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Where are they now; Kassidy Redington

Where are they now; Kassidy Redington

Erynn Gardner, 10

October 12, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

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


Filed under Student Life

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 ...

They’re the B.E.S.T. around!

They’re the B.E.S.T. around!

Abby DeHaven, 10

October 12, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Circle High School B.E.S.T. is Boosting, engineering, science, and Technology. B.E.S.T. is one of many successful teams here at Circle. During the B.E.S.T. season, people practice four nights a week in teams including; Robot, Notebook, Display, and Marketing Presentation. An average of 80 people signed ...

Students juggling work and school is no easy task

Kaelin Tabor, 11, and James Cash Erikson, 10

August 31, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Many students work as a means to get money during the school year. School is stressful enough just by itself because of homework and stressful classes. Students have homework,tests and other problems to deal with outside of school during the school year and not enough time to do the work. Students c...

Sarahah: Helpful or hurtful?

Sarahah: Helpful or hurtful?

Devin Duncan, 12

August 31, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

With direct messaging, public postings, talking on the phone and emailing, today’s world is full of instant communication. In 2009, anonymous chatting online became more popular than ever before with a website called Cleverbot. The purpose was for people who were bored to log on and just talk to a bo...

Wild for Art: Lainey Perez

Wild for Art: Lainey Perez

Madison Wooderson and Ernn Gardner

August 31, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life, Top Story

Lainey Perez, 12, is one of the more talented artists at Circle today. Perez has been fascinated with art and drawing since third grade. She would use art as a calming mechanism, coping with the things that stress her most. “Just having a pencil in my hand would calm me”, said Perez. When asked w...

Tunes and ‘Tudes: How music affects students emotions

Tunes and ‘Tudes: How music affects students emotions

Abigail DeHaven, 10

August 31, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life, Top Story

The human emotions are used every day for simple daily reasons. You have sad, happy, angry, upset, calm, excited, serious, and last but certainly not least, a mixture of all the emotions. Music sometimes provokes this mixture of emotions. There are all kinds of different music to fit different personal...

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...

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