ACT prep class made available to students

ACT prep class made available to students

Ryan Fullerton, JagWire editor-in-chief
September 26, 2013
Filed under NEWS, School news

The semester-long class ACT Test and College Preparation has been made available to students who wish to improve their ACT scores. The class was added at the suggestion of the De Soto High School principal. At Mill Valley, it is taught by social studies teacher Jeff Wieland and math... Read more »

ACT scores reflection of effort

ACT scores reflection of effort

Austin Gillespie, JagWire editor-in-chief
March 14, 2013
Filed under OPINION

Let’s face it; standardized tests suck. I’ve always found it to be super ridiculous that so much of a high schooler’s fate in college relies on the scores of these tests like the ACT and SAT. Some students do well simply because they are smart, some do well out of pure luck. And, if you’re like... Read more »

Students reenact “Hamlet” for deeper meaning

Students reenact “Hamlet” for deeper meaning

Baylee Owen, JagWire reporter
November 30, 2012
Filed under Feature stories, FEATURES

Rearranging their chairs to form a circle around the classroom on November 30, students in English teacher Justin Bogart’s AP Literature class prepared to view their classmates' performances of scenes from Hamlet, written by William... Read more »

SOPA bill could destroy the Internet

SOPA bill could destroy the Internet

Brandon Burnworth, artist
January 18, 2012
Filed under BLOGS

Ah, the Internet; the one place where you get to speak your own opinion without fear of any consequences whatsoever.  Well, SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) is here to ruin your lives and make the Internet a censored nightmare.  This bill brings up along many issues not only for dwellers of the Internet,... Read more »