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Isaiah Steinberg, '23

Isaiah Steinberg is a senior at J-DHS. He is the Standards Editor and News Editor for the RamPage. In his free time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, playing with his half-brother, or sleeping.

Former Principal Gasparini Reflects on his First Year at CBA

By Isaiah Steinberg ('23) and Sophia Caputo ('24) To many in the community, former J-DHS Principal Paul Gasparini’s retirement marked the end of an era. Famous for his hallway fist bumps and his implementation of...

Local Public Health Study Examines How Healthy Foods are Marketed in Different Areas

Disclosure: Isaiah Steinberg is a part of the research team for this study. This is a report on the findings of the study from the research team. Researchers from Upstate Medical University, United Health Services,...

High School Journalists Assemble in Albany to Lobby Legislators

One foot of snow could not stop 55 high school student journalists from traveling to New York State Capital Albany on Tuesday, Feb. 28 to advocate for their rights. The students, along with their...

“I Just Want to Be Me” — Cast of “The Prom” Brings J-DHS Stage...

With its recent production of “The Prom,” J-D students portrayed the dichotomous themes of bigotry and acceptance. “The Prom” follows a high school girl, Emma Nolan, who faces challenges when she wants to take...

Indoor Track and Field Teams Anticipate Great Performance at League Championships

Following the Sectional Championship victories of J-D’s boys’ and girls’ indoor track and field teams last year, the teams are hoping for a repeat title. On Thursday, Feb. 2 at 4:30 p.m., hundreds of...

District Responds to Persistent J-DHS Wi-Fi Issues

For the past few weeks, one broken cable has crippled J-D High School. Persistent Wi-Fi outages have hindered students’ ability to learn over and over again. Students have expressed confusion regarding the local nature...

The Electoral College is Intentionally Anti-Democratic and Must Be Reformed

The United States’ Electoral College was instituted in 1787 for two reasons: to create a balance between large and small states, and to decrease the electoral power of the U.S. citizenry. Today, the advantage...

The BIMAS Survey Does Not Effectively Gauge Students’ Mental Health

Within the past month, every student in the J-D School District has taken the Behavior Intervention Monitoring Assessment System (BIMAS) survey. The 40-question survey developed by three school psychology professors is intended for use...

Standards Editor: The State of the RamPage — November 2022

Disclosure: Isaiah Steinberg is the current News Editor of the RamPage. The RamPage has spent the last two months publishing articles written by J-DHS students. Two months after the previous Standards Editor critique, let’s take...

Principal Lawson’s JEDI Council Discusses Staff Training and Homecoming Controversy

In “Star Wars,” the Jedi Council works to maintain intergalactic peace. At J-D, the JEDI Council works to advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion practices in the district. At JEDI Council meetings, J-DHS Principal...