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Tips for Getting Grades up for Parent Teacher Conferences

Nisha Razack, Editor
March 6, 2017
Filed under Academics, Opinions

Parent teacher conferences will be held on March 21st from 4:00-7:30 pm.  Make a list of all missing assignments and all current assignments. Organize them by class. Under each class, try to do three assignments from the missing assignments list and then do current assignments so you can get more ...

Fall Parent -Teacher Conferences

Fall Parent -Teacher Conferences

Nisha Razack, Staffer
September 22, 2015
Filed under Academics, Student Life

Thur, Sept, 24, Parent-Teacher conferences will be held from four to seven thirty pm in the East and West gyms. Parents can talk to their students teachers about how heir kids are doing in their classes and what their kids might need to improve on in class. “I always think it’s a good idea to mee...

On the Path to Graduation

Rebekah Brazelton, Staffer
April 8, 2015
Filed under Academics

Every day, thousands of Colorado students sit in class and, for many, the teacher’s words fly by and grades drop. With tons of temptations to not do the work, and eventually drop out. Freshman Kira Smieciuch is currently failing two classes. According to Latimes.com, one in four students do not...

Honor Roll

Honor Roll

Kyna Fitzpatrick, Staffer
February 11, 2015
Filed under Academics, Student Life

Today Feb. 11, 2015 students received certificates for making Smoky Hills Honor Role for maintaining their GPA throughout last semester. If a student is enrolled in an advanced class, they will receive two grades for their class at the end of the year. One that is weighted, and another that is unweigh...

The Graduate and the Dropout

The Graduate and the Dropout

Kelsey Long, Co-Editor in Chief
January 9, 2014
Filed under Opinions

“Hey, what’d you get on the final?” “I got a D! I thought I was going to do a lot worse!” The students give each other a high five, congratulating each other on passing at the minimum grade, showing a problem that many in this school see, but ignore. A complete and total disregard for personal grades is pulling ou...

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