A Project for Better Journalism chapter


School is Back with Rules out of Wack

November 16, 2020 3:22am | Anthony Brazier

SCHOOL IS BACK WITH RULES OUT OF WACK Students will have to deal with COVID-19 procedures in order to continue learning safely in their classrooms. For example, students must wear a mask that complies with FDA standards. In addition, students and teachers have to clean […]

WebEX Crashes Lead to Frustration Rashes

November 16, 2020 3:09am | Victoria Ashcraft

IS IT WEBEX OR CRASH TEST? You pry yourself out of bed two minutes before your first class and try to login. You can’t get a connection. The blood rushes to your face as you fear getting marked tardy. No luck and the technology problems […]

Students Will Return to Learn

September 22, 2020 3:20pm | Bernadette Vanderhoof

CAMPUS SET TO REOPEN  It has been a wild ride for the last seven months in the world. Students at Greenway have experienced their first global pandemic and had to take precautions and begin online learning for the last quarter of their 2019-2020 school year. […]

No Students in the Seats to Turn Up the Heat

September 22, 2020 3:17pm | Shayla Doyle

NO STUDENTS IN THE SEATS TO TURN UP THE HEAT One of Greenway’s greatest traditions is sports. From spirit week assemblies to late-night football games, Demons love participating in sporting events. Unfortunately as school reopens, one of the restrictions to keep students safe affects sports. […]

Teaching Online can be a Hard Time

September 20, 2020 4:30am | Jackson Thorp

TEACHING ONLINE CAN BE A HARD TIME As students, we all know what online learning is like: we wake up, grab our computer, and attend online meetings for 4 hours. One thing that we don’t think about though is what it is like for teachers […]

Fanfare for Heroes of HealthCare

September 20, 2020 4:12am | Norman Heifner

QUARANTINE IN THE MEDICAL FIELD On July 1st, Arizona hit it‘s highest point for new COVID-19 cases in one day at 4,877. For many people, being stuck at home has been one of the worst experiences of their lives. For others, it‘s a dream come […]

Georgia and Norway- Two Covid Stories at Bay

September 20, 2020 4:11am | Jillian Wright

GEORGIA AND NORWAY- TWO COVID STORIES I do not know about you, but I am not entirely pleased with how our state has handled some aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic compared to other countries. In many parts of the state, you can find people often […]

Experiencing Covid Firsthand is Far from Grand

August 27, 2020 7:46pm | Renee Covarrubias-Sanchez

HOW IT FEELS TO HAVE COVID IN YOU  Corona Virus has affected everyone around the world, either in a big or a small way. It could be having to quarantine in your house or losing a loved one. People who contracted the virus could have […]

Corona causing online school

May 7, 2020 6:41pm | Brianna Armer

Since Corona virus started or some may call it covid 19 things have gotten pretty wierd. At first many Greenway students thought that their springbreak was just going to be a week long but then it got extended to 2 weeks long, no biggy right? […]

What are you looking for next year

May 7, 2020 6:40pm | Paris Adams-Kneifel

Picture lead- Imagine a new start and a new school year. The new clothes you just bought and the new supplies for school that are all so neat and clean. Meeting new friends and getting to see your old friends from last school year. Getting […]