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  • October 28End of first quarter rapidly approaching as November nears
Despite voting to have black gowns twice, Parkdale seniors will be wearing a dark green to their graduation in June.
Caps and Gowns: How do seniors really feel?
Toniah Grant, Section Editor • January 5, 2022

After a long wait, Parkdale seniors have finally made it to their last year in high school. With the COVID-19 outbreak causing them to go through virtual learning for more than a year-- and surprisingly return back to virtual...

With NYC Public Schools eliminating talented and gifted programs, the question begs: should this be a nationwide removal?
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio eliminating ‘talented and gifted program’; raises question if 'accelerated programs' are worth it
Jada Adams, Reporter • December 3, 2021

It was recently announced that the Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, will be putting an end to the ‘Talented and Gifted’ (TAG) program in all public schools. According...

With the stark rise in COVID-19 cases and the lowering of the vaccine eligibility age, could a vaccine mandate from PGCPS be beneficial?
With COVID cases rising, vaccine mandates could be on the horizon
Anthony Umanzor-Rojas, Section Editor • January 5, 2022

On Dec. 15, PGCPS CEO Dr. Monica Goldson notified the county via email about major concerns regarding COVID-19 in PGCPS. According to the email, Benjamin Tasker Middle, EXCEL...

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