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Winter wonderland: Inside snow day decision making (Editorial)

Snow barrels down on Carlisle residents as they try to shovel out their sidewalks. There have been 4 snowstorms this winter season for Carlisle.

Carter Smith, Perspectives writer

February 19, 2019

With winter in full swing, delays and cancellations are occurring often. While we students anxiously wait to hear about the fate of our day, we may not realize how difficult of a task it can be for administrators deciding whether to keep the school in session.  When school administrators decide to modify ...

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

The logo for the new Safe2Say Something program. The program, which has been implemented across Pennsylvania, allows students to anonymously report dangers to student safety.

Ellie Knapp, News Writer

February 6, 2019

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...

Innocence Lost: Seventeen stories ended (Editorial)

This Feb. 19, 2018 file photo shows a makeshift memorial outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 students and faculty were killed in a mass shooting in Parkland, Fla. Parkland city’s historian Jeff Schwartz is setting a plan in motion to collect, archive and preserve the Marjory Stoneman Douglas mementos. Meanwhile, school administrators have vowed to build a memorial after the demolition of the building where the Feb. 14 attack took place. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

Reese Daugherty, Perspectives Writer

March 27, 2018

On February 14, 2018, seventeen lives were taken in the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Seventeen lives over. Seventeen opportunities for success untaken. Seventeen stories ended. Alyssa Alhadeff, Martin Duque Anguiano, Jaime Guttenberg, Cara Loughran, Gina Montalto, Alaina Petty, and Alex S...

CHS’s Mock Crash puts a spin on safe driving education

Bad decisions can lead to unexpected consequences.

Hannah Westbrook, Media Manager

May 20, 2016

On May 12, Carlisle High School put on a mock crash to faculty and students to show the consequences of reckless driving and poor choices.  

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