Best of SNO

#28
2019-2020
Distinguished Sites Rank for
Carlisle High School
15
Published Stories for
Carlisle High School
in 2019-2020
#43
2019-2020
Best of SNO Rank for
Carlisle High School
Stories from Carlisle High School
Not adding up to success: We need to set new grade expectations
Opinions

Carter Smith | April 19, 2019

Graduating high school is a substantial accomplishment, but some students are able to do so without putting in much effort. In the Carlisle Area School District, there is a major flaw in our grading system…

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Parlez-vous Francais? Alwine to spend a year abroad in France
News

Ellie Knapp | April 5, 2019

Learning a language takes on a whole new meaning when you have the chance to live in the country for almost a year. CHS freshman Hannah Alwine will get this opportunity when she travels to France as a…

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Genre repeat: Battle royale gaming has ties to deathmatch style
Arts & Entertainment

Zack Mattaboni | April 1, 2019

It is often expected that the video game industry tends to move forward. However, with recent successes such as Fortnite and Apex Legends, we can see an obvious difference: the industry has begun reusing…

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Cultural awareness: More attention needs to be given to Black History Month (Editorial)
Opinions

Heidi Heinlein | March 3, 2019

The month of February is dedicated to the appreciation of black history in order to bring awareness and remembrance to those who helped make our present the way it is currently. It is an important matter…

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Mind the gap: Addressing the $3 million budget gap
News

Ellie Knapp | March 1, 2019

The Carlisle Area School District, for the sixth year running, has a budget gap of $3 million dollars.

A budget gap, or the void between the planned spending and the revenue, means that the district…

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A bit of both worlds: Student-athletes participate in Shakespeare
Arts & Entertainment

Kaitlyn Peck | February 14, 2019

William Shakespeare never ran cross country, but CHS students can do both. CHS has a wide variety of students who not only take part in athletic events but also performs in the arts. While both activities…

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Feeding the Future: Behind the scenes in the cafeteria
Features

Ellie Knapp | February 14, 2019

The cafeteria workers come in early and clean up student’s mess in the lunchroom, keeping our school running.

Doris Glunt is the kitchen manager at the Swartz Cafeteria.  She comes in at six o’clock…

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Nearly nurses: CHS students complete CNA classes
News

Dyamond Jones | January 28, 2019

Carlisle High School offers a variety of co-op and career exploration programs that help make way for future chefs, nurses, and mechanics.

Through a partnership with Carlisle Regional Medical Center…

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Popularity over success: uneven support in sports
Opinions

Carter Smith | January 11, 2019

When it comes to watching high school sports, there are two clear favorites: football and basketball. While these sports may be the most popular among students, staff, and members of the community, it…

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Glimmer of Hope: How a movement sparked from tragedy
Arts & Entertainment

Abigail Lindsay | January 9, 2019

On Feb 14, 2018, one of the worst school shootings in American history took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.  While most people in Parkland mourned the loss of those…

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Blast from the past: Resurgence of 80’s Fashion
Opinions

Kathleen O'Neill | January 7, 2019

80’s fashion is coming back and in a big way. Teens and young adults everywhere are looking to their parent’s high school pictures for outfit inspiration and the fashion industry is here for it.

The…

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Kicking cancer: Richwine raises money for kids
Showcase

Meg Tate | December 11, 2018

Football is not always just about wins and losses. For one team member, this season was all about making a difference in the lives of children.

Senior Caleb Richwine has been kicking for the varsity…

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Opening doors to the future: Electives help determine careers
Opinions

Heidi Heinlein | December 10, 2018

High school is not like what you might think after watching High School Musical as a kid. Many students might find school to very stressful and hard.  The only thing that keeps them going is knowing…

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Sudden change: What happened to anti-shooting activism?
Opinions

Zack Mattaboni | December 10, 2018

Many people think back to the gun limitation movements of early 2018, with some of the biggest being the national walkouts and marches that occurred. That begs one big question for the past few months:…

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Twenty One Pilots creates brilliant backstory for upcoming album ‘Trench’
Arts & Entertainment

Carol Etzel | October 4, 2018

Twenty One Pilots is back with new music, and this time they’ve also created an entire universe.

In 2017, drummer Josh Dun accepted an award for the most dedicated fan base at the Alternative Press…

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