Turning a Page

Brooke Rogers, Writer

May 22, 2017

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Leaving the easy doors of junior high and entering the intimidating doors of high school signifies a terrifying yet huge milestone for the lot of us.  So, what are current eighth graders initial thoughts on their first days of...

Student Manipulation of Substitutes

Xochitl Lara, writer

May 22, 2017

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We've all had that day that our teacher is absent, and there is a substitute present. Although the teacher is gone, that does not mean you have a free class. Many students’ instant urge is to assume the rules are demolished....

School Hours: Should they Change?

Emilie Miller, Writer

May 22, 2017

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Many students want school hours to be shorter or longer in order for them to ask more questions, or to sleep in. Many are undecided and do not have a problem with school hours. Should the school board members take charge and answer...

Technology has Changed the Way we Live

Kailey Driesbach, Writer

May 22, 2017

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Technology can affect the way we live our lives on the daily. However, sometimes our generation does not realize what life is like without a phone or computer at reach all the time. By texting, you cannot read emotions, you can...

Driving, Can Our Age Handle It?

Dallas Muñoz, Writer

May 22, 2017

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Driving is a huge responsibility, keeping the vehicle in motion and safe, but also keeping the passengers safe and sound. The legal driving age is 15 years in the U.S. and some people think that it should be younger, but would...

Student-Teacher Disrespect Affects Learning

Matt Pham, writer

May 22, 2017

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With recent years in school, the disrespect between kids and teachers has escalated into a real problem. It has affected the learning environment and has made learning, and teaching a bit harder. The problem starts with the...

More Exercise a Day Will Keep the Obesity Away

Brooke Parker

May 22, 2017

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Everybody says that exercising is the key to a nice body. The school’s job, in the physical education department, is to make sure that kids are getting the right exercise. But the question is… Are we getting enough exercise?   Jordan...

Marijuana Debate in Texas

Nathan Woods, Writer

May 22, 2017

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A lot of people believe that marijuana is a deadly gateway drug, but how dangerous is marijuana? There is constant debate as to whether or not marijuana should be legalized, although to determine whether or not marijuana should...

Fight for Woman Rights

Ciara Proctor, writer

April 4, 2017

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Woman rights. Woman’s rights promote a position of legal and social equality of woman with men.Woman have almost never been treated fairly, so what can be done to fix it? Did you know that woman are paid less than men for...

Why does Corbett love the Keiths so much?

Paige Santos, Writer

April 4, 2017

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All around Corbett we see the Keith family in classrooms, teaching and subbing. Teachers and students around Corbett love having the Keith family around, but have you ever wondered what about the Keith family makes students and...

Students+Phones=Bad Grades

Zoey Zeeff, Writer

April 4, 2017

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Corbett Jr. High students are being put into a state of stress with the amount of homework they have to do in so little time. Kids put their homework off for later, and just play on their phones, even though they have tons...

Social Media

Alexa Allen, Writer

April 4, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Have you ever wondered what social media is doing to your life? Social media is a wide variety of sites/apps where people can see videos or photos that other people post. Many people think social media is affecting our lives in...

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