Eric Garner speaks out about #MSDStrong documentary
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR In the aftermath of the shooting tragedy that took 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD), the broadcast production program at the school began the process of recovering – by going back to work. “What do I do? How do I try to live... Read more
Moments in time: A thespians showcase
BY ANNABELLE ROSA On April 12, the CCHS thespians took to the stage, this time accompanied by the Acting 1 classes of club sponsor and acting teacher, Aaron Barton. The show was initially fixated on the concept of “30 in 60 minutes.” This concept entailed a projection of 30... Read more
CCHS publications take over FSPA States
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN For many CCHS Cowboys, there are certain defining weekends throughout their four years at CCHS. For the thrill-seekers, it’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios. For the aspiring entrepreneurs, it’s DECA Nationals. But for journalism and broadcast students, one weekend that stands out from the rest... Read more
Varsity winter guard takes home third place at South Florida Winter Guard Association Championships
BY KENDYL COUNTS In an emotional end to their 2018 season, the CCHS varsity winter guard claimed third place at the South Florida Winter Guard Association Championships (SFWGA) on Saturday, April 7. Competition day started bright and early; by 7 a.m. guard members had gathered in the CCHS mini... Read more
Key Club travels to Orlando for annual district conference, brings back talent show trophy
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE The District Education and Leadership Conference (DCON) is home to members of Key Club dedicated to service. Held at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Florida, the conference was put on for the 80th time in the Florida Key Club district. This year’s convention theme... Read more
Thespians prepare for new showcase
BY ANNABELLE ROSA* On April 12, the CCHS Thespians will be performing their second showcase of the year. Their first showcase, which took place in January, was titled “The Greatest Showcase,” a pun that references the movie “The Greatest Showman” and highlighted many of the performances that students brought... Read more
Faculty and staff meet over meatballs
BY CASEY CHAPTER After the last bell rang on Thursday, CCHS faculty and staff gathered in the cafeteria for a meatball tasting. Teachers paid $10 per person to attend and participated by tasting three different meatball recipes made by CCHS staff. The proceeds from this event will be contributed... Read more
CCHS Varsity Winter Guard takes home first place at two local competitions
BY KENDYL COUNTS With their emotional show “Fly On,” the CCHS Varsity Winter Guard is soaring through the 2017-2018 season, reaching new heights with their high-scoring performances. Of the three competitions that the varsity winter guard has attended, they have received first place at competitions held at Flanagan High... Read more
Monkey business in South Florida: Dania vervet monkey found in Cooper City
BY SOPHIA WENGIER Cooper City is welcoming a new visitor this week, one which has brought surprise, excitement and fear to residents. A monkey has travelled all the way from Dania Beach to Cooper City and surrounding areas, making appearances in the backyards of many. The monkey, named Mikey,... Read more
Herff Jones brings ring ceremony to CCHS juniors
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR CCHS juniors who had ordered their class rings months prior finally had the opportunity to receive them in a ceremony hosted by Herff Jones on Tuesday, March 13 in the auditorium. “The finger ring is a mark of distinction,” class Treasurer Alexa Pichardo said. “It represents... Read more