Technology makes snow days a privilege of the past

Snow days are a staple of everyone’s childhood. Nothing is better than your parents coming into your room and telling you to go back to sleep, that school called, and you have a snow day. With the ability to teach students online because of Covid, McNick has changed their policy to allow only one day … More Technology makes snow days a privilege of the past

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Video games lead to friendships transcending time, space

Video games are a way for many to de-stress after a long day of work or school. Most games are multiplayer, allowing gamers to play with their friends, or even make new ones. Some of the most popular games on Steam, an online gaming platform, are multiplayer games with either voice or text chat capabilities … More Video games lead to friendships transcending time, space

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Seniors commit to college athletic programs

During the fall national signing day, McNick recognized three students who are committing to play a sport in college. On November 11, Haven Dwyer, CJ Mullis, and Lauden Brooks committed to playing collegiate softball, track, and baseball, respectively. Haven Dwyer has committed to playing softball at Purdue University Fort Wayne as a pitcher. Dwyer began … More Seniors commit to college athletic programs

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Teachers should maintain political objectivity in the classroom

Classroom discussions are important for students to better grasp complex ideas. Students use the time and space to ask questions and speak to their peers about hot topic issues, and to form opinions about those issues. When it comes to political opinions, teachers should remain neutral in those conversations, only sharing what they know to … More Teachers should maintain political objectivity in the classroom

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