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Narrow scope of students fails to recognize the essence of education

Bradley Wilson, Editor-in-Chief

April 6, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinion

As I logged onto Facebook last night, I couldn’t ignore the vast sea of comments about the referendum failing to pass, quickly spreading like wildfire between students. It saddened me to see such harsh, hyperbolic, depressing...

What is a referendum? Why will it matter to us?

Alleigh Vandemerkt, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2010

Filed under News

At the school board meeting on Wednesday, September 14th, the board approved an April target date for an education fund tax referendum vote.  According to Superintendent David Bonnette, the need for a referendum comes from the s...

Tardy policy too strict?

George Suchy, Staff Reporter

December 23, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

The current tardy policy in place at Riverside Brookfield High School states that being late “disrupts the flow of the education process,” but what does lateness really disrupt? During first period only the morning announcements...

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