A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Stay in Line or Do the Time

April 26, 2019 2:39pm | Bernadette Vanderhoof

STAY IN LINE OR DO THE TIME Most students on Greenway’s campus don’t know how the discipline system really works and what the consequences of students actions are. It’s hard to give an exact set of rules because there are many factors as to the […]

Former Greenway Grad Accused of Being a “Domestic Terrorist”

March 15, 2019 2:35pm | Shayla Doyle

HASSON SUSPECTED OF DOMESTIC TERRORISM Former Greenway graduate, 49 year old Coast Guard lieutenant Christopher Paul Hasson, made headlines last month after he was arrested in Maryland for terrorist crimes including illegal possession of guns and drugs according to WBALT TV. Investigators found a possible […]

Schooling Systems Around the World

March 15, 2019 2:35pm | Bernadette Vanderhoof

SCHOOLING SYSTEMS AROUND THE WORLD Greenways schooling system seems normal to the average American teenager, but to other students across the world, ours is anything but normal. Greenway’s schooling system works like most of the United States public schools. The average student starts around the […]

Views on Demon Curfews

March 15, 2019 2:33pm | Mariana Sotelo

VIEWS ON DEMON CURFEWS Curfews have been given to children for many years. They are used by parents to make sure that they are safe at night. Curfews are enforced to stop dangerous activities that happened late at night. Many students here at Greenway have […]

Best of the Rest

February 14, 2019 2:26pm | Shayla Doyle

BEST OF THE REST On the evening of February 6th, Greenway’s stars walked the red carpet in our school’s version of the Academy Awards. Principal Barnes was the master of ceremonies which was held in the packed District Office Board Room.¬† There were so many […]

Views on the Biggest 2018 News

February 14, 2019 2:25pm | Autumn Martin

VIEWS ON THE BIGGEST 2018 NEWS 2018 was filled with a whole lot of news stories, both good and bad. Students were asked what the most important news story of 2018 was to them and why.¬† Their responses were interesting and in some cases surprising. […]

The Bout With Drop Outs

February 14, 2019 2:25pm | Jenna Applewhite

THE BOUT WITH DROP OUTS Students drop out every day. Did you know that according to the Phoenix Business¬†Journal over 1.2 million students a year drop out? That’s about 7,000 a day, and 1 every 26 seconds. In the Untied States alone, approximately 25% of […]

The Debate About Making Greenway Safe

February 14, 2019 2:21pm | Samantha Brown

THE DEBATE ABOUT MAKING GREENWAY SAFE According to nypost.com, five percent of schools have metal detectors and better security than most. Right now, there are 81 metal detectors in over 1,000 public schools. Many people think that there should be armed guards on campuses but […]

The “Buzz” With Vaping

February 14, 2019 2:21pm | Kaitlyn Stewart

THE “BUZZ” WITH VAPING Vaping is spreading more and more throughout people’s every day lives. In July 2017 the Juul was created for adults to have a different way to smoke. Since then vaping has become more and more popular with teens. Assistant Principal of […]

Demons Caught Cheating

January 10, 2019 9:58pm | Mariana Sotelo

DEMONS CAUGHT CHEATING Students have been cheating on homework, classwork, and tests for many years. There are many ways students cheat, whether it be copying from a friend next to them, looking around the room, and even sneaking their phones during a test. Many students […]