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Athletes sacrifice summer for additional training

By John Conway

The countdown has begun. With less than two days left in the school year, students cannot wait for a break. Once the summer vacation begins, they can catch up on sleep, spend time with friends and family, and even travel.

However, student athletes look forward to a very different kind of summer.

For athletes remaining in Naperville, summer is a time to maximize their potential. Without the added scholastic stress, coaches have free reign to push their athletes without fear of academic repercussions.

Junior Mitch Szymel, offensive lineman for the football team, benefits from the NNHS-sponsored sports camps. … Continue Reading

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Dress code must teach respect

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Every year, it gets worse.

The shorts get shorter, necklines plunge lower, and everything fits tighter.

Every year, students test the faculty at Naperville North. They welcome the warmer months with risqué trends, daring staff members to report them; however, staff efforts are almost futile.

The dress code is a failing system.

Students recognize that they can take advantage of this policy. The rule-breakers grossly outnumber those who can reprimand them, making dress code infractions exceptionally difficult to enforce. The precedent has been set, and short-shorts have emerged victorious. … Continue Reading

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