Students share opinions on the rotating block schedule
After one year with the new rotating block schedule, students have become accustomed to the new routine.
For those unfamiliar with the schedule, the day is broken into two separate halves, the morning and afternoon, with a common lunch in between. In each half of the day there are four possible classes but only three occur per day. The fourth class “drops.”
The next day, that dropped class rotates to the first period and the next class “drops” off.
This schedule differs from the traditional nine-period schedule and has even led to the high school forgoing the use of bells.