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LISTEN CLOSELY: The halls may appear empty, but as students adjust to returning in the new year they reflect on what they have learned in 2020.  Many students shared their stories about how they powered through a tough year to focus on their personalities.

Herd in the Halls: What did you learn about yourself in 2020?

Hannah Stoner, Staff Writer January 22, 2021

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CHS students take on different topics affecting the school.

Herd in the Halls: Holidays Breaks

Heidi Heinlein December 14, 2018

"How do you feel about the length of holiday breaks?" Heidi Heinlein "I think the length of breaks is good but a little longer would be nice because some people do a little bit more over these breaks...

CHS students take on different topics affecting the school.

Herd in the Halls: boys vs girls sports

Heidi Heinlein December 14, 2018

How are girls and boys sports treated differently? Hunter Nace "What I have noticed is that when there is both a boys and girls team of the same sport, the girls team can get overlooked and it is not...

CHS students take on different topics affecting the school.

Herd in the Halls: standardized testing

Carlin Diehl, Staff Writer September 24, 2018

"What is your opinion on standardized testing?" Kaycee Johnson "Standardized testing is helpful and can give the school an idea of how we are doing in our classes, but some students find it difficult." -...

CHS students take on different topics affecting the school.

Herd in the Halls: the transition from paper to digital

Carlin Diehl, Staff Writer September 17, 2018

“How do you feel about Carlisle High School transitioning from paper to digital assignments?” “I think it’s a good thing we are saving paper, but sometimes the technology doesn’t really cooperate.” ...

Herd in the Halls: Students share their thoughts

Carol Etzel, Magazine Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2016

     

Herd around the Halls: Rachels Challenge

Herd around the Halls: Rachel’s Challenge

Amanda Corrao, Perspectives writer May 9, 2014

The Rachel's Challenge assembly was a interesting experience for CHS. The effect it had on the CHS students and faculty can be described as both positive and negative. Rachel Scott was a victim of the...

Alex O’Donely, Senior: “I dont like the fact that teachers arent making it optional, but I do like that teachers could possibly make finals smaller because of the change in policy.”

Herd Around the Halls: What are your thoughts about the changes in the finals policy?

SarahBeth Davis, Perspectives writer November 14, 2013

Despite changes to the finals schedule, all core classes are still expected to have some sort of final. There will be no exemptions from finals, regardless of a student's grade in class. Many details are...

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