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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...

Missing Mrs. Porter

Missing Mrs. Porter

Savanah Secrest, Abby DeHaven
May 16, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Our drama teacher of five years is going to come up missing next year. As some of you may know, if you’re in her class that is, Mrs. Porter will be leaving the Circle family staff. It turns out that Porter will be teaching in Topeka next year. Finding out how the staff members feel about Mrs. Porter leaving...

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...

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...

Prom date problems; rumors run rampant on prom date forms

Prom date problems; rumors run rampant on prom date forms

Madison Riter-Bowman, 10, and Nataliah Stochl, 10
April 6, 2017
Filed under News, Student Life

Over the past few months there has been a lot of controversy surrounding prom dates, specifically whether there is a form designed around bringing someone of the same gender or not.  A lot of students upset when they heard about this supposed “same gender” form, along with a lot of staff were frustr...

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...

Prom-Posals: The proper way to ask you special someone

Prom-Posals: The proper way to ask you special someone

Kara Ragan, 11, and Kaelin Tabor,10
April 5, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

When Prom rolls around each year, juniors and seniors must ask themselves the question, 'How will I propose to my special someone this year?' Some prom-posals are popular, but cliche. When you prom-pose you need to have some kind of material item whether it is a poster or candy. Social media is a gol...

New Places and New Friends: Naccarato to teach in Africa

Harrison Metzger, 9
March 9, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Devin Naccarato has lived in countries other than the United States but he has never been to the continent of Africa. All of that is about to change for the foreign language teacher in Towanda, Kansas.   “I’ve lived in other countries before, I was a student in other countries, but I...

Harrison and the Haitians

Harrison and the Haitians

Noel Hawkins, 9
March 9, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Harrison Metzger, freshman, just recently returned from a mission trip to Les Cayes, Haiti. Metzger went to Haiti because his grandparents have gone multiple times and he was intrigued by their experiences. While in Haiti, Metzger put roofs on churches and schools with his Dad and other people in his...

New Year’s Resolutions: CHS edition

Abbriel Hadley,10
January 26, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Student Life

With the start of the new year finally here, Americans and people from all around the globe are setting resolutions for the new year. These new steps in their lives can help make them happier, healthier, and and have a better life overall. The most common goals include of exercising more, eating better,...

Positivity training with Madison Riter-Bowman

Positivity training with Madison Riter-Bowman

Madison Riter-Bowman, 10
January 26, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Student Life, Voice

Happiness is a state of mind, you control if you are going to be happy or not.  You control how you feel, what you think, who you allow into your life, you are in control of everything that will contribute or take away from how happy you are.  Go through your day looking for the positive. Smile m...

Season of giving: Abi Iseman finds which CHS students received the best Christmas gifts

Season of giving: Abi Iseman finds which CHS students received the best Christmas gifts

Abigaile Iseman, 11
January 26, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Christmas is a holiday celebrated by many people all throughout the world. Kids got out of school, parents got off work, grandparents prepared dinner for their children and grandchildren and maybe even great grandchildren. Worldwide, people prepared for the holiday season and the new year that it brough...

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