The Leopard

Musical Memoir

Ms. Folau

October 8, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Teacher's Corner

Music has played many roles in my life. It weaves through childhood memories that are familiar, religious, spiritual, recreational, and academic. I held my Dad’s hand as we walked to church, his hip was just above my eye ...

Troublesome Books

Sarah Herron

October 2, 2015

Filed under Teacher's Corner

Celebrate Your Right to Read! Celebrate Banned Book Week! Have you ever read Harry Potter? The poetry of Shel Silverstein? Catcher in the Rye? The Bible or the Koran? If so, you have read a book that has been challenged or ban...

Gun Control

Kristi Harris

September 17, 2015

Filed under Opinion

America is becoming more violent every day and the public does not seem to view it as a priority. It has been a summer of mass shootings. Yet, the congress won’t pass the gun safety laws that could change this. Do they thin...

Ugh! Why So Much Sitting?

Megan Wolfe

September 11, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Many kids return from school with sore backs, butts and minds. They go to school only to fall asleep on their desks, and learn little as a result. They wake up in the morning to sit for seven hours and return home to spend hou...

TESTS! TESTS! MORE TESTS!

TESTS! TESTS! MORE TESTS!

September 9, 2015

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