Teachers convert to new SharePoint For the 2013-2014 school year, teachers will be required to switch from their current SharePoint site, where students can view assignments, get course documents, and send documents to their teachers through drop box, to a newer, more convenient version. According... Read more »
Due to the recent inappropriate tweets written by students, the administration decided to block the social networking site Twitter. The News article can be read here. With this change, members of the school community have had opposing viewpoints about the blocking and the inappropriate tweets surrounding... Read more »
JC News Update is back with Megan Foard. This week Foard investigates advisory competitions.
Elise Adamson, News Editor
September 21, 2011
Filed under News
The poles freshman Alex Ketterman was supposed to be building her tent with were too long. They wouldn’t fit. There was no way. She was getting more frustrated with every passing second. But she didn’t have time to get frustrated, she had to win. On Friday Sept. 16, social studies teachers Anthony... Read more »
As a recent participant in social studies teacher Anthony Del Puppo’s senior girls’ Big Schloss camping trip, I believe that everyone should participate in an outdoor trip while in high school. There is something special about climbing a mountain. While not everyone may be suited for backpacking... Read more »