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In response to recent hazing allegations and then charges for five JV football players at Damascus, all athletic directors held a meeting with fall athletes that reviewed MCPS hazing policies.

Protesting Unites Teens, Gives Them a Voices in Pressing Issues

May 1, 2018

The teenage years are often a time of searching for one’s identity, discovering passions and etching out a clear place in the world. While teens are often written off as inexperienced, lazy and naive,...

Teddy Talks: High School Recess

Teddy Talks: High School Recess

Teddy Andrew , Staff Writer April 20, 2018

High schoolers need recess. A provided time to run around and take a much-needed break would be beneficial to the scholars who put immense time and effort into their work during the school day. To function...

Poli-Ticks Me Off: Punish Former Olympic Doctor

Poli-Ticks Me Off: Punish Former Olympic Doctor

Emily Nagy , Features Managing Editor April 19, 2018

Professional and collegiate athletes have their physical strength constantly tested throughout their careers, but after over 150 gymnasts confronted their longtime abuser in a week long court case that...

Students Need Later Start Times For Health

Kate Morey , Opinion Managing Editor April 18, 2018

School start times have always been controversial, perhaps most memorably for current students when MCPS adopted former Superintendent Joshua Starr's plan to push back the start time 20 minutes from 7:25...

Spend More Time, Less Money on Valentine's Day

Spend More Time, Less Money on Valentine’s Day

Kate Morey , Opinion Managing Editor February 22, 2018

Ah Valentine's Day, one of America's most widely celebrated holidays. The one day of the year that love is in the air. Hearts, flowers, big teddy bears and chocolate boxes fill stores and restaurants,...

Slow WiFi Curbs Chromebooks

Slow WiFi Curbs Chromebooks

Olivia De'Ath , Staff Writer February 12, 2018

In MCPS, it is common to walk inside a classroom and see an array of Google Chromebooks being used by students. After being introduced in 2011, Chromebooks make up half of the devices in U.S. classrooms...

In response to recent hazing allegations and then charges for five JV football players at Damascus, all athletic directors held a meeting with fall athletes that reviewed MCPS hazing policies.

Mental Health Deserves More Attention

February 2, 2018

The end of 2017 brought great tragedy to MCPS as students opening their Snapchat “stories” found black screens with a single colored heart symbolizing the lost of a student to suicide. Walter Johnson...

In response to recent hazing allegations and then charges for five JV football players at Damascus, all athletic directors held a meeting with fall athletes that reviewed MCPS hazing policies.

College Visits Necessary Before Committing

January 25, 2018

Planning for college is one of the most exciting and overwhelming parts of high school, and while students put in ample time and effort into researching and applying to schools, they often neglect one...

In response to recent hazing allegations and then charges for five JV football players at Damascus, all athletic directors held a meeting with fall athletes that reviewed MCPS hazing policies.

Banned Books Week: Essential to Supporting Student Growth

January 17, 2018

Banned Books Week was Sept. 24-30 and served as an important reminder that banning influential, engaging and well-written works of literature deprives students of valuable learning opportunities. Books...

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