Tag: features

Teens for Jeans

Teens for Jeans, a jean drive sponsored by Aeropostale and DoSomething.org, has come to CC. This week, until Friday, December 6th, students can leave their own gently used jeans in the collection box in the Learning Commons. Aeropostale, the popular…

Teacher Becky Rotti Plans Denmark Exchange Program

Chemistry, Physics, and Organic Chemistry teacher Becky Rotti traveled to Denmark for the first time on August 26-31 in preparation for CC’s exchange with a school from Denmark. Students from CCHS will travel to Slagelse, Denmark from April 22-29, 2014, and…

CCHS Prepares for Construction, Fall Term

Given the current state of affairs at CCHS, with a new school rising up from the dirt just yards from the back of the H building and cement trucks lumbering past the L and S building windows, the school administration…

HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY!

If you are trying to survive the strange environment of high school academics, you have to be able to write an essay. The essay is generally a multi-paragraph writing assignment that teachers assign to allow students to explore their literary…

The history of the SATs: Nazis, Communists, and hot dogs

Thursday, March 7th at 2:30 in the Little Theater, Dr. Nurenberg, an English teacher at CCHS, presented a Reuttgers Seminar on the secret history of the SATs. The title was “Will this be on the Test? The secret history of…

The Rubik’s Cube craze

In classrooms all over CCHS, students are peering over each other’s shoulders and glancing under tables, but this time, it’s not at phones or hand-passed notes. They are watching the Rubik’s Cube. These colored cube puzzles are appearing everywhere in the halls…

Athlete Spotlighted: Will Blumenberg

What position do you play? What do you do in that position? I play cornerback on defense. My first responsibility is to watch for a pass, whether I’m covering a zone or man to man. When there is a running play,…

Carlisle’s Halloween change

As fall approaches, there are certain characteristics that everyone looks for: the drifting, crinkled bronze leaves and the crisp apples and pears, for instance. October is an especially anticipated month, as its end brings copious amounts of decorated pumpkins and…

CCHS’s new engineering program

Have you seen students wandering the halls with meter sticks? Roaming outside studying the building? These kids are most likely in an engineering class, part of CCHS’s brand new engineering program. Students who complete the program receive an engineering certificate,…

First TV broadcasts of Student News

As people are getting settled into the new school year, many students are slowly noticing the absence of the daily announcements. But soon, instead of announcements, there will be a new medium of communicating student information. Hopefully  near the end…