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A Change in Lifestyles

Lydia Sweetney, Staff
October 2, 2015 • 327 views
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"It is not your right—based on YOUR traditions, YOUR customs and YOUR habits—to deny animals THEIR freedom so you can harm them, enslave them and kill them. That’s not what rights are about. That’s injustice" - Gary Yourofsky (pledgevegan.com). Over the years it is evident that eating anima...

Getting to Know Mr. Pennington

Getting to Know Mr. Pennington

John Jacobson, Staff
September 30, 2015 • 351 views
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Starting his 43rd year in education, Mr. Larry Pennington is excited to start his first year TAM-teaching (team approach to mastery) American History. Although Mr. Pennington has been at Cape since 2006, he has been a one-on-one para-professional teacher up until this point, and has been in the social...

Introducing Ms. Thompson

Introducing Ms. Thompson

Justin Mahoney, Staff
September 24, 2015 • 393 views
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One of the newest members of the CHHS family is Ms. Thompson. Having just started this school year, it seemed only right to ask her about herself, as well as her opinions on the school. Here's what she had to say:   Q: Being new to the high school, what is your opinion on how it's r...

New Baby Here!

New Baby Here!

Jose Arroyo-Camacho, Staff
September 24, 2015 • 259 views
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Recently, there was a brand new baby boy born into this world. He was born on July 17, 2015. Mr. Cawthern and his wife waited to find out about the sex of the baby until the day of the birth. On that day, they were happy because it was boy. They named the baby boy Dane; it was short for dangerous beca...

Q & A With Mrs. Mushrush

Q & A With Mrs. Mushrush

Emma Dijkstra, Staff
September 22, 2015 • 444 views
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This summer, Mrs. Mushrush had a baby. I had a couple of questions for her! Q: When did you have the baby? A: I had my baby on the 10th of June, right after one of the half days for final exams. Q: What is his/her name? A: His name is Graham Alexander. Q: Did the students ever make any co...

Strollathon For Rett’s Syndrome

Zac Macfarland, Staff Writer
June 12, 2015 • 598 views
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On June 20th 2015, there is a scheduled "Strollathon for Rett's". The location of the walk has not yet been announced, it is said to be that the walk will either be at the Rehoboth Boardwalk or the Cape Henlopen State Park. The Strollathon will be approximately 1.o mile long and will begin at 11:00 A.M....

Reflections by Mr. Cerf

Reflections by Mr. Cerf

Sam Johnson, Staff Writer
June 9, 2015 • 435 views
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As Mr. Robert Cerf finishes up his 14th year here at Cape, he reflects on his love for his job and his students. "I enjoy spending my work days sharing my past experiences with my students in order to help them learn," Mr. Cerf said. With 19 years of teaching experience, Mr. Cerf is an expert at balancing...

Poltergeist Review

Poltergeist Review

Uly Slagle, Writer
June 9, 2015 • 421 views
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Poltergeist is a new film, based on an older film released in 1982. This new movie is about a family moving into a new home built on an old graveyard. The spirits are trapped under the house and the only way they could get out is through the little girl who got pulled into a portal that led her to a...

Shark Attacks Little Boy While Wading

Shark Attacks Little Boy While Wading

Sarah Hunsicker, Staff
June 9, 2015 • 513 views
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As the temperatures turn from cold to warm as summer rolls around the corner, many threats are coming ashore. Most of the threats are important in the coastal areas, such as tourists and sunburns. But shark attacks can also come into play. On June 7th, a relaxing day at Cocoa Beach, Florida, turned...

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