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Cleveland door competition

By Quinn Gonzales, Reporter

January 22

Filed under Education, News

On Monday, Dec. 14, a school-wide competition began, pitting teachers against teachers, with the students calling the shots. This competition was the door decorating contest, where teachers were instructed to decorate their doors in a fashion that reflected their class and the spirit of the holidays. The week of Dec. 7-11, the process of decor...

Photo Essay: Woodshop

By Henry Hawking, Reporter

January 19

Filed under Arts, Education, Fine Arts, Photos

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The CHS stage is (almost) set

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

January 19

Filed under Education

A remodeling of the Cleveland auditorium will take place this spring. It will be done in time for the annual Springtasia performance, furnished with up to date lights, curtains, and riggings. The electrical equipment used in the auditorium was given a 20-year lifespan in 1958. It hasn’t been replaced. The electrical board, r...

No ‘Hallelujah’ with teachers marks end of long tradition

No ‘Hallelujah’ with teachers marks end of long tradition

January 19

This year marks the end of a tradition that has sustained for over 50 years. Since the early ‘60s, ...

Teen council spreads awareness on HIV and AIDS

Teen council spreads awareness on HIV and AIDS

December 18

There are an estimated 34 million people around the world who are living with HIV/AIDS. Since the virus’s...

A new crosswalk may be right around the corner

A new crosswalk may be right around the corner

December 9

Recent collisions and speedy traffic on Powell and 26th have caused parents and administrators to worry...

Freshman class cabinet dives into their roles

Freshman class cabinet dives into their roles

By Quinn Gonzales, Reporter

December 9

Filed under Education, News

On Oct. 7, 10 members of the freshman class cabinet packed their bags and headed to Seaside, Oregon....

From the halls of Cleveland to the Today Show newsroom

From the halls of Cleveland to the Today Show newsroom

December 7

After the Clarion released an online story Nov. 19 announcing that Cleveland would not be putting a Winter F...

The Constitution Club

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

December 7

Filed under Clubs, Education

Sadie Adams, social sciences teacher at Cleveland, is introducing a new club this year called the Constitution Club. They will compete against schools like Grant and Lincoln in competitions with questions from the book, “We the People.” Although it is only a club this year, next year it will become a class with a vigorous a...

I.B. Learner Profile

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

December 7

Filed under Education

Last spring, International Baccalaureate social studies teacher at Cleveland High School, Matthew Sten, had a new idea regarding something called the “I.B. Learner Profile.” Recognizable from posters around the school, the learner profile consists of 10 traits describing the ideal full I.B. diploma candidate. Sten’s idea...

SBAC testing results in ‘poor’ grading

SBAC testing results in ‘poor’ grading

November 19

The Common Core controversy has reanimated after a recent article in the Oregonian that labeled Cleveland...

Middle School Speech and Debate Tournament

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

November 19

Filed under Clubs, Education

On Tuesday, Nov. 10, six programs competed in a middle school speech and debate tournament, hosted by the Cleveland speech and debate team. Patrick Gonzales, speech and debate teacher at Cleveland, also coaches the Hosford speech and debate team.They were present at the event, along with Lake Oswego, West Sylvan, Metro Eas...

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