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Spotlight: Extended Essay Coordinator, TOSA, and Teacher Mr. Easton

Spotlight: Extended Essay Coordinator, TOSA, and Teacher Mr. Easton

Joseph Salvinski, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News, Showcase

Ryan Easton is a man of many trades and has mastered them all. He is a four-year, tenured teacher at CHS who previously taught at another school and has earned a Master’s degree in Educational Technology with an emphasis on coaching teachers for technology from California State University, Fullerton....

Vote to Get Rid of Net Neutrality

Kendall Chraplewski, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

The internet is an ever expanding avenue, filled with many options suitable for just about anyone. The internet offers content to everyone at the same rate without having to pay for “premium content,” however this may change with the repeal of net neutrality. Essentially, net neutrality makes it...

CHS Band Marches to State

CHS Band Marches to State

Jaden Clark, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News, Showcase

The band program at CHS is known for playing at rallies, football games, and other events. However, marching band also participates in competitions every fall, and contributes many hours of time and practice to perfect their art. While CHS has had successful competition seasons in the past, this fall...

Abigail King Volunteers to Save Pets Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Abigail King Volunteers to Save Pets Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Kamran Curlin, Head News Editor

September 26, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Most sit around waiting for change to happen; however, the minority stand up to do what they feel is right. CHS junior Abigail King is a part of that minority. On Sept. 2, Abigail King teamed up with Priceless Pets to rescue as many animals as she could from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. Specifically,...

New Teachers Decide to Join the #IBFam

Kendall Chraplewski, Reporter

September 25, 2017


Filed under News

When beginning a new year of school, change is inevitable. This year at CHS, this change includes new teachers. Two fresh faces have joined the International Baccalaureate (IB) program this year. Kristin Rodriguez is teaching IB Biology HL, while Anthony DiGiulio is teaching IB English HL 2. In the...

Coming to a School Near You: Late Start Bill

Joseph Salvinski, Reporter

September 25, 2017


Filed under News, Senior Issue (#10), Showcase

The California State Senate recently passed SB 328, titled Pupil Attendance: School Start Time. Senator Anthony J. Portantino introduced the bill. Although the bill was recently shelved until January, the possibility for change could come sooner than we expect. The bill addresses school start times fo...

CHS Class of 2017–On to the Next Chapter!

CHS Class of 2017–On to the Next Chapter!

September 1, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Features, News, Senior Issue (#10), Showcase, Uncategorized

  California Community Colleges Cabrillo College Alina Marenco Chaffey Anthony Lamar Ashley Estrada Brittany Yanez Christiane Ventura Christopher Valencia Cynthia Tobias Daniella Cruz Jacob McGrath Josh Grabowski Julie Higdon Maggie Ottley Mark Aguilar Michael Lamar Misak Maranon-Da...

Valedictorian and Future Doctor Eric Tang Checks Up on Pomona

Valedictorian and Future Doctor Eric Tang Checks Up on Pomona

Sophia Jung, Editor-In-Chief

June 14, 2017


Filed under News, Senior Issue (#10)

From working diligently in the IB program to creating bills for the United States at a weekend Speech and Debate tournament, valedictorian Eric Tang is attending Pomona College to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor. In the future, he plans on majoring in molecular biology and then going to medical...

Not a Stick in the (Harvey) Mudd: Salutatorian Chao-Haft Commits to a 5C

Not a Stick in the (Harvey) Mudd:  Salutatorian Chao-Haft Commits to a 5C

Shane Jung and Genny Sanders

June 14, 2017


Filed under News, Senior Issue (#10), Showcase

CHS’s local math whiz Max Chao-Haft may be graduating, but he is not going far. Joining the Harvey Mudd class of 2021, Chao-Haft is very enthusiastic about following his passions in STEM and pursuing a physics and math joint major. Harvey Mudd is renowned for its strong math program. While most...

CHS Was Not Awarded the Gold Ribbon

CHS Was Not Awarded the Gold Ribbon

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

May 22, 2017


Filed under News

CHS hosted a Gold Ribbon committee for the application of the California Gold Ribbon award. Despite great efforts, CHS was not awarded the title and will be appealing. Eligibility for the award depends on the increasing success of implementing State Board policies and their Local Control Accountabil...

“Rest Easy” Cassidy Rose

“Rest Easy” Cassidy Rose

Michelle Wang, Editor in Chief

May 22, 2017


Filed under News, Obituary

On the early morning of March 27, the class of 2017 lost one of its own as senior Cassidy Heller passed away. To those that knew her, Heller was famous for her generosity of heart and laughter, for her infectious happiness, and for her unwavering spirit. She is remembered by her friends who mourn her li...

Special Ed Case Helps All

Emma Carter, Reporter

May 22, 2017


Filed under News

         On March 22, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously for the parents of an autistic child in the now landmark court case, Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, who argued that the Douglas County School District located in Colorado did not provide suitable education for their son...

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