Classes adopt new advisory period schedule

Trevor Nichols, News Editor

At the start of the new school year, a new advisory period program replaced last year’s advisory period. Rather than attending advisory in a separate classroom between second and third periods, students will stay in an extended second period.

“I think it will be a wonderful opportunity to serve students during the school day, especially those who might find it difficult to come by after school,” AP English Language teacher Ann Marquez said.

The new advisory period will be held both on Mondays and Thursdays. It will last for a half hour, between second and third period.