Hazelwood East High School in St. Louis, Missouri, Journalism students mad a school sponsored and funded a newspaper called the Spectrum. One of the featured issues was about teen pregnancy and divorce. The principal thought the stories were inappropriate and right before the publication, the principal deleted the pages containing the inappropriate stories and didn't tell the students. The Journalism students were furious because they didn't have a chance to correct. The students fell like their First Amendment rights were violated. Journalism students Cathy Kuhlmeier and two other students went to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. The court agreed with the school, ruling that the school had the authority to remove
I attend a relatively small, private, Catholic high school in northern New Jersey called Don Bosco Prep. I am involved in a variety of activities including sports, music, and various clubs and organizations. My school encouraged me to grow academically, socially, culturally, and spiritually. Our school motto is “empowering young men for life”. I feel that my school has given me the tools to be an engaged student. The school promotes a brotherhood which has benefitted me personally. Whether a friendship forged from a study group or one formed with a teammate, each friendship brings different experiences to my life for which I am grateful.
Natalia Cameron Mrs. Harvey Period 2 22 March 2016 Unit 4 AA: The Church is Catholic A lot of catholic schools are closing for many reasons such as a faltering economy, fewer Church members, rising costs and the inability of families to pay, secularization, and changing demographics. The school I chose is St. Agatha Catholic academy, which a is a kids program in Chicago. St. Agatha Catholic Academy is closing at the end no of 2016 due to low enrollment and financial difficulties. They recently turned into a pre kindergarten through the eight grade school last year, they only enrolled twelve children. The pastor of St. Agatha said that "It was pretty much expected. We're at a point (where) the community is inundated with pre-K programs. For me it
Are CIS Classes Good for High School Students? Last year, at Kingsland High School’s Graduation Ceremony, Josie Hinze not only receiveed her High School Diploma, but also her Associates of Arts Degree before even attending any college or university. Fast-forward to one year later, and seven Kingsland students will be graduating high school with both their High School Diploma and AA Degree thanks to the collaboration of Riverland Community College and Kingsland High School for allowing high school students to take college-level courses in high school and receive college credit for them. Not only that, but there are several others who will be graduating Kingsland High School with transferrable college credit so their first few semesters might
Cory Miller is a high school senior and performs at the top of his academic class. With a 4.0 grade point average, he spends his time involved in after school activities while working a part-time job. In a few months, Miller will have completed what only 52 percent of Black
Since I was a child, I loved making friends. Whenever I saw someone new, I would run up to them and immediately become best friends with them. As I grew up, I recall some occasions when I felt left out. I remember being so sad that they wouldn't include
I attended the Centennial Christian School to visit one of the student, Ashley, who is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. It was interesting to see Ashley’s care plan that was written by Chris Robberts that outlines care of her stoma, flushing of water every hour at school via feeding tube, administering mediation via feeding, and what to do when the student has a ‘blank stare’ or grand mal seizure.
At 1:05 pm students at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL gather their books and valentine’s day gifts as they make their way laughing and having fun with their group of friends to their last class period of the day while waving goodbye to the one friend whose class is in the opposite direction.
One of the expectations for students is to do their work individually and with complete honesty. At Robert Vela High School, honor code system is established to help the students achieve those expectations. If they do not, there are underlying consequences that would teach them a lesson. The honor code established at Robert Vela High School (RVHS) should be maintained for it includes rules concerning the academic misconduct of the students, however, students tend to not take them seriously because they are not enforced efficiently. Without implementing the system effectively, students’ integrity will be at stake, teachers will lose their authority, grade point average and rankings will be at risk, and students will not be prepared for college.
On Wednesday, April 12, 2017, I, Officer McDaniel #147, while at James Coble Middle School, located at 1200 Ballweg Rd, Arlington, TX, I was approached by Assistant Principal Myers, Laura, W/F, DOB 02/16/1968, in reference to a cell phone screen that was broke by another student.
SSCM Gilmore made an unannounced visit to Grovetown Middle School in Grovetown Ga to interview Kaydence Reliford. The interview included SSCM, Kaydence Reliford, and Ryan Brown (school counselor). Kaydence stated that her relationship with mom and dad is that she is able to talk with mom more than dad. She stated she is able to talk with her dad, but it is normally after school. She stated that her parents used to rarely argue; however, now they are arguing every night. She stated she rarely gets punished. She stated normally her punishments for discipline include, banned from television, or phone being taken away. She state she doesn’t get spanked much at all. She commented that she slaps her sister at times, because her sister will get on
Saegertown has a new sheriff in town, and his name is Mr. Brian Lipps. On Friday, Dec. 16, Mr. Lipps was announced as the new Dean of Students for Saegertown High School, and his first day was Monday, Dec 19. It is expected that Mr. Lipps will officially be announced at the next board meeting on Jan.12. Most students have already noticed his presence. “It’s different. They [students] are more aware they can get into trouble and have to follow the rules more so they will behave,” said freshman Meadow Campbell.
Thirty–nine members of Mrs. Penny Oss’ morning English classes at McAlester High School recently traveled to Tulsa to tour Tulsa Community College—SE campus. TCC is one of the best values among Oklahoma’s state–supported colleges and universities. TCC has four campuses in Tulsa. McAlester GEAR UP students toured the Southeast campus, encircling a landscaped green space and campus ponds. There are nine buildings on the TCC–SE campus. What makes the campus unique is that the buildings are connected by a series of sky bridges seamlessly tying the campus together.
This supplement is a record of my actions in this investigation. On April 11, 2016, I was assigned this case to follow up. This investigation involves Mr. Rolin Josue Barahona Cruz. On April 12, 2016, I spoke to Rolin Barranoha (father) and asked him permission to speak to Rolin at T.C. Williams High School. I received permission and advised Mr. Barrahona that I would follow up with him or his wife in the afternoon. I spoke to Mr. Barahona in Spanish which was the language we used all throughout our interview.
As can be seen with this descriptive framework of Kelsey Middle School, communication is the key component to the functionality of its existence. All employees of Kelsey Middle School and administration utilize all methods of communication accessible to them, telephone, e-mail, written mail, and face-to-face to ensure they can provide