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Principal John Williams works at his desk in the main office. According to Williams, students should think before they act over spring break because they do not have control over the outcomes.

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...

GOING GREEN:
Junior Vivian Guo waters a plant at her new home in the recently constructed Westmont Estates neighborhood. To build it, workers had to clear the land for housing developments, rendering the habitats of plants and animals there uninhabitable. Guo said the benefits of new housing outweigh possible destruction of the environment. SARA YUNG // PHOTO

CHS students evaluate effects of neighborhood construction on environment

feature October 9, 2015

Patches of grass, a few trees, some flowers and on top of it all, piles of dirt—everywhere. This will be junior Vivian Guo’s view from her new home for the next several months. Before she moved, there...

Design for CHS plans service project

Beats February 20, 2015

According to co-president and junior Vikas Maturi, Design for CHS will hold a Street Store at the Metro Baptist Center on March 7 from 1 to 5 p.m. This event provides clothes for the homeless in a system...

Chinese teacher Tungfen Lee prepares for lesson plans for the day. Over the past several weeks, Lee discussed the Chinese language and cultural fair with her students and helped them prepare for the contests and activities. SARAH TINAPHONG / PHOTO

Chinese students to attend Chinese language and cultural fair

Beats April 16, 2014

On April 19, the Chinese students will be attending the Chinese language and cultural fair at Eastwood Middle School. The fair, featuring several different cultural activities along with language contests...

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