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  • They are extending the deadline for the Solar Pageant scholarship opportunity to May 30, 2019.

  • All senior grades are due on Wednesday, May 22nd. The last day for seniors is Thursday, May 23rd.

  • Any girl intersted in running for Greene County Fair Queen 2019 should turn in their applications before June 1st!

  • Graduation will be held on May 30th, 2019 in the Stanley Fowler Auditorium.

Can Students be Educated using Phones?

Luke Bates, Contributor

March 27, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

A question that could be asked by parents and teachers is whether cell phones can be used by students as an educational tool. Phones have the potential, but will the students themselves be willing to? Some students are willin...

Art Within The Digital Space

Brandon Lawrence, Contributor

March 27, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018, Uncategorized

Art is a very subjective term. What may be a masterpiece to one person is a terrible display and waste of time and skills to another. It is unfair to call one thing art and not another. Art is meant to evoke a feeling or emotion o...

Guards on School Grounds

Dakota Hendrix, Contributor

March 15, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

Would students feel better if there were guards always outside to protect them? It would be good to have armed guards on school grounds because it would ensure our safety. This would no doubt be the best course of action wh...

Do Apps Help, or Are They Just a Waste of Our Time?

Luke Bates, Contributor

March 15, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

People want to know if apps actually help people or rather just waste their time. Apps can be installed on phones by the user. Some of the types of apps that exist include topics such as social media, games, music, education,...

Pep Rallies – They aren’t Always Perfect

Luke Bates, Contributor

March 12, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

Pep rallies are events that are held mainly to give enthusiasm to a group of people. The purpose of pep rallies is to help excite people, students in particular, typically for any upcoming sporting events. The idea of holding ...

Should Middle School Students be Drug Tested?

Logan Fazenbaker, Contributor

March 12, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

Drugs are a leading cause of death and are very addictive. There is an average of 570,000 deaths a year due to drug use. Nearly 9% of those who use drugs become dependent on them. A percentage that increases to about 25-50% for p...

Parents Need More Praise

Dakota Hendrix, Contributor

March 9, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

Parents encourage their children to focus on their school work. They always have the best in mind for their children and will do anything to ensure their child's success in school. For this, parents should be praised because ...

Metal Detectors are a Must

Maddie Call, Contributor

March 9, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

The most recent school shooting occurred on February 14 in Parkland, Florida.  Seventeen people were killed and fourteen were injured.  School shootings are putting people in risk and fear. Schools need to be safer and more...

Safety for our Students

Holden Headlee, Contributor

March 7, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

Metal detectors can help to keep weapons and anything harmful from getting into a building or facility.  Many high schools across the country have them and are putting them into their schools. They are trying to ensure their...

Less School, More Sleep

Makenzie Wright, Contributor

March 6, 2018

Filed under Student Voices 2018

Jefferson-Morgan starts their school day at 7:30am, starting with homeroom. They end the school day at 2:47pm. This means their students attend school for 7 hours and and 17 minutes each day. Most other schools in the county and...

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