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CHS should take advantage of Senate Bill 189 to encourage innovative thinking, appreciation of learning

perspectives

August 14, 2013

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

This school year could be the start of something new. According to Senate Bill 189, which was passed this spring and took effect on July 1, schools that have earned the status of “high-performing” are granted greater flexibility...

Students should plan for a meaningful summer, take measures to not waste available opportunities

perspectives

May 23, 2013

Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print, Staff Editorials

It’s finally the time of year when summer vacation is just days away. All we have to do is survive some finals before beginning a much-needed break from school. While everybody has a different idea of the ideal and perfect...

Students should take a more active role in asking for changes in school policy, inform themselves

perspectives

April 26, 2013

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

As far as policy is concerned, the microcosm of our school functions as a trickle-down dictatorship. We, the students, have virtually no power in state and federal regulations, and we often don’t hear about them until they are...

The school board should consider the benefits of a balanced calendar, monitor Nobleville’s progress.

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March 22, 2013

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

For some reason or another, we’ve reached that time of year when students’ attendance drops as the school year progresses and their stress levels grow larger. While it’s impossible to attribute this exhaustion to any single...

Senate Bill 189 would allow much needed flexibility for some schools, encourage other schools to succeed

perspectives

February 22, 2013

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

It is strange that a school like CHS, with approximately a 96 percent attendance rate, 95 percent graduation rate and many students who enter senior year with most or all of the required credits for a Core 40 diploma completed,...

Candidates should modernize politics, follow Ritz’s example

perspectives

December 14, 2012

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

On Nov. 6, Democrat Glenda Ritz was elected State Superintendent of Public Instruction, defeating the incumbent, Tony Bennett, previous State Superintendent and Republican. Ritz’s election came as a shock to many Indiana residents,...

With election over, beware of party bias, focus on issues

perspectives

November 16, 2012

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

After Superstorm Sandy devastated the East Coast, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and President Barack Obama “reached across the aisle,” utilizing the power of both Republican and Democratic parties to help the area recuperate...

The policy for punishment should accurately reflect the crime committed

perspectives

August 15, 2012

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

Unfortunately it’s something that happens every year: students using a wide range of resources and tactics to give themselves unfair advantages on tests and assignments. Although it is safe to say that this will continue to...

Students should make themselves more employable by trying new things

perspectives

May 18, 2012

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

Since the recession began in late 2007, we have been peppered with phrases like “real-estate equity losses” and “sub-prime loan rates.” However, only recently have these “grown-up” phrases begun to hit home with our ...

Don’t rely on trends and the media to decide what causes you care about

perspectives

April 27, 2012

Filed under Print, Staff Editorials

In this month’s issue, the Acumen is covering a variety of movements and trends within our school and featuring students who are passionate about these causes. However, this passion often seems contrary to the norm nowadays....

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