The Compass

North Clackamas DACA Policies

Rosalie Mitchell and Kerryann Heyberger

November 9, 2017

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, News, SSC Stories

The current political climate has proven itself to be extremely volatile, garnering disapproval from much of the population. Government decisions are affecting people daily, but two policies currently discussed will heavily affect o...

Little Blue Whale

Shelby Schrein and Jasmine Noe

October 31, 2017

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features, News, SSC Stories

Beth Ferry pens a tale for children while teacher Lisa Mundorff creates the characters for a new book being released this month.  The two women were brought together by their agent to make a book aimed at children.. Litt...

Clackamas Board Visits SSC

Publisher

October 23, 2017

Filed under News, SSC Stories

Clackamas County Commissioners Jim Bernard and Ken Humberston, along with the County Administrator and other staff, toured the Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Center Monday morning.   The tour focused on the Broadcasting...

Judging Chicken Nuggets

Staff

October 20, 2017

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, News, SSC Stories

Clackamas High Senior Josue Andrade is traveling to Indianapolis, Indiana this week to compete with over 200 students who are expected to showcase their understanding of chickens, eggs, and nuggets.  The competition, part...

Skool Dayz Cruise-In

Skool Dayz Cruise-In

June 27, 2017

Scholarships Awarded

June 27, 2017

Filed under News, SSC Stories, Top Stories

Sam Freshner, a former full-time police officer turned technical school teacher, has awarded a $5,000 scholarship for Milwaukie High School senior Catalina Castillo to attend the college of her choice. Castillo immigrated to...

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