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Ask Avery by Avery Meyer

How do you deal with the stress of finals?     Study don't over think it. You know the stuff. Good luck I guess.

The Gradesaver by Megan Copeland

The scariest thing in the world to some students would be an F on a test or a report card. Learning certain topics may be challenging based on what an individual is good at. If someone struggles in at a specific topic, that person’s grades may suffer. However, there are actions a person can take in order to improve their grades. One of these actions include tutoring. Unfortunately, many students in this school don’t know that after school tutoring exists. For a high school student who is high in the top twenty, an “A-” in a class could set them back. If he or she were struggling in that said class, well, they could kiss top twenty goodbye. “I know a lot of people are struggling a lot right now, and if they can get some one on one help, they can get better grades,” freshman Salutatorian Elaine Wilson said. After school tutoring sessions are available Monday through Thursday in room E109. Students will be tutored by National Honor Society members who are experienced in th

Ask Avery: An advice column by Avery Meyer

What is the best way to ask someone to prom?   I prefer to be blunt and not sugar-coat it. Make sure they’re in a good mood before you ask them. If they say no, ask someone else like a friend. You can also ask your mom to find you someone to take. Good luck, I guess.