Can’t Wait for Break

As the days pass on, you can only wonder what people in the school are planning for next week’s spring break. It’s all people can talk about in the hallway and cafeteria. “What’s the move for break?” is the common question you’ll hear. Many seniors are wanting to travel for break. Cynthia Roberts ’19 is trying to take a trip to New York. It seems that traveling is a common thing that people throughout the school are wanting to do. A lot of teachers had the same idea too, the ones with kids said they were going to spend time … Continue reading Can’t Wait for Break

Seniors asked to Step up as Role Models

Principal Jeffrey Palumbo met with all four classes this week, emphasizing the need to modify the culture of SVPHS. At Tuesday’s senior class meeting, Palumbo brought up the five essentials — no food and drink, no cellphones, no swearing, and proper uniform,, the upcoming classes and graduation. His goal was not to ruin the final two months of senior year. That said, he proclaimed hallway behavior needs to change. The senior class needs to set an example for the other three classes. Palumbo also brought up student behavior in front of the visiting shadows. He said that there have been … Continue reading Seniors asked to Step up as Role Models