Editorial: Speak for “Speak”

Editorial: Speak for “Speak”

Isabel Palmer, is one of the only freshmen who elaborated her answer, said “Speak relates to people in more ways. We do not want to be learning about things that aren’t even happening in my life. I want to read about things that will make me more aware so I understand things that would happen”.

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Opinion: Views Differ on What School Offers

Dayna Fuller eSomethin Staff A school day can fluctuate from boring to exciting. A teacher also has a very different view from a student. But have you ever noticed how people walk away from school with more than just knowledge? If not, pay more attention to this. Matthew Horen, a social studies teacher, laughed and then exclaimed that “A school day is never boring, it’s busy never the same from day to day and filled with many opportunities to help people reach

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