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Choirs intensify Holiday Spectacular preparations

Choirs intensify Holiday Spectacular preparations

Josie Cruzan

November 30, 2018

Holiday Spectacular will run from Dec. 6 to Dec. 9 and will be in the auditorium. Though students and teachers involved with the choir department have been rehearsing for some time now, the intensity of rehearsals is picking up. Director of choirs Katherine Kouns said, “Everybody is just in full speed mode tryin...

A Legendary Legacy; CHS prepares for Principal John Williams’ retirement, introducing his successor

A Legendary Legacy; CHS prepares for Principal John  Williams’ retirement, introducing his successor

Emily Dexter, Story

April 20, 2017

Student body president Mike Pitz said he was riding a bus with his basketball teammates when he found out Principal John Williams plans to retire at the end of the school year. The team was in the midst of preparations for the Regional tournament later that day, and this announcement added to the earl...

Voices United sues CHS for not allowing pro-choice poster

Voices United sues CHS for not allowing pro-choice poster

Adam Gostomelsky

March 10, 2017

Voices United, a club at CHS, has filed a lawsuit against the school after having its pro-choice poster rejected after multiple iterations. The lawsuit comes on the heels of the recent controversy surrounding the pro-life poster. Made by Teens For Life, another CHS club, the poster was taken dow...

Heady-ing to Marian: Coach Scott Heady receives new position at Marian University

Heady-ing to Marian: Coach Scott Heady receives new position at Marian University

Kelly Truax

February 28, 2017

“It was a process that lasted about two weeks, so I knew early on that I was going to have an opportunity to get the job. It was mainly just a matter of me thinking about (the position) for a little bit and giving them an answer,” Varsity Basketball Coach Scott Heady said in response to his new pos...

Policing Policies: Students reflect on the challenges and strengths of new poster policy

Policing Policies: Students reflect on the challenges  and strengths of new poster policy

Adhi Ramkumar, Entertainment Copy Editor

February 23, 2017

According to the center for Public Education, students’ freedom of speech at school has been a conflicting issue throughout the United States’ history. The recurrence of this conflict has resulted in a recent update to CHS’s poster policy to delineate students’ freedom of expression. (See “Poster Premise” at ...

Junior Patrick McCalley dies Oct. 6, counseling services available

Melissa Yap, Management

October 7, 2016

Junior Patrick McCalley died on Oct. 6. CHS counselors will be available the week of Oct. 10 for students to talk to. According to counselor Cathleen Johnson, the counselors have an open-door policy, so students can stop by any time. She said CHS also has social workers who will available to help...

Local artist Carolyn Martens and media specialist Terri Ramos unveil new art installation

Local artist Carolyn Martens and media specialist Terri Ramos unveil new art installation

Allen Zhang

August 17, 2016

During SRT on Tues., Aug. 16, media specialist Terri Ramos and local artist Carolyn Martens unveiled a project that was long in the works. According to Ramos, Principal John Williams had asked her to find a way to fix the blank upper wall space, something she had long been wanting to do. Ramos said ...

CHS Admin review safety procedures

CHS Admin review safety procedures

Beats

April 11, 2016

Last Friday, CHS seniors attended a spring break safety awareness convocation to review the implications of making decisions during spring break. Principal John Williams  said spring break safety is especially important when considering long-term consequences. “Know that you can have fun and sti...

CHS Students, administrators evaluate implications, procedures of snow delay decisions

CHS Students, administrators evaluate implications, procedures of snow delay decisions

Beats

January 29, 2016

With the snowy conditions and absence of snow delays , Principal John Williams said students should be more careful, as the weather conditions have made the roads more dangerous to drive on. “What we would recommend is when the weather’s bad, just ride the bus. That would be a good time...

A.C.T. to participate in WRAL tournament on Jan. 30

A.C.T. to participate in WRAL tournament on Jan. 30

Beats

January 24, 2016

On Jan. 30, the Academic Competition Team (A.C.T.), formerly known as the Brain Game team, will compete in the annual White River Academic League (WRAL) tournament. According to A.C.T. coach John Shearin, the team most recently traveled to Broad Ripple High School on Jan. 14 for a varsi...

CHS Administration finalizes new collegiate-styled senior schedule for next school year

CHS Administration finalizes new collegiate-styled senior schedule for next school year

Beats

December 2, 2015

CHS Administration has recently finalized a new collegiate-styled class schedule that would be implemented in the 2016-2017 school year. Seniors will have the choice to participate as long as they meet specific requirements.              Principal John Williams said, “It’s (a program) where stud...