Archive for 'Editorials'

Opinion:  Student clubs have become more active this year

Opinion: Student clubs have become more active this year

It is a staple in every school. Big or small, schools always have clubs or organizations. The different clubs are numerous, ranging anywhere from Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) to chess club. There are several different [...]

Opinions:  ZAP changes for the better, but still has room for improvement

Opinions: ZAP changes for the better, but still has room for improvement

The ZAP policy has been in effect for four years now, but every year since it started, there have been significant changes. It went from all students meeting in the cafeteria during each advisor until they [...]

Opinions:  Students should make time to help others during the holiday season

Opinions: Students should make time to help others during the holiday season

There are many ways that students can help others this holiday season. Whether it is simply giving a child a present or helping to feed a family, every little thing counts. Some people may not be [...]

Editorial: Is Rock Creek preparing students for college?

There already have been many changes around Rock Creek this year, made by the administration and faculty of Rock Creek. Some changes are for the better, while some have not been. The purpose of high school [...]

Editorial:  First bond issue for school improvements necessary now

Editorial: First bond issue for school improvements necessary now

When it comes to matters of finances, very few people are willing to sacrifice. Perhaps that is why the recent bond issue for the Rock Creek school district has become such a lightning rod for attention [...]

Editorial: Expansions needed soon

As the years roll by, a number of changes have come to Rock Creek High School. Staff comes and goes, technology is updated and students shape the future. There is one change, however, that is simply [...]

Editorial:  Time devoted to scholarship work worth it in the end

Editorial: Time devoted to scholarship work worth it in the end

As the second semester rolls around, many seniors are beginning to realize just how close they are to the ultimate freedom, graduation. Just when the excitement starts to set in, they realize that there is one [...]

Editorial: Finals policy revision benefits students, but may needs change

For years, the mentioning one single word has struck fear in the heart of teenagers across the globe. That word is none other than . . . finals! Each year, students are expected to gather the [...]

Editorial: Principal search should involve students, teachers

By now, we all know that Rock Creek is soon going to lose, arguably, its greatest asset. After many decades of not only being a principal, but also being a math teacher, Dennis Post has decided [...]