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CAV center offers career, college assistance

Ashley Giusto, Beginning Journalism Student

January 24, 2014
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features

"Where Futures are Explored" is the first thing student see when entering the CHS CAV center, a place for students to find assistance in career and educational fields. The CAV center is a college prep center located adjacent... Read more »

RPHS prom creates good, bad memories

Abby Delehant, Beginning Journalism Student

June 6, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features, RPHS Stories

Prom is supposed to be a great experience for everyone involved. Of course, like any event, there are things that don't always go as planned. The RPHS prom was on May 4 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event was held at The Foundry... Read more »

Summer School Reintroduced to NCSD

Joe Jessie, Beginning Journalism Student

June 6, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features

The North Clackamas School District has brought back a summer school program for high school students for the first time since 2010. "Oregon has begun a program called an 'Achievement Compact' which helps school districts to... Read more »

CHS Senior Pranking: pranks or vandalism?

Emily Whitehead, Beginning Journalism Student

June 6, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features

Towards the end of the year, senior pranks are often the focus of high school chatter. Yet if taken too far, pranking can bring serious consequences. "It's kind of a tradition thing, every class does something, it's just leaving... Read more »

How to manage AP summer homework

Jessica Lely, Staff Writer

May 31, 2013
Filed under Features

Summer is quickly approaching which means for incoming AP students, AP teachers are already assigning homework to be completed over the summer. If you are taking an AP class next year, here are some helpful tips on how... Read more »

Dress code stands as weather changes

Emily Whitehead, Beginning Journalism Student

May 23, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features, MHS Stories, RPHS Stories, SSC Stories

Summer is a great time to cool off with tank tops and shorts, but it is east to make many dress code violations with these summer clothes without even knowing it. "Dress code allows us to wear what we want to express our personality,"... Read more »

CHS’ Chamber Orchestra prepares for state

Ben Huh, Beginning Journalism Student

May 21, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features

Getting first in qualifiers, CHS' Chamber Orchestra is charging their way to state competitions. The orchestra had already placed first in the Three River's League competition. On May 9, the Chamber Orchestra has a chance to... Read more »

CHS Fine Arts Festival

Tori Allen, Beginning Journalism Student

May 20, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features

CHS held it's sixth annual Fine Arts Festival to showcase it's student's talent on May 16. About 1,000 people attended, with about $1,000 in ticket sales. Tickets were $8 each, but students and families received discounts. "It... Read more »

Where to eat before prom

Hana Watari, Staff

May 3, 2013
Filed under Features, Proms

Prom is right around the corner and many people are scrambling to find a dress, rent a tux, buy tickets and find what to do before prom. This part is one of the most important. It’s what starts off the night and food plays a... Read more »

Prom Fever

Cassidy Scott, Feature Editor

April 19, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, Features, MHS Stories, Proms, RPHS Stories

As prom is quickly approaching, the fever is spreading quickly through the upperclassmen as groups are being formed, dresses ordered and plans made. CHS’s prom will be held at the World Trade Center... Read more »

Spring Fever

Hana Watari, Staff

April 4, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, Features

Clackamas High School held it’s second annual Spring Fever Week during March 11-15. During this week, 200 local disadvantaged families in the Clackamas community were targeted. The goal is to “provide every family with... Read more »

Things to do this spring

Jessica Lely, Staff

March 15, 2013
Filed under Features

As the winter blues fade away and the sun is bright and shining, it’s time to get ready for the abundance of activities that come with spring. Here are some fun events that will be taking place in and out of the district this... Read more »

Culture Fair

Cassidy Scott, Feature Editor

March 11, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, Features

This years’ culture fair came and went on Feb. 22 in a flurry of posters, dancing, music and activities. Different culture groups from all over the world, (such as Greece and Mexico) had the opportunity to set up booths to... Read more »