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The student news site of Carlisle High School


The student news site of Carlisle High School


The AP African American Studies ban in Florida wont allow students to take the College Board created course.

Oppressors take the Classroom: Why Politicians don’t belong in the debate over AP African American Studies (Editorial)

Lyric Koch, Perspectives editor March 9, 2023

It is the year 2023, but it seems this country is pedaling back in time. Florida governor Ron DeSantis has stripped the opportunity to take AP African American Studies from hundreds of prospective students....

Call boxes were recently added to the CHS security system, as a result of laws passed by the Pennsylvania state government.

Keeping students safe: new school security measures put into place

Carlin Diehl, Staff Writer March 22, 2019

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...

Students struggle to stay dedicated to schoolwork throughout the school  year.  Wintertime affects many students.

Feeling SAD: Seasonal affective disorder impacts students

Kathleen O'Neill April 24, 2018

Students’ moods often reflect the weather.  When the weather looks up, even for a day, the students get excited. On Friday, it was nearly eighty degrees and sunny. Earlier in the week, it was snowing....

KQED can be very useful in the classroom.

Should social media be used in school?

Lauren Pantleo, Perspectives writer December 5, 2014

Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. What comes to your mind when you hear those names? Most people use social media accounts to post selfies, say what they are doing, or simply to see what’s going on in...

Does this look familiar?

Too sleepy to succeed: why CHS should start later (Editorial)

Lauren Pantleo, Perspectives writer October 29, 2014

We have all been there, hitting the snooze button over and over so we can get a few more minutes of sleep. By the time you decide to wake up, you’re running late for school. If only you didn’t have...

CHS welcomes Cynthia Lupold to the 11th grade principal position.  She is one of four principals working in a new position this year.

Changes in CHS leadership do not sway goals for principals

Scott Bowser, News writer October 3, 2014

Every grade at CHS has been assigned a new principal this school year. Walt Bond, a former eighth grade history teacher, has moved up to the high school, as the ninth grade principal in the Swartz...

While we may be enjoying our extra sleep now, thanks to the snow, we wont be enjoying our lack of a spring break when we make up these snow days.

Snow days could become a problem for students (Editorial)

SarahBeth Davis, Perspectives writer January 30, 2014

Throughout the past weeks, CHS students have gotten several delays and days off due to the snow and cold weather. While everyone loves to be able to sleep late, or have a snow day at the time, is it really...

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