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SOLs are headed to Chatham High

Cerenity Runyon and Amber Duncan

April 27, 2018

Filed under Academics, fun, News, Opinion, Student Life

Standards of Learning Tests are coming this month to Chatham High School to close out the 2017-18 school year. According to the Virginia Department of Education, this is exactly what "SOLs" are and why they are in the schools:...

JV Lady Cavs Lose to Lady Bengals

Amber Duncan, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized

The Junior Varsity Lady Cavs lost 10 to 9 to Lady Bengals on April18. Despite their loss, they made great plays. They never gave up; everyone picked themselves right back up. Mary Augusta, "Gussie", freshman, plays center...

Big Talk: Unique belief or opinion?

Kailey Neal and Jennifer Hernandez

April 24, 2018

Filed under fun, Opinion, Personal Reflection, Student Life, Uncategorized

Week seven of Big Talk.  What is a unique belief or opinion you have? Unique, as defined by the question, could be offensive to some or out of the ordinary. Eleventh grader Brandy Callahan, said, "Ted and Robin [from H...

A “Real Man?”

Sophie Parrish, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

Filed under fun, Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

The Urban Dictionary describes a real man as, "A real man is a man that contains a seemingly infinite amount of qualities which they desire, ranging from having money, to being affectionate, kind, good father, faithful, muscular,...

Money-Saving Tips

Destiny Sandridge, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

Today's teenagers  young adults are struggling with saving money and managing their finances. This problem has become so prevalent that a class in personal finance is required to graduate. According to money.usnews.com,...

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April 13, 2018

Favorite Classes

Benjamin Woodward, Staff Writter

April 13, 2018

Filed under Academics, Opinion, Personal Reflection, Student Life

CHS students often have a favorite class that is the highlight of their day. Graham Dalton Jr., said, "Virginia US History because it's what interests me;  advanced algebra trig, also; the class is fun, and we do a lot of...

Big Talk: What’s Most Important to You?

Kailey Neal and Jennifer Hernandez

April 13, 2018

Filed under fun, Opinion, Personal Reflection, Student Life, Uncategorized

Week six of Big Talk.  What's the most important thing to you?  Ethan Farthing, ninth grader said, "Love is the most important thing because life without love is nothing. We would only have hate in the world; love is wh...

JV Softball Looses But Team Played Well

Amber Duncan, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Sports, Student Life, Uncategorized

The Junior Varsity Lady Cavs lost 12 to 2 to the Lady Wildcats April 11. Despite their loss, they made great plays. Emily Duncan, freshman, pitched five innings, hit a line drive to short stop, and made it to first base....

Big Talk

Kailey Neal and Jennifer Heranandez

March 30, 2018

Filed under fun, News, Opinion, Personal Reflection, Uncategorized

Week five of Big Talk.  What's the most important lesson you've ever learned?  This week we got plenty of advice from CHS students for all different types of aspects of life. Emile Jerread, tenth grader said, "Manne...

Is Dating a Thing of the Past?

Sophie Parrish, Design Editor

March 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

The concept of dating among teens changes every year. Students and teachers have different opinions on what a date should be like, how a guy should behave, and all of the other details of a perfect date. Madison Houser,...

Big Talk

Destiny Sandridge and Kailey Neal

March 22, 2018

Filed under fun, Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

Week four of Big Talk. Does morality go with success? The co-mingling of morality and success left us with a variety of interesting responses. Junior Sarah Snead said, "Depending on the meaning of success, you have to be ...

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