Great expectations: Teens talk about coping with the stress of overscheduling
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 5 Jun 2008, A7, A11
- J. T. Morand
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- A day in the life of four students, written by a student in each grade, are highlights of New Trier High School's Report to the Community for 2006-2007. Mentioned were comments by student, Deno Saclarides, a senior last year.
Stress comes from several sources, but especially from schools and parents. Comments included by Iza Marciszewski, 17, of Glenvew, a student at Glenbrook South High School. Joe Wortell of Glencoe, 17, and Jacob Pridgeon of Winnetka, 17, self-described "average students", are not considered "stereotypical" by the author, yet they also complain of the crush of homework. Comments by Jordan Amos, 13, of Deerpath Middle School in Lake Forest; Christy Kalebich, 13, of Lake Forest; Kristine Partain, mother of two former Libertyville High School students; Christy Thiel, 19, a Lake Forest High School 2007 graduate
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- 5 Jun 2008
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- New Trier Township High School
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Illinois, United States
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