Melissa Hinson, a very valued member of our school community, has come back to work at BSGE. She is not only a key player in the school’s technology, but Melissa is also close friends with many students and often spends lunch chatting with them. Working three days a week, she is once again contributing to … Continue reading Melissa Hinson Returns to Work at BSGE
Unlike most kids his age, Ms. Mahaney’s 4 year old son Quinn couldn’t wait to climb into the doctor’s chair. Why did his mom get to go all the time? Well, truth was his mother had breast cancer. In his mind, mommy has a “boo-boo,” one that had her going to the doctor’s every day. … Continue reading Breast Cancer Month, October: Ms. Mahaney’s Bout With Breast Cancer
It was found the week of May 12th; all throughout the boys bathrooms were broken faucets and vandalism. In the small high school that we go to, we assume there to be a level of some maturity and respect for the place that we spend so much time in; that these types of acts will … Continue reading Toilets Closed Because of BSGE Bathroom Bandits
To my surprise, BSGE’s small population didn’t quash the amount of girls that were truly dedicated to playing softball. Although not all of us have a sports orientated background, the girls that are new to softball are really picking it up fast due to hard-working atmosphere that coachVirge forces us to adapt to. Even those … Continue reading Let’s Go Sting
People have been wondering whether birth control and condom advertisements are promoting teenagers to have sex sooner. Some argue that it helps reassure teens that if they do wish to engage in sexual activity, they can do so without half as much worry about getting pregnant. Many are also arguing that compared to the generations … Continue reading Does Teaching Sex Promote Teenage Pregnancy?
The detention policy that was recently re-implemented from last year has many students rolling their eyes and shaking their heads. Although the faculty may be find it necessary for the students to be punished for their irresponsibility, the inconvenience that this lateness policy inflicts upon the students outweighs its benefits completely. The consequence for being … Continue reading Editorial: The New Detention Policy
Is it okay for a two year old child to be taking incredibly powerful psychiatric drugs? There is worldwide controversy on whether or not it is ethical to diagnose children as bipolar when they show symptoms, such as anxiety or “hyper activeness”. Many believe that medications will help children deal with a mental disorder they … Continue reading Bipolar Children