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Monday, May 13, 2013 Announcements for Monday, May 13, 2013 Seniors: Please check the attachment for important information regarding graduation. All graduating seniors need to see Mrs. Lee during their lunch or on their way to or from the Career Academy either Monday or Tuesday, the 13th or 14th. She will be outside of the [...]
As defined by their weapons policy, the Clarke County School District has zero tolerance for any object that can cause harm to a student at school.
Concussions have become a serious issue in all levels and types of sports, leaving the health of athletes at risk.
When I first stepped into Clarke Central High School, I knew I had some big shoes to fill because everyone knew my siblings who graduated from CCHS in 2009 and 2011
Students motivated to excel academically are able to face challenges such as the Move On When Ready program.
On Jan. 2, the Clarke County School District informed schools of a policy change. Starting the 2011-12 spring semester, all final exams count as 20 percent of a student’s class grade.
Clarke Central High School is celebrating the use and importance of technology with Teen Tech Week.
Photos from the Feb. 22 baseball game against Oglethorpe County High School.
Walking into Los Compadres, you can quickly grasp the welcoming Latino culture…
Photos from the CCHS vs. OCHS varsity boys soccer game on Feb. 21.
The photography staff’s pick for our photo of the week.
The recent uncovering of a long-standing sex scandal within the staff of Joe Paterno leave many questioning the coach’s legacy.
Fantasy Football leagues have captivated a crowd of football fanatics.
Athens-Clarke County’s Downtown Parade of Lights began at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1. Beginning on the corner of Dougherty and Pulaski Streets and concluding in front of City Hall, the
Clarke Central High School English department teacher Marlana Street is recognized for helping her students achieve their best.
The upgraded technology at Clarke Central High School leaves some students without personal home technology at a disadvantage.
The ODYSSEY staff’s take on the breakup of the popular Athens-based band R.E.M.
The wrestling team’s annual meat fundraiser is going on now. Grab yours today!
Clarke Central High School now provides extra time for students to study or receive remediation for certain classes.
New policies have been implemented for the new 2011-2012 school year. However, for Clarke Central, these policies seem to do more hard than good.