What is your name? “Chloe Valliere.” What is your first name? “Uhhh…. Chloe…” What is your last name? “I just said it… are you listening to me?” What grade are you in? “Junior year.” What is your zodiac sign? “I’m a Taurus.” You’re a Taurus? “I am!! Loud and proud.” Are you writing this right […]
“I saw some ants the other day.” “When is this paper due?” “What time is it?” “11:52.” “It’s a little chilly out.” “I got an 89 on my quiz, so that’s pretty cool.”
(This month’s Teacher of the Month is going to be joining the SSCPS staff in fourth quarter this year. She is a long term substitute for a teacher going out on maternity leave who has yet to announce her pregnancy.) The April Teacher of the Month goes to Julie Williams. Julie has been teaching for […]
It has come to my attention that Charter has become too liberal. This must change. The idea of communism is simple, having a classless community and the location of means of productions are publicly owned. We already are a part of another building, which means that it is publicly owned. We are able to live […]
Breaking News: It has been decided that there will no longer be workshops at SSCPS. This is due to the expansion of academics that will be carried out next year. The Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education has mandated that there will be.
Due to a new shocking to school policy, it has been decided that all forms of discipline including detentions, warnings, and/or the slight consequences that come with breaking any rule, will now result in immediate suspension starting on April 1. This new rule was urgent to pass due to a group of eager students and […]