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Circle cleans house at Jester Awards

Elaina Ceccini, 9
May 16, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, News, Showcase, Student Life, Top Story

The Little Mermaid performed by Circle High School was nominated out of 128 high schools to perform parts of the musical at the Jester Awards. Only 39 high schools were invited, including Circle, performed for the Jester Awards. Circle was nominated for 8 different awards and won four. The awards were B...

Summer break isn’t just for students

Summer break isn’t just for students

James Cash Erikson, Savanah Hampton
May 15, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Student Life, Top Story

With only eight days left in the school year, teachers are planning for their summer vacation. We went around and asked some teachers what they plan on doing with their summer vacation.   “I plan on playing with my grandchildren, a lot, and taking them swimming, gardening, traveling, relaxing, paint...

Break a leg: Variety Show big hit to end the year

Break a leg: Variety Show big hit to end the year

Alyson Wescott, Kenton LaForge
May 15, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Top Story

On Tuesday, May 9, the fan-favorite Variety Show took place at Circle High School. Students performed many different solo’s, duets, and full choirs that showed off what they have been working on for the past month. Bella Baumgartel, 10, auditioned for the show and made the cut. “During auditions ...

Competitive cheer: Sport or hobby?

Competitive cheer: Sport or hobby?

Noel Hawkins, 9
May 15, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Sports, Top Story, Voice

A sport is defined as an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment. With this in mind, is competitive cheerleading a sport? I believe so. Competitive cheerleading has over 100,000 athletes involved that continue to be to...

Science teacher Craig says farewell to CHS

Science teacher Craig says farewell to CHS

Noel Hawkins, Sarah Briley
May 12, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Top Story

Merle Craig, a science teacher at Circle High School, is retiring after 21 years of teaching. After getting bit by mosquitoes in Haiti, Craig caught Chikungunya fever it has morphed into several complicated health issues. “I need to get some rest and get healthy,” says Craig. Chikungunya fever is...

Football players weigh in on new coach

Football players weigh in on new coach

Claudia Chaparro, 11, and Dylan Brown, 12
April 6, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

A fresh start for the football team after three years of the same coach. Many have their opinions about the new head coach Logan Clothier and what he will bring to the football to team and the improvements he will make. Some don't like change but a fresh start can be good. Senior players who are movi...

Learning from LaVar Ball

Learning from LaVar Ball

Devan Zorn, 10
April 6, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports

In sports there’s always that one parent in the stand that yells throughout the whole game, and devotes all of their energy into their children’s sports. Recently LaVar ball, a retired professional football player and college basketball player, is the father of three young men who are well on their...

Circle highlights from March and April

Circle highlights from March and April

April 6, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

Photos that captured the most recent weeks of student activities at Circle High. Take a look and see what your classmates have been up to!

Circle’s spring break adventures

Abi Iseman, 11, and Keirstyn Watkins, 11
April 6, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Spring break is a taste of summer everyone is dying to have, and most students at Circle High School would agree. Spring break is a much needed break that everyone deserves including the teachers. Many people go on family vacations or enjoy their time off at home. This spring break Claudia Chaparro, 1...

ACT tips, tricks, and helpful hints

ACT tips, tricks, and helpful hints

Hayley Koontz, 11
April 6, 2017
Filed under News, Student Life, Top Story

  When some students hear the acronym ACT, their palms start to sweat, their blood pressure rises, and their faces drain of all color. The prospect of sitting in a quiet room for three hours and answering seemingly endless math, science, reading, and English questions can seem daunting. However, str...

T-Bird TV Episode 9

April 5, 2017
Filed under Multimedia/T-Bird TV, Showcase

During this episode, the T-Bird TV crew took a look at all things Prom. What were some of Circle's upperclassmen doing for prom-posals? Who has the best dance moves for prom? Also, the Clash of the Classes gets down and dirty, while sophomore Nhi Haskins highlights the girls basketball run at state.

Photo of the Month: May

Photo of the Month: May

April 5, 2017
Filed under Photo of the month, Photos Of The Month, Top Story

Congratulations to freshman Madison Wooderson for her incredible photo of the CHS softball team!   ...

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