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The fun never stops: schedule of senior events

The fun never stops: schedule of senior events

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor
May 16, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

With finals, laptop return, banquets, graduation, as well as several other events just around the corner, sometimes it's hard to keep track of all the chaos. Here is the schedule for seniors for the few remaining days. May 17th All Sports Banquet, 5:30pm at the Letort View Community Center. ...

So the Drama: why do teens expose others on social media? (Editorial)

So the Drama: why do teens expose others on social media? (Editorial)

Chaela Williams, A&E Editor
April 26, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Whispers start as soon as they hit send. Nowadays, social media seems to be the best place to either start or settle drama. For some reason, it has become a trend, even a norm for students to ”expose” others on social media. But the question is, why do people choose social media as an outlet instead...

Clubs in action

Clubs in action

Janae Ely, Photographer
March 24, 2017
Filed under Student Life

CHS has clubs 2 times a month.  Last Monday, we decided to go around to see what some of the clubs are doing around the school.  

Sweet & sour: spring brings lemon to the table

Sweet & sour: spring brings lemon to the table

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor
March 23, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

As the temperatures rise and the snow melts away so do the heavy ingredients of winter to allow something new and lighter to take their place.  Ingredients such as lemon help spruce up the drab tastes of winter with something sweeter and more tangy. Lemon Bars Crust 1 cup all-purpose flo...

Jazmin Galicia

Jazmin Galicia

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor
February 15, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Name: Jazmin Galicia Grade: 11 Category: Ceramics & Glass Title: Florero Who/what inspired you to submit to the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition? “Mrs. Treffinger.” What do you like about it? “The way I designed it I only saw an image of a vase and little by littl...

CHS students ‘Take a Stand’ in local History Day

CHS students ‘Take a Stand’ in local History Day

February 6, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

How do farmers, "The King of Coal," the Art Impressionist Movement, the Alamo, the Stonewall Riots, Rosie the Riveter, and Ella Fitzgerald relate to each other? They were all topics that could be found at the local National History Day (NHD) Competition that was held on Saturday, February 4. Topics...

Caleb Wilson

Caleb Wilson

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Name: Caleb Wilson Grade: 9 Category: Ceramics & Glass Title: Forlorned Who/what inspired you to submit to the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition? “Mrs. Treffinger told me about it, so I decided to give it a shot.” What do you like about it? “I think it’s cool how you ...

Bree Ank

Bree Ank

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Name: Bree Ank Grade: 9 Category: Novel Title: Countdown Who/what inspired you to submit to the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition? “Really it was my teacher from last year that encouraged me to do it.  Her name was Mrs. Williams and I decided I wanted to do it again because I ...

Fire & Ice: Winterball 2017 (Photos)

Fire & Ice: Winterball 2017 (Photos)

Janae Ely, Photographer
February 1, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Matthew Presite

Matthew Presite

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Name: Matthew Presite Grade: 10 Category: Poetry Title: “How to Break a Poem” Who/what inspired you to submit to the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition? “I'm not a big reader, but I was inspired by a few poems I'd seen online and at school. I've always been impressed by authors and...

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