P.E Going too Far?

Carly DeForest, Editor

February 17, 2017

Filed under Opinion, School News

Recently, two well-known P.E. teachers have been on a long break from their classes. During their absence, there have been many odd changes in how P.E. operates. For example, students must be on their numbers before the bell r...

The Lost Hero Book Review

Tafai Muck, Editor

January 20, 2017

Filed under Books, Opinion

The Lost Hero is an outstanding book written by Rick Riordan that contains action, mystery, and romance. This story is also a continuation of the Percy Jackson series but is more focused on Roman Mythology rather than Greek. ...

Staff Needs Wake-Up Call

Carly DeForest, Editor

January 19, 2017

Filed under Editorials

Do some staff administrators seem unnecessarily rude to you, even if you’re a good student? Like they always have an attitude and treat you badly even if you haven’t done anything? But then at the same time they baby the ...

Orange Debate

Tiahna Butler, Staff Writer

January 12, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Sadly, many people fear their lives and the future of their children, because of our new president, Donald J. Trump.  People still have until January 20, 2017 to move to Canada or some other free state. My advice to you is to n...

Refusing School Lunch

Krystyna Lesinski and Monica Castillo

December 13, 2016

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Don't you just have those days where you’re tired, hungry, and you just can't wait to eat lunch? I know I do. So you decide to wait in the lunch line and spend most of your time in the hot sun waiting to get inside the cafet...

Staff Hypocrisy?

Carly DeForest, Editor

December 2, 2016

Filed under Editorials

Have teachers ever told you to not do anything you don’t feel comfortable doing, but still made you do it? And then if you refuse to, they yell at you and get you in trouble? This seems to happen a lot at Bret Harte Middle Scho...

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