Circle Vision

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February 8, 2018


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Surveying STEM: Looking at low numbers of women in STEM careers

Surveying STEM: Looking at low numbers of women in STEM careers

Hayley Koontz, 12

February 8, 2018


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In 1920, the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. In 1963, John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law, advancing the cause of equal pay for women. The 2016 presidential election marked the first time in U.S. history that a woman won the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Within...

Learning under the lights: Life as a first year director

Learning under the lights: Life as a first year director

Janessa Waltemath, 12

December 6, 2017


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Justin Ralph has made great advancements as a first year teacher. While being a full-time teacher he is also going through graduate school. He has stepped up to fulfill the large role of an english, forensics, speech and drama teacher. Ralph was a great pick as a drama teacher with his strong backgro...

Shakespeare coming to CHS

Shakespeare coming to CHS

Hayley Koontz, 12 and Kara Ragan, 12

December 5, 2017


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“The course of true love never did run smooth,” Act I, Scene I. The drama department will present A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare on February 24 at 7:30 PM and February 25 at 2:00 PM. Admission is $5 for students and $7 for adults. The Shakespearean play follows the romantic misadventures ...

Evolution of the First Amendment in schools

Evolution of the First Amendment in schools

Madison Riter-Bowman, 11

October 12, 2017


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In today’s society there is a lot of debate about what being politically correct is and what it does to us. There isn’t exactly one set, correct definition of the word.  Some people believe it is being respectful to those who are different than us or may have different beliefs or opinions than us....

Hazardous Homecoming: Rivalry writes new chapter

Hazardous Homecoming: Rivalry writes new chapter

Devin Duncan, 12 and Janessa Waltemath, 12

October 12, 2017


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“There is a fine line between friendly banter between competitors, but when you steal or vandalize property, that is when you have taken it too far,” said Assistant Principal, Matthew Carroll. Friday, September 15, was the homecoming game against the Augusta Orioles. For the whole homecoming week there h...

Individual teachers and their cell phone policies

Individual teachers and their cell phone policies

Destiny Berryman and Emily Erwin

August 31, 2017


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Every teacher is different, and has different classroom rules.  Therefore do not take advantage of this article.  Respect the teacher's decisions, and their classroom rules.   Circle High School Student Handbook On page 20 of the Circle High School Student Handbook, it states. “The use of electroni...

This Just-in: Ralph joins CHS staff

This Just-in: Ralph joins CHS staff

Kara Ragan, 12

August 31, 2017


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The 2017- 18 school year starts a new journey for freshman and the last year seniors will walk the halls. Additionally, Circle lost many teachers and gained new staff. Specifically, Amanda Porter, Drama Instructor, left Circle and pursued a new teaching job, leaving a space for Justin Ralph to move ...

Circle cleans house at Jester Awards

Elaina Ceccini, 9

May 16, 2017


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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...

Science teacher Craig says farewell to CHS

Science teacher Craig says farewell to CHS

Noel Hawkins, Sarah Briley

May 12, 2017


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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


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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...

Circle highlights from March and April

Circle highlights from March and April

April 6, 2017


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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!

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