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Keeping students safe: new school security measures put into place

Keeping students safe: new school security measures put into place

Carlin Diehl, News Writer

March 22, 2019


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As a result of new regulations set by the state of Pennsylvania, new security measures designed to keep students safe have been implemented at CASD. On June 22, 2018, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed Act 44, the School Safety and Security Committee. With this act came the creation of Safe2Say a...

A ‘latte’ goodbyes: Preparing for the Last Drop

A ‘latte’ goodbyes: Preparing for the Last Drop

Dyamond Jones, News Writer

March 22, 2019


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Auditions for Coffeehouse: the Last Drop took place in the Swartz Auditorium on Mar 13. They were judged by the co-advisors of the Coffeehouse program, Jimmy Wilkinson, Susan Biondo-Hench, and Grayson Rech. Each of the Coffeehouse shows typically has a very different audition process. The First...

Thundering Herd takes on Regional History Day

Thundering Herd takes on Regional History Day

Ellie Knapp, News Writer

March 15, 2019


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On March 2, Carlisle High School students competed against hundreds of other projects in the Region 8 History Day competition, hosted by Messiah College. Students from Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, and Perry counties participated in the event.  The top three scorers in each History...

Remembering Kyle: Scholarship to be dedicated in memory of CHS alum

Remembering Kyle: Scholarship to be dedicated in memory of CHS alum

Carlin Diehl, News Writer

March 1, 2019


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On Feb 7, Carlisle residents were shocked by the news that former CHS student Kyle Yorlets was shot and killed in Nashville, TN by five young people in an attempted robbery. As a result of Yorlets' tragic death, people from his community and everywhere raised money for the 24-year-old's family, w...

Mind the gap: Addressing the $3 million budget gap

Mind the gap: Addressing the $3 million budget gap

Ellie Knapp, Staff Writer

February 26, 2019


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The Carlisle Area School District, for the sixth year running, has a budget gap of $3 million dollars.   A budget gap, or the void between the planned spending and the revenue, means that the district has budgeted to spend $3 million more than the district will receive.   This is not a simpl...

Arming against the epidemic: How CHS combats a culture of sexual violence

Arming against the epidemic: How CHS combats a culture of sexual violence

Samantha Martin, News Editor

February 19, 2019


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The MeToo movement has revealed an uncomfortable truth: sexual violence is an epidemic in American society and one that cannot be ignored in schools. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, one in three women and one in six men have suffered some sort of sexual violence througho...

Cleaning up our act: Green Team aims to make CHS more environmentally friendly

Cleaning up our act: Green Team aims to make CHS more environmentally friendly

Dyamond Jones, News Writer

February 18, 2019


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Efforts to reduce environmental waste and preserve natural resources have stemmed from government parties, social groups, and now Carlisle High School. Rumors circling the high school’s lack of recycling has been around for years. In hopes of bringing environmentally-friendly initiatives to th...

Goodbye, Nittany Lions: Penn State classes no longer available at CHS

Goodbye, Nittany Lions: Penn State classes no longer available at CHS

Dyamond Jones, News Writer

February 11, 2019


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Course selection time is here, but this year, the thick, bright, pink book of courses excluded some familiar, popular options.  As of the 2018-2019 school year, the Penn State Mont Alto courses will no longer be available to CHS students. The decision to end the relationship with the university was...

Better ‘safe’ than sorry: New program hopes to protect PA students

Better ‘safe’ than sorry: New program hopes to protect PA students

Ellie Knapp, News Writer

February 6, 2019


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Drugs, threats, shooting-plans, abuse, bullying, and tobacco use are all things that qualify a submission to Carlisle’s new anonymous tip program, “Safe2Say Something.” The program, sponsored by the Sandy Hook Promise, a nationwide non-profit, is required for Pennsylvania schools. “Safe2Say Some...

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