Pfizer for fifteen-year-olds: COVID-19 vaccine now approved for children aged 12 to 15
BY NICOLE NADLER Monday, May 10, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the use of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines on a new age bracket: 12 to 15-year-olds.  Previously, the vaccine was only approved for those who are 16 years of age and above, which undercut nearly half of CCHS... Read more
Decisions, decisions, decisions: CCHS Class of 2021 celebrates Decision Day
BY ARIELLE KRAUS Academic Signing Day, also known as Decision Day, is a commemorable day to celebrate the senior class as they decide what their post-secondary path will be. CCHS hosted this event on-campus for the Class of 2021, with modifications to meet the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)... Read more
Managing the future managers: CCHS DECA participates in nationals amidst COVID-19
BY NICOLE NADLER Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) is an inter-curricular organization that prepares rising pioneers and business visionaries in advertising, finance and management.  Each year, DECA hosts a series of competitions such as the DECA States event in which the students throughout the state compete as the... Read more
“A Night Under the Stars”: CCHS Class of 2021 will have their night to remember
BY KAREN SUROS As a kid, every movie or show Generation Z watched revolving around high school included a prom. Among one of the most iconic televised proms is the night to remember in the movie “High School Musical,” complete with song and dance. Watching the characters have the... Read more
Man on the street: Teachers give their reasons for wanting students back at school
BY ALYSSA KHAN The 2020-2021 school year has been a rough one. As the year is coming to an end, teachers are doing their best to finish strong with their students. However, most students remain doing eLearning online, leaving instructors with only a handful of mask-clad faces to see... Read more
What’s the plan?: Everything the Class of 2021 needs to know about upcoming senior events
BY ARIELLE KRAUS After a vastly different senior year than most, the Class of 2021 is ending the year on a stronger note, with many activities planned before the end of their high school career. On Tuesday, April 6, a spring senior meeting was held to inform the class... Read more
Victories and vendettas against vaccinations: CCHS students share their opinions about the COVID vaccine
BY EMMA HUERTA Starting on April 5, individuals 18 years old or over in the state of Florida are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. They can either receive the Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Additionally, minors 16 to 17 years old can specifically receive the Pfizer... Read more
Easter in the neighborhood: Cooper City celebrates Easter with a basket drive-thru event
BY NINA RAMIREZ On Saturday, April 3, Cooper City hosted an event dedicated to Easter to give back to citizens who wanted to celebrate the well-known holiday during the pandemic. This occasion was organized by the Teen Council and multiple members participated in decorating for the day and handing... Read more
A plan ‘promposal’: CCHS seniors share what they think should be done for prom this year amidst the pandemic
BY EMMA HUERTA It has been well established that the 2020-2021 school year is unlike any other. The perils of the pandemic have seemed to eradicate not only regular school schedules, but additional events like homecoming and extracurriculars as well. At the core of the losses is inevitably the... Read more
SGA Campaigns, or lack thereof: Officer elections take on a new look
BY KAREN SUROS Around springtime, CCHS students recognize that they’re in the process of Student Government Association (SGA) elections. The flyers posted across campus and the constant announcements revolving the event are a dead giveaway. Prospective officers encourage their peers to vote for them with promises of fair and... Read more