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All-Star Spotlight

Malora Lake, Editor
September 30, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Emma Iseman, 12 What was your parents’ or siblingS’ reactions to your homecoming nomination? They were super excited. How did it feel having your name announced in front of the student body? It was shocking because then I had to go up there and I thought I was going to trip because I was ...

Stupifying Schemes

Malora Lake, Editor
September 30, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Junior Shea Arnall has a few tricks up his sleeve. Arnall performs many card and coin tricks to his friends, family, and classmates at CHS, and his way to inspiration was unique and convenient. “I have a good friend that was doing card lessons, and he wanted guitar lessons and I was playing guitar,” Arnal...

Get To Know Them – September

Ivory Yoakem, Editor
September 30, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Tanis Newby, 9 If you could change your first name, what would you change it to? “I have a numerous amount of cool names but I’d probably pick Aoifa.” If you were an animal, what would you be and why? “I’d be an octopus. They keep their brains everywhere in their body and they’re...

Get to know them: Sports Edition

Get to know them: Sports Edition

Sydney Breault, Photo Editor
April 23, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Dalanie Hadley, 10 What is the funniest prank you have done or had done to you? In seventh grade during volleyball we used to have to do this drill where we weaved our hands up through the net and when we couldn’t move our arms other girls would come up and pants us. What animal would you...

Students SADD to see him go

Students SADD to see him go

Katelyn Hageman, Editor-in-Chief
April 7, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Although Circle Student Resource Officer (SRO) Scott Duryea will continue to work as SRO Officer, he and his wife Jennifer are stepping down from their positions as Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) sponsor and Junior Class Sponsor effective next fall. Duryea said he enjoys working with and...

Last year for Engels

Last year for Engels

Nick Edwards, Entertainment Editor
April 1, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Woods teacher Tim Engels will retire this year after teaching for 27 years. Ever since 1975 Engels was interested in woodworking. “My father in law got me interested in it,” said Engels. The first project Engels made was a little wooden bench then he worked on making bigger projects. He...

Get to know them: Clubs Edition

Get to know them: Clubs Edition

Sydney Breault, Photo Editor
April 1, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

  Nerd Club Ciara Lewis   What is the club like this year? We have a few new members this year, we play games, do trivia, and quiz each other. We also work on homework. Who participates? About 13 people. What do you like about the club? Everyone is really close, we all get...

Students SADD to see him go

Katelyn Hageman, Editor-in-Chief
April 1, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Although Circle Student Resource Officer (SRO) Scott Duryea will continue to work as SRO Officer, he and his wife Jennifer are stepping down from their positions as Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) sponsor and Junior Class Sponsor effective next fall. Duryea said he enjoys working with and...

Circle Talk

Katelyn Hageman, Editor-in-Chief
February 18, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Student Life

  A collection of random quotes heard by the Circle Vision staff in the hallways. “I’m pretty sure the woods don’t time things.” “No it smells like dead people.” “He looks like a banana laying on his back with his mouth open.” “You’re Ronald McDonald.” “Dead kids are my f...

Clubs at Circle

Sydney Breault, Photography Editor
February 18, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Science Olympiad is a student group competing against other schools such as Andover Central and Augusta, in multiple science related events. There are 24 category options for students to participate. The team sponsor is biology teacher Merle Craig. The team will go to Regionals on February 22. Young Lif...

Get to Know them

Get to Know them

Sydney Breault, Photography Editor
February 18, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

  Merle Craig, Science Teacher What chore do you hate doing?        Do all of them count? What is the funniest prank you have done or had done to you? I don’t feel comfortable answering without my lawyer. What animal would you want to be?                 An eagle. So I can just f...

Dearly Departed

Dearly Departed

Nick Edwards, Entertainment Editor
February 18, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

“Dearly Departed” is a play about a southern family trying to figure out funeral plans for a family member. The play was written by Jesse Jones and David Botrell. The play is scheduled on February 22 at seven and on February 23 at two. Tickets will be sold at the front for four to seven dollars. The...

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