Students suggest summer reading revamp
Updated on 5/14/2013
From The Griffin Dulaney High School Timonium, MD
A look at ideas for improving the summer reading program.
Polly's Advice Column - What Do You Suggest?
Updated on 2/6/2013
From Walsh Wildcat E-Zine Walsh Middle School Framingham, MA
hey everybody its polly here again
Carrie was at lunch and she was playing around with her friends when one her teachers come by and sees her. (now what you guys d
Recent Studies Suggest Lazy Students Become More Obese and Less Smart Over Summer
Updated on 10/29/2012
From The Mountain Lion Messenger Sierra Vista High School Las Vegas, NV
Summer break ruins the minds and stomachs of all students. As the students become nearly 10 times more lazy over summer, they get about 10 times more stupid and fat, or so to speak. about 65% of stude
Students suggest suggestion box for theme days
Updated on 10/17/2012
From Periscope Carlisle Area High School Carlisle, PA
Homecoming theme days could reflect student ideas through a suggestion box.
Principal’s Move Suggest Two School’s are Now Linked
Updated on 2/19/2012
From Points of View Hillside NewTech Durham, NC
On Thursday, February 2, 2012, Dr. William Logan, principal of Hillside New Tech High announced to students and staff that he would also be presiding over Hillside High School for the remainder of the
TED Speaker Misha Glenny Suggest Hiring the Hackers
Updated on 9/22/2011
From Campus View Topeka West High School Topeka, KS
In a TED talk in July of 2011, journalist Misha Glenny described case studies on six of the most potent convicted hackers worldwide. At the end of the talk, Glenny gave an interesting verdict.
Lunch menu unsatisfactory, students willing to suggest changes
Updated on 1/25/2011
From PHS Voice Platteville High School Platteville, WI
A brief look at what student opinions on school lunches are and how they're willing to change it.
Recent studies suggest that teens need to turn down music
Updated on 10/1/2010
From Irish Eyes Grace King High School Metairie, LA
Over the years, teenagers’ tendency to listen to loud music has had a negative effect on their hearing. A recent study conducted by Josef Shargorodsky of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston
Eye Candy: Shows suggest some should help others to accomplish their goals
Updated on 2/18/2010
From The Magnet Tribune Treviño School of Communications and Fine Arts Laredo, TX
“The Buried Life” aired January 18 on MTV.
Are Moodiness and TV Linked?: Studies Suggest They Are
Updated on 10/1/2008
From Roadrunner Newsbag Online Rancho Santa Margarita Intermediate School Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
TV is a source of entertainment, a source of after school fun… and a source of violence?
Google Suggest-Suggesting Far More than Possible Searches
Updated on 9/26/2008
From WordsWorth Moorestown Friends School Moorestown, NJ
Let’s say you are in the mood to pop onto the Internet one day. You click on your browser, and it takes you to your homepage, which we will assume is Google. Your cell phone rings. You lean over to
The road less traveled: Dropping out of high school: High school counselors weigh in, suggest considering the options
Updated on 9/23/2008
From Kirkwood Call Kirkwood Senior High School Kirkwood, MO
Not all high school drop outs are the same. The classic burnout image Judd Nelson portrays in The Breakfast Club, can be completely wrong. According to Tom Gaither-Ganim, KHS guidance counselor at Kir
Santa Catarina: If you go, I would suggest you bring lots of bathing suits!
Updated on 3/4/2008
From Walsh Wildcat E-Zine Walsh Middle School Framingham, MA
If you go, I would suggest you bring lots of bathing suits!
Students suggest new electives
Updated on 5/16/2007
From THE STUDENT VOICE University Academy Charter High School Jersey City, NJ
Journalism, sociology and business are just some of the few electives offered to students in school. Some of which were either given to a student or one they chose to join.
Copycat Killings: A Momentum of Violence : Will the killings at Virginia Tech inspire more killings? History suggest it may happen
Updated on 5/3/2007
From The Beckman Chronicle Beckman High School Irvine, CA
It is understood that the tragedies at Virginia Tech produced a lasting impact on the nation, forever casting a solemn shadow while simultaneously inspiring community unity and support. However, the s
Where have all the students gone?: Texas dropout rate is very low, studies suggest these numbers not true
Updated on 11/29/2006
From The Waldron Street Journal Flour Bluff High School Corpus Christi, TX
A surprising difference in numbers occurred in recent
studies of percentages of dropouts, and according to these calculations, millions of Texas students are not counted for.
Studies suggest too much homework not effective
Updated on 11/21/2006
From Highlander McLean High School McLean, VA
Homework: the very word evokes dread and loathing. Students say it restricts their social and family life as well as extracurricular activities. It is not uncommon for students to work late into the n
Teachers’ genders may affect learning: Recent studies suggest different student/teacher gender combinations change class experience
Updated on 10/5/2006
From The Tiger Cub Hastings High School Hastings, NE
Girls and boys are different. Everybody learns that in Kindergarten. It’s basic knowledge but in the classroom those differences can have a major, and previously unnoticed, effect on both teachers and
Boys make great turnaround, though record may suggest otherwise: Raised expectations for next Fall season after impressive culmination of tough campaign
Updated on 10/26/2005
From The Blake Beat James Hubert Blake High School Silver Spring, MD
If nothing else, the inexperienced varsity soccer team has come away with confidence and optimism, finishing the season strong.
New advertisements suggest plan for possible terrorist attack, frighten some
Updated on 4/22/2005
From Nighthawk News First Flight High School Kill Devil Hills, NC
The thought of a terrorist attack constantly lingers in the back of many peoples’ minds, but new advertisements by Ready.gov have increased the awareness of the possibilities and preparedness.