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January 2019

All posts published in January 2019

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New Superintendent

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Susana Cordova, expected to be the next superintendent of Denver Public Schools, spoke to parents, students, and staff Tuesday night on December 11th at George Washington High School. This is a big decision as DPS consists of 92,000 students. DPS was under a s... More »

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Teacher Strike In LA and DPS

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On January 14th, teachers in Los Angeles, CA began a huge strike. Over 30,000 of them went on a strike for many of the same reasons teachers go on strike for – an increase in pay. They also want smaller classroom sizes and nurses in building every day of the w... More »

The Recent Government Shutdown: A Waste of Time

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The Government shutdown, due to President Trump’s belligerence and stubbornness, has had detrimental effects on government-owned organizations and employees. Trump is refusing to make any compromise or negotiation if it doesn’t include the federal funding of a... More »

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A Treasure in the Indie Games Library

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Welcome to my game review. Today I will be reviewing Hotline Miami. For those who don’t know about the game, Hotline Miami is a top-down shooter developed by Dennaton Games and Abstraction Games. It is best known for its unique aesthetic and brutal difficulty.... More »

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Winter Sports This Season

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Currently, four sports teams are practicing in the winter season: girl’s basketball, boy’s basketball, wrestling, and girl’s swimming. With the arrival of new teammates this year and the loss of previous ones, it’s possible to see improvement or the latter.  A... More »

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Be Inspired Fund

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The Be Inspired Fund is an amazing initiative that is funding the resources GW students need to succeed at school. According to its website, “Parents created the Be Inspired Committee in January 2018, which consists of GW faculty, staff, parents and community ... More »