The Cherokee Scout

Shocking Discovery: Mold in Cherokee!

Shocking Discovery: Mold in Cherokee!

Monica Morrissey, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019

On Thursday, September 27, 2018, Cherokee’s students found out that there was mold present in the television technology room. An email from the LRHSD Superintendent, Ms. Birnbohm, detailed the possible health risk, but she said that Cherokee would not need to close. Instead, the television technol...

Powderpuff: Alm19ghty vs G20rious

Karleigh Bard-Marsh and Lauren Bayzath represent Team G20RIOUS

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

January 17, 2019

November 13, 2018: Cherokee’s Annual Powderpuff Game. Each year, dozens upon dozens of junior and senior girls gather together on the turf to battle it out for Powderpuff champion. This year, the Class of 2019 girls had proclaimed themselves to be the ALM19HTY Seniors and the Class of 2020 were the ...

This Year’s NHS Induction

This Year's NHS Induction

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

December 17, 2018

The Annual National Honor Society Induction took place on December 4, 2018. One hundred twenty four students, from both the junior and senior classes, were inducted into the society that prides itself on four pillars: scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Getting inducted requires students to w...

Spirit Week Brings Competition Among Students

Stephanie Wong (Left) and Lauren Bayzath (Right)

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

December 17, 2018

The week leading up to Cherokee’s Annual Homecoming Dance was filled with intense competition between all four grades. Each day was designated a different theme and the halls of Cherokee were jam packed with crazy costumes. Monday was red, white, and blue day, Tuesday was sport jersey day, Wednesday...

A Pep Rally With No Pep?

A Pep Rally With No Pep?

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

December 17, 2018

This year, many students were excited to dress up during for Spirit Week, but a lot of Cherokee had not showed a similar interest. In years past, the seniors had given Spirit Week a new meaning. There were tutus and tights just about everywhere, but this year, the lack of spirit flowed throughout the...

Volleyball Tournament Cancelled!

Volleyball Tournament Cancelled!

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

November 5, 2018

Student Council’s Annual Fall Volleyball Tournament has been cancelled due to lack of interest. Typically, the tournament is packed with seniors that are excited to take down some freshman, but it seems like the seniors are just exhausted. A lot of them have participated since their freshman year, but ...

Haunted Attractions: Beware the Scare!

Haunted Attractions: Beware the Scare!

Cheyenne Hamilton, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

It’s October, which means it’s time to get spooked! A lot of people will refuse to watch scary movies and steer clear of the abandoned house down the road. Others, however, will jump at the opportunity to get their heart racing and adrenaline rushing. Halloween isn’t only a time to dress up as anyt...

Freshman Quotes

Kayla Johnson, Jacklyn Guiliano, Yasmeen Matthews, Nisa Gaharwar, Caitie Woodcock, and Cheyenne Hamilton

October 25, 2018

Sophomore Cotillion

Sophomore Cotillion

Dayna Schubert

May 22, 2018

On May 4, 2018, the Class of 2020 hosted Cherokee’s annual Sophomore Cotillion. This year’s theme was based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. The Roaring Twenties was a time of dancing, fun, and laughter which were all present at Cotillion. Students gathered in the North Cafeteria to...

American Sign Language Club

From New York Times article,

Hannah Kent, Staff Writer

April 10, 2018

As many students know, Cherokee High School offers a variety of classes that introduce students to languages used around the world. These courses, such as German, Latin, French and Spanish, not only teach students about the grammar and usage of these language, but also teach the culture, structure, a...

Mr. Cherokee Competition Exceeds Expectations as a Landmark Event for the Senior Class

The Mr. Cherokee contestants waiting in anticipation of the results.

Dayna Schubert, Photo Editor

February 13, 2018

On Feb. 9, the Class of 2018 hosted the annual Mr. Cherokee competition. The competition consists of four events: causal wear, formal wear, talent and fishbowl questions. After the four rounds, the judges come together and announce the year’s Mr. Cherokee. This year’s contestants were Joe Bednarek,...

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