Year 3

....Fighting ignorance and apathy one class period at a time...

Tuesday, October 19, 2010


CCCHS will celebrate Buffer Week (November 8-12)with intramural games including co-ed doubles tennis, PowderPuff Football, TuffStuff Volleyball, and co-ed team bowling.

Julia made this sign yesterday!

Every Man A Tiger!!!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Fall is really here now

Homecoming has ushered in the colors and excitement of fall around here.

This morning, the signal that fall is really here finally arrived.

It's the way the band kids smell when they come in from practicing on the football field. All woods-y and smoke-y and crisp.

Deep Breath. Ahhhhhhh.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Candidate Photos courtesy Phil Frigon

Shannon & Jayde

Jericho & Colton

Sydney & Jake

Jori & Zach

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Fall Homecoming 2010

Last week we celebrated CCCHS Fall Homecoming 2010. This is a tradition remembered by many Tiger Alumni from the past. The bonfires, parades and the crowning of the Queen are things we nearly all have fond memories of.

Another memory any Tiger grad from the past 30 or so years will have in common is that of the CCCHS secretary Jane Sherbert. She has served as the eyes and ears of this building for longer than many of us have been alive. Jane is as much a part of the CCCHS experience as the classes, the lockers and the friends. Just ask anyone who ever tried to impersonate their mom on the phone. (Jane has the uncanny ability to detect when it is, in fact, YOU and not your mom calling in about that "dentist appointment")

Jane was the CCCHS Homecoming Queen in 1963. Last Friday night, in commemoration of the 48th anniversary of her own crowning, she joined the candidates on the field to crown the 2010 Homecoming Queen. She was escorted by Senior Chancelor Graham, Student Council Vice-President.

More photos from the week (all courtesy of our friend Phil Frigon) to come! We had a blast!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Caution! Wet floors

It started out innocently. Julia wanted to make a sign warning people about the dangers of slipping on a wet floor and falling.

It ended as a lesson in the definition of the word "phallic".

Yes, that is her name at the top. She is left handed and writes from right to left, with the letters inversed. If you hold it in a mirror it reads perfectly. Her dad and I have given up and decided that the Kindergarten teacher has her work cut out for her.