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Homework And School

     When students usually think about homework, they almost always get really stressed out. (I even got stressed out writing this final).  But sometimes most students get too lazy and just give up on homework. Yes, homework has its pros and cons.   Has homework impacted your life? Everyone’s answer should be yes. For most … Continue reading

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Is a college degree needed?

Gresham High School’s motto is “every student prepared for success.” Not college, Gresham takes pride in that but, how much of the public school system influences students choices to go to college? In 2016, 69.7% of high school graduates were enrolled in a college or university in Oregon. Out-of-state cost of attendance is about $50,000 … Continue reading

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Gresham goes down 0-2, comes back to win He-Man Volleyball game against Barlow

Superfans stormed on to the gym floor at Barlow to celebrate Gresham’s win in the He-Man volleyball games played on Nov. 9. He-Man is a charity event to collect money and canned food for SnowCap; specifically for their plans to feed the needy during the Thanksgiving holiday. This event was successful, as many students from … Continue reading

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Honors Classes

By Angelica Smith    This year, sophomore honors classes are ridiculously over loaded with students trying to succeed expectations such as challenging concepts, excessive amount of homework, quizzes, and tests that come more frequently.   Every class here at Gresham is given a set of standards that teachers must meet. This is to benefit students so … Continue reading

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Superintendant Perera

By Bailey Bates    As of May 2017, Dr A Katrise Perera is the new superintendent of the Gresham-Barlow School District, as previous superintendent Jim Schlachter revealed he was retiring.   Originally from Virginia, Perera has been working in schools since 1994. She had begun with teaching sixth through eighth grade, and Perera soon realized that … Continue reading