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Students encouraged to participate in Relay for Life

Emily Chan, Staff

February 26, 2014
Filed under CHS Stories, MHS Stories, News, RPHS Stories

Teams of students from all three high schools are encouraged to sign up for the North Clackamas Youth Relay for Life, especially CHS students, for the May 16 event. As a way to raise money for the American Cancer Society, one... Read more »

New grading, scheduling system introduced to NCSD

Mick Hangland-Skill, Editor-In-Chief

November 1, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, MHS Stories, News, RPHS Stories

Over the 2013 summer, NCSD implemented a new scheduling and grading system called “Synergy SIS.” The previous system, “eSIS,” was purchased by Pearson School Systems, and is no longer updated or supported, according... Read more »

Senior Prank goes too far at CHS

Anna Trofimchuk, Beginning Journalism Student

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

A prank gone too far left Clackamas High School paying $3,000 in damage monday morning. Consequences depend on who is involved. If it is a graduating senior, they may not walk at graduation. Spray... Read more »

RPHS senior prank goes amiss

Thu Hoang, Beginning Journalism Student

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

Early Tuesday morning, Rex Putnam High School campus security found the campus had been vandalized over the Memorial Day weekend. The property was covered with spray paint and most of the front doors were "tagged" or sprayed... Read more »

Relay for Life

Joe Jesse & Abby Delehant, Beginning Journalism Student

May 31, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, MHS Stories, News, RPHS Stories

This year, the North Clackamas Relay for Life, comprised of over 400 participants, attempted to raise their goal of $30,000 to donate to cancer research and treatments. Relay for Life is an annual event sponsored by the American... Read more »

CHS One Million Bones raises genocide awareness

Jessica Lely, Staff

May 10, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, News

On a chilly Saturday afternoon on April 20, something was noticeably different about the Clackamas High School parking lot -- surrounding a small tree in the lot were hundreds of clay human bones scattered all over the ground. The... Read more »

CHS 30-minute lockdown ends without any danger to students

Staff, Staff

April 3, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, News

In an email sent to parents and staff  by Christine Garcia, CHS principal, described the events of lockdown on the morning of April 3. The following is the text of the email. "This morning, CHS went into lock down... Read more »

Unity Idol captivates CHS once again

Jesse Waian, Copy/Managing Editor

March 21, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, News

Once again, Unity Idol took center stage at CHS on March 8 as three finalists competed for the prize of a gift card and the honor of being the 2013 Unity Idol. Being the main event of Diversity week at CHS, Unity Idol took... Read more »

School board plans move for NUHS to SSC

Mick Hangland-Skill, Editor in Chief

March 21, 2013
Filed under News, SSC Stories

Update: School Consolidation Decision Moved to April 4. After the March 7  school board meeting the district announced the board's vote on school consolidations will be delayed until the April 4 school board meeting.... Read more »