A Day, B Day, All Day

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Article by Micah Schmitz - SJHS Student Staff Writer

For those SJHS students going to the high school next year, you may be getting some practice in their class schedule. Starting in may SJHS will be going into an A day B day schedule for the end of year sage testing. This will make classes go to lengths about an hour and a half. They do this so students will have more time to do sage testing without being interrupted. Charles Brenchley a SJHS student said “I don't think we need it.” While Oliver Smith, another SJHS student said “I personally like that we are going to have a schedule that will let sage testing be easier. It extends all of your classes, including electives, so that's cool too.” But no matter what your opinion, with only 26 days of school left, a bit of a different schedule should be the least of your worries.