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posted Mar 6, 2018, 9:54 AM by Rachel Ward

CSHS hosts a senior vs. faculty game where the senior girls play against the female staff in volleyball and the boys play against the males in basketball. This year’s games are set to take place today  starting at 7 p.m.

“The games are fun to watch and entertaining,” senior Morgan Koster said.

Senior faculty games are a fun way to involve both students and teachers to have fun and raise money for the senior class. It is a fun opportunity for all of the student body to watch the seniors battle against teachers as their final year of high school is coming to an end.  



‘Small town, big dreams’ yearbook sales


As the school year is coming to an end, students may want to remember their memories while in high school. The CSHS yearbook class is selling 2017-2018 yearbooks for $30 during first and second lunches the week of March 5-9.

“This year’s yearbook is a good opportunity to look back on high school,” junior and editor-in-chief Lexi Fisher said.




“Murder of Scarecrows” performance approaching

The drama department at CSHS has worked hard since December putting together the school play, “Murder of Scarecrows” by Pat Cook. This year’s play is supposed to leave the audience in suspense throughout the play.

“The thing I’m looking forward this year is all the different personalities there are on the cast and the element of surprise in this play,” sophomore Amy Zoglmann said.


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