Spotify spring spirit: CCHS’ spring spirit week
BY EMMA FRANZ After months of coordinating, CCHS’ Spotify-themed spring spirit week finally came to life during the week of March 9 through the 13. The Student Government Association (SGA) took it upon themselves to create dress-up days that coordinated with hit songs that students could relate to.  “This... Read more
Moving forward: The process of finding a new principal
BY ARIELLE KRAUS With the recent announcement of Principal Wendy Doll’s retirement, the question of ‘what comes next?’ has come into the minds of students, faculty and parents in the CCHS community. The process of finding and becoming a new principal is not a simple one, but something CCHS... Read more
School track or red carpet?: Football player Antonio Brown makes an appearance on the CCHS track
BY JULIA SAFRIN On the afternoon of Wednesday, February 26, a familiar stranger was seen running on the CCHS track. While some students were oblivious to who this stranger was, turning a blind eye to sports celebrities, others knew exactly who he was: Antonio Brown. Students quickly began to... Read more
Smart Boards or new media center?: Teachers and parents decide the future of CCHS renovations
BY RYAN MERARD After being given 100,000 dollars from the Safety, Music, Arts, Athletics, Renovations and Technology (SMART) program within Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), CCHS has been attempting to find a reasonable way to appropriate this money. These funds are intended to be used to improve the learning... Read more
The room where it happened: U.S. history teachers put together Black History Month Wax Museum event
BY JOSEPH STURGEON In celebration of Black History Month, from Tuesday, February 25 to Thursday, February 27, the mini-gym was filled with cardboard trifolds and students dressed in professional attire for what was called the “Black History Month Wax Museum.” Organized by history teacher Kevin Fair, the event lasted... Read more
A Day of Service and Love: CCHS conducts service projects in honor of Marjory Stoneman Douglas
BY JAELYN YEAMPIERRE AND SASHEEN JOSEPH In light of the two-year anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas (MSD) High School shooting, Broward County Public Schools made February 14, 2020 an early release day and a non-academic Day of Service and Love to remember the victims.  All teachers were instructed... Read more
Limited access: Students concerned about BCPS internet blocks
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE Internet usage has been a game-changer for students today by allowing for nearly instantaneous access to millions of sources. But CCHS students have been finding that this “instantaneous access” has been increasingly limited by the Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) internet regulations.  It is standard for... Read more
Adulting 101 and Money Matters: A new class that prepares students for the real world
BY ALYSSA KHAN For students at CCHS, there’s a limited amount of classes available that teach real life skills. To help prepare students for life after high school, CCHS has introduced a two-part class: Adulting 101 and Financial Literacy/Money Matters. Each part of the course can be taken in... Read more
An open floor: Superintendent Robert Runcie visits CCHS to hear student concerns
BY SASHEEN JOSEPH Attempting to meet with as many high schools as possible, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Superintendent Robert Runcie met with a select group of CCHS students in the media center on Tuesday, January 30 in order to determine the main concerns in BCPS schools. Commencing the... Read more
Bearing witness: Holocaust survivor speaks at CCHS
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Though Nazi Germany and the genocide of 6 million Jews are often mentioned during high school history classes, it’s not every day that students have the opportunity to listen to a Holocaust survivor. On Friday, January 31, Multicultural Club invited Irene Zisblatt to CCHS to speak... Read more