The U.S. should join its allies in abolishing the death penalty. Capital punishment is wrong because revenge is not the business of justice, and there is reason to fear that innocent people may be executed.
Month: February 2014
Ennio Emmanuel, hit song writer, performed for Spanish students on Feb. 19. His songs spread the message of hope, trust and love.
Algebra II and Communication Applications are removed from the required class roster and replaced with a required semester of technology. Counselors believe the new program will be beneficial for students.
Pearce has offered STEM-based elective classes for several years now, and a humanities class is being introduced to serve as a supplemental liberal arts elective.
Several Pearce students participated in the Texas Music Educators Association Region III Choir, with Connor Robertson advancing to the All-State level and Caroline Jaimes receiving second alternate.
The Student Assistance Team helps students, whose names are anonymously submitted, work through issues that may complicate their scholastic performances. Ms. Miranda Gilliam is one of nine staff members who run the program.
With two locations in Dallas, Austin-based taco chain Torchy’s Tacos offers a variety of quality soft tacos and merchandise.
RISD published the official “Budget Book,” for the 2013-2014 school year. The budget covers salaries, support, supplies, and other necessities needed to run a school district.
In retrospect, Richardson ISD’s decision to close schools on Friday, Feb. 7 was misguided, and ultimately caused more inconvenience than keeping schools open would have.
The National History Day school wide competition took place on Saturday, Jan. 25 in the school library. A false alarm warning of intruders caught students and faculty members off guard.