The Raider Review

Graduation Rates in PGCPS Investigated by DC Firm

Nyla Howell and Kendall Chappell

January 12, 2018

Filed under News, Top Stories

Between September 12th and October 21st, the firm Alvarez and Marsal, based in Washington, DC, investigated several Prince George's County Public Schools after a request from Dr. Kevin Maxwell. This request was in response to...

ERHS Girls’ Basketball Team Wins Home Game Against Parkdale

Kobe Broadwater, Sports Editor

January 9, 2018

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On Tuesday, January 2, Eleanor Roosevelt High School's girls basketball team hosted Parkdale’s Lady Panthers and were victorious with 54-44. The Raiders had a slow start in the first half of the game, but began leading by 2...

Student Say They Object to the Idea of Year Round School

Nyla Howell, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018

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Every weekday morning, most students are awake and preparing for the school day. For 9 months, this is a daily routine. When school comes to a close in June students have a chance to sleep in, stay out late, and have more time to...

PGCPS Will Release Students 2 Hours Early For Ice Storm

Raider Review Staff

January 8, 2018

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This morning, PGCPS announced that "schools and central offices will close two hours early today." There will be no afternoon or evening activities, and the Board of Education meeting scheduled for today is cancelled. Visit...

Congress Allows CHIP Funding Legislation to Expire

Dayana Foster, Managing Editor

January 2, 2018

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Under former President Bill Clinton, a 1997 law passed implementing the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), supplying about 9 million American children with the opportunity of low-cost health insurance. Failure to re...

Relationship Red Flags

Zsyrii Ennis, Co-Editor

January 2, 2018

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With February being a month filled with love and romance, relationships become more conspicuous than ever. It is important that people don't ignore red flags while in a relationship. These red flags may lead to a toxic relationship. 1) Controlling Behavior  Some ...

Trump Cuts Back Land for National Monuments

Nyla Howell, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017

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On December 4th,2017, President Trump cut back land protection for two National Park monuments in Utah. The two National parks that were reduced in Utah were The Bear Ears and The Grand Stairscase Escalate. The Bear Ears National Monument is 1.35 million acres of...

Has President Trump Followed Through?

Kendall Chappell

December 13, 2017

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As President Donald Trump’s first year in office draws to a close, many citizens may wonder if he has stayed true to his word on a variety of issues, as well as exactly what he has done so far. According to Time, he had a 32%...

What High Schoolers Get for Christmas Now Vs. When They Were Young

Londyn Mason, Opinion Editor

December 11, 2017

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Christmas is just around the corner guys! People are beginning to feel holiday joy and getting into the holiday spirit. Decorating the inside and outside of the house and putting up our Christmas tree and adding the ornaments. ...

Feature: First and Second Generation Citizens

December 7, 2017

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According to the Migration Policy Institute, there were over 40 new immigrants to America in 2015. A lot of people travel to other countries to build new lives and start families. They may also have to adjust to new American living...

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