Category Archives: K2

Students reflect on how effective the Summit Model is in their education

By Ellen Hu, Clara Hung, Jacob Kahn-Samuelson, Hannah Kim and Alex Tananbaum Staff Writers Denali senior Serena Munoz had a difficult choice to make when she graduated from the Denali Middle School in 2016. After experiencing the Summit Model for three years she could either switch to a large public school or continue her high school career at Summit Denali.

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Study trips canceled due to coronavirus outbreak

EDITOR’S NOTE: The article was updated at 7:25 p.m. on March 6, 2020 to include an official announcement made by Summit Public Schools. By Judy Ly Rainier Editor-in-Chief With camping trips canceled, students focused their excitement on the annual college visit trips. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak, all study trips scheduled next week has been canceled. Two out of

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Small tweets come with a big punch

By Hannah Kim K2 Columnist President Trump’s Twitter usage has increased from 58 tweets per week in 2018 to 83 tweets a week since Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced the start of the impeachment proceedings. Though the President’s tweets might seem amusing and harmless due to their informality, they are quite the opposite.  In his study “The age

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Uniform schedule impacts students lives across Bay Area campuses this school year

By Evelyn Archibald and Judy Ly   Editors-in-Chief Denali senior William Torborg said it is hard for most students to stay focused for long durations. He pointed out that as a student with ADHD, it is harder for him to maintain concentration in class.  “It’s not like, the most fun to sit through four and a half hours of class

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