• November 13"There is always something to be thankful for."

  • October 26"Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead."

  • September 27"Always salt your pasta while boiling it"

Who would be your teacher?

Sophie Parrish and Lauren King

March 19, 2018

Filed under fun, Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

Ever wish you could hire your own teacher? Some CHS students weighed in on whom they would hire if they had the choice. Harper Jones, senior, said, "I picked Jennifer Lawrence because she has a wonderful personality." LaKyah...

Big Talk

Kailey Neal and Destiny Sandridge

March 9, 2018

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

For week three of continuing the Big Talk movement, we brought attention to the difference between "Maybe and Guarantee." Ms. Kalina Silverman created the Big Talk movement to bridge that gap in communication that small tal...

Big Talk

Kailey Neal and Destiny Sandridge

March 5, 2018

Filed under fun, Opinion, Personal Reflection, Uncategorized

This week, continuing the Big Talk movement, we developed our own provocative questions to promote interesting responses. Big Talk is a movement created by Ms. Silverman to create deeper, more meaningful conversations between ...

Black History Month

Sophie Parrish, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

Filed under Academics, Opinion, Personal Reflection, Uncategorized

The month of February was designated Black History Month in 1976. At CHS, there has been no school-wide mention of the month over the intercom. In Pittsylvania County, I remember as a student in elementary and middle school...

Are You Ready for Graduation?

Brittany Thomas and LaKyah Walton

February 23, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

Chatham High graduates of 2018 are ready for their upcoming graduation in May. Mallorie Burton, senior, said "I am very excited. I'm hopefully going to be taking a trip to Florida." Allison Elliot, senior, said "It's exciting...

Cook up a Club?

Benjamin Woodward and Jennifer Hernandez

February 22, 2018

Filed under fun, Opinion, Student Life

An CHS English teacher is considering starting a cooking club to teach interested students how to cook nutritiously. Some students at Chatham High School do not how to cook the simplest of foods such as eggs, bacon, and...

Big Talk

Amber Duncan, Destiny Sandridge, and Kailey Neal

February 21, 2018

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

Big Talk is a movement to improve significant human interactions. The Big Talk movement was created by Kalina Silverman. Ms. Silverman is a Fulbright scholar living in Singapore. She researches “Bridging East-West communi...

Freshmen Take On The School

Makayla Barbour & Emma Myers, Staff Writers

February 12, 2018

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

Freshmen at Chatham High School have lots of opinions about their experiences after completing one semester. Out of 22 freshmen interviewed, only six admitted to not having a good year. Many of the disgruntled students cited stricter...

What’s New for You in the New Year?

Sierra Burnett, Brittany Thomas, and Shannon Fuller

December 19, 2017

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

Chatham High School students and faculty gave us some insight on what they want to change in 2018. Mrs. Lipscomb, said, " For my New Year's resolution, I would like to spend more time with my family." Steven Taylor, sophomore,...

A WONDERful Review

Natalie Spears, Editor-in-Chief

December 15, 2017

Filed under fun, Opinion, Student Life

Wonder is an amazing film that is full of  life lessons that benefit both children and adults. The movie is about a ten-year-old boy named August "Auggie" Pullman who was born with a severe face deformity; however, this doe...

To Fail is Not to Lose, but to Fail is to Give Up

Natalie Spears, Editor-in-Cheif

December 1, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Personal Reflection, Student Life

Losing is unavoidable. It happens to everyone. That said, there is a huge difference between losing and failing. Losing is common whether it be a checkers game or a sports event. Quitting is worse than losing because once you give up...

Fast Food is Dangerous

Natalie Spears, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Personal Reflection, Student Life

Severe health problems can come from eating fast food. According to www.WallerWellness.com, the top five reasons to not eat fast food is because of  nitrates, fat, sugar, salt, and the lack of vitamins. Nitrates are most...

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