14th Annual Chili Cook Off

Natalie Bukovec, Staff Writer
October 22, 2014

  Every year since 2000, the Chardon High School Interact Club has been successfully putting on the chili cook off. This year, the event will take place in the cafeteria on Friday, October 24th from 5:30-7:00 directly before the last home football game facing University Schools. “What better way... Read more »

Student Council Wants Your Blood

Ella Brickman, Staff Writer
October 22, 2014

This Halloween, donate some blood! On October 31, 2014, there will be a blood drive in the gym from 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM. Student Council and the American Red Cross ask that you eat breakfast and drink plenty of fluids the day of and before you donate. For registration, please bring your photo ID and,... Read more »

Kelly and Ray Take the Crown

Nick Miraglia, Editor-in-Chief
October 8, 2014

When the Chardon High School Homecoming Court was announced this year, many were left with a very hard decision to make. Candidates for Queen were Christine Stanko, Marina Loos, Jamie Benjamin, Kelly Douglas, and Kelly Turk. Nominees for King included Nick Mysyk, Matt Gittins, Jeremy Bolton, Kyle Grimm,... Read more »

The Threat of ISIS

September 25, 2014

By James Knopp, Staff Writer “If you threaten America, there will be no safe haven” ISIS is a world terror. The radical groups commits countless acts of terrorism and threatens our very own safety. It has been a struggle to find a good solution to stop ISIS, but as of last Wednesday we are one step... Read more »

The 12th Man

September 24, 2014

By Cooper Snyder, Staff Writer In their seventh year as an organized group, the Chardon Crazies have been up to their usual antics: taking opponents by storm as an overwhelming presence, aside from the actual football team itself. Lead by senior Dillion Coughlin, the Crazies have received a countless... Read more »

CHS Movie Night

September 19, 2014

by Natalie Bukovec This upcoming Saturday, September 20th, Chardon High School is attempting something that, “has never been done before,” says English teacher and junior class adviser, Mrs. Mihalek. The event is an all school movie night that will be held at the high school football stadium from... Read more »

Class of 2014 Senior Future Plans

May 21, 2014

Here is a recap of the Class of 2014’s immediate future plans: Samantha Baierl – Will attend Smith College majoring in Engineering Chris Baldwin – Will attend the Ohio State University majoring in Engineering Hannah Bena – Will attend SUNY Fredonia, New York majoring in Music Education Bridget... Read more »

The Competition Cheerleaders are Taking Over!

Randy Davis, Editor
April 30, 2014

Some do not believe that cheerleading is a sport. They think it is just a bunch of girls who like to get dressed up in uniforms and cheer the football or basketball teams on to victory. Although that is half of cheerleading, there is another key part of it: competition cheering. One thing is for certain—it... Read more »

How to Cheat!

Holly Golden, Staff Fooler
April 1, 2014

            Tested and proven! Recently it has been proven that when applying Chap Stick of any are looking for an easy way to get through school, just simply smear the Chap Stick where you mark kind to the bubble area of scantron tests, the machine will print the answers as 100% correct. If you... Read more »

Chardon represents at Rotary four Way Speech Contest

Evan Hornyak, Staff Writer
March 21, 2014

This year Chardon’s senior Katie Goodge and junior Nick Miraglia were selected by the teachers to compete in the Rotary Four Way Speech Contest. The competition was Monday March 10, 2014, and was held at Bass Lake Tavern. In addition to the two Chardon competitors, there were two NDCL students competing.... Read more »

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