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Electronic Learning to Save Snow Days

Skye Isenblatter, Copyeditor

December 18, 2019

Electronic learning was recently incorporated into the 2019-2020 school year for Griffith. Students received iPads last school year to begin preparing for the transition into e-Learning and paperless learning. In order to even...

Free College Education Is Overdue for the U.S. Students

Zoe Boswinkle, Reporter

May 31, 2019

In the high school, students are expected to take classes to prepare for their future. The goal of high school is to start students on the path for their future education such as trade school, college, etc. For most students,...

GHS Needs Recycling Cans

Meghan Braddy, Reporter

May 31, 2019

Recycling is something students learn their whole lives, but what happens when there aren’t any recycling cans? Why are students being taught to recycle if their own school cafeteria doesn’t support it?

Should Private Schools Be In a Separate Sports Division?

Cody Wilkins, Reporter

May 2, 2019

Sports are the highlight of most students' high school life. Most students make it their main priority. Teams in high school all have one goal: to advance to state. However, they must advance past sectionals, regionals, and semi-state,...

The Problem With Standardized Testing

Andrew Braddy, Reporter

April 29, 2019

Standardized testing is one of the most controversial topics in education.  Standardized testing has been around in schools since the 1930’s; in those, days it was used to gauge students who had special needs. Currently, these...

Valentine’s Day: Day of Love or Hallmark Holiday?

Victoria Martinez, Reporter

February 21, 2019

   Chocolates, roses, and teddy bears; these are just a few things gifted to loved ones on Valentine’s Day. The infamous Valentine’s Day is celebrated ever year on February 14. Some will criticize the day as a Hallmark ...

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