The People?
Netflix is everyone’s go to, although since January of 2019 Netflix came out telling people that the price will be $13 instead of $11. The price is still cheaper than Hulu, but Hulu varies from $7.99-39.99. Although, Netflix doesn’t update their movies and tv shows very often. Although, Netflix is $13 it’s 10% cheaper than any Satellite bill costs and they have many things to … Continue reading Is Netflix too over priced?
Senioritis is a disease that the class of 2019 has struggled with since freshmen year. If you are wondering if you suffer from this disease answer the following questions… 1) Have you ever woken up and said never mind? 2) Have you ever pulled in the the school parking lot and said it’s a no from me and went back home? 3) Do you sleep … Continue reading Senioritis
A friend is someone difficult to find. A friend is someone you can always count on when times are tough. The dictionary’s definition of a good friend is a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard. A good friend is there when you are struggling. For example, when a boy breaks your heart a good friend walks you through it and … Continue reading What Makes a Good Friend?
Freshman year- The year you spend finding your way around high school, getting involved in clubs and sports, and keeping up your GPA. Wait, what was that last one? Some students seem to think you don’t need to start worrying about your GPA until junior or senior year, when you begin considering colleges and universities. News flash: that isn’t quite the case. Here are some … Continue reading Your GPA In Freshman Year- And Why It Matters