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Short on STEM: CHS STEM teachers share thoughts on teaching qualifications as new Senate bill addressing teacher shortage is proposed

Short on STEM: CHS STEM teachers share thoughts on teaching qualifications  as new Senate bill addressing teacher shortage is proposed

Michelle Yin

April 20, 2018

Last month, Indiana Republican Senators Andy Zay, Dennis Kruse, and Jeff Raatz authored a bill to address the lack of qualified teachers in Indiana. Senate Bill 387 would create a career specialist permit, which allows individuals who have professional experience but have not obtained a teaching license...

Scrapping the Start: CCS submits list of priorities, including an official opposition to a Senate bill regarding school start

Scrapping the Start: CCS submits list of priorities, including an official opposition to a Senate bill regarding school start

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

February 23, 2018

Last month, Carmel Clay Schools submitted a list of priorities to the public and aimed at the Indiana General Assembly, among them was an official opposition to the proposed Indiana Senate Bill Seven. The bill, which has since become inactive, aimed to require schools to begin after the last Monday of...

Starting Late: A bill may require school to open after the third Monday of August

Starting Late: A bill may require school to open after the third Monday of August

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

December 14, 2017

Next legislative session, Jean Leising, Indiana state Republican Senator, will propose a bill that would require schools to begin after the third Monday of August in the 2018-19 school year. Currently, CHS is set to reopen on Aug. 14, a full week prior to the bill’s proposed school start date. Desp...

Q&A: Assistant Principal Joe Schaller discusses upcoming eclipse, CHS participation in viewing.

Q&A: Assistant Principal Joe Schaller discusses upcoming eclipse, CHS participation in viewing.

Christina Yang, Feature Editor

August 18, 2017

During fourth period, though, each class is going to have a 15-minute window when they’re going to have an opportunity to go outside, view the eclipse, and come back in.

CHS teachers to begin class recommendations

CHS teachers to begin class recommendations

Contributor

October 28, 2014

CHS teachers have begun the process of recommending classes to their students in order to have an idea for the kinds of classes they will take next year. According to Assistant Principal Joseph Schaller, these class recommendations are only the beginning of an extensive process to assign classes to students. Scha...

Recent Harvard cheating scandal blurs line between cheating, collaboration

Recent Harvard cheating scandal blurs line between cheating, collaboration

feature

October 23, 2012

It started off as a normal day last school year for now-senior Elizabeth Pekar. She woke up, got ready and boarded her bus, unaware that in just a few hours she would be unwittingly wrapped up in a cheating scandal that would threaten both her reputation and her academic standing. This event all began...