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Creating a fair and diverse curriculum in Glen Rock

by Andrew Kastelman, Co-Editor-In-Chief December 22, 2020

Curriculum is a highly debated topic within education. How detailed should the curriculum be? How much freedom should teachers have to deviate from the curriculum? At Glen Rock, the curriculum is constantly...

Mr. Kim is the newest addition to the high school math department staff, teaching Algebra II and Geometry.

New math teacher adjusts to chaotic school year

by Yethmie Goonatilleke, Social Media Manager (Twitter) October 28, 2020

When Mr. David Kim joined the high school math department staff this year, he never imagined how chaotic the beginning of the school year would be. “It’s not only a new school year, but moving up...

Tips and Tricks to Succeed in Hybrid and Online Learning

by Alex Vicinanza, Managing Editor October 13, 2020

  Get used to the new bell schedule. Take a screenshot of the new bell schedule on the GRHS website and put it as your lock screen on your phone. Then it is as easy as opening your...

High school students line up outside the Hamilton lobby before they are let in at 7:50 a.m., where every fifth person has their temperature taken. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Returning to school in a COVID-ridden era

by Devyn Ivers, Copy Editor October 12, 2020

The start of the school year has come and gone, but one thing still lies prominent on everyone’s mind: COVID-19. The virus that swept the country by storm in March made it seem unlikely that students...

Freshman leader follows in brother's footsteps

Freshman leader follows in brother’s footsteps

by Kevin Lederer, Social Media Manager (Facebook) October 7, 2020

Every year we elect students in our grade for student council. Jacob Cece, a freshman who is this year’s treasurer, has a lot to say about his position and goals for the year.  Cece decided to run...

Students reveal thoughts on hybrid learning model

by Andrew Kastelman, Rob Zamparelli, and Michael Silver October 2, 2020

Glen Rock High School started the 2020-2021 school year with a hybrid learning model. The model consists of two days — A and B— divided evenly amongst the students, with the cohorts rotating every...

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