Generation Z: What They Don’t Know

January 9, 2019

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By: Hayley Jackson Generation Z is anyone born after the mid-1990s. The millennials taught this generation and shaped the way that we interact with the world. However, being apart of Generation Z, I believe we also have thing...

Does the School Have Its Priorities Straight?

January 9, 2019

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By: Kyra St John During the November election, a bond was passed to give $130 million to Forest Hills Public Schools. The bond is said to invest, secure, and inspire the kids at FHPS through 2027. The people in charge of di...

Let’s Transform The Way Students Are Taught

January 9, 2019

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By: Maddi Lang One controversy that I've noticed that is not viewed as much as it should be is the debate on how students should be taught in school as well as what kind of information they should obtain. Students should be ab...

Whose Got The Power?

Whose Got The Power?

December 20, 2018

The Future, a Little Bit Earlier

December 20, 2018

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By: Sadie Knee Are traditions worth breaking if it means we gain something greater? Are we so stubborn that we won’t make a change to give our children a better chance at life than we had? It all starts with school. Twel...

Phone pockets in classrooms

December 18, 2018

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By: Oscar Benson “Put your phones into the pockets on the wall,” said a Northern teacher, firm believer that phones are a bad thing in the classroom. The phone pocket policy was imposed on all of Forest Hills Northern in the 20...

Is Recycling Paper Enough?

December 18, 2018

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By: Rachel Chadwick In today’s world recycling is something that we need to be more aware of. Recycling is a HUGE way to decrease the amount of garbage that goes to landfills and positively affect global warming by helpin...

The Impact of Words

The Impact of Words

December 18, 2018

$80,000 for What? College

December 18, 2018

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By: Sammi Blair A college education is beneficial to so many people, but the cost may become a barrier for some households where it’s too difficult to manage financially. Everyone emphasizes the importance of getting a colleg...

The Unspoken Problem

December 18, 2018

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By: Nithya Balakrishnan Everyday, there are new stresses for teenagers to face. School, friends, grades, family, sports, turning essays in on time, and the looming threat of college just over the horizon. Each day is somethin...

Learn About the Turn

Learn About the Turn

December 18, 2018

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