The Growl

Students need to learn to manage stress

Catherine Nolan, Staff Reporter

May 25, 2017

What you experience as stress is the result of your reaction to the events, circumstances and people you encounter. You’re surrounded by potential sources of stress. Your job, family, friends, schedule, traffic and finances...

AP testing needs improvements

Hannah Stedman, Staff Reporter

May 25, 2017

After studying in a classroom for 10 months for what takes at least a year to learn, students wake up in the wee hours of the morning to take a college level test. No pressure, but if you fail you’ve wasted $93. Preferably...

Making the Grade

May 16, 2017

With an overwhelming amount of Glenn students in LEO, we are forced to ask ourselves why this is happening. Because Glenn is a new school, faculty and staff are focused on sorting out issues and making everything work, they don’t...

Phone restrictions too strict in classroom

Catherine Nolan, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2017

Students have been using cell phones consistently in their daily lives for almost a decade, but many public schools continue to resist allowing the devices into the classroom. Schools generally now have laptops or iPads, but see...

Teachers restricting CAVE make it harder for students to succeed

Noble Shaw, Staff Reporter

January 4, 2017

Teachers have been restricting their CAVE on half of the days in the week, which is forcing other students to go to other teachers, thus leading to over 30 students in one class. This is unfair to the other teachers because some...

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