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Administrator-teachers claim interconnectedness of jobs

Administrator-teachers claim interconnectedness of jobs

Haley Bayne, News Writing Editor

“Who would I be as an administrator if I wasn’t teaching, wasn’t in the classroom, not empathizing and sympathizing with teachers and students? I would be less good at my job,...  Read More »

June 23, 2016 • 0 comments

Definitions for different possible sexual orientations that some students at the high school identify as. Some LGBTQ students feel as if they are underrepresented in the sexual education curriculum.

EXCLUSIVE: Q&As with those involved in sexual education reforms at the high school

June 23, 2016

The Sagamore has conducted several interviews with those involved in sexual education reforms at the high school. Their responses are as follows:

The domains for both Deputy Superintendent positions differ. For example, Gittens will be working on developmental plans in the district, while Zimmerman will focus on the Special Education Department.

New Deputy Superintendent positions announced

June 23, 2016

Nicole Gittens and Samuel Zimmerman were announced on June 21 as Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and Deputy Superintendent of Student Services, respectively, by Interim Superintendent...  Read More »

Officers Prentice Pilot (left) and Estifanos Zerai-Misgun (right) speak during public comment at the Town Hall meeting on Jan. 5.

UPDATE: New discrimation lawsuit filed by former Brookline Police Officers

June 23, 2016

On June 20, Officers Prentice Pilot and Estifanos Zerai-Misgun filed a new lawsuit against the Town of Brookline in Massachusetts Supreme Court, according to a statement from their...  Read More »

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A student’s struggle with homelessness brings newfound appreciation of life

Haley Bayne / Sagamore staff

Haley Bayne (right) pictured with her mother, Jodi Bayne (left) in Chestnut Hill. Because of her living situation, Haley now appreciates the little things in life.

A student’s struggle with homelessness brings newfound appreciation of life

Haley Bayne, News writing editor

Junior year: balancing school, homework, jobs and a slew of extracurricular activities. Juniors know. The struggle is real. But, this is not your typical junior-year-is-rou...  Read More »

June 23, 2016 • 0 comments

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Burden of anti-racism lies with students

May 3, 2016

A mural depicted several students as caricatures in the Schluntz Gymnasium, of...  Read More »

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Youth sports programs give advantage to high school athletes

Youth sports programs give advantage to high school athletes

Rachel Myers, Staff Writer

For freshman Jamie Martinez, the last few weeks of summer before coming to the high school were spent doing intense strength and conditioning in preparation for the high sch...  Read More »

May 24, 2016 • 0 comments

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Ultimate Disc experiences influx in popularity

May 24, 2016

When ultimate disc became an organized sport at the high school just l...  Read More »

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Money in sports creates unfair advantages

May 24, 2016

Being involved in athletics necessitates money, but how are sports and m...  Read More »

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