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Body Confidence Club works to improve current sophomore height, weight screenings

Body Confidence Club works to improve current sophomore height, weight screenings

Helen Xiao February 12, 2018

Body Confidence Club is working with the school nurse and state health department to change the height and weight screening for sophomores into a less stressful and uncomfortable process. Each year, the...

As work gets more difficult, well thought out plans can go by the wayside. by Maria Melissa and Mary Solovyeva.

Cartoon: Sophomores vs. Juniors

The Newtonite February 24, 2014
As work gets more difficult, well thought out plans may go by the wayside.

Sophomores get ready for second annual Martin Luther King Jr. speech contest

The Newtonite December 6, 2013
As Martin Luther King, Jr. Day gets closer, the sophomores of this school prepare for the second annual MLK Jr. sophomore speech contest.

Argument Clinic: Should Advanced Placement classes be the norm for sophomores?

The Newtonite December 21, 2012
by Alex Feit and Kristian Lundeberg This blog is dedicated to point-counterpoint discussion on various topics related to current events. These discussions include everything from interpreting school policies to developments on the national political stage. This week, the duo is debating whether or not this school should expand Advanced Placement classes to sophomores. Kristian argues in the affirmative, while Alex argues in the negative.

Column: New sophomore speech contest refreshes curriculum

The Newtonite December 20, 2012
by Connor Vasu In switching the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., sophomore essay contest to a speech contest, this school is updating an integral part of its curriculum.

Student Faculty Administration discusses two new proposals

The Newtonite March 29, 2012
by Jared Perlo As the legislative year reaches its most crucial stage, members of the Student Faculty Administration have ramped up their discussions and debates to a new level of efficiency. In recent weeks, the SFA has covered many topics, ranging from the ongoing construction of a student union in the cafeteria to the possible implementation of unlimited, full-year open campus for sophomores.

Sophomores transition into second semester

The Newtonite January 25, 2012
by Julia Moss Second semester brought a transition for sophomores because many now have open campus privileges; they no longer have study halls in their schedules. Six sophomores shared their experiences with this change.

Administration discusses issue of sophomore cancelled classes

The Newtonite January 16, 2012
by Jared Perlo Members of the Student Faculty Administration (SFA) spent most of Wednesday’s meeting discussing proposed improvements to study halls and canceled class policies.

Student Faculty Administration wraps up 2011

The Newtonite December 24, 2011
by Jared Perlo Student Faculty Administration members conclused the calendar year during Wedensday’s meeting by releasing the details for the proposed construction of a student hangout area in the cafeteria.
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