The Cherokee Scout

Mr. Ivory, World Language

Mr. Ivory, World Language

June 19, 2019

Thank you Mr. Ivory!

Mrs. Tackacs, Math

Mrs. Tackacs, Math

June 19, 2019

Thank you Mrs. Tackacs!

Mr. Powell, Health and Phys. Ed.

Mr. Powell, Health and Phys. Ed.

June 19, 2019

Thank you Mr. Powell!

Mrs. Pulverenti, English

Mrs. Pulverenti, English

June 19, 2019

The curriculum, while important, isn’t the most important thing you should learn in school. What’s important to learn is how to value yourself and to value others. To give respect and get it in return is more important than any test grade. It’s about how you felt in that class and how you make ...

Mrs. Rodenheiser, Spanish

Mrs. Rodenheiser, Spanish

June 19, 2019

Teaching at Cherokee has impacted my life because it’s not just me teaching. It’s me teaching and learning every day, so I learn about the students and I learn with the students. I might be a teacher of Spanish, but I am an educator, so I like to prepare my kids for life . . I don’t know how muc...

Ms. Escalona, Spanish

Ms. Escalona, Spanish

June 19, 2019

This wasn’t a job, this was a joy. Every time you see that ‘aha moment’ in a kid’s eye, it makes everything worth it. It’s such a rush. I came on this profession kind of by chance; I was going to be a lawyer.I stumbled into teaching, and it was like ‘oh my god this is what I feel I was b...

Mrs. Gallombardo, Spanish

Mrs. Gallombardo, Spanish

June 19, 2019

I started speaking Spanish when I was a kid because my dad spoke Spanish and because I grew up on a farm and we had migrant workers on our farm. I learned at a young age how to speak Spanish so with that I developed a love for it. Then I had a grandma, who her English wasn’t very good, so I also g...

Mrs. Kuhlow, English

Mrs. Kuhlow, English

June 19, 2019

There’s been a lot [of favorite moments]. I met a lot of interesting students that have some amazing talents and to see what they’ve done in the future. I taught Miss NJ...one of my former students [was] inducted into the academic hall of fame; he was a naval officer. I guess seeing both of my child...

Cherokee Foundation for Education

Cherokee Foundation for Education

Sanjana Kondapalli, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 7, 2019

The Foundation for Education was created nine years ago as a long term initiative for the entire Lenape Regional High School District; however, it only maintained its presence in Cherokee, morphing into the Cherokee Foundation for Education. Mr. Lee, the original school liaison for CFFE, believes that this...

Be A Santa To A Senior: Spread Some Holiday Cheer

Be A Santa To A Senior: Spread Some Holiday Cheer

Cheyenne Hamilton, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019

As the holiday season kicked off, a project called, Be A Santa To A Senior, was mentioned throughout Cherokee’s hallways. This service project at Cherokee gives students the opportunity to buy gifts for a specific senior citizen that would otherwise receive nothing. Cherokee students are given the...

Mili Mehta, Advice to a Freshman

Mili Mehta, Advice to a Freshman

January 3, 2019

"High school can be as stressful as it can be fun. The classes can be tough but it’s important not to get so caught up in grades that you don’t even enjoy what you are learning. These four years will be years full of growth, friendships, and new experiences. You will make a lot of memories in high...

Aayushi Parikh, Advice to a Freshman

Aayushi Parikh, Advice to a Freshman

January 3, 2019

"High school is about more than just good grades. It is a time of personal growth and a time of making new friends and memories. Don’t fill your schedules with AP classes just for the sake of maintaining a higher GPA. There will be times where you feel extremely stressed, but you should not let these...

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