J-D walks out to show support for gun regulation
Long hours of hard work and dedication is what it takes to create an award winning art piece. Students across the country submitted nearly 300,000 works of art to the Scholastic art show. However, only 3,259 works of art received national awards, which is less than 1 percent. Five of the national award winners are students at Jamesville-DeWitt High School: seniors Lindsey Weir, Gabriella Gibson, Sarina Alexander, and sophomores Azriel Czerniak Linder and Sophie Clinton.
The William Shakespeare of our time could be here at Jamesville-DeWitt High School and the Syracuse Stage Young Playwrights Festival pulls these prospective writers into the spotlight. For the 20 years this annual festival has been around, high school students with no prior experience writing plays are given the opportunity to discover their playwriting talents.
On Saturday, March 24, student-led protests supporting stricter gun laws took place in cities all over the United States. These protests were part of the “March for Our Lives” movement, which was started by students as a result of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that killed 17 students and teachers on Feb. 14.
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