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BHS REACTS: ’24-’25 SCHEDULING

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Hey BHS students! It’s that time of the year again. Although 2024-2025 may seem far away, it is already time to begin creating schedules for the upcoming school year. 

 

Students and teachers dislike the early scheduling for many reasons. With the stress of upcoming midterms, students find it hard to be fully focused on their current classes because they’re being forced to think about next year. Junior Sophia Lora said, “I think it should be a little later because then you can really tell how you are doing in a class.”

 

Teachers feel the same way as students; including English teacher Mr. Malossi teaches a wide range of classes like AP Seminar, AP Lang, Journalism, Word Play, and more. Knowing all of his classes, he stresses greatly every year to fill up his classes with students.

 

Mr. Malossi said, “It would be nice to see students because I have not seen them grow enough as writers to recommend them for classes.” He went on to say that “Teachers have to sell our electives in order to get students in the classes. It is a lot of work for early in the year.”

 

With interviews from students and teachers it is clear that BHS agrees that the scheduling process should be delayed to the end of the year, or at least after midterm week.

 

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Nora Kerrigan, News Editor
Nora Kerrigan is a junior at Bethpage High School. This is her second year working on The Eagle’s Cry. She is part of the Bethpage gymnastics, spring track, and cross country teams, she is also captain of the marine fitness team. In her spare time she enjoys reading and hanging out with friends.  
Zach Fradella, Sports Editor
Zach Fradella is currently a junior at Bethpage High School. He is in his second year at The Eagle’s Cry. He plays baseball, golf, and soccer. His favorite school subject is American history and he hopes to pursue a career as an airline pilot. He can be found out with friends, riding his bike, or watching Yankee highlights.

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