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Rodent on the run: Class pet continues to escape

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Amongst the many rodents around the school, one is special. Chubs Maloy has lived in Mr. Albert Marino’s math classroom since August 2017 – well, most of the time anyway. He’s been known to escape his enclosure and disappear for days at a time.       “Mr. Ward offered [me] a hamster cage over…

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New Beginnings: How to start the year off right

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Audra Kelly (9) works on her geometry study guide. The test was on Friday, Sept 30th,  and Kelly uses extra time during the school day to study and do more geometry.   “I wish I’d known that I needed to prepare myself,” said Helena Weatherford (9). I think we have all been in a situation where we have felt…

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Caught Sleeping in Math Class: Raccoon on campus stirs up wild reactions

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Oh, Monday mornings. The usual groggy eyed students, the old coffee pot, the same heavy door. Walking up to her second story classroom, Sara Parhikhteh, an ARS math teacher known as Mrs. Par, expected the same white walled classroom she arrives to every Monday morning. Instead, as she peered through the small window in the…

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