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Elves Promote Local Shopping Initiative

Elves Promote Local Shopping Initiative

November 30, 2015

The holidays are among us! Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s are all quickly approaching. And you know what that means . . . shopping! New this year, the Chamber’s Business Promotion Committee has ...

The Steel Drum Band’s Generous Gift

Taneen Momeni and Raymond Mason

November 20, 2015

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CHS’ Steel Drum Band performed at the Sisters of the Mission Helpers 150th Anniversary Concert with the BSO OrchKids November 7. The Sisters of the Mission Helpers is an organization in Towson, MD that helps the hearing-impaired, women seeking asylum, the homeless, and anyone thirsting for the gospel. The OrchKids, the other musical group that performed, is an organization of aspiring performers in Baltimore City from ...

Catonsville High Arts and Crafts Fair…How Creative!

Catonsville High Arts and Crafts Fair…How Creative!

November 20, 2015

November 14, 2015 was a day where creators and artists could come to Catonsville High School and put their artwork or put items from their business out for sale. The 23rd annual Arts and Crafts fair hel...

Catonsville High Speech and Debate Team Wins at Tournament

Catonsville High Speech and Debate Team Wins at Tournament

November 20, 2015

On October 24, the CHS Speech and Debate team competed at the second Baltimore Catholic Forensics League competition, and two students were awarded second and first prizes,  an achievement for the team a...

12 Angry Jurors Produced as Fall Drama

12 Angry Jurors Produced as Fall Drama

November 20, 2015

The drama 12 Angry Jurors, adapted from 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose, is about a 1954 homicide trial, and the unique jury that must decide the fate of those involved. English teacher Lauren Gill dire...

Phone Policy Change Gets Mixed Reception

Phone Policy Change Gets Mixed Reception

November 10, 2015

Pretty much every single teenager as of 2015 has a cell phone, so every student wants to have his or her phones out during class. And this can cause problems. To get on their phones students sneak th...

Ambassadors Promote Safe Schools

Rayner Reinhardt, Staff Writer

November 10, 2015

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The cliche example of high school is the harsh atmosphere that flows through the halls, the classrooms and even the cafeteria. We’ve all seen it before on TV,  in movies, and in books. Whether or not this is always true, the Safe Schools Ambassadors Program (SSA) takes initiative to prevent it and keep it out of our school. SSA works across the nation in a variety of elementary, middle, and high schools. CHS has intr...

Agendas Return to Awaiting Students

Agendas Return to Awaiting Students

October 23, 2015

Student agendas, missing for the 2014-2015 school year, are back at CHS. They were missed by students, parents, and teachers, so the administration decided to bring them back. “We got rid of agend...

New Band Brings Prep to CHS

Raymond Mason, Staff Writer

October 23, 2015

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A Pep Band, new to the school this year, was created in hopes of getting the crowd at all the games into the Comet Spirit. Run by a volunteer named Tadd Russo, it may not be a drumline, but the kids in the band don't care; they are just happy to be in the band. Some only are in it for something else to put on college resume. Others care about their effect on school spirit. Mr. Russo has a well known background in ...

Bullying Must Go, According to Students

Bullying Must Go, According to Students

October 23, 2015

            The week of October 5th through October 9th was Bullying Prevention week in  all Baltimore County Public Schools. The SGA, led by adviser Summer Miller, organized most of this week. ...

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