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New student mural aims to brighten ACE hallway

New student mural aims to brighten ACE hallway

Nina Rogers, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019

The Alternative Choices in Education (ACE) corridor, once barren and dark, will soon be illuminated with a stunning new student mural. Senior Angel Zayas, a member of ACE, has been in the process of designing a new mural to beautify the ACE space. In his attempts to do so, he has united the ACE communi...

Restorative justice allows for new forms of discipline

Restorative justice allows for new forms of discipline

Sarah Groustra, News Managing Editor

March 27, 2018

In our fast-paced society, complex ideas and concepts regularly devolve into buzzwords. As the high school continues to deal with the repercussions of racially charged student incidents, the phrase “restorative justice” is often mentioned when the topic of punishment comes up. While the phrase is n...

Alternative Choices in Education program fosters community and leadership

Alternative Choices in Education program fosters community and leadership

Harris Bubalo, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018

Homework upon essays upon tests. In a high school environment where working for oneself is all too common, the idea of helping others sometimes fails to connect with students. However, one program recognizes the power that a lending hand possesses in a community.   Through a variety of in-depth community serv...

OFC rebrands itself through new ACE program

OFC rebrands itself through new ACE program

Rosa Stern Pait, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2016

According to ACE English teacher Julia Slesarchik, the high school created ACE to replace the Opportunity for Change (OFC) program, which existed up through the 2014-2015 school year. OFC was an alternative education program designed for students who had been struggling in school. However, ACE is open to any student.

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