Written By Natalie Harris Everyone’s facing challenges and obstacles through the Coronavirus pandemic. It has created new restrictive guidelines for everyone such as wearing a mask, staying six feet apart from others, quarantining, travel advisories, and keeping your hands clean. … Continue reading Which is Better, NTI or in Person Learning?
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Since May 11, when Kentucky began its phased reopening after two months of a near-total shutdown, face coverings have become highly recommended for all patrons at grocery stores, restaurants and other places that frequently see large … Continue reading Do You Wear A Mask?
Written By Adrianna LoChirco The virtual classroom is here, but are online courses right for you? Thanks to modern technology, students can now attend class from the comfort of their homes. While online courses were once deemed inferior to lecture … Continue reading An Opinion on Online Learning
Written by Debra Murray PRP has had several issues regarding students carrying guns this year, which is seemingly more of an issue this year than during previous years. According to a PBS article, students in the United States were caught … Continue reading Armed Students Have Raised Safety Concerns at PRP
Written by Charley Harp In high school, many students will get their first job. While it can be super exciting for them to have their own money and a reliable source of income, it is very important for them to … Continue reading Know Your Workers’ Rights
Written by Payne Findley First Race Car: Any first car is going to suck, but almost any car could be fast. The best car for a first “race car” is a 2005 Toyota Camry SE Sport. The Camry is a … Continue reading What Car You Need to Race Well
Written by Adrianna LoChirco Selfishness can be defined as self-centered, egocentric, or simply doing things to only benefit oneself. It may also be defined as only caring about your own needs, wants, and desires. It is easy for people to … Continue reading The Truth About Focusing on Yourself
Written by Debra Murray Women’s reproductive rights are currently the biggest issue in this legislative session as many new laws have been voted on. Getting an abortion may become a crime in several states. Many states are pushing to restrict … Continue reading What Local High School Students Have to Say About Extreme Abortion Changes
Written by Charley Harp George R.R Martin’s series A Song of Ice and Fire is one of the most popular pieces of fantasy literature in recent memory, and the HBO adaptation Game of Thrones has only worked to rocket the … Continue reading The Long Night Review
Written by Debra Murray Dress code policies are common in most schools in America as it provides rules for students to know what clothing to deem “inappropriate” when in a professional environment. Students all over PRP have various opinions on … Continue reading PRP Students’ Opinions About Dress Code Policies