Over the winter break, fences were added around Clarke Central High School’s perimeter. Principal Marie Yuran discusses the future of security for CCHS and the plan to secure the school and manage student traffic.
In the final stages of Clarke Central High School’s reconstruction, the James Crawford Memorial Arena has been completed. The gym is now in used for sports including basketball and indoor soccer.
Clarke Central High School “goes green” with new, ecologically-friendly features incorporated in the building’s renovation.
As Clarke Central High School’s renovations come to a close after two years, CCHS Principal Marie Yuran discusses the measures the administration team is taking to keep the school secure.
As of fall 2016, Clarke Central High School has been almost completely renovated. However, vandalism has already begun to take its toll on the building.
Clarke Central High School’s band has moved multiple times, but will be moving one final time into their new building during the summer of 2016.
The ODYSSEY Media Group, Clarke Central High School’s news source, will be moving into their new space next year.
Construction is renovating Clarke Central High School to be more sustainable and to last for years to come.
As the school year comes to an end, Clarke Central High School principal Dr. Robbie P. Hooker reflects on the year.
As construction workers plans are pushed back due to rain, students at Clarke Central High School are appreciating a quieter school environment.
Due to the ongoing construction at Clarke Central High School this year, the Advanced Placement exams will be given at an alternative site.
The sections of the new JROTC building features different classrooms, storages and displays. “I feel like I can escape from all the school drama when I come out here,” junior Frankie Smith said. “Its so different from the rest of the school.” Photos by Trent Slutzky. For years, Clarke Central High School’s JROTC program has…
Due to under-use and renovations, Clarke Central High School students face the advantages and disadvantages of not having lockers this year.
Over Clarke Central High School’s Winter Break construction around the school continued.
The new Clarke Central High School media center will begin its reconstruction on Dec. 11. The new library will accommodate many beneficial resources and characteristics.
The construction of the new science wing is projected to be completed by Jan. of the 2014-2015 school year. These renovations will move the science wing, which is currently on the third floor of the main building to the first floor of the West Wing.
Construction on the new media center will begin in Spring of 2015.
Four weeks into the school year, construction continues to affect Clarke Central High School students. Students have found that navigating from class to class is not an easy task.