Valor Dictus

Assigning a school a grade increases pressure on teachers and students

Anagha Srikanth, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2013

Amidst mid-quarter deadlines and progress reports, the school will have another grade to worry about. With the administration and teachers worried about the letter assessing their progress and capability, students too will ultimately...

Staff Ed: There must be effective cooperation between new pricipal and students

February 7, 2013

   Whether they’ve been here for one year or six, students at the school have only known one principal for the entirety of their time here. Although it will be hard to imagine another person taking the place of Dan Meier,...

Remembering ‘Coach G’

June 11, 2012

It’s not very often we come across a person so strong he will put aside his own burden to help us with ours, but when we do, he changes our lives. We remember Coach Barry Gorodnick for being this man. Assistant Director of...

IB must review old course material

Valor Dictus Staff

February 1, 2012

The International Baccalaureate program is frequently praised for providing students with a broad, in-depth education. However, observing some students in the program may cause outsiders to question its effectiveness in teaching...

Early releases and delays, take school stress away

Valor Dictus Staff

February 1, 2012

This year, the administration decided to cut three hours from the start or end of one school day each month. This change has proven beneficial to both the students and faculty, especially as the busy second semester approaches....

Bravely Speaking to the Robinson Community
staff editorial