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 »

Chardon Academic Decathlon Team Headed to Nationals

Andrew Drake, Staff Writer
March 10, 2014

Last Saturday, the Chardon High Academic Decathlon team placed second in the state meet out of nine teams, sending them to nationals, which will be held on April 25. The Academic Decathalon team meets in zero period, which means coming to Chardon High almost an hour before school.  Despite this early... Read more »

Heart to Heart: Bring Together the Generations

Ryan Watts and Holly Golden, staff writers
March 4, 2014

On the date of February 14, 2014, the students from Chardon Highschools’s TLC class held a dance for the senior citizens of the community. It was held at the ChardonUnitedMethodistChurch and over 70 seniors attended the event. The students from the National honors society helped with setting up and... Read more »

Vigil for Remembrance

Holly Golden, Staff Writer
February 11, 2014

It has been two years since our tragedy that had left our community wounded.  In those two years a lot has transpired, both at home in our own town and around the world.  Through all of the destruction and wrong happening in the world, the Chardon community united and its heart grew. We were able to... Read more »

Super Bowl Commercials

Jason Janda, Staff Writer
February 10, 2014

Last Sunday, over 111 million people watched the NFL Super Bowl, where the Seattle Seahawks crushed the Denver Broncos, 43-8. The commercials, however, were exciting parts for many of the people watching was Every year almost 200 million dollars are spent on ads that go on during the game. Ad executives... Read more »

Winter Olympics Come to Russia

Andrew Drake, staff writer
February 3, 2014

This year, over 2,500 athletes from 90 countries will come to the Russian city of Sochi to compete in the 2014 Winter Olympics. The games will start on February 6th, with the opening ceremonies on the 7th and the Olympics will end on the 24th.   The opening and closing ceremonies will be held in Fisht... Read more »

Jill Cressman & Randy Davis, Editors
January 14, 2014

Where can you glow under the black lights, get Chill Blasted with refreshing mist, and dance for hours? The Chardon High School Winter dance, of course! This year, Student Council will be hosting a black light dance on Saturday, February 1st from 7 to 11 P.M. The same DJ from Zone Entertainment who worked... Read more »

Heisman Watch

Joe Connick, staff writer
December 17, 2013

            After a great 15 weeks (13 games) of exciting, thrilling, and intense college football the Heisman finalists have finally been announced. The Heisman finalists are Jameis Winston (QB) from FloridaState, Andre Williams (RB) from BostonCollege, Tre Mason (RB) from Auburn, Johnny... Read more »

Uncover Project Linus

Jillian Cressman, Editor-in-Chief
December 9, 2013

              Every Tuesday after school, one may see a group of people chatting and listening to snazzy music in Mrs. Ricci’s room. No, they are not having a party; they are making blankets for Project Linus. Whether they are crocheted, knitted, quilted, or tied, each of the blankets... Read more »

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