Joseph Souza | Features Editor It’s first period Etymology for senior, then junior, Connor O’Neill as he receives a yellow slip calling him down to the guidance office, immediately. He’s elated. “I was really excited to get the opportunity to express my views and discuss the issue,” he said. “I kind of figured what I was saying was gonna come back to get me.” O’Neill has … Continue reading Student Speech: Where Does Avon Draw The Line?
Kaitlyn Mason | Web Managing Editor Can you sit during the Pledge of Allegiance? Every morning, Student Government President Sophia Trinkle says the Pledge of Allegiance to start off the school day. While it’s been embedded into our head since the days of kindergarten, students do not have to join and salute the flag. In fact, it’s their constitutional right to stay seated, according to the 1943 decision … Continue reading Protesting: What Students Can and Can’t Do at AHS
Letter From the Editor-in-Chief, Nathan Miller To the reader: Welcome to The Echo’s special edition, freedom of speech coverage. As stated in our policies, The Echo does not condone censorship. Freedom of speech and of the press are two civil liberties our staff value greatly, and in keeping with our goal of informing the student body, the editorial board has created content related to the … Continue reading Letter From the Editor-in-Chief, Special Edition Freedom of Speech Coverage