Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of the Muppets find adventure in Europe in ‘Muppets Most Wanted,’ but loses some of the humor present in previous Muppet movies.
Month: April 2014
CBS’s The Big Bang Theory has accumulated a large and enthusiastic fan base, which it will likely maintain for years to come. But the show’s depiction of “nerd culture” is flawed.
Algebra 2 and Speech classes are no longer required for graduating students. A minimum of 22 credits are required for the class of 2018 to graduate, down from the previous 26.
There will be an altered SAT test available to students starting in 2016. The College Board is making the test a better fit for the students and pairing with Khan Academy to provide free preparation.
The school hallways don’t have to be the centers of chaos that they are. If students remain self-aware and aware of their surroundings, the halls will be a better place.
This year, the TMEA focused predominantly on improving music teaching through technology. Students and teachers who attended were introduced to music-affiliated organizations.
Fewer than two percent of those who audition for All-State Symphony Orchestra and Band are accepted. Four Pearce students achieved this recognition this year.
Polyphasic sleep is a sleep schedule that allows people to save about six hours every day, contrasting the normal monophasic sleep most people have. This sleep schedule is appealing to students who search for more hours in a day.
AP Art III student Becky Groves had her art on display at the State Capitol and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in March for Youth Art Month. She was one of the 100 students chosen from the entire state.
On March 6, the junior varsity boys golf team competed in the Waterview Classic Tournament. The team placed first with a total score of 346. Ty Martinez led the team by scoring 79.