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The Education System in Finland

The Education System in Finland

Ocie M., Reporter

March 18, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

From Youtube videos to online news websites, many people have started critiquing the  quality of the U.S. education system. They argue that every student is taught the same way, standardized tests are ineffective, and that the U.S. education system teaches useless subjects to students.  For a better way...

Student Spotlight: Ellie P.

Student Spotlight: Ellie P.

Charis P., Editor

April 11, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

Elizabeth P. is an 8th-grade GATE student who attends Kraemer Middle School. On campus, she is best known by her nickname, “Ellie.” Around school, Ellie is well-liked by her teachers, friends, and fellow peers because of her kind and funny personality. She knows how to bring a smile to anyone’s ...

Should Gum be Allowed on School Grounds?

Should Gum be Allowed on School Grounds?

Katrina W, Reporter

January 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Chew, blow, and POP! These are three things many students dream of when they are sitting in a boring classroom, their fingers tapping on a desk, listening to their teacher go on and on about inequalities and other math equations. Others say that chewing gum is a distraction, as it can make loud popping noi...

Student Spotlight- Justin C.

Student Spotlight- Justin C.

Jayden M., Editor

November 8, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Justin C. is an eighth grader currently attending Kraemer Middle School. He is thirteen and will be turning fourteen as of May. Justin was born in Northern California in 2004 and moved to Southern California when he was four years old. His electives are Japanese and orchestra, which he both likes very much. ...

Student Spotlight: Chloe C.

Student Spotlight: Chloe C.

Allison M., Reporter

March 14, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Chloe C. is currently a seventh grader attending Kraemer Middle School. She is a hard-working student and supportive friend, which are some of the reasons why she is a great person to be around. Chloe attended Olinda Elementary in Brea before coming to Kraemer. At school, she is a bright GATE student wh...

How Homework Benefits Students

How Homework Benefits Students

Joseph P., Editor

January 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Almost all students are assigned homework on a daily basis. However, not all of them enjoy or think much of their homework. On the topic of homework, many questions arise, such as why do some students have so much homework and whether students need to spend all their time studying. These many questions ...

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