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Let me SLPee

Let me SLPee

Anya Panday May 16, 2023

This year, Park has begun to implement new school policies in order to start to “normalize” school after COVID-19. These policies include new grading systems, phone policies and weirdest of all, pass...

The A3 girls bathroom is one of the bathrooms available for student use in the building. The 2019-2020 school year updated bathroom practice restricts students from using the bathroom to only during passing time.

New administration procedures prove successful

Kaia Myers, Marta Hill, and Isabel Kjaer December 4, 2019

As Principal Scott Meyers reflected on the new attendance practices the administration put into place for the 2019-2020 school year, he said he’s seen positive results.  “Some of the practices...

Principal Scott Meyers relays policy changes implemented at the start of the 2019-2020 school year to the freshman class. The first week schedule was adjusted to allow each class to have a grade-level meeting where the Administration could explain the new policies.

Staff Editorial: New bathroom policy neglects student needs

September 11, 2019

In order to succeed, students must have their basic in-school needs met, including access to a bathroom. However, due to the numerous closures and the poorly thought out release of the new bathroom-pass...

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