Elective Expo

Elective Expo

February 5, 2020

Special Education Services

Alyson Wolf, Staff Reporter

January 2, 2020

Were you aware that 11 percent of all undergraduate students have a disability?  Edsource states that today, in the United States, school districts are paying up to $13.2 billion to fund special education for handicapped s...

Think Before You Mix

Taylor Fredryk, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2019

   In Chrisman, Illinois, on September 26, Skylar Neuman was rushed to the ER for chemical burns from trying to clean hair dye off her body.    “I was told that a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser would help get the dye out,” ...

Immigration Policy

Abel Ovalle, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2019

The United States has a policy that blocks unauthorized immigrants from coming into the country illegally. Part of that policy requires that people without proper identification be removed from the U.S.  Eighth grader Ell...

College Football Player Paves a Way

Samyra McDonald, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2019

Toni Harris wants to be the first female NFL player. She became the first woman to sign a letter of intent at a skill position in college football history. “I think they accepted her, but not many will support her," said eighth g...

Are prison like schools to blame for school shootings?

Kenneth Raimondi, Writer

December 11, 2018

School shootings are becoming more and more frequent as the years go by, just as schools are getting bigger and bigger and full of more and more students. However,  does this mean that bigger schools are a problem? Since schools ar...

School functions at Corbett jr. high

Anna Le, writter

December 11, 2018

Everyone loves school functions and supporting your school, so you’ll enjoy going to these events happening here at Corbett jr. high. At 4:30 pm on October 25th the girls basketball will have their first game against M...

Custodians make our school a safe, clean place to enjoy

Parker Russell, Writer

December 11, 2018

Being a seventh grade student myself, I know that the hallways, classrooms, and the cafeteria are often a huge mess. When we come back to school it is almost like brand new. It’s not magic; it’s our custodians! Students oft...