Over the summer, English teacher Jon Romine’s senior AP Literature and Composition class was instructed to read “1984” by George Orwell, but what most students in this class do not know is that “1984” has been banned in many states on the grounds that it contains communist and sexual content. In fact, many other books
Across the United States, schools examine policies on social networking between students and teachers Starting last year, English teacher Karen Comstock found a new method to make sure her students turn in their assignments. “I provide my cell phone number to my students. This has dramatically lessened the number of situations where student either don’t
Art, literary pieces to illustrate theme of homelessness Through Beyond Perceptions, 11 students from advanced art classes are finding inspiration from a reality in their community. Students from art teacher Careth Flash’s advanced classes have been creating art and literary pieces dealing with the theme of homelessness.