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DECA to host LEAD conference on Sept. 29

DECA to host LEAD conference on Sept. 29

Natalie Khamis

September 24, 2018

DECA will host its annual Leadership Experience and Development (LEAD) conference on Sept. 29 from 9 a.m to noon in the auditorium. “We’ve got speakers from around the community, experts in their fields, who are going to be coming in and talking about things like branding and marketing strategies...

DECA to have call-out meeting Sept. 11, 13

DECA to have call-out meeting Sept. 11, 13

Natalie Khamis

September 9, 2018

DECA will have its call-out meeting on Sept. 11 and 13 during SRT in the auditorium balcony. The call-out meeting is only for students who are not enrolled in a business course this school year and are interested in joining the club. Reagan Markland, DECA executive vice president and senior, said DECA officer...

First DECA Junior Event Held on Feb. 11

First DECA Junior Event Held on Feb. 11

Janzen Greene, Reporter

February 16, 2017

On Feb. 11, middle school students from Carmel Middle School and Clay Middle School came to CHS to present their DECA Junior projects. DECA Junior is a new program that helps introduce students to DECA in middle school to better prepare them for the program in high school. It started as a DECA project...

NO LONGER THIRD-WHEELING

NO LONGER THIRD-WHEELING

Adam Gostomelsky, Sports editor

October 13, 2016

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are the nominees for the Republican and Democratic party, respectively. While they did win enough votes in the primary election season, both candidates have as many detractors as they do supporters. According to a Roper Center poll, Clinton and Trump average “strong un...

DECA President Drew Seketa adjusts goals for leadership and DECA as a whole this year

DECA President Drew Seketa adjusts goals for leadership and DECA as a whole this year

Emily Dexter, Perspectives Copy Editor

September 16, 2016

Because the CHS DECA chapter is now its own competitive district this year, the club has begun to make numerous changes to its leadership and alter the way it’s run. The CHS chapter became its own district, as opposed to remaining in a district with other schools, due to its status as the largest chapter...

Let’s Get Down to Business

Let’s Get Down to Business

studentsection

December 14, 2015

With December being National Write a Business Plan month, CHS’s DECA chapter also begins their preparation for the competition season. Students can compete in various events within four major clusters - Hospitality and Tourism, Business Management and Administration, and Finance and Marketing. Within...

CHS students transition to different sports

CHS students transition to different sports

Contributor

April 23, 2015

Junior Palmer Tweedy stopped playing baseball in eighth grade and began his career in golf. The two sports are actually very similar. According to articles by Golf Digest and The New York Times, many baseball players play golf on the side. Likewise Tweedy said transitioning between the sports helped ...

CHS students increasingly identifying themselves as politically Independent

CHS students increasingly identifying themselves as politically Independent

News

November 14, 2014

When senior Johnny Lawless, who identifies as politically Independent, turned 18 on Oct. 21, he registered to vote. However, Lawless truly became politically involved his junior year once he became aware of impending adulthood and wished to be more involved with life around him. While he does have an...

Teachers work to separate personal views from their public school classrooms

Teachers work to separate personal views from their public school classrooms

News

November 16, 2012

Junior Blake Patteson carries his textbook every day to AP U.S. History. It is slightly worn at the corners, 1,248 pages of hard facts graced by a painting of an American flag-adorned winter landscape on the cover. But while the book is important, the course consists of much more than just reading. For ...