Christmas Decor Superstitions

Dillon Wright, Team B Staff Writer
January 12, 2015

Christmas decorations have been a tradition of many families for hundreds of years. From lights on the house, wreaths on the walls and the famous Christmas tree, decorations have become very popular in America. There are tours where you can view decorations and lights. There are also light shows and... Read more »

A Day to Remember

David Douglas, Team B Staff Writer
December 16, 2014

Never forget December 7, 1941. Due to a decision made by the United States Congress on August 23, 1994, this day was dedicated to be a day to remember and honor all those who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor. It is a tradition to fly the Flag of the United States at half-staff until sunset in honor... Read more »

“Dumb and Dumber To”: Better Than The Original?

Nick Mysyk, Team B Editor
November 21, 2014

If you have ever seen Dumb and Dumber, you will most likely agree that it is a classic comedy. The sequel to this movie, Dumb and Dumber To, came out last Friday, and was a surprise hit. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels appear again as Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne, and they do a great job. To this date,... Read more »

Make a Donation to Chardon Schools Foundation

October 23, 2014

      Make checks payable to: Chardon Schools Foundation, PO Box 838, Chardon, OH 44024. You can make a donation ONLINE with a credit card via PayPal. Please let us know if your employer provides for matching contributions. Chardon Schools Foundation (EIN 34-1663354) is a 501(c)(3) charitable... Read more »

Role Models in the Making

Joe Cyvas, Staff Writer
October 7, 2014

High school is a very vital part in a person’s life. High school drastically affects the kind of person they are molded into throughout their lives. There are lots of paths available to students to follow but the question is…will they choose the right ones to be successful later in life? The... Read more »

Academic Decathlon Ready For Another Successful Year

Anjaleigh Hart, Team B Staff Writer
September 30, 2014

Academic Decathlon almost took the gold last year, kind of. This year our academic team member Jem Shaffer said, “There’s a chance we’ll win this year.” The class is open to everyone and and anyone is welcomed. It may only be offered as a zero period, but not many members are complaining about... Read more »

The Captain of Crazy: Dillon Coughlin

Nick Mysyk, Team B Editor
September 30, 2014

       Over the years, the student section of Chardon, more well known as the Chardon Crazies, have been led by many captains to help lead their team to victory. But none of those captains are comparable to the current captain, Dillon Coughlin.        Dillon couldn’t be more happy about being... Read more »

The Dream Team

Shae Eichele, Team B Writer
September 30, 2014

       The Chardon Hilltopper competition cheerleading team travels to Florida in April to compete for a national title. They have won the national championship the past two years, and are going for a three-peat this year. Winning three straight championships has not been done yet at COA Ultimate... Read more »

Drew McCartney: Man, Athlete, or God?

David Douglas, Team B Writer
September 30, 2014

       Multi-talented, two sport athlete Drew McCartney is proving to be a vital asset to the Chardon Hilltoppers. The Chardon Football program has run the traditional wing-t offense for years, where running hard nose plays on the ground are common. However, recently the Toppers have made their opponent... Read more »

Chromebooks-The Next Big Thing or Nothing At All?

Nick Miraglia, Editor-in-Chief
September 25, 2014

Every student and teacher at Chardon High School has received a Google Chromebook. While some students are absolutely delighted at the new tool, many say that they are worthless. As Chromebooks are being used more and more in the classroom, students are being forced to get used to them, whether they... Read more »

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