The Rider Chronicle

Applying For Grants, Loans Consumes Valuable Time; Higher Education Proves Worth It In The End

Lane Weldon, Staff Writer

May 1, 2012

Junior Jessica Ayres sits at her desk, fiercely writing. She stops and looks over at the book the essay is on about, “Profiles in Courage,”and then puts her head on the desk. She hopes it is worth it. As the school year comes to an end, it’s still not too late for seniors or younger students to...

Principal Judy McDonald keeps school running smoothly

Lane Weldon

March 2, 2012

She sits in her office ready to help the students, ready to do what is best for them. She is the principal of S.H. Rider High school, and she is ready for the day. Rider principal Judy McDonald does a lot for the students, but some students do not know how she helps students everyday but she does...

Many teachers supplement teacher salary with time, energy consuming second jobs

Lane Weldon

March 2, 2012

He finishes his song and starts on the long road home. Guitar teacher Bruce Canafax has a second job as a performer on the weekends, and he is not alone. Lots of teachers have second jobs, whether during the school year, the weekend, or the summer. "I have a second job because one job does...

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