• Science and Success

    Science and Success

    Eliana Quiocho, Reporter

    March 13, 2017

    Intelligence and Creativeness brought success! The CHS Science Olympiad team placed in the top 10, and brought home medals in four different events at the academic competition March 4 at Clovis North. The competition consists of 23 separate events in which students demonstrate their knowledge a...

    Students Edith Navarro, Abby de Castro, Suzette de Dios, and Araceli Bernal Martinez enjoying the day at Science Olympiad.

    Edith Navarro

  • Danielle Lung: Female Player of the Year

    Danielle Lung: Female Player of the Year

    Allyson Dyck, Reporter

    February 17, 2017

    Clovis High School junior softball player Danielle Lung accepted the Guz Zernial Female Player of the Year award on February 2. She received the honor from the Fresno Hot Stove which is run by the Fresno Grizzlies. They along with the media select a player of the year based on his or her season last...

    Danielle Lung with San Francisco Giants bullpen coach Mark Gardner

    Danielle Lung

  • College-bound Cougar athletes celebrate Signing Day once again

    College-bound Cougar athletes celebrate Signing Day once again

    Haley Warner, Sports Editor

    February 3, 2017

    Five college-bound Cougar athletes celebrated Signing Day, signing their national letter of intent, Wednesday, February 3. The student athletes that were involved in this celebration included: track and field athlete Jonah Wilson, University of Washington; volleyball player Zevan Williams, UC Irvine; ...

    Five Cougars singing their National Letters of Intent. (Left to right: track and field athlete Jonah Wilson, University of Washington; volleyball player Zevan Williams, UC Irvine; soccer player Stacia Williams, Fresno Pacific University; soccer player Logan Pattie, Fresno Pacific University; and soccer player Emily Murrell, Mount Marty College in South Dakota)

    Dawn Vizzolini

  • Students show support to Clovis PD

    Students show support to Clovis PD

    Kenny Blowers, Reporter

    January 27, 2017

    Three CHS students volunteered their time to bring donuts, coffee, and pizza January 9 to the Clovis Police Department to give thanks for all their hard work. Seniors Holly Ravizza, Hannah Ravizza, and Ashley Carter all went to bring four dozen donuts, coffee, and pizza to night shift workers. In a...

News

Every 15 Minutes

Gracie McKesson, Reporter

During third period on April 3rd, Clovis High juniors and seniors gathered around Lamonica stadium to witness a drunk driving collision as part of the program “Every 15 Minutes.” Johnny Fisher, California Highway Patrol Pub...

April 19, 2017No Comments

9th Annual Special Education Dinner

My-Hien Langton, Reporter

The 9th Annual CUSD Special Education Dinner and Auction took place Friday March 24 from 6:00pm-11:00pm at the Clovis Veterans Memorial District. Live music and auctions occurred throughout the night. Attendees must be...

April 19, 2017No Comments

Senior Kaitlyn Russo to Compete at State Science Fair

Abigail de Castro, Editor-In-Chief

Senior Kaitlyn Russo’s Science Fair project on The Effect Vertical Gardens on Soil Quality  has qualified her to move to the state level, and will be competing on April 24-26 at the California Science Fair, in Los Angeles. ...

April 7, 2017No Comments

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Sports

The last Signing Day for the Class of 2017

Haley Warner, Sports Editor

The third and final National Signing Day for the class of 2017’s student-athletes took place on Wednesday, April 19 on the Cougars’ campus as well as others in Clovis Unified. The six student athletes that took part in t...

April 21, 2017No Comments

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Opinion

Flight, Fight, or Film

Megan Dean, Reporter

The bystanders effect is by definition the denial to intervene or help a victim in the presence of others.  Also known as bystander apathy, the bystander effect has become obvious in today’s society. H...

April 19, 2017No Comments

Tips for Getting Hired

April 7, 2017

Clovis: #1 Place to Raise a Family

April 7, 2017

Seasonal Illness: Spring Fever

March 29, 2017

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  • Lion: A Tale of Discovery

    The 2016 Oscars were notorious for their lack of diversity. This year, the Oscars found themselves filled with diverse actors, stories, and styles. Li...

  • A Tale as Old as Time Classic takes on Theaters Once More

    Disney’s “Tale as Old as Time” movie, Beauty and The Beast, waltzed into theaters once more March 17. The recreation of the classic storyline ch...

  • This is Us

    In a television world full of shows where profanity, good gone bad, and sex appeal are core elements of their plot, a TV show centered around fixing a...

  • Kehler’s Surprise Preformance

    Clovis High School’s production of Peter Pan on January 28 ended with an extra special song for the school’s drama teacher Susan Kehler. Peter Pan...

  • “La La Land”: A Dazzling Musical

    Hollywood made a bold move with its first original musical in years. And luckily for Hollywood it was a move well played. “La La Land” had all...

  • Peter Pan: The Play that will Never Grow Old

    I was left speechless after watching the school’s production of Peter Pan this last weekend. Was it the hilarious pirate band that did it? Perhaps i...

  • Fitting Into A New Place

    For the most part, much of Clovis High’s student population is made up of locals and students who were born and raised in the Central Valley. Thi...

  • Rogue One

    The Star Wars franchise has brought different possessions and goods for fans like enticing television shows, memorabilia, gifts, and movies. Star W...

  • Disney’s Newest Princess: Moana

    Disney made yet another animated masterpiece with its latest feature film, Moana, released to theaters November 26. Directed by John Musker and Ro...

  • The Journey to the Top!

    The Journey to the Top!

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