The Student News Site of Kingsway Regional High School

The Flame

The Student News Site of Kingsway Regional High School

The Flame

The Student News Site of Kingsway Regional High School

The Flame

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English teacher Sarah Reynolds could not be prouder to share her mothers special moment when math teacher Laura Reynolds was named Teacher of the Year.
L-R  English teacher Sarah Reynolds, Marc Reynolds, Teacher of the Year, Laura Reynolds, Superintendent James Lavender
In Honor of A Mother and Teacher of the Year from a Daughter and KRHS Teacher
Sarah Reynolds, Guest Writer/KRHS English Teacher • May 2, 2022

Before I attended Kingsway, I hated the idea of being a teacher. I saw my mom working all the time and it seemed like the worst possible job. Who wants to look at math quizzes after dinner while eating their dessert? She...

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Who is the Coolest Disney Icon: Mickey Mouse  or Donald Duck?
Who is the "Coolest" Disney Icon: Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck?
Mrs. Schonewise's Journalism Class, Editorial Writers • April 6, 2022

Mrs. Schonewise's journalism classes competed in groups to see who could write the best editorial. Please read the editorials and then vote at this link. https://forms.gle/MpYs6mcdGbhMjNZM8 Donald Duck...

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March 30, 2022
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March Horoscopes
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Standardized testing is not helping mental health

Charlie West, Journalism Student | May 26, 2022

America’s obsession with standardized tests has done nothing but harm students’ academics and mental health.  According to the Washington Post, eighth-graders spend an average of 25.3 hours testing and tenth graders receive an average of 10.5 standardized tests a year. Some believe that this helps educators determine the effectiveness of the school. If the school isn’t teaching, the tests...

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More Work, Less Pay

Devyn Kershner, Journalism Student | May 26, 2022

Women’s sports have a long history of not making as much as men’s, with male athletes in basketball, golf, soccer, baseball, and tennis making from 15% to 100% more than female athletes. This gap can take females more than 10 years to make up the amount of money. The level of pay in each sport varies, but one thing stays the same; females consistently make less than men.  People may wonder...

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