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A look at discipline: a day in the life of a Dean

By Alexis Burns ‘19 Students sit impatiently in the waiting room, one might be out of dress code, another just wanting to talk. They nervously wait until their name is called to go into the office. The students may think that everyone is out to get them, but all the ...

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The Music Scene- Meet Yeasayer

By Carly Spayd ’20 The name of the band may not ring a bell, but you may actually know them. In 2013 they created the single “Don’t Come Close” for Grand Theft Auto V’s ending A. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Yeasayer brings the self-described genre of ‘Middle Eastern-psych-snap-gospel’ to ...

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America’s longest lasting problem, racism

By Sarah Taddei  ’20 “It’s 2017. Race shouldn’t matter,” answered every Ridley High School student when asked what they thought about the current racial issues in our country. Racism has been around since the 17th century and although it has decreased by a great amount, it has not gone away. ...

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A familiar face: Mr Nelms

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By Kayla Oberg ’18 There are many new teachers here at Ridley this year, but one of them may look familiar, Mr Nelms, he is one of the teachers who is returning to the high school. “I’m happy to be back in the Ninth Grade Academy teaching Coreplus 1 again.” ...

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“Kids Helping Kids”: Peer Mentoring Program

By Alexis Burns ‘19 Elementary school teachers have a lot on their plates with some kids misbehaving, others waiting patiently for help, a few running around with way too much energy, it is just chaos; that is where the peer mentors come in to lend a helping hand. The Peer ...

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Tog Talk: Eagles rolling along

By: Jarrett Tognucci ’18 The Philadelphia Eagles are playing differently than we’ve seen them play the last couple of years, and that is good. Right now at 9-1 the team is atop the NFC with other contenders like Seattle (not looking good, except star QB Russell Wilson), Green Bay (no ...

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Dress code not uniform for all students

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State of the States

By: Aidan Maloney “19 We are the most divided since the Civil War. Two sides clashing using media and social networks to push their ideals. The Conservatives versus the Liberals, the left and the right. Charlottesville was a scary reminder of what people can do when we are divided like this. ...

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The Next Generation of Ridley

By Stephanie Pizzi ’19 The Next Generation is an upcoming spotlight focus at Ridley High School. The show will focus on current school topics, such as school stress, sports, academics, current events local and national issues, and more topics as they arise. This idea for the show emerged over the ...

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Technology in Our Classrooms

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  By Alexis Burns ‘19 “The biggest impact the ipad has given is to the quieter students, who don’t talk much in class. They a way to be heard and to participate in class,” according to Ridley High School teacher Ms. Watts. The iPads and newer technology used in the ...

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