Category Archives: Classroom Concerns

The “411” on Cell Phones

The “411″ on Cell Phones By: Emma Rader   In the middle of math class, you’re taking a huge test that will determine if you fail or pass. The night before the test, you were unable to study because you …

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Reading Between the Lyrics

Reading Between the Lyrics By: Jordyn Cline   “Why wouldn’t I listen to music?” says Caitlyn Wood, 12, of Newton Falls Junior High, when asked why she listens to music and why it’s important. “It’s enjoyable, relaxing; it actually helps …

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“Fun”ding Field Trips

“Fun”ding Field Trips Will Pattinson   Field trips are very educational according to “Making the Most of Field Trips.” Linda Mayger said, “They can bring balance to the curriculum. The most popular destinations-museums, zoos, outdoor venues, and performances- have a …

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Study Hall for All

Study Hall for All Dylan McAvoy   Do our seventh grade classes need a study hall? “Yes,” said seventh grade teacher, Mrs. Morningstar-Gray. “Students need a study hall to catch up on homework and to get help from teachers.” It …

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Misbehaving Students

Misbehaving Students By: Ashlee Kubilis   Newton Falls Junior High seventh and eighth grade students are misbehaving everyday by not following the school handbook. Brittney Thomas said, “Half of them are misbehaving because they are hanging out with the wrong …

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