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Superintendent prepares for inclement weather tonight, continues technology expansion

Superintendent prepares for inclement weather tonight, continues technology expansion

Nyssa Qiao

January 11, 2018

Associate Superintendent Roger McMichael said the district is preparing in case tomorrow morning’s weather warrants a two hour delay or school cancellation. “It happened to be that tomorrow morning’s prediction is not very good, and so we will have staff out on the roads early in the morning,...

Superintendent implements year two of technology integration plan, begins elementary program evaluation

Superintendent implements year two of technology integration plan, begins elementary program evaluation

Nyssa Qiao

September 7, 2017

According to Superintendent Nicholas Wahl, the district will implement year two of their technology integration plan through the migration of Canvas and the district web platform. Senior Kevin Chen said while Canvas serves its purpose as a place to store information and files, there is more to impro...

CHS Theater prepares for upcoming Studio One Acts

CHS Theater prepares for upcoming Studio One Acts

Nyssa Qiao, Feature editor

September 2, 2016

The CHS Theater recently started rehearsals for the Studio One Acts. The acts will run from Sept. 22 to 24. This year, the five acts are: “Blind Date,” “The Curious Act of Critique,” “Drugs Are Bad,” “On the Porch One Crisp Spring Morning” and “Roll Over, Beethoven.” Junior Laure...

Students consider alternative options to a traditional college education

Students consider alternative options  to a traditional college education

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August 17, 2016

For three years now, senior Zach Rogers has known his plans for the future—to enlist and serve in the military. Inspired by his two Carmel police officer advisers who served as Marines, Rogers said having these “humble and valiant role models” made him want to join the Marine Corps as well. He s...

Students reflect on CHS Wi-Fi bans of certain apps, websites

Students reflect on CHS Wi-Fi bans of certain apps, websites

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May 19, 2016

Music is a huge part of sophomore Holly Metcalf’s life. She said she has been a fan of the band Cherub for years. She loves listening to the group’s music and even attended a concert of theirs in October of last year, she said. However, she can’t listen to Cherub’s music in one of the places...

CHS Theater to perform spring musical

CHS Theater to perform spring musical

Beats

May 10, 2016

The CHS Theater will perform its spring musical “Godspell” from May 12 to 15. According to director John Burlace, the show is a series of songs and moralistic stories taken from familiar Biblical references. Sophomore Eric Bembenek plays the role of Judas in the musical and said, as one of the d...

National History Day (NHD) club members to compete in NHD state competition

National History Day (NHD) club members to compete in NHD state competition

News

April 21, 2016

On Saturday, 12 CHS students will compete in the National History Day (NHD) state contest at Ivy Tech Community College. Finalists from the regional competition were selected as one of the top three in their category. The categories include documentary, exhibit, paper, performance and website. Accor...

CHS theater to rehearse for spring musical

CHS theater to rehearse for spring musical

Beats

March 23, 2016

The CHS theater recently began rehearsals for the spring musical “Godspell.” Director John Burlace said the show is a series of songs and moralistic stories taken from familiar Biblical references. Sophomore Eric Bembenek plays Judas in the musical. According to Bembenek, Judas is one of the disciples...

Fellowship of Christian Athletes plans to donate proceeds from annual event to junior Matt Cooper

Fellowship of Christian Athletes plans to donate proceeds from annual event to junior Matt Cooper

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March 18, 2016

Tomorrow, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) plans to host its annual Minute March Madness event, and this year all proceeds will go towards helping Matt Cooper, a junior recently diagnosed with leukemia. According to Rachel Dixon, FCA council member and senior, the club, as a Christian organizat...

CHS students to perform spring musical

CHS students to perform spring musical

Beats

March 1, 2016

The CHS theater is to hold auditions for the spring musical, “Godspell.” According to director John Burlace, the show is a series of songs and moralistic stories taken from familiar Biblical references. Sophomore Grace Plaskett plans to audition for the musical and said she was excited for the d...