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CHS Alumni Association Donates to Culinary Arts

CHS Alumni Association Donates to Culinary Arts

February 27, 2018

The Commerce-Cleveland High School Alumni Association donated $2,700 to Cleveland’s Culinary Arts ...

Second Year, Finally a Contract

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

February 23, 2018

Filed under Education, News

Portland Public Schools teachers were without a contract for close to two years. Ultimately, after five days of continuous negotiations, the Portland Association of Teachers (PAT) settled on a tentative contract agreement with PPS in the early morning hours of Jan. 16. This agreement followed various setbacks, changing lead...

Government Now

Government Now

February 21, 2018

Located in Southeast Portland, Cleveland has a reputation for a politically liberal environment, along with...

100 Warriors: Eliza Herring

100 Warriors: Eliza Herring

By Jennifer Singh, Reporter

February 12, 2018

Filed under 100 Warriors, News

Cleveland varsity soccer star and junior Eliza Herring is using the love of her sport and her passion fo...

Warriors Against Leukemia and Lymphoma

Warriors Against Leukemia and Lymphoma

February 8, 2018

Juniors Samantha Lyon, Eliza Herring, and Georgia Baker are joining the fight against cancer as candida...

Sharing is Caring

Sharing is Caring

January 18, 2018

With the holidays and cold weather upon us, these times can be especially hard for people in the Clevelan...

Cleveland Speech and Debate Takes the Fight Home

Cleveland Speech and Debate Takes the Fight Home

January 16, 2018

Cleveland hosted the first debate tournament on their campus since the early 2000s on Dec. 2. The t...

Cleveland Cheer Welcomes First Deaf Students

Cleveland Cheer Welcomes First Deaf Students

January 11, 2018

  Deaf students Melissa Carrasco and Jessica Pineda joined Cleveland’s varsity cheer team this year, b...

Winter Music Assembly 2017

By Mia Johnson, Reporter

January 11, 2018

Filed under Arts, Entertainment, News, Performing Arts

  The 2017 Winter Assembly was short and sweet. Held on Dec. 8, the band and choir performed in the auditorium for the annual event while students and staff gathered to watch. Jan Watt, special projects coordinator, announced the performers as usual, starting off with two festive songs by the band, “Festive Ens...

Cleveland Works to Improve Graduation Rate

Cleveland Works to Improve Graduation Rate

January 11, 2018

Cleveland’s graduation rate exceeds the Oregon average, as well as the PPS average. However, there...

Joe Biden Inspires

Joe Biden Inspires

January 9, 2018

Cleveland students had the extraordinary opportunity to sit down and hear one of America’s most in...

CHS Gives Back 2017

By Brooklyn Pierce, Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2017

Filed under Money, News

With a wintry welcome into Cleveland High School, the fundraiser begins. CHS Gives Back returns for its third year, aiming to raise money for our community through an all-school competition. Cleveland’s end-goal is $5000, which can be achieved if each student donates approximately $3.   The freshman academies will co...

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