Panther Press

Things To Know During Disability Awareness Month

Samantha Ruiz, Reporter

March 14, 2019

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   March is Disability Awareness Month. Disability Awareness Month has been celebrated in history for 28 years, ever since starting in 1987 when Ronald Reagan declared March National Disability Awareness Month.  The Intens...

Top 5 Best and Worst Required Reading

Liana Boulles, Copy Editor

March 14, 2019

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In March, the Panther Press launched two polls: one asking students to choose their favorite books that they were assigned to read in school, and another with their least favorite books. Students could vote for the required rea...

Shamrock Shakes Back For A Limited Time

Connor Crafton, Reporter

March 13, 2019

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    Spring is just around the corner, and while some may look forward to the turn of weather, others are enjoying the sweet, sweet taste of a McDonald’s Shamrock Shake. The shake has made people from around America swoon over t...

Why Do We Need A Debate Club?

Zoe Boswinkle, Reporter

March 4, 2019

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According to, “Debate is an essential opportunity that should be provided to all students. Students develop skills in research, critical thinking, organization, persuasion and communication.” Debating is a way for student...

Why Diversity in Media Matters

Liana Boulles, Reporter

January 24, 2019

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   I was adopted from China in 2003, by a white mother and father, at the age of one, too young to remember anything, including the language. As a child, my only connections to China consisted of watching Disney’s Mulan, taking Chi...

What Constitutes A Snow Day?

Zoe Boswinkle, Reporter

January 8, 2019

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There are different opinions as to what constitutes as a snow day. Regardless of your opinion, snow days have a negative impact on the students, the school, and the teachers. Being that schools must have a minimum of 180 school...

FCCLA, Best Buddies Bring Students Closer, Benefit the Community

Skye Isenblatter, Reporter

October 19, 2018

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Here at Griffith High School, the students have many ways to be involved in community service. Two clubs that work to make a difference in peoples lives is Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and Best Buddies....

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