The Warrior Ledger

Stressed in school? Here’s how some students deal with it

“I really like being in school because it makes me feel organized. I’m passing all my classes so I’m not very stressed right now. When I do get stressed about school, it’s mostly because I have a lot of packets to do for credit recovery, and sometimes it just gets overwhelming. I enjoy meeting new people, learning new things, and socializing with friends. When I get stressed, I do like to listen to music, or just take a deep breath.”

-- Carlos Chavez, Senior

Ciera Martin and Daniel Prypechenko

January 7, 2020

Three Senior students share how they deal with stress as they prepare to enter adulthood.

Sticks and Stones

Sticks and Stones

Payton Wright, Assistant Editor

March 14, 2017

     While homework and social hierarchies prey on student after student, there is a not-so-secret and not-so-silent killer out on the loose and everyone falls victim to it, and it’s called gossip.       Not one person in the world is innocent of spreading or receiving gossip.  Rumors have always...

Testing in progress

Testing in progress

Aspen Earnhart, Reporter

March 14, 2017

May 1st. Sweaty palms, racing heart. The dreaded three hours of Scantron sheets and silence. You’ve been preparing for this day for months now, and suddenly you’ve forgotten everything you know. Well, I guess it’s time to start applying for Clown College.    You’re probably wondering what I’...

What Trump means for DACA

What Trump means for DACA

Ana Zamora, Reporter

March 14, 2017

There have been a lot of changes since Trump has taken office. Among the executive orders he has been signing are the approval of North Dakota pipeline and the border wall that will be built between the United States and Mexico. Along with the changes that Trump wants to make, there has also been a ...

Voter misconceptions cloud millennial voters

Isabella Ashton, Reporter

March 14, 2017

Young people don’t vote. Or at least that is the stereotype. The millennial generation has received criticism for their apparent apathy towards voting, and have even been called lazy. These sentiments are not completely unfounded. According to an analysis done by Pew shared in an article by NPR...

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