One of the most important aspects to having a large group discussion is respect for each other’s opinions. “I thought it was very supportive,” said Puranik. “Everyone listened to everybody else’s ideas.”
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Ms. Leo demonstrates safety procedure in the case of an earthquake.“Duck and cover, and outside away from structures is normally the safest,” Ms. Wheaton said.
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Teachers feud with FUSD as their demands for an overdue salary increase among other concerns continue to be overlooked Yasmeen Abed Staff Writer Unifying the teachers, carrying their cause, and remaining an emblem of their protest—a symbolic round red button complements their everyday work attire as they take one unified stand. Teachers have been […]
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Nowadays, Thanksgiving is clouded by materialistic events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Through all of this, many people have begun to overlook the meaning behind this holiday: being thankful for the nonmaterial things. One example is recognizing the community we live in.
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Participants are welcomed in as they make their entrance during the event’s opening ceremony
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Music comes in all shapes and forms, and right here at American, each person’s unique taste comes into shape with what they’re listening to.
Around school, it isn’t particularly unusual to see students with headphones on or earbuds plugged into their ears, but the real wonder is what they’re listening to.
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Ms. Novocin loves the Vulcan symbol for “live long and prosper” from Star Trek even though she receives odd looks for using the hand gesture.
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Welcome the new PE teacher Ms. Barker, who is new to American High School as well as new to this profession.
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Biology is the study of life and living organisms. But for science teacher Ms. Leonarduzzi, known to her students as Ms. Leo, teaching biology is more than just an opportunity to share valuable knowledge about plants and organisms with her students.
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Mr. Ramirez, once a struggling student, now a happy math teacher paving the path for others
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