The Cherokee Scout

How Teachers Made the Best of the Worst: A Moment of Thanks to Cherokee Educators as the School Year Comes to a Close

The staff of the Lenape Regional High School District

Katherine Nikolau, Staff Writer

June 15, 2020

As the school year draws to a close, there is a rather anticlimactic ending to the 2019-2020 educational year. In a normal school setting, Cherokee would be full of joy and pride right about now. Hallways would be crowded with laughing students in summery attire, future graduates giddy at the prospect...

In Memoriam: George Floyd

In Memoriam: George Floyd

Claudia Caruso, Staff Writer

June 12, 2020

With much careful thought, I have decided to leave political views out of this particular article in order to avoid controversies. Occupying every social media platform are posts, videos, photos, and influencers projecting personal views and opinions on the chaotic and hurt-filled world we live in. W...

The True Story About NJROTC

Major and Chief Celebrating Ten Years at Cherokee

Katherine Nikolau, Section Editor

December 5, 2019

For the average student, the word “ROTC,” may conjure up an image of a fellow student that they may have seen in the hallways: a peer dressed in a neat uniform. However, many do not know what ROTC actually is. Its challenges, ideas, ambitions, and the students and teachers who make it possible are compl...

A Glimpse Into the Mind of Dan Cha

Daniel Cha Singing at Cherokee Idol

Katherine Nikolau, Writer

May 17, 2019

“And I say Game On! Game On! Gotta choose to have a good day...or not. And I never choose not. Never choose not.” Sound familiar? Maybe you’ve heard it while laughing with friends in the hallway, balancing morning coffee on your books, or even while running hurriedly into school, hoping that class ...

Anthony Foster: His Podcast, His Personality, Your Peer

Anthony Foster: His Podcast, His Personality, Your Peer

Katherine Nikolau, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

Anthony Foster: suit aficionado, podcast founder, member of many clubs, and possible future professor of Philosophy and Ethics. But, he is also, surprisingly, one other important thing: a freshman. By wearing formal attire every day and creating a podcast, this unique student has caught the attentio...

Mr. Iannelli To Retire After 31 Years Of Service To District

Mr. Iannelli To Retire After 31 Years Of Service To District

Sam Schepps, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 11, 2018

After a long and illustrious tenure in the Lenape Regional High School District, South Principal Mr. Iannelli has decided to retire. His efforts to constantly improve the quality of education and the educational experience for both students and faculty have left a lasting mark on the district and especially...

Kylie Miller Takes the Spotlight at AC Fashion Week

Monica Hahn Photography

Kendall Lippert, Features Editor

October 18, 2017

To an emerging fashion designer, nothing compares to watching your models walk the runway, hearing the audience gasp at your looks, and smiling like a celebrity as cameras flash. On September 14, 2017, Cherokee Senior Kylie Miller showed a three-piece eveningwear collection in the Atlantic City F...

Totality Awesome

Martin Bernetti, AFP/Getty Images

Jessie Gage, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

     On August 21, 2017, the moon eclipsed the sun in a breathtaking flash of light, followed by complete darkness. The first total solar eclipse able to be seen in the continental U.S. since 1979, this site was best viewed across the country along the path of its totality, which included my vacation site...

Insight into Cherokee Drama with Director Mr. Joseph Fisicaro a.k.a. “Mr. Fiz”

The Friday cast of Anything Goes

Matt Bisicchia, Staff Writer

September 5, 2017

If you go to see a play at Cherokee, you will be taken into the heart of the fascinating world of drama. The Cherokee Drama Guild does a stellar job of bringing its audience out of their seats. Cherokee’s energetic shows are full of life, catchy music, spectacular dancing, and phenomenal acting. Each yea...

Meet Our School Resource Officers

Meet Our School Resource Officers

Shelby Grego, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

Most students glance by the resource officers, not thinking twice about how essential they are to the schooling system.  Cherokee High School’s very own resource officers, Officers Clements and Hansbury, have improved the safety of students. Officer Clements has been in the police force for 18 years now. ...

Spotlight On: Our School Nurses

Spotlight On: Our School Nurses

Sanjana Kondapalli, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2017

About 11.2 million students every year are prone to developing an emotional, physical, developmental, or a behavioral condition, according to the The National Survey of Children with Special Healthcare Needs.  These symptoms often appear through physical ailments, which lead students into nurses’ offices ...

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