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January 19, 2018 Word Of The Day is Accolade: An expression of praise or admiration. An award or privilege granted; an acknowledge of merit. Sentence: The social activist was given an accolade to recognize her efforts to fight for justice.

Inside the Classroom

What Defines a Good Teacher?

January 10, 2018 2:43pm | Shanta S. Prince

As young people go through the stages of life, one including the milestone of high school, a student may find hardship in learning the proper curriculum assigned to be taught by authority.  As it is known, no mind is exactly alike, therefore people learn differently. […]

Science Fair Projects Ideas

December 26, 2017 8:49pm | Cynthia Ofoegbu

Ms.Ojunta’s class is doing a  science fair project and if you have her class or are doing a science fair project in another clas here are some ideas: How much water is used by different plants? What the effects of sound on plants? How does the […]

Game Day in Child Development

December 21, 2017 7:03pm | Roseanne Akindo

On December 20, 2017 Child Development classes held a game day. Out of the variety of games displayed, the game I played with my preschooler was designed and created by me. I made a matching game consisting of numbers 1-10. The game tested her memory […]

Computer Science Teachings Today

December 18, 2017 2:46am | Faith Nwagugo

Washington Post’s journalist came to Charles Herbert Flowers High School on December 11th, 2017 to discover how Computer Science classes are taught. Mrs.Fitzpatrick, one of many Computer Science teachers made sure her students were doing their task while they worked on robots in which they […]

What Makes A Good Teacher?

December 14, 2017 11:57pm | Tynece Roberts

What makes a good teacher? This simple, yet perplexing question, can be answered with one sentence: A good teacher is someone who actually understands the student. Paying attention and investing their personal time into what the student says, along with creating a environment where teaching […]

Math Problems of the Day – 12/12/17

December 14, 2017 6:48pm | Mincie Richardson

Having problems with operations with polynomials? Here are examples to help you out!

The Wrong Physics Class

December 13, 2017 7:21pm | Jessica Osuchukwu

For the 2017-2018 school year, Science and Technology students have been enrolled in an honors physics class. This physics class is taught by Mr. Edem Andy. During the first quarter, many students were struggling in this class because of the various concepts taught. Students usually […]

New Physics Books

December 13, 2017 7:12pm | Aderonke Adelegan, Praise Oladoyin

Many 11th grade Science and Technology students are required to take Physics as their science course for the school year. They are specifically required to take Physics with Mr. Andy. At the beginning of the school year, students were assigned a physics book called Giancoli Physics […]

10 Things Not to do During a lockdown Drill

December 13, 2017 6:53pm | Mincie Richardson

Note: These 10 tips can save your life and others. Here are 10 things not to do during a lockdown drill: Do not get on your phone. Do not get up if you are hiding. Do not make any sound that would attract anyone to […]

Integrals in Calculus

December 13, 2017 1:44am | Nnadozie Okarazu

Integrals Integrals are antiderivatives: they find the original function that when differentiated will give you that same derivative. In a way it is like saying, “what came first, the chicken or the egg?” (except, the answer to the question in a calculus class is either […]