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Meet the Candidates: School Board Director

Meet the Candidates: School Board Director

Disha Chatterjee, Feature Section Editor

March 31, 2019

Candidates discussed their beliefs around central issues like Proposition E and giving students a position on the school board, as well as providing their own vision for the school district. Click below to read more! Want help deciding how to vote on Proposition E? Click to learn more about the tax levy.      ...

Student Loans?

Student Loans?

Yiyun Xu, Reporter

March 28, 2019

Student loan debt is the second highest consumer debt category in America, only trailing behind mortgage loan. It is more than both credit card and auto loans. As of 2018, the total amount of U.S. student loan debt reaches an all time high at $1.53 trillion spreading across 45 million Americans. For t...

Finals Freshmen Preparation

Finals Freshmen Preparation

Shane LaGesse, News Section Editor

March 22, 2019

Before CHS students can enjoy the freedom of winter break, they must first endure the trying finals week. While some upperclassmen begin to relax after having taken the exams before, many CHS’ newest students, the freshman class, spend the upcoming weeks stressing out over what are presented as the most important assessment they will take each ...

Those Who Came Before Us

Those Who Came Before Us

Globe Staff

March 15, 2019

Foreword Dr. Sean Doherty, Superintendent Start with the end in mind. In the development of our Clayton curricula, we use an approach called Backward Design or Understanding by Design. The fundamental formula is the development of learning goals first (the WHY), then determining methods (the HOW) f...

AUDIO: A Chat with Holly Connor

AUDIO: A Chat with Holly Connor

Reese Quinn and Sara Parietti

March 12, 2019

Reese and Sara stop by Wydown Middle School to profile Holly Connor, a student with a passion for theater and an amazing singing voice, who struggles with blindness and autism. All singing in the podcast is from clips recorded of Connor.    ...

Clayton Tax Levy

Clayton Tax Levy

Ella Cuneo, Shane LaGesse, and Kaitlyn Tran

March 8, 2019

For the first time since 2003, Clayton will be proposing an operating tax levy increase for Clayton residents to vote on in April. The School District has been considering an operating tax levy since 2012, but this year the matter had reached a point of necessity. If the operating levy is voted ...

VIDEO: The Bathroom Issue

VIDEO: The Bathroom Issue

Sean Kim, Michael Melinger, and Aaron Zoll

March 5, 2019

Magnify

Magnify

Margy Mooney

March 1, 2019

The world is filled with hardship. Issues such as climate change, racial inequality and economic disparities plague our newsfeeds. Many people believe they can’t make a difference because they only have one voice and therefore assume that others will speak up for them. Making change can seem ov...

Co-Teaching at Clayton

Co-Teaching at Clayton

Sofia Erlin, Feature Section Editor

February 27, 2019

The benefits of shared leadership have been recognized in many aspects of American life. Planes are always flown by two pilots. Policemen work in pairs. Surgeons operate in groups. The gain of having more than one person doing a job has proved to be helpful in many careers. Now, two CHS history teachers,...

Liu in China

Liu in China

Richard Cheng, Chief Digital Editor

February 21, 2019

Most Clayton High School students might spend their summer at camps, relaxing at home or on vacation. Some select, highly-motivated kids might even get a jump start on their summer homework before the first weeks of August. For Cynthia Liu, her summer culminated in a final singing performance hosted...

Algebra and Number Theory

Algebra and Number Theory

Aaron Zoll

February 12, 2019

Mr. Kleinberg's brand new "Algebra and Number Theory" mathematics class covers more advanced topics than many others, such as non-Euclidean geometry, logic and many other areas of math that curious students could not learn about in normal curriculum.

Lola Jean’s Giveback Coffee

Lola Jean’s Giveback Coffee

Abby Sucher

February 7, 2019

Lola Jean’s Giveback Coffee is a pop-up coffee shop on up-and-coming Macklind Avenue. With tasty treats such as flaky lemon turnovers and spicy pepper and basil biscuits, delicious drinks mixed with in-house made syrups, and a simple yet charming design with plenty of plants and places to sit, Lola...

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