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March 5 episode of The Jungle

Watch the March 5 episode of The Jungle written, edited, and produced by the HS Journalism, HS Cat Scratch, and JH Video Productions classes.

Chess team begins practicing

By Bricen Benyshek CHS Journalism student Chess practice started Tuesday, September 15, and the team is preparing for both online and in-person tournaments. Chess tournaments could be online or in person this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Tournaments that are online may have some challenges.  For example, tournaments may require more supervision to prevent

Choir students selling trash bags

by Madison Meyer CHS Journalism student The Concordia Junior-Senior High School Chamber Choir started selling trash bags on September 14, and they will be selling them until September 28. The trash bag sales are used as a fundraiser for the choir trip students go on once every four years. Choir instructor Ms.McCabe said, “I hope

Get to Know the Homecoming Candidates

by Jenna McFadden CHS Journalism student Fall 2020 Homecoming Candidates: From left to right: Zoe Bechard, Nick Vignery, Teresa Barnes, Dylan Thoman, Chloe Conway, Chas Carlgren, Wyatt Trost, Terin Rundus, Sajen Kemling, and Kendall Reynolds. The students at CHS will be voting for homecoming king and queen this week. Get to know the candidates better

Students collaborate to create weekly news show

by Bricen Benyshek and Jesika Bisnette CHS Journalism students Concordia Jr-Sr High School’s journalism class has started working on a new weekly news broadcast called “The Jungle”. The project is a collaboration between the journalism students and the Cat Scratch video production students. The first episode debuted Friday, September 4 during PAWS. Sophomore journalism student Jenna

Student Council to Host Sand Volleyball Tournament

by Jenna McFadden HS Journalism Student The Student Council will be hosting a sand volleyball tournament on September 5. The tournament will begin at 4 P.M. at the Concordia Sports Complex. The forms to sign up are on the student council bulletin board by the high school main office. Teams must have six total players