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Steven Rawnsley, instructional assistant

Steven Rawnsley, instructional assistant

Lauryn Weninger, Student Section Reporter

September 18, 2020

"I became a teacher because I really enjoy working with students.  I started working in special ed because I want to give everyone equal opportunity to reach their potential."

2020-21 Humans of CHS

September 18, 2020

Humans of CHS: Celebrating self improvement month, students, staff answer questions about self improvement

September 18, 2020

Junior Grace Sullivan This year, I’m really just trying to stay on top of my academics, especially for applying to future colleges that I’m looking at. I’m going in to see my teachers more often—especially this year, I feel like it’s so important to form a bond with your teachers while you...

In honor of child safety month, students share their experiences as high schoolers with siblings in elementary school, the changes they have had to make in their care toward their siblings.

Sophomore Ashilyn Joseph looks down at some of her sister’s school books. Due to the later start times for high school, Joseph said that she sometimes has to help her sister, who in elementary schoool, get ready.

September 16, 2020

As the district has implemented later start times for the high school, older siblings, including sophomore Ashilyn Joseph, said they have seen changing relationships and responsibilities toward their younger siblings. Joseph said via email, “Before the later school start times, I would be out the ...

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, students connect, honor their Hispanic background in different ways.

Senior Alex Oritz wears a typical

Jasmine Zhang

September 14, 2020

With Hispanic Heritage Month starting September 15, people all over the United States and countries such as Spain, Puerto Rico, and Mexico, will honor this month by recognizing and celebrating the history, culture, and the contributions of Hispanic Americans and continue preserving their cultural herit...

Healthcare Heroes

Juniors Averie and Faith Miner pose for a selfie together wearing personal protective equipment. Averie said she is happy her mom is working an online job which keeps her family safe. She said her family hopes to make the best out of the situation they are in.

Anna Klauz

May 21, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, medical professionals across the country are working tirelessly in offices, hospitals and clinics to provide the best care for patients. Some of these people have another challenge they face every day: The looming possibility of bringing the virus into their homes every night...

Humans of CHS

Humans of CHS

Emily Sandy and Marissa Ryan

May 21, 2020

Senior Lindsay Bickett At the beginning of the quarantine, I mainly focused on the negatives. I would get really upset and angry that this virus had to come at the end of my senior year. However, as quarantine went on, I came to terms with what I had lost and instead focused on how what we were doing...

Humans of CHS

Senior Elizabeth Schmidt

Marissa Ryan and Thea Bertolini

April 16, 2020

“When I was in sixth grade, my entire extended family and I went to Hawaii for spring break. The trip was a cruise around the main islands: Oahu, Kona, Maui, Kauai and The Big Island. While stopping at each island, the 18 of us participated in excursions like hiking, jumping off waterfalls and hors...

Earth Day Every Day: In honor of Earth day, students, staff practice living sustainably, discuss importance of environmental movement

COMPOST QUEEN: Maanya Rajesh, co-leader of Green Action Club and sophomore, carries buckets of compost materials to add to her compost pile. Rajesh said she created Green Action club because she really cares about the environment and wants to bring awareness to saving the planet at CHS.

Marissa Ryan and Kris Otten

March 20, 2020

In a school of over 5,000 students, there are bound to be different talents, terms of expression and passions, but not many can say their passion surrounds the environment like Maanya Rajesh, leader of Green Action Club and sophomore.  Rajesh said, “I started off in seventh grade learning about th...

Choose Your Chip: In honor of National Potato Chip Day, check out these unique flavors

Choose Your Chip: In honor of National Potato Chip Day, check out these unique flavors

Anna Klauz

March 20, 2020

      Meijer Jalapeño Ripple Chips The bright green packaging was initially the reason I picked up this oversized bag. Being the store brand name, I was a bit skeptical about the flavor since my loyalty has always lied in the “kettle-cooked” brand for my go-to jalapeñ...

Humans of CHS

Senior Ty Bryant

Hannah Gretz and Jackie Hur

March 20, 2020

Senior Ty Bryant When I was in elementary school, I came home from school and my sister had a plate of Oreos for me. I ate the first one and when I went to have another I bit into it and it tasted like mint. It was so gross I spit it out right after, but my sister was laughing really hard so I knew it wa...