My parents didn’t want me to get “Call of Duty Modern Warfare” because it involved guns and shooting people. They had always believed that those games had an influence on teenagers and violence. But what if they were wrong. Yea we all know that there are some violent video games that spread a very bad … Continue reading Not All shooter Games Cause Violence
24 inches in length, 3 inches wide, and ½ of an inch thick. These are the measurements of the wooden paddle that the Pickens County Board of Education recommended in 2015 to beat children who misbehaved in school. Historically corporal punishment was used to keep prisoners and slaves in line. Nowadays, it is used to … Continue reading Keep Your Hands Off Our Kids! (Editorial-Charlie Schuldt)
One thing I want to do when I am older is go on a wild vacation with my friends. I would want to go somewhere tropical or nice and warm like Mexico or even Florida. It would be so much fun to rent jet skis with all my friends and just be with them to … Continue reading When I’m Older pt.1
Does life Exist or has it existed on another planet. The question has been around for millions of years: are we alone in this big universe? Nasa’s early planet finding missions, such as Kepler, K2, or the James Webb Space Telescope, could yield bare bones evidence of the potentially habitable worlds. I believe that life … Continue reading Does life exist or has it existed on another planet
Back in the old days, there were winners and losers. The winners would get a trophy and the losers would get a pat on the back. In today’s society, everybody has to be a “winner”, but this only makes the winners look like they are not trying. You can’t appreciate the flavor of victory if … Continue reading Is the Trophy Child the Destruction to Our Society?
Schools have been very good at respecting students’ privacy but drug testing students will stop that. If students start getting drug tests by the school they won’t feel that they have any privacy and wont want to come to school. It is also violating the right of the students shown on the fourth amendment. Also … Continue reading Drugs
Life has been mostly the same every day i had chickfila the other day which was great and i got hockey training tiles which i use a ton. I play xbox a lot and sleep a lot and do schoolwork. I also watch netflix and tv too and help around the house and do yard … Continue reading Things will get better
I miss school, I want everything to be normal again. Everything happens for a reason so we are going to have to live with this and worm around it for now. I have been playing a lot of xbox and street hockey our time away from school. I am mostly worried about hockey because I … Continue reading Just the beggining
This morning, after posting my daily video lesson, I opened my email. The first email I read was a message from Mrs. Kaplan, who was passing along to the teachers of her building a message from HKMS parents and students and the PTO, along with the video below. It made me cry. I miss you … Continue reading Appreciation
Mental health is very important, especially in kids. At times, it’s not that noticeable if a child is feeling depressed or stressed out. “Ever having been diagnosed with either anxiety or depression” among children aged 6–17 years increased from 5.4% in 2003 to 8% in 2007 and to 8.4% in 2011–2012.4” stated by the Centers … Continue reading Should Parents Be More Supportive of Their Child’s Mental Health?