Question of the Day: What would you change at Dreyfoos?

A week-long series featuring faculty and student opinion

"I think we've gotten too caught up in the district matters and we've lost sight of the arts which is what Dreyfoos is about," visual junior Dalton Taylor said. "We should return to that ideology and change our mindset."
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“I think we’ve gotten too caught up in the district matters and we’ve lost sight of the arts which is what Dreyfoos is about,” visual junior Dalton Taylor said. “We should return to that ideology and change our mindset.”
"One particular thing that my chemistry class is doing is working on scrum teams. You basically work in teams and the teacher supervises but doesn't teach. The team teaches itself," vocal sophomore Ashlyn Taylor said. "I don't think we're learning as well as we could. I would change this, so the teacher would explain to us the subject of discussion."
Photo by Isaac Ochoa
“One particular thing that my chemistry class is doing is working on scrum teams. You basically work in teams and the teacher supervises but doesn’t teach. The team teaches itself,” vocal sophomore Ashlyn Taylor said. “I don’t think we’re learning as well as we could. I would change this, so the teacher would explain to us the subject of discussion.”
"I would change all days because I have to carry too many textbooks. Plus, it's a lot of homework due on the same day," dance freshman Sophia Echeverry said. "We have to go to too many classes. It's simply inconvenient."
Photo by Isaac Ochoa
“I would change all days because I have to carry too many textbooks. Plus, it’s a lot of homework due on the same day,” dance freshman Sophia Echeverry said. “We have to go to too many classes. It’s simply inconvenient.”