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Tiernan O’Neill gives his commentary on the documentary “Hungry for change.”
The program Jobs for Georgia Graduates promotes the development of employment and other necessary skills for post-secondary education for seniors at Clarke Central High School.
The Clarke Central High School Relay for Life team has exceeded their goal for donations – raising over $5000 – for the 2011-12 school year.
“…And on the second page of the syllabus, you need to make a change. Final exams are now worth 20 percent.”
Wait? What!? Oh, I get it! These are a few reactions heard within the halls, cafeteria and classrooms at Clarke Central High School in response to Curriculum Assistance Program department teachers Dr. Michele Burch and Tiffani Knight’s twist on lunch duty.
Clarke Central High School English department teacher Marlana Street is recognized for helping her students achieve their best.
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.
Some students at Clarke Central High School believe that Dress for Success Wednesdays will have a more negative effect in their learning environment.
Future student graduates at Clarke Central High School feel a constant pressure to make decisions based on the messages coming from the heart versus their socioeconomic status.
Relay for Life 2011 In this year’s fight against cancer, students at Clarke Central High School went above and beyond the call of duty to raise over $3,000 dollars for Relay for Life. Students at CCHS contributed in many different ways to reach their $3,000 goal. Eliza Rothstein and Dory MacMillan spearheaded the cause by organizing [...]