Archive for June, 2011

“Young, Wild, and Free”: CCHS Graduation

June 13, 2011
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“Young, Wild, and Free”: CCHS Graduation

This past Saturday, June 11, was a bittersweet time for the CCHS seniors. They left their last year of high school and embarked on their new life. The graduation took place in the school upper gym, and, despite the rain, there was great energy throughout the whole afternoon.            ...
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CCHS supports Charity: Water

June 13, 2011
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CCHS supports Charity: Water

CCHS has recently chosen to promote the nonprofit organization Charity: Water, which provides clean water to people who have a hard time gaining access to it. Three students chose to write about their commentaries on CC’s sponsorship of the organization, as shown below. ___________________________________________________ Lending a Hand – Charity: Water By Ben Tracey ’14...
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Goryokaku Park

June 13, 2011
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Goryokaku Park

My recommended place in Hakodate By: Sae Tamura´╝łEnglish club)     I recommend that you visit Goryokaku Park when you have a chance to visit Hakodate, Japan. Japanese cherry trees are in full bloom in Goryokaku Park around the beginning of May. A lot of people enjoy viewing the cherry blossoms and having parties...
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Review of 13, the musical.

June 6, 2011
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I don’t know what’s so great about being thirteen. I’m 15 going on 16; this is way better, and the drama doesn’t make anyone viewing it from an outside perspective want to spray joker gas into the local middle school. The show I saw was done by ACTS (Alexander Children’s Theater School), and it...
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