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The debate between paper and pencil and digital learning is essential to the modern day. CHS students share their opinions

iClassroom

Alison Booth, Reporter February 3, 2023

With the constant increase in the integration of digital tools into the classroom, students have many options and opportunities to fine-tune their learning techniques. However, electronic classrooms are...

Norman, a puppy available for adoption at the APA poses for a photo.

The Plight of the Puppies

Alex Cohen and Caitlin Kuhlmann January 24, 2023

Clayton High School junior William Konradi began volunteering at the St. Louis County Animal Care and Control (ACC) animal shelter in the summer of 2021, at the suggestion of his mother. They chose the...

Image of the Missouri Capital Building in Jefferson City, Missouri.

“Children are Slipping Through the Cracks”

Alex Slen and Ivy Slen January 24, 2023

Dominic James Dominic James's death was likely preventable. In the early days of summer 2002, police were called to the home of Sidney James and Stephanie Ford. According to court documents, they found...

Photo by Andy Mabbett

The Shift of Chinas Zero Covid Policy

Kennedy Anderson, Reporter January 24, 2023

 November, the laws and rules of China's ‘Zero Covid’ policy were still aggressive and strong. Just a month later, in December, there was a total change in law and policy regarding Covid in China....

Snowy winter landscape.

The Significance of Seasonal Sadness

Mira Stahlheber, Madeline Jeans, and Alyssa Blanke January 19, 2023

During a certain season, some may notice their friends, family, and even themselves becoming more depressed. According to Boston University, around 10 million Americans are affected by seasonal depression....

CHS Senior and Speech and Debate President Alice Wang helps to run Speech and Debates Clayton Fall Classic tournament.

Empowered Learning

Alex Cohen and Ivy Slen January 12, 2023

Glenridge Elementary fifth grader Tommy Castellano had a genius plan to make the playground at his school more inclusive. He created this plan with a group of his classmates for his Agents of Change project...

The Complex of Overnight Activities

The Complex of Overnight Activities

December 13, 2022

“I loved going on overnight activities for high school clubs like Speech and Debate or Robotics. I felt like the best team bonding always happened on these trips… They left me with great memories and...

How does the election affect High School Students?

Kennedy Anderson, Reporter December 6, 2022

 The midterm election that took place in November of 2022 caused some major changes in Missouri and the country. This change takes place in many ways, both through new laws and social means. Most students...

Susan Sherman presenting DVF with the St. Louis Fashion Funds highest award. 
Photo Provided by Joan Berkman

Profile of a Graduate: Samantha Roman

Ivy Slen, Review Section Editor November 16, 2022

“We like to say that fashion is as important to the fabric of St  Louis as baseball and beer,” said Susan Sherman, President of The St. Louis Fashion Fund. The St. Louis Fashion Fund works to help...

6th Grade Camp: Back Two Years Later

Mira Stahlheber and Samuel Sun November 9, 2022

The name Sherwood Forest carries a plethora of emotions for anyone who attended Wydown during 6th grade. Ranging from homesickness to utter joy, every child had their own unique experience. With Covid...

CHS students become stressed after missing school for sick days, holidays, and extracurriculars.

The Problem with Missing School

November 9, 2022

A month into the school year, my dad, my sister, and I were both in the kitchen eating breakfast. I could not breathe through my nose, and my sister’s eye had been red for two days. Between sips of coffee,...

CHS Social Studies Teacher Daniel Glossenger instructs his AP Economics class.

Attention on Retention

Alex Cohen and Charlie Meyers November 4, 2022

  “It’s very difficult to be a teacher in this day and age,” said Michele Augustin, the Director of Teacher Education and Academic Services at Washington University. States and school districts...

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