In today’s society, many kids and teenagers are becoming more addicted to their phones as parents and others are giving them easier access to phones at a young age. When students are on their phones more, it causes them to lose focus and not have good attention spans. Phone usage is causing students to become more focused on their phones and their surrounding peers, rather than focusing on school and their future in education.
All it takes is a glance around the halls of Oswego High School to feel the pressure of attending a four-year college or university after graduating; classroom doors and bulletin boards are plastered with logos and posters. However, there are other options that better match the needs of many OHS students, both financially and demographically. As the editorial staff of 42Fifty, we feel that OHS pushes four-year colleges too much, while not promoting community college or other post-graduation options enough.
Of all the classes available at Oswego High School, there are three that stand out among the others. Besides taking your generic and required core classes, there are also multiple electives that you should look into. But there are so many options! How do you pick? This article will lay out three great options.
Traffic in the front parking lot of Oswego High School is terrible at 7 a.m. Students who drive themselves to school are not the issue here; parents who drop their kids off are. The effectiveness of the student drop off system is so inefficient, it causes more harm than anything else.
The next election will take place in November 2020, which means that a whole new generation of people will be eligible to vote—he seniors and a small selection of juniors from Oswego High School will be 18 years old by then.