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Making The Right Choice For High School

Making The Right Choice For High School

Justine Samaha

March 28, 2011

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AAPS Has Changed the Teacher Evaluation Plan

Acer Xu

March 28, 2011

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In an attempt to get funding from “Race to the Top”, the Obama Administration’s new educational reform initiative, the state of Michigan has passed several laws related to educational reform. One of the new laws requires...

Spoonful of Suger: Aviation

Eli Sugerman

March 28, 2011

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People often share similar childhood experiences and rites of passage. Many of these are “first-time” childhood experiences like riding a bike, going sledding or taking your first flight in an airplane. For many, the exhilaration...

CHS Students and Staff Share Scar Stories

Clare Lauer

March 28, 2011

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Kevin Davis His was the result of a tussel with a friend ... over a girl. Left with an ‘ear’-reversible scar, Community Assistant Kevin Davis recalls his freshman year disaster. Sporting a fad from his high school days, ...

CHS Graduate Part of Emmy Winning Team

CHS Graduate Part of Emmy Winning Team

Ella Bourland and Helen Januszewski

March 17, 2011

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Scarlett Middle School Collaborates With The University of Michigan

Rose Lee

January 25, 2011

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The University of Michigan has set out a proposal for a partnership with Mitchell Elementary School and Scarlett Middle School. There are two goals of the proposal: to give the undergrads at the university an opportunity to ex...

Students use Lunch Break for Learning

Clare Lauer & Jordan Siden

January 11, 2011

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As students pour out from the double doors onto the back lawn, you stay inside, and head to a classroom. You have 50 minutes. While most CHS students enjoy a leisurely lunch period, others find themselves in classrooms, finishing...

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