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Bullseye Glass scandal widens

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

April 11, 2016

Filed under Education, Health, News, Politics

On Feb. 3, Bullseye Glass Company turned from an unnoticed industrial building to a Cleveland household name. In the past month, scientific data has been thoroughly analyzed, depicting the effects of both cadmium and arsenic on our inner southeast community. However, as science and factual data collection slows, the political...

Charisse Hung and Adam Nayak excel in regional science fair

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

April 11, 2016

Filed under Education, News, Technology

On March 10, Charisse Hung and Adam Nayak competed in the Portland Public School’s Science Expo (PPSSE) hosted at PCC Sylvania, the qualifying contest to Oregon’s state competition, and later the Intel International Engineering and Science Fair (Intel ISEF), the largest pre-college science competition in the world. This ...

CHS members work towards voting rights

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2016

Filed under Education, Politics

With the Democratic and Republican primaries well underway, many people at Cleveland are thinking about the voting process and the importance of expressing one’s opinions. For many high school students, they must only take a few minutes out of their day to register to vote. However, other students and teachers are still ...

Cleveland soil tests turn up alarmingly high

Cleveland soil tests turn up alarmingly high

March 8, 2016

The Oregon Health Authority and the Department of Environmental Quality knew for a month that a soil te...

Chinese exchange students come to Cleveland from sister school

Chinese exchange students come to Cleveland from sister school

March 8, 2016

Traveling is always an exhilarating experience, but sadly not all students have the opportunity to travel...

CTE programs at Cleveland explained

CTE programs at Cleveland explained

March 8, 2016

The gap between credit for high school and college courses is rapidly closing with the advancement of...

Project STRIVE tackles the problem of middle school bullying

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

March 8, 2016

Filed under Education, Health, News

One hundred eighth graders and leadership students listened as leadership teacher Camille Adana asked, “Cross the line if you think there are direct consequences for bullying at your school,” and watched as not a single person stepped forward. For months, the leadership students have planned project STRIVE (Stand Tog...

Guest Speaker Clémence Nogret-Pradier Visits French Class

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

March 8, 2016

Filed under Education

Coming from Aix-en Provence in France was guest speaker and francophone, Clémence Nogret-Pradier. She came to tell the French classes about foreign exchange programs, daily life in Aix-en, the French healthcare system, and most of all, the French educational system. In France, kids are required to attend school from age six to 1...

Freshmen and sophomores required to take eight classes next year

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

March 8, 2016

Filed under Education

Every student knows that school can get a bit overwhelming at times. Balancing school work, extracurriculars, jobs, and hobbies can sometimes seem like a true juggling act. Next year, with freshmen and sophomores required to take eight classes, some people think this will add to students’ stress, while others believe it will ma...

Culinary Arts Speaker Chef Louisa Satori Demos for Class

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

March 8, 2016

Filed under Education

On Feb. 3, Chef Louisa Satori from The Art Institute of Portland was a guest speaker in the Culinary Arts elective. She spoke about the college and opportunities for education and occupations in the arts before demonstrating a recipe. The Art Institute provides bachelor degrees and associate degrees in Design, Media Arts, Fashio...

Chinook Academy students interview Cleveland alumni

Chinook Academy students interview Cleveland alumni

March 4, 2016

Connecting freshmen with alumni couldn't come at a better time. In the midst of Cleveland's 100-year...

An overview of the Key Club’s achievements

By Grace Benefiel, Reporter

February 19, 2016

Filed under Clubs, Education

   The Key Club is an international organization for students to become active with volunteering and to help them develop better humanitarian and leadership skills. Co-presidents Hannah Dressa and Christina Tang, seniors, have volunteered the past couple of months for some great events.     Even though Cleveland’s choir wa...

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