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Teachers Read RateMyTeachers Reviews

Teachers Read RateMyTeachers Reviews

Nayeon Ryu and Susie Seidel

May 17, 2018


Filed under multimedia, videos

Similarly to Jimmy Kimmel's Celebrities Read Mean Tweets series, here at the Pathfinder, we had teachers read anonymous reviews of themselves left by students on Ratemyteachers.com.

Senioritis: fact or fiction

Senioritis: fact or fiction

Katie Spillman, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under features, showcase

92 percent of students who responded to a survey sent out to all seniors said that they already felt that they were experiencing senioritis.

#ASKPWESTTEACHERS – Back to School Edition

#ASKPWESTTEACHERS – Back to School Edition

Kristin Priest, Staff Writer

August 25, 2017


Filed under multimedia, videos

The Parkway West Pathfinder sits down with teachers, Patrick Mooney, Taylor Rose, and Peggy Dunsworth, to ask questions about the hustle and bustle of the 'back to school' weeks.

Throwback Thursday : Allison Privitt

Throwback Thursday : Allison Privitt

Tyler Hannegan, Staff Writer

May 4, 2017


Filed under features, people of west, throwback thursday

Pathfinder: What was your childhood like? Privitt: Back when I was a kid we had no cell phones, we just had iPods and regular telephones. Back then, when somebody wanted to call somebody else, and another family member was on a computer, the technologies would cancel each other out. It was a double ne...

Scholastic dishonesty damages integrity of high school academics

Scholastic dishonesty damages integrity of high school academics

Maddie Cooke

September 27, 2016


Filed under features

A total of 43 pages make up the student handbook, detailed with rules and regulations. But not a single page includes the expectation surrounding academic integrity that teachers enforce in their classrooms. “Academic integrity is the right thing to do, but sometimes, I feel so much pressure to do...

Throwback Thursday: Tom Herpel, latin teacher

Throwback Thursday: Tom Herpel, latin teacher

Tyler Hannegan, Staff Writer

April 21, 2016


Filed under people of west, throwback thursday

Pathfinder: What high school did you go too? Herpel: I went to Brookfield High in Brookfield, CT. When did you graduate? I graduated in 2004. What was your least and favorite subjects? My least favorite subject was English. My favorite was Science. What was different now then when you went high school? Cell phones were not a big deal; I would pu...

Throwback Thursday: Darla Maynard, AU room specialist

Throwback Thursday: Darla Maynard, AU room specialist

Tyler Hannegan, Staff Writer

February 11, 2016


Filed under people of west, throwback thursday

Pathfinder: What high school did you go too? Maynard: I went to Bolivar Central High School in Bolivar, TN. What year did you graduate? I graduated in 1982. What was your least and favorite subjects? My least favorite subject was history. My favorite subject was English. Did you lik...

Throwback Thursday: Kristen Witt, English ASC

Throwback Thursday: Kristen Witt, English ASC

Tyler Hannegan, Staff writer

January 28, 2016


Filed under people of west, throwback thursday

Pathfinder: What high school did you go to? Witt: I went to Parkway North High school. What year did you graduate? I graduated in 1990. What was your least and favorite subjects? My least favorite subject is English. My favorite subjects were woodworking class and PE. What was weirde...

To suspend, or not to suspend?

To suspend, or not to suspend?

Hannah Hoffmann, News and Features Editors

November 19, 2015


Filed under news, showcase

That is the question

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