By: Ariana Oaks
For this issue of The Squire, the teacher spotlight has shined on Mrs. Rouse. Mrs. Rouse is a newer addition to Eisenhower, but many students have the pleasure of having her during their middle school years. Additionally, the past two junior classes have had the opportunity to have her as their class advisor. As a junior advisor, she has the responsibility of helping plan prom. For more information on prom, The Squire has published every article you need in preparation, so be sure to check them out.
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By: Haley Eckman
Right now, in Warren County School District there is controversy regarding the appropriateness of the current dress code. Some students are arguing that the dress code is too strict and does not reflect on today’s current trends and styles, while administration at the district’s Central Office feels the dress code is necessary and requests strict following of their clothing standards. Students are asking for the dress code to be altered in order to make it more up to date. The Squire anonymously interviewed two students who are against the dress code to hear what they have to say.
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By: Avalynne Russell
As many people in the community have heard, there has been major consideration and decisions being made about reconfiguring the Warren County School District (WCSD). Over the last couple of years, it has been brought to the attention of many school officials that there is a major decrease in student enrollment and funds within WCSD. To combat these two problems, the school board has been coming up with ideas regarding how to fix it, resulting in several possibilities.
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