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Celebrate good times: Celebrations takes the show on the road

Celebrate good times: Celebrations takes the show on the road

Corbin Tandy, 10

February 15, 2018


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Celebration, an all-girls show choir at Circle High. The group of 19 girls is lead by director Leanne Mckee and can sing their hearts out. But they do more than just sing, they have fun! “The Blue Valley Festival is an annual event Circle goes to each year to get advice and showcase our talent.”...

Slideshow: Circle High School

February 8, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

Does CHS need a therapy dog?

Does CHS need a therapy dog?

Destiny Berryman, 10

February 6, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

A therapy dog and a service dog are two completely different things. A therapy dog is a trained canine who’s is to comfort and support humans through their emotions. A service dog is a trained canine who is working 24/7, to help with one specific individual person’s disabilities. Students who...

Like mother, like daughter: Abbriel Hadley relives her mother’s days at CHS

Like mother, like daughter: Abbriel Hadley relives her mother’s days at CHS

Abbriel Hadley, 11

February 6, 2018


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“We are angels, we come from Heaven, we are the class of 87!” The year is 1987. Big hair is roaming the halls everywhere. Layered socks, rolled jeans, and KED’S have taken over Circle High School. Teens are cruising down Central Street in El Dorado, blaring music from the hottest hairbands and...

Bird Cage Brawl: Teachers prove too tough for seniors

Bird Cage Brawl: Teachers prove too tough for seniors

Noel Hawkins, 10

February 6, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Story

On Thursday, February 1, the Circle High faculty competed against the senior class in a friendly game of basketball. We use the term “competed” loosely. The faculty finished with a strong 29-17 win. Before the main event, the winter homecoming candidates were announced. For the girls: Keely Shaft,...

Survivors share their stories of Black Friday

Madison Riter-Bowman, 11

December 7, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Christmas is coming and Black Friday bargains seem to be popular among Circle students and staff.  Finding the perfect gifts with good prices for the people in your life can be troubling but there is no better and craziest time to get good deals than Black Friday.  This year we collected some of the funniest st...

Incentives for finals: Good or bad idea?

Incentives for finals: Good or bad idea?

Londyn Bardin, 11

December 6, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Finals could be explained as one of the most hated parts of high school. Kids stress greatly as even though they know the material, some students are not good test takers. A final exam can greatly affect your grade. Finals range from 10-15% of your grade, that may not sound like a lot but it can dr...

Finals studying survival guide with Emily Erwin

Finals studying survival guide with Emily Erwin

Emily Erwin, 10

December 6, 2017


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It’s almost that time of the year again, and I’m not talking about Christmas. I’m talking about finals. Studying is the worst. It's hard to find time, to make time, and when you do find time it's hard to actually want to study. There are a million things I would rather be doing then studying. H...

Hacky-sack: Making a comeback?

Kaydn Dobosz, 10

December 5, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

You may know that hacky sack was a popular game in the 80’s and 90’s and were associated with the hippies, 'stoners', and grunge crowds. Since then it has faded out and is not played much anymore. However is hacky making a comeback? Recently students at Circle High School have been playing the gam...

Where are they now; Kassidy Redington

Where are they now; Kassidy Redington

Erynn Gardner, 10

October 12, 2017


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Kassidy Redington, a Circle High school graduate from the class of 2017, is making her dreams come true as she starts her college years at Butler Community College. Redington is going to study Occupational Therapy. Occupational Therapy is a form of therapy for those recovering from physical or mental illn...

C.O.T.Y. points; what are they?

C.O.T.Y. points; what are they?

Tory Lanterman, 10, and Brinlee Ysidro, 10.

October 12, 2017


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C.O.T.Y. Points are a new addition to this school year, but what are they? It stands for class of the year. Classes earn them at school events, games, music concerts, dressing up for spirit week, themes for the games, and random events stuco plans. There will be a surprise at the end of the year for the ...

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