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Editorial: Lanyards for identification, not protection

If the school wants safety, they are going to have to invest. Students around the school have heard rumors that we soon will be required to wear our school-issued identification cards on lanyards each day to increase school safety. Concerns about the practicality of this have risen. One idea to understand about these lanyards is that they are not expected

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Entrance to get a face lift

The Greenwood administration is making strides to make GHS the best school possible. In order to continue improving, the front door entrance to the school is getting a makeover this summer. “We have constantly been trying to update our facilities,” Dr. Kent DeKoninck, superintendent, said. “The entrance to our building is old and dated, so we plan on tearing it

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Editorial: students face seasonal depression

Students walk the halls with bigger bags under their eyes than on their backs. The stressful winter months are taking their toll. The time of year between Christmas and Spring Break is the toughest for students and probably teachers to push through. Shorter daylight, mountains of school work, lack of extended breaks and fewer social interaction brings about a period

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