Student survey comments: National Walkout Day

Aviator staff

March 15, 2018

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In a Crimson Aviator survey about National Walkout Day, 190 students responded, many with comments. Fifty-four percent did not walkout, while 46 percent did. The following is a sampling of the comments: ** “I believe that the ...

Healthy habits can help prevent falling to illness bug

Greg Bintz, Sports editor

February 8, 2018

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I’ve hardly gotten sick in my life. In fact, I’ve gone two years without getting majorly sick. However, for the last two months or so, I’ve heard many stories related to the fact that kids are missing school because ...

“No phone” edict creating issues with freshman resource

Jolie Guyette, Guest writer

January 31, 2018

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I’ve got a lot of problems with the new changes to Freshman Resource, and I feel the need to air my grievances. To begin, I would like to describe the atmosphere of Freshman Resource during Semester 1. The classes held 20...

Trump’s comment on people from poor countries crossed the line

Emma Jo Hirschy, Editor in chief

January 15, 2018

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President Trump, we elected you to make our country great again, not white again. While I did support Donald Trump during the 2016 election year, I am now absolutely disgusted at his behavior. While it is notable that...

AP Research course needs to have English designation

Emma Jo Hirschy, Editor in chief

January 12, 2018

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Writing and reading are normally classified under the English category. Not to mention, researching also pertains to the writing process - no matter what the writing is about. Students in the AP seminar class are expressing their frustratio...

With finals on the way, studying becomes an issue

Melissa Gleason, Guest writer

January 11, 2018

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Are you studying for finals already? Have you looked over your notes? Are you stressed? With finals coming up, many students are stressed. Some students are not studying while others are spending all of their time in the...

Social media causes distractions and hurts focus for students

Anna Kahkola, Guest writer

January 11, 2018

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Students at De Pere High School have their own interests. The main interest though, is social media. Kids always talk about streaks on Snapchat and posts on Instagram. The social media flies around the whole school, and it...

¿Hablas español? Requirement is overemphasized

Daniel Wagner, Guest writer

January 11, 2018

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Spanish class is a required course to attend a college of any stature. Spanish is not a needed skill in my opinion. I think this because I have never been in a situation where knowing any Spanish has benefited me in any way. ...

3 is the magic number when it comes to lunch

Jessica Lamirande, Guest writer

January 10, 2018

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  At De Pere High School, there has been talk about going to be two lunches rather than the current three. DPHS currently has three separate lunch periods because there are so many students, approximately 450 per lunch tim...

Lunch cramming adds stress to students

Jordan Deau, Guest writer

January 10, 2018

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De Pere High School has a lunch period separated into thirds. Currently the administration is contemplating whether or not to get rid of the second session and split that up into the first and third sessions. This would make t...

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