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Cell phones serve a purpose in study halls

Trisha Stichler

May 19, 2017

Filed under Featured, News, Opinion, People, Student Life

Digital technology is taking over the world around us. It’s been on the rise since it began in the late 1900’s, being constantly reinvented and reimagined each and every day. This kind of advancement should be used to benefit our ...

Is a high score the only high school goal?

May 19, 2017

Filed under Featured, Opinion

In the current educational system, it seems like everyone is learning material just to score high on a test. Especially in the spring, the schedule is filled with numerous state tests for all grades. Kids are on edge about their p...

School start time: Why teens need more sleep

May 3, 2017

Filed under Featured, Opinion, Student Life

How many hours of sleep do you get a night?  You are probably part of the 85% of teens that get fewer than eight and a half hours on an average school night. Most high schoolers don't even have a regular sleep schedule. ...

An assessment of the block schedule

Skye Sloane, The Daily Bobcat Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

Filed under Featured, Opinion, Showcase

It’s been almost two years since Bowling Green City Schools instituted the block scheduling in its upper grade levels, and so now is the time to break down exactly what is and isn’t working with the relatively new schedule. One i...

Saving money at what cost?

Trisha Stichler

February 22, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion, People, Student Life

Typical school systems today have not evolved enough to completely remove paper from courses they’re currently offering. Paper allows students to be educated in ways that staring at a screen does not. It gives them the chance ...

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