Wear nothing. Wear everything. Be you! That’s a fashion statement for the rest of your life.
The featured workshop this April, is the new culinary workshop. The workshop is a new idea, which will take place next 2018-2019 school year. The workshop leader has not yet been chosen, but it will possibly be a new teacher who will start teaching at charter next year. The culinary workshop will focus on learning […]
Big Time Rush, a boy band known mostly for their Nickelodeon 2009 kids show, made a return with their new EP, Big Time Return. It was announced on band leader James Maslow’s twitter, saying “I’m glad to say that Big Time Rush is returning for one last record. It will release on December 9, 2017! […]
As you guys know, the school has spent a lot of money on moving to the new high school, but they used too much money, and they are now in debt. If you would like to know how much money they owe the owners of the building, it is $2,347.29. Don’t worry though, they got […]
The teacher of the month is me. Louise Benning. Have a nice day.
This month, a critical issue within Charter has arisen and the students are in uproar. New clubs and sports teams have been popping up all around Charter since September. Some more recent ones are Key Club and boy’s volleyball. Though the pool of extracurriculars is large, that doesn’t stop Charter from creating its very own […]
Nickelodeon, doing to recent soaring popularity of its 2000’s sitcom “Drake and Josh,” has greenlit a new show entitled “Josh and Drake.” This new show will be remasters of classic episodes, except they are upside down, and with the original stunt doubles instead of the actual actors. The show will be streamed in beautiful 240p […]
They’re entirely opinion based. Who cares what I have to say? Not me, and probably not you. I do this anyway because the Journalism Workshop has yet to set me free and I need to pay my dues. Why 10? It’s such an arbitrary number. Numbers don’t have meanings except those we’ve assigned them to. […]
Dear Administrators, In every school there is some form of dress code to keep a stress and distraction-free learning environment, and in order to maintain that we NEED to ban male jean shorts, otherwise known as “jorts.” Not only do they demonstrate bad taste but they are a safety concern considering that every time […]
To combat the influx of student drivers and parents setting up camp in student parking, SSCPS students will now have to pay to reserve a weekly parking spot. Starting after April break, students will have to pay $10 every Monday, to reserve themselves a parking spot for the upcoming week. If students are unable to […]