2020 – The Year of the Young Voter

By Zach Kyner With a novel virus ravaging the country, devastating natural disasters hammering the coasts of the United States and civil unrest breaking in the streets of major cities across the country, 2020’s general election is poised to be like none other before.  Republican presidential incumbent Donald Trump is battling democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for a seat as the president

Halloween Date Change: Trick or Treat?

By Alex Galassini Autumn is one of the most beloved seasons. In fact, a survey conducted by Chicago radio station 94.7 WLS indicates that over 40% of people claim fall is their favorite season.  Between Halloween and Thanksgiving, there is no shortage of fall fun. With “Spooky Season” just around the corner, Americans are already filling up their candy bowls and gearing

Are wE-Learning?

With school in session, teachers and students reflect on how COVID-19 has impacted the classroom.

Snider Snapshot | Brian Shaw

Snider students stride through the halls in one direction on a cloudy Monday morning. Due to COVID-19, students have had to walk in a single direction through the hallways to promote health and safety in the school environment.