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Sanitary confinement

By Emily Cross, Round Table reporter

March 13, 2013

When you sneeze in class, the first thing you would want to do is to use some of the schools hand sanitizer, right? However, with the decrease of hand sanitizer dispensers in schools, there might not be any that you could use. Recent studies show that sanitizers don’t kill all germs and may actually do ...

Work-to-rule teaches Frederick County a lesson

April 27, 2012

By Ana Billotti Round Table web producer High school students’ school days are from 7:30 in the morning to 2:15 in the afternoon. They come to school, do the work that is given to them (or, depending on the student, don’t do it) and leave. They go home and do (or don’t do) the homework that was assigned and...

Work-to-rule works against students

April 11, 2012

By Johanna Yee Round Table editor  Teachers are professionals.  Their job requires a high-level of education, subject matter expertise, strategic planning, and a certification; therefore, they deserve the compensation and respect that is commensurate with a professional.  It is wrong that the Board of ...

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