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Athletes Participate in Austism Walk

Maci Long, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


Filed under Sports

On Friday, October 13th, 2017, at the Cape Football game, the Autism Walk took place. Walkers walked around the track one time to support Autism Awareness.  Autism is a serious developmental disorder that impairs a child's ability to communicate and interact with others. Sadly, this condition has...

Mr. Harrod Hosts German Exchange Students

Mr. Harrod Hosts German Exchange Students

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

November 24, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture, Opinion, Student Life

From October 21st to November 9th, 15 German Exchange students were assigned their classes for the day. Mr. Harrod told them where to go and at what time. The students followed their host students into their classrooms. The German exchange students came with only two chaperones and stayed with various...

Father Son Spotlight: Mr. Harrod and Jimmy Harrod

Father Son Spotlight: Mr. Harrod and Jimmy Harrod

Abby Bucklin, Editor

November 15, 2017


Filed under Spotlight

1. What is it like when you see your dad in the hallway? "I usually just say hi, it's been four years so I'm pretty used to it." -Jimmy 2. What is it like when you see your son in the hallway? "It's awesome it's like the coolest thing ever. I'm very proud and love to see him. It's definitely very...

Senator Lopez visits Cape

Senator Lopez visits Cape

Blaine Davis, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture, News

From district 6 in Delaware, Republican Ernesto Lopez is the ultimate story of the American dream.  Born in Puerto Rico, Lopez immigrated to America to as a child.  He earned his PhD in education leadership at UoD.  In 2012, he ran for state senator against democrat Liane Sorensen and won.  He still...

Class of 2020 Reacts to First Marking Period

Class of 2020 Reacts to First Marking Period

Maci Long, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture

Students at Cape this year are taking about their hardest classes this year. The class of 2020 have shares their thoughts. Sophomore, Abigail Kane states "One of my hardest classes this year is physical science. I enjoy the sciences and biology but they often come hard to me because of the numbers and...

Mrs. McKone’s Book Club

Mrs. McKone’s Book Club

Blaine Davis, Staff Writer

October 25, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture

Book lovers unite!  Mrs.  McKone, the librarian is hosting the first book club meeting.  The book club hopes to bring together bibliophiles from all around the school to meet up with each other.  The club will cover a variety of books, from fiction to nonfiction to novels.  “It's a student led...

Marching Band Plays Field Show at Vikings’ Football Games

Marching Band Plays Field Show at Vikings’ Football Games

Kareena Keswani, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture

The Pride of the Cape is the Cape Henlopen Marching Band, as told by the announcer at every football game. The marching band performs during the halftime of every football game in our stadium, and before the game at away games. The theme of the show is 60's, 70's, and 80's Rock Songs, and the songs pl...

New Teacher: Miss Jacobs

New Teacher: Miss Jacobs

Taylor Hazzard, Staff Writer

October 21, 2017


Filed under News

Miss Quinn Jacobs is a new upperclassman English teacher. She got a job as a fashion and luxury lifestyle magazine editor in Washington D.C. after working as an Honors English teacher for the Philadelphia School District for three years. However, she loved and missed teaching so much that she left the...

Meet Mrs. Khan, the Excited New Teacher

Meet Mrs. Khan, the Excited New Teacher

Blaine Davis, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

As the new school year is starting, none other than Mrs. Khan is excited for the start of the year, a new teacher. Teaching along side Ms. Cannon, she’s exited for her first year here. Ever since she was young, Mrs. Khan has wanted to teach. “I wanted to be a teacher since I was 8. It was primarily...

History of Homecoming

History of Homecoming

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor-in-Chief

October 12, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

A tradition that is repeated year after year in high schools across the nation is homecoming. Homecoming is a time for current students to display their pride for the high school that they attend. As for students that have already graduated, it is a time for them to "come home" and return back to their...

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