The Observer

Students hit snooze on the new attendance policy

With WCHS's new attendance policy in place, students will need to make sure to arrive on time to class. This especially means, no ignoring your alarm clock and sleeping in during first period.

By Anna Kronthal, Opinions Editor

March 3, 2020

There are countless reasons students may not be within their classroom’s door frame at the second the bell rings commencing the beginning of a period. Whether they have to use the bathroom before class, carpool to school with siblings, can’t find parking or get stuck in the sometimes unpredictable ...

Screen light may hurt students’ sleeping habits

By Skylar Whitman, Staff Writer

September 28, 2011

It’s that time of year when students need to get back into a normal school sleeping schedule, but this is a difficult task for teenagers who use their cellphone or computer right before they go to bed. According to Helen Emsellem, the Director for the Center of Sleep and Wake Disorders, melatonin...

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