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IBCC Program Creates New Opportunities for Career-Building

IBCC Program Creates New Opportunities for Career-Building

Chrissie Meyer, Reporter

December 26, 2013


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This past June, the International Baccalaureate Career Certificate (IBCC) was established at CHS after a two-year application process for the school to initiate the program. Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. June Hilton promoted the idea to increase the choices for students to prepare...

CHS Responds to Typhoon in Philippines During Winter Season

CHS Responds to Typhoon in Philippines During Winter Season

Gavin Derleth, Reporter

December 26, 2013


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Since Typhoon Haiyan hit on Nov. 8 of this year, clubs at CHS such as Math Tutors and Interact have been gathering donations to aid the Philippines. This particular typhoon was extremely destructive thus far, with over 6,000 people reported dead, 27,000 reported injured, and 1,800 reported missing, as...

In Fond Remembrance of Sid Gurulé 1970-2013

In Fond Remembrance of Sid Gurulé 1970-2013

By Sid Gurulé, Former French Teacher

December 23, 2013


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Sid Gurulé, a French teacher at Claremont High since 2002, passed on Nov. 15, 2013, peacefully surrounded by family and close friends. He had been battling colon and liver cancer for the last two some years. Sid was born on 6 March 1970 in Montebello CA and spent a large part of his childhood in...

Yearbook Hosts Holiday Raffle to End the Year

Mohi Andrabi, Reporter

December 22, 2013


Filed under Archives, News

CHS Yearbook is hosting a raffle to increase yearbook sales. The raffle ends today Dec. 19, and the winners will be announced on the Wolfcast. One goal for this organization is to sell their yearbooks to a greater majority of CHS students. To reach this goal, Business Editor and senior Brianna Watso...

Treser-Osgood, Nemer, and Llanusa Claim Victory at School Board Polls

Treser-Osgood, Nemer, and Llanusa Claim Victory at School Board Polls

Anne Rosett, Online Editor

November 6, 2013


Filed under Archives, Features, News

  Claremont Unified School District Board of Education candidates Nancy Treser-Osgood, David Nemer, and Steven Llanusa won the election for Governing Board Members on Nov. 5. Treser-Osgood led with 2,735 votes, or 29.01 percent. Her win was followed by Nemer with 2,018 votes, or 21.4 percent, and...

Art Start Paints a Picture-Perfect Program For Claremont Youths

Art Start Paints a Picture-Perfect Program For Claremont Youths

Kelly Meyer, Reporter

October 17, 2013


Filed under Archives, Artwork, ASB/Clubs, News, Showcase

Since Oct. 4, CHS students have been becoming more involved in the Art Start Program, and spreading awareness about the project in Claremont. The project is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Flourish Foundation, the City of Claremont and the Rotary Club. Art Start is a...

ASB Rewards Hard-Working Students

ASB Rewards Hard-Working Students

Hannah Biering, Reporter

October 17, 2013


Filed under Archives, ASB/Clubs, Features, News

At the end of last year, senior Annika Ellwanger-Chavez started a program with the help of ASB called Random Acts of Kindness. Through it, students are recognized for notable achievements that make an impact. The program is run by Ellwanger-Chavez and her Renaissance committee, who keep tabs on clubs and team...

Pate and Tilford Arrive at CHS as New Special Education Teachers

Pate and Tilford Arrive at CHS as New Special Education Teachers

Isabella Cisneros, Reporter

October 17, 2013


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The special education department has recently hired two new staff members over the summer. After going through a long process full of interviews and applications, Kathy Pate and Brenda Tilford became part of the CHS staff. Ruth Ojeda and Helen Roberts, the co-department chairs, helped guide Pate and T...

Montejano Replaces McKean at CHS

Montejano Replaces McKean at CHS

Phumanee Nosavan, Reporter

October 17, 2013


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At the start of this school year, Daniel Montejano replaced former IB and AP environmental science teacher Carly McKean, now a professor of agriculture-animal science at Mt. San Antonio College, as the new physical science teacher at CHS. Montejano had previously taught in many school districts such a...

Get to Know CUSD Board Candidates

Kikesa Kimbwala, Jacob Landsberg, Chrissie Meyer, Kelley Meyer, Michelle Wang, Reporters

September 27, 2013


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The Claremont Unified School Board consists of five members elected for four-year terms who set policies, ensure that the district is financially stable, and ensure that all students are taught CA/Common Core Standards.The candidates for this election are Steven Llanusa, Paul Steffen, Joe Salas, David...

Children’s Area in Claremont Library in Renovation

Phumanee Nosavan, Reporter

September 27, 2013


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The Claremont Public Library will be conducting a renovation to the children’s area, thanks to a large donation from the Friends of the Claremont Library (FCL). FCL is a non-profit organization formed by community volunteers that supports the Claremont Library with its expenses. After planning the...

County Fair Commends Claremont Citizens

County Fair Commends Claremont Citizens

Hannah Biering, Reporter

September 27, 2013


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At the LA County Fair on Sept. 26, three Claremont citizens were recognized. They were awarded for their good deeds around the community, such as volunteer work, participating in drives, and donating money. Axel Garcia, a third grader at Sumner/Danbury Elementary in Claremont, was acknowledged for...

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