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Students can be suspended or even expelled for taking part in devious licks.

To the followers of the “devious licks” TikTok trend: this needs to stop (Opinion)

Skylar Whalen, Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2021

Dear “devious licks” trend followers, Quit stealing our soap. You are high schoolers for crying out loud. Why would you ever choose to  follow a TikTok trend that disrespects others and takes away...

Don’t drive into trouble

Don’t drive into trouble

Hannah Millar, Broadcaster October 5, 2018

As a result of over 150 suspensions last year related to the parking lot, Mead High School has enacted some new rules. In a press conference with the 2018-2019 newspaper staff, Ms. Ayers stated that...

Uncovering the newer, stricter parking lot policy

Uncovering the newer, stricter parking lot policy

Jaden Lopez, Reporter October 4, 2018

A new school year at Mead High School  has brought lots of new and exciting additions. There’s a new counseling office with fancy chairs, the school has grown a new wing, and the there is a brand...

The no-tolerance cell phone policy explored

The “no-tolerance” cell phone policy explored

Anna Hergert, Section Editor September 18, 2018

As of 2018, Mead High School administration has implemented a new “no-tolerance” cell phone policy. According to Mrs. Schwartz, an assistant principal, the intentions behind this policy are simply...

Student reporter Kassidy Trembath poses with her brother at an Easter celebration

80/20: A reporter’s perspective

Kassidy Trembath, Editor in Chief May 9, 2018

Since October 3rd, 2017, I have been looking into the many angles of the 80/20 policy at Mead High School. During the past 7 months I have developed many relationships with officials from the district...

The early season Colorado snow has encompassed the spread of many flames.

An open letter to Don Haddad

Blake LaVanchy, Content Editor February 22, 2018

According to the SVVSD website, “[you are] empowered to close the schools or to dismiss them early in the event of hazardous weather or other emergencies which threaten the safety, health or welfare...

Schoology: the one tool we can all agree is actually helpful

Schoology: the one tool we can all agree is actually helpful

February 12, 2018

“Four college students—Jeremy Friedman, Ryan Hwang, Tim Trinidad, and Bill Kindler—saw firsthand how education technology fell short of its promise to improve the learning experience for students...

District officials spend time developing their grading policies.

What are other SVVSD schools’ grading policies?

Kassidy Trembath, Editor in Chief January 31, 2018

The following is the 5th segment in a series meant to explore the 80/20 grading policy at Mead High School. Stay tuned for more installments. If you have not yet read the first segment describing why...

 A string of banners representing various colleges lines the counseling office.

Professors from different colleges share their grading policies

Kassidy Trembath, Editor in Chief December 16, 2017

The following is the 4th segment in a series meant to explore the 80/20 grading policy at Mead High School. Stay tuned for more installments. If you have not yet read the first segment describing why...

Teachers spend time in their classrooms working hard to ensure their students succeed.

Teachers React to 80/20 Grading Policy

Kassidy Trembath, Editor in Chief December 1, 2017

The following is the third segment in a series meant to explore the 80/20 grading policy at Mead High School. Stay tuned for more installments.If you have not yet read the first segment describing why...

Mead High students focus on an assessment

How do students feel about our 80/20 grading policy?

Kassidy Trembath, Editor in Chief November 10, 2017

The following is the second segment in a series meant to explore the 80/20 grading policy at Mead High School. Stay tuned for more installments. If you have not yet read the first segment describing...

The administration of Mead High School develops the grading policy.

Defending the 80-20 Grading Policy

Kassidy Trembath, Editor in Chief November 1, 2017

The following is the first segment in a series meant to explore the 80/20 grading policy at Mead High School. Stay tuned for more installments.  When the topic of MHS’ grading policy comes up, reactions...

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