Tag Archives: Garnet Valley School District

I Believe Everything Happens for a Reason

In her first podcast, Jamie Dwyer looks back on the first time she failed in middle school and how she now believes that everything happens for a reason: https://www.podbean.com/ei/pb-jryam-f302dd

Thanksgiving Food Tier List

By Elizabeth Nguyen Hi, loves! It’s Lizzy, back again in time for Thanksgiving, and today’s discussion will be about my Thanksgiving food preferences. Here’s a tier list of classic Thanksgiving foods and my personal justification for each tier’s contents. Disclaimer: As a Vietnamese teenager, the majority of food at the Thanksgivings I attend isn’t what

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My Pleasure: A Story of Working as an Employee For Chick-Fil-A

By Benjamin Nguyen Chicken sandwiches, creamy milkshakes, red-shirted employees welcoming guests in with a smile and a kind greeting. This is Chick-Fil-A at its core (even though its fries are really good too)! Initially a mall outlet in Georgia and now a country-wide franchise, Chick-Fil-A is an enduring bastion of Southern hospitality in fast food

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Introducing Model UN!

By Katie Hutchinson Model UN, or Model United Nations, is a club that revolves around—you guessed it—United Nations. The purpose of the club is to simulate what a real Model UN conference or discussion would look like. Students take on the role of different countries and compete in committees in the UN such as NATO,

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Working During the Pandemic

By Kevin Genthert The pandemic has brought with it many changes in the daily “normal” everyone knew before March. As the viral infection swept across the country, people were affected in many different ways, including a record high in American unemployment. As people lost their jobs or got laid off, national attention was brought to

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Why Did Some GVHS Students Stick With Virtual Learning?

By Madison Carr Garnet Valley has started a hybrid schedule, where half of the students attend school in-person every other day. However, some students have decided to stay fully virtual. Recently, I talked to three different students to gain some insight regarding why they didn’t go back to school. Why did you choose to stay

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