Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Becky Han, Editor-in-Chief

June 10, 2019

Dear Schreiber Times, To be honest, I’ve been putting off writing this because every time I would start, I just couldn’t bring myself to continue. Continuing meant to leave this final goodbye, and leaving a final goodby...

Editorial: Plumbing issues in the cafeteria and bathrooms

April 17, 2019

When it comes to people discussing aspects of Schreiber they enjoy or appreciate, the bathrooms of the school never seem to make the cut. As hard as the custodial staff try to maintain them, they are always dirty and can be, i...

Editorial: Heavy workload at the end off the quarter

April 17, 2019

As the end of a marking period approaches, students are often overwhelmed with last-minute tests, quizzes, and homework to finalize grades. This last day or week can be extremely stressful, resulting in a lack of sleep and poor li...

Editorial: The problem with giving out the same form of test

April 17, 2019

Most courses at Schreiber have more than one period when the course is offered, and often times more than one teacher teaches the class.  Having multiple sections of each class in a day can becomes a huge issue when teachers giv...

Schreiber should play a larger role in assisting students to find jobs

Zoe Hussain, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

As Schreiber students seek to get more involved in the “real world,” the supply of potential workers is increasing.  Getting a job can be very beneficial, as summer days often call for ice cream money, and there are numer...

Students should place less weight on the reputation on universities

Samantha Viel, Opinions Editor

April 17, 2019

From now until the fall, seniors will continuously be asked the dreaded question: “Where are you going to college?”  For some, the answer to this question may be an Ivy League, a state university, a selective institution, or a ...

Editorial: Phone calls and guidance visits disrupt the learning experience

March 22, 2019

Calls from assistant principal secretaries, guidance counselors, and nurses are beginning to become less informative and more distracting.  Although a phone call may only take a few seconds, this interruption could be detrimen...

Editorial: Senior robes: another unnecessary expense

March 22, 2019

It is almost that time of the year when Schreiber students begin to prepare themselves for the end of the year.  Whether this be by reviewing for finals, planning for summer vacations, or getting ready to transition into colle...

Editorial: Early dismissal from the gym

March 22, 2019

The vast majority of gym class teachers end their classes around ten to 15 minutes before the end of the period to allow their students to change out of their gym clothes.  With students usually not taking that long to change their clothes...