Throughout their lives, kids have one common question that they are asked by their peers, whether they are other kids, or adults: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Author: Talon Editorial
Completing classwork, watching YouTube or accessing social media, and even contacting friends are nearly impossible due to the blanket security filter that the school wifi has.
With an abundance of classes to choose from, students are often overwhelmed with choices; however, students with special needs are instead underwhelmed rather than overwhelmed because of they’re limited to only taking Partner’s Art and Partner’s Theatre once during their entire high school experience.
As a result of growing class sizes, Keller ISD should move the graduation site form the UTA College Park Center to a larger venue in order to accommodate everyone. A larger venue would allow for more flexibility and space for each ceremony.
These IDs barely help improve school security, and lots of people are not taking them seriously. Even security officers have not been asking to see the badges of students who are not wearing them, so the money spent on the custom lanyards and student IDs was ultimately wasted.
According to the American Heart Association, every year hundreds of thousands of Americans die from cardiac arrest. Since cardiac arrest can happen anywhere at anytime, there is no reason that teachers should not be required to get certified in CPR and other basic life support techniques.
Both the staff and the students should make a larger effort to recycle and be conscientious of how much is wasted.