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Students take an AP exam in Georgia last year, before the required virtual format. Photo courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Changes to AP Tests

June 4, 2020

Embarrassing Zoom Moments

Alya Satchu, Staff Writer

June 4, 2020

During an everyday Zoom call, you are quickly texting some of your friends before you proceed to share your screen for a presentation. Soon after sharing your screen, you realize that instead of sharing your presentation, your...

Back Back America volunteer from Girl Scout troop 1281 bakes cookies from West Lakeland, New York.

Bake Back America

June 4, 2020

Democracy Persists

Zach Joseph, Online Editor

June 4, 2020

In previous election seasons, the once-white third- and fourth-floor hallways would be peppered with campaign posters, reminders to vote, and catchy slogans for candidates. Students’ shirts and jackets would be adorned with b...

Happy Birthday, CSJ

Emma Manley, Brief Writer

June 4, 2020

“Dear Reader, We are happy to present to you the first edition of the middle school newspaper, ’The Clark Street Journal’. We want to start a new tradition and we feel that this is the first step we have to take in order t...

This banner hangs on Clark Street in front of Circle Drive as part of Parker’s efforts to honor and celebrate the senior class during the pandemic.

Senior Moment

June 4, 2020

On The Front Lines

Jacob Boxerman, Copy Editor

May 13, 2020

In February, nephrologist and Parker parent Dr. Mala Shah didn't expect to be working with coronavirus patients. But just six weeks later, she stood in a hospital looking through the enclosed glass wall of an ICU room where a 65-...

Fortnite Frenzy

Max Keller, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

In mid-2017, video game developer Epic Games revolutionized video gaming with the simultaneous release of “Fortnite” on PC and gaming consoles. Less than six months later, in March 2018, Fortnite released a mobile version of th...

The Younger Side Of Distance Learning

Alya Satchu, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

The world of 2D learning is one all Parker students have needed to adapt to. Within Parker, a lower schooler’s day relies on real human contact through morning meetings, read alouds, recess, and other activities which require ...

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