Have you Herd? National Walkout/Commemorative Ceremony information

Today, March 14th, is the National School Walkout. Please read on to learn the rules and expectations for those participating in today's event.

Ashley Ivanoff, Perspectives Editor

March 14, 2018

This morning at 9:54, there are some planned activities that may change the normal schedule of our school day. During third period today, Carlisle High School students and administration are each holding their own version of the National Walkout in honor of the 17 students who were killed in the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. CHS...

What you need to know: Dakota Access Pipeline

Protesters against the construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline block a highway in near Cannon Ball, N.D., on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. Law enforcement officials have asked people protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline to vacate an encampment on private land, and the protesters said no. Protesters are trying to halt construction of the pipeline they fear will harm cultural sites and drinking water for the Standing Rock Sioux. (AP Photo/James MacPherson)

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life editor

November 2, 2016

Updated on December 12th at 11:00 am. The Dakota Access Pipeline is a massive plan to “enable domestically produced light sweet crude oil from North Dakota to reach major refining markets in a more direct, cost-effective, safer and environmentally responsible manner,” according to Energy Tran...

What you need to know: North Carolina riots

Police fire teargas as protestors converge on downtown following Tuesday's police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor

September 23, 2016

Updated on December 1, 2016 at 8:50 am. Keith Lamont Scott was shot and killed by police officer Brentley Vinson on Tuesday September 20, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The police were not actually looking for Scott as they were serving an arrest warrant for someone else, but things chan...

What you need to know: Brock Turner

Paul Harrison, center, carries a counter-protest sign at the Stanford University graduation exercises, Sunday, June 12, 2016, at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, Calif. Women's advocacy organizations are urging a California agency to take action against the judge who sentenced a former Stanford University swimmer to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. Harrison argued that the assault was not indicative of a

Periscope staff

September 23, 2016

As a staff, CHS Periscope will be highlighting the important national and international topics that appear in the news this school year. We are doing this so that the student body knows what is happening nationally and becomes more educated on current pressing issues. So please check back with us periodically...

Have you “Herd”? CHS Organization Update

Wingin' it!, one of many groups at CHS, held their 10th anniversary performance back in December.

Scott Bowser, News Section Editor

January 24, 2016

CHS offers numerous organizations that allow students to pursue their interests and common goals. Specifically, groups such as the National Honor Society, Model United Nations, Wingin’ it! and Oracle grant students opportunities to serve the school and their community in many different ways. ...

Let the party begin! Homecoming Spirit Week starts Oct 5

Show your school spirit by dressing up for homecoming week.

Kaitlyn Hankard, News Writer/Photographer

October 2, 2015

The school is abuzz with the talk of buying dresses, proposals, and the big game. With only a bit over a week left until homecoming, the excitement has rapidly been building up. New students, and old, underclassmen, upperclassmen, and alumni alike are all looking forward to this eventful time of year....

Competing with music: students participate in band festivals

Griggs and Makosky at Regional Band

Morgan Dellinger, News Writer

March 26, 2015

There are several different band festivals that Pennsylvania offers and they occur all throughout the year. Band festivals are actually part concert, part competition where musicians get together and compete to see who is the best. Those people then will move on to higher band festivals. There...

Run into color, run for a cause

Register today for the CHS Color Splash and get a free t-shirt!

Morgan Dellinger, News

March 11, 2015

The Color Splash is a 5K walk/run for people in Carlisle to donate money to the Four Diamonds Fund. The Color Splash is on April 11 at the cross country course at Carlisle High School. It starts at 10:00, sign-in at 8:30 A.M. Carlisle High School is donating all of the money to the Four Diamonds Fund,...

Have you Herd? MiniTHON moved to March 20-21

Mini-Thon will be held this year on March 20-21.

Morgan Dellinger, School Beats Manager

March 1, 2015

MiniTHON is coming up March 20-21. According to club members, MiniTHON was moved from Feburary 6-7 because there was not enough time for the students to raise as much money as they could.  Also there were just too many snow days and the MiniTHONclub was not ready.  This way MiniTHONnow has more...

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