By Tennyson Anderson-Stricklin Recent events such as BLM and the constant push for freedom of expression have begun to gain traction in youth culture at Heritage. One recently controversial tradition is the Pledge of Allegiance. Many Heritage students are choosing not to stand for the Pledge, which presents a few conflicting perspectives. Grace Blackstock, a… Read More The Pledge of Allegiance at Heritage and Its Persisting Importance
By Tennyson Anderson-Stricklin Recent increases in the cost of school lunches at Heritage have caused financial strain for students, yet these price escalations may be justified by national economic struggle caused by the recent pandemic. Many students argue that these price hikes are not justified because the extent of these rising costs are unreasonable in… Read More Change in School Lunch Costs: Why, and Is This Reasonable?
By Tennyson Anderson-Stricklin Sarah Selden is one of the new English teachers for the ’22-’23 school year. Selden got her bachelor’s degree in teaching at Palm Beach Atlantic University in Florida in 2020. She then taught English in Florida for a year and then for six months in Spain with a Fulbright grant, teaching various… Read More Teacher Feature: Sarah Selden