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Kolbe O’Donell Student Spotlight

Chase Morris, Staff Writer
October 28, 2016 • 229 views
Filed under Student Life

Sophomore Kolbe O'Donnell is a new student. Kolbe moved here this summer from Point Pleasant, New Jersey, a town he said at times seemed like a ghost town. Kolbe relocated to Delaware because his parents retired here and it is much cheaper to live here than in New Jersey, especially with no sales tax...

Young People Captivated By First Presidential Debate

Young People Captivated By First Presidential Debate

Katie Redefer, Editor
October 13, 2016 • 420 views
Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase

On Monday, September 26th, the first Presidential Debate between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and businessman Donald Trump took place at 9pm. The moderator for the debate was Lester Holt, who established that the three categories throughout the debate would be Achieving Prosperity, America's...

Black Lives Matter: A group protesting racism or a violent group of rioters?

Black Lives Matter: A group protesting racism or a violent group of rioters?

Chase Morris, Staff Writer
October 13, 2016 • 321 views
Filed under Opinion

Many protests have recently turned violent, leading to chaos and crime, and in the past have led to riots in the city of Baltimore. The issue around these protests typically involves a white police officer shooting a black individual who may have not needed to be shot. Many groups have come together...

2nd Annual Senior Art Showcase

2nd Annual Senior Art Showcase

Chloe Fluharty, Staff
May 17, 2016 • 350 views
Filed under A&E

The 2nd Annual Senior Art Showcase was on April 14th at M2 in Rehoboth. This art show included things such as live demonstrations and art made by the students. Students from every grade participated but it was mostly about the seniors. Even though it was called the Senior Art Showcase, all studen...

FCCLA Competition

FCCLA Competition

Chloe Fluharty, Staff
May 2, 2016 • 326 views
Filed under Student Life

On March 8th, the FCCLA club went to Dover Downs for a competition. FCCLA stands for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. This club is run by Mrs. Aiken, Mrs. Marvel, and Mrs. Cornell. This is a program that follows the family and consumer sciences pathway and teaches leadership. At thi...

After: The Rachel’s Challenge Event

After: The Rachel’s Challenge Event

Kelly Granger, Staff
April 28, 2016 • 277 views
Filed under Student Life

On March 18th, students and staff went to the Lewes School and participated in a "chain reaction." The event was called Chain Reaction Day, but it's linked with Rachel's Challenge which is about Rachel Scott, the first student to be killed in the Columbine High School shooting in 1999. Darrell Scott,...

Before The Rachel’s Challenge Event

Before The Rachel’s Challenge Event

Kelly Granger, Staff
March 21, 2016 • 347 views
Filed under Opinion, Student Life

A couple of freshman are going to the Rachel's Challenge on March 18 at the Henlopen Hotel. They all have different thoughts about, what the event is going to be like. "I think its going to be about sharing your story with others." said freshman Justin Wheeler. Justin wants to go to the trip because...

Fun Fit Club

Fun Fit Club

Kelly Granger, Staff Writer
March 17, 2016 • 311 views
Filed under Student Life

Mrs. Soucy works in the Wellness Center as a dietician and she created the fun Fit Club three years ago. The Fit Club's president is Senior Lily Mallon. At first, she was the only member - then more people were curious about it and joined. Everyone is welcome to attend but make sure to have a ride home...

Capes Black History Month Program

Capes Black History Month Program

Kelly Granger, Staff
March 15, 2016 • 297 views
Filed under Student Life

The black history month is known as a African-American month in America because it's for the remembrance of important people and events. Black history month is in February because in 1926, Carter G. Woodson and the association for the study of Negro life and history announced the second week of February...

Cape Henlopen JROTC Semester’s Best

Cape Henlopen JROTC Semester’s Best

March 15, 2016 • 434 views
Filed under Student Life

​The Cape Henlopen High School JROTC program attended a school board meeting on Thursday March 10th; at this meeting 6 cadets were recognized as the semester’s best and there were two special recognitions! Each cadet got a promotion at the ceremoy! The following were awarded to: c/MAJ Jade Jefferson...

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