Month: November 2018

Fall Sports Banquet: Review

The sports season has come to a close, and that means that the Fall Sports Banquet came once again. Monday, November 26 was an evening of family, families, friends, and of looking back on the accomplishments of Jaguars across teams. Student athletes gathered together with their coaches and parents on Monday evening to say goodbye […]

Where Should Sam Stand?

On August 11, 2017, the devastating Charlottesville riots took place leaving catastrophic results. Originally called the “Unite the Right” rally, it was supposed to be a rally supporting White Supremacy, Neo-Nazism, Anti-Semitism, and other similar views. During this rally, counter-protesters arrived at the original rally. This led to violence among the two groups, many resulting […]

Huge Shift in The Art Department

At the end of the 2017-2018 school year, Carrboro High School’’s beloved chorus teacher, Kay Johnson, retired. Johnson worked as the Chorus and Orchestra teacher at the school for 11 years, since 2007. Her retirement left two open positions in the music/art department. Carrboro hired Valerie Puhala to serve in the vacant chorus position. Puhala […]

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