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New Technology at Cleveland

By Ellie Mortenson and Isabella

October 26, 2015

Filed under Education

As the years go on, technology isn’t only becoming a big part of the world, but it’s beginning to take over freshman academy, as well. Google Classroom is one of the most efficient ways to communicate with students, especially when teachers lack one classroom to call their own. Not only does this new technology help teach...

Homecoming court breaking down gender barriers

Homecoming court breaking down gender barriers

By Conor Bergin, Editor-and-chief

October 25, 2015

Filed under 100 Years, CHS Alumni, Education, News, Spotlight

For the second time in school history, Cleveland did not honor a homecoming king and queen this October, bu...

Opportunity Alert: explore potential careers

By Annalena Eckton, Reporter

October 25, 2015

Filed under Columnists, Education, uncategorized

For the students out there with hopes of working in a particular field post-graduation, there are many programs that give you hands-on career experience while still in high school. Participating in these programs not only gives you skills for future jobs, but also connects you with professionals and can help boost your resume....

10 Questions with Avi Halperin

10 Questions with Avi Halperin

By Anna Rollins, Reporter

October 19, 2015

Filed under Education, News

Avi Halperin, a student of our very own Cleveland High School, was a finisher in the Portland Marath...

Poet Laureates: ‘We all have poems inside of us’

Poet Laureates: ‘We all have poems inside of us’

October 19, 2015

Out of the 12 finalists of the Portland Youth Poet Laureate project, two of them were students from ...

Mr. Miles’ Journey From Teacher to Vice Principal

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

October 19, 2015

Filed under Education

This fall, Darryl Miles made the journey from reputable English teacher to trusted vice principal, continuing a career arc that has seen him serve in the armed forces and private business. Prior to college, he served in the Navy for 20 years and traveled around the world three times. After his service, Miles worked in pri...

Tragic shooting at Umpqua Community College

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

October 19, 2015

Filed under Education

On Oct. 1, a tragic shooting occurred at  Umpqua Community College in Roseburg Oregon. Ten people including the shooter were killed and seven others were wounded, making this the worst mass shooting in the state's history. This adds to a growing list of school shootings that has been increasing in size over the years. The sh...

Teachers without a ‘homebase’

Teachers without a ‘homebase’

October 2, 2015

This year students aren’t the only ones hustling to class during passing period: many teachers are, too....

Yoga and Mindfulness is Mindful of Your Busy Life

Yoga and Mindfulness is Mindful of Your Busy Life

September 30, 2015

Yoga and Mindfulness, a new class at Cleveland this year, is an amazing opportunity for students to exp...

Radical Approach to new Epic Issues class

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

September 28, 2015

Filed under Education, News

Epic Issues Seminar Class: It’s not Speech and Debate. Epic Issues, a discussion based class that takes a radical approach towards students' ideas and questions, has been reintroduced to Cleveland. Currently, Epic Issues is an elective taught by Lynne Allers during third and fourth period. Fourteen years ago this course ...

Opportunity Alert: dare to go abroad

Opportunity Alert: dare to go abroad

September 18, 2015

It's full on college search season for seniors, and a good time for juniors to start contemplating future...

AVID seniors honored at reception

AVID seniors honored at reception

June 5, 2015

  From a total of 19 graduating seniors who participated in the AVID program, they collectively...

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