Valor Dictus

Spirit days are repetitive, should be more creative

Hannah Bunting, Features Editor

April 19, 2013

This year, the SGA has done an excellent job adding more Spirit Weeks and events throughout the school year. However, as the spirit days become more frequent, now including Senior Spirit Days, they continually recycle the same...

5 Tips for Having a Productive Spring Break

Hiba Ahmad, Business Manager

April 19, 2013

1. College Visits: Conveniently, high school spring break does not coincide with college spring breaks, which makes it a perfect time to go tour a few colleges. It also gives you enough time to also look at out- of- state colleg...

School should end sooner for seniors

Ian Criman, Editorials Editor

April 19, 2013

For most seniors, their year ends April 1st.  Getting into college makes it feel like senior year is over and done with, and senioritis really begins to kick in.  When IB exams are over, school should end officially ...

Early dismissal is a necessary bone to throw to seniors

Tim White, Production Editor

April 19, 2013

This editorial is not meant to be a list of lazy senior grievances. However there are certain gripes in the senior community which cannot go unnoticed. Administration officials, seniors have stood by your policies for four years...

Butting Heads: Should there be more options for teachers to communicate with students?

Bailey Haase and Ian Criman, Photo Editor and Editorials Editor

April 19, 2013

More Communication is Necessary: Student/teacher communication has been a notoriously crucial ideal at the school for years. It has been made easier since the introduction of Blackboard, which helps some students stay up to date wit...

Is registering technology through the school worth it?

Anna McGrath, Staff Writer

October 24, 2012

Many teachers approve the idea of allowing students to bring in their electronic devices to help with schoolwork. As technology has developed, teachers find it is easier for students to keep track of schoolwork and notes with...

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