Month: June 2014

Class of 2014 Graduates

The graduation officially began last Saturday, June 14th,  when the excited chattering ceased and the CCHS band started to play Elgar’s famous Pomp and Circumstance. A sea of maroon flooded the upper gym as the CCHS class of 2014, led…

Seniors Rampage at All Night Live

In past years, All Night Live has been a fun and exciting way for seniors to celebrate graduation together.  However, with the direction that festivities took this year, this exciting celebration may have to come to an end. High on…

So Long, Old Building, Old Pal.

Students and faculty alike are expressing concern and nostalgia regarding the move into the new building, slated to open after  April break of 2015. “Do you think we will get longer passing time?” asked a worried freshman.  When someone pointed…

Snow Days Cause Summer Vacation Cancellation

Snow days are a tricky subject. Many students say that they love it when they get to miss school due to the weather but later regret having a snow day since it means students have to stay in school longer during the…

Assassins to Be Played With Paintball Guns Next Year

Due to growing controversy over the senior tradition of Assassins, new reforms for the game have been proposed for next year.  Water guns have been accused of leaving dangerous puddles in the hallways that people are liable to slip in.…

CCHS Required Summer Reading!

While CCHS has not had a formal summer reading list before, it is now assigning one book to each grade to enjoy over the summer so the English curriculum is less crammed. The goal of the required reading is to enrich…

Grief Counseling Provided after Fault in Our Stars

As many of you know, the movie The Fault in Our Stars was quite the tear-jerker. However, the impact for some extends beyond a steady stream of tears and the need for constant tissues during viewings of the new drama. Some long-term effects…

World Cup in Crisis

With the World Cup kicking off, enthusiasm for soccer has reached its peak. Indeed, citizens of CCHS are embracing their national team and many are eagerly awaiting the outcome of the Ghana-USA match. Yet recently, James Akwasi Appiah, the head coach of…

Finals Week DELAYED!

Earlier today vice-principal Brian Miller announced that finals week will be moved from the week of June 23rd to the week of June 30th.  Mr. Miller cited an unusually high snow-day count as the cause for the last minute change; “we…

CCHS Dodgeball Tournament; Smashing

On Sunday, June 8th at 4 pm, students engaged in a competition of skill, cunning and athleticism in the Upper Gym. Six teams competed  fiercely, but after an hour of epic dodge balling,  the weak were eliminated and only two…