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CCS Art Collaborative Project

Val Dietz

October 6, 2020

At the beginning of this school year, the CCS art students came together to create one big art piece. The project was placed in the bulletin board in the high school hallway. The students created hot air balloons, 3 dimensional...

Breaking the Ice

Valerie Herbert

March 6, 2020

Picture yourself attending a school event, and you have to sit by a total stranger. None of your friends are near you, and you don’t have access to your phone. The event starts in 20 minutes, and the silence ends up filling...

The 9th St. Singers Take Home a Gold Trophy

Valerie Herbert

February 26, 2020

“I’ve been changed! I’ve been changed!” The 9th St. Singers exit the stage, leaving the audience in awe of the ability of the group’s voices as well as the unique structure of their song choice.  On February 10th, ...

The Eyes Have It

The Eyes Have It

November 22, 2019

National FCCLA Conference

Valerie Herbert

October 10, 2019

         Anaheim, California. It’s the home of Disneyland, a popular location for film sets, and also where the 2019 National FCCLA convention was held. Gabbi Krutsinger and Alexis Richmond, two Chase County FCCLA members,...

Medalist At State Journalism

Daphne Lucas, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

This year three students placed in the top 8 at NSAA Journalism Senior Joan Frias placed fifth in Sports Photography. Kadin Vrbas and Kalen Wallin placed sixth in Broadcast Journalism News Story for their report on the FBLA Kr...

Lady Longhorns Track Season

Taylor Williams, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

As track begun on Feb. 25, the Lady Longhorn started the season with 44 girls. With their season going they had a few cancelled track meets due to weather, but the Lady Longhorns have kept the streak alive with five wins out of five ...

A Quiet Place review

A Quiet Place review

April 25, 2019

Teachers Outside Life

Daphne Lucas, Staff Writer

April 23, 2019

Mrs. Chelsie Thayer is a familiar face at CCS. She has taught here for five years. She is also the FCCLA Leader. Mrs. Thayer joked that her life outside of school consists of watching Netflix at home in her PJs on Saturday nights....

Students helping teachers

Yeraldin Almanza, Staff

April 17, 2019

Every day during her third period class, junior Sydnie Allen helps Miss Haake in the kindergarten class. Sydnie is a student teacher’s assistant or TA. While she’s in the classroom, Sydnie assistis with a variety of things. She m...

Juniors taking the ACT

Juniors taking the ACT

April 17, 2019

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