The Cherokee Scout

Football Season or Clown Season? Cherokee Attempts to Tackle Shawnee

2020 Student Section at Cherokee v. Shawnee Football Game

Bella Parelli, Staff Writer

October 17, 2019

Everyone at Cherokee knows who our biggest rival is. Since the dawn of time, Shawnee and Cherokee have had it out for each other. No matter the competition: student section size, football team victory, etc, the two schools always have a massive spit fire.  September 13, 2019: Cherokee v. Shawnee at t...

Beware of Cherokee’s Sinking Football Field

Cherokee's Football Team Playing Against Lenape's Football Team on the Cherokee Turf

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

March 20, 2019

On March 14, 2019, students, staff, and parents were all made aware of the conditions of Cherokee's main field, the Bowl's turf, and its unsafe conditions. According to a letter released by one Cherokee's Assistant Principals, the Director of Athletics and Activities, Scott Agnew, the field was placed...

Students Explore New Opportunities at Job Fair

Promotional Poster for the Student Job Fair

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

March 20, 2019

The annual Student Job Fair is being held at the Lenape Regional High School District's Lenape High School on March 14, 2019, The job fair is open to all students, fifteen and older, and the district welcomes anyone interested to attend. The Job Fair will take place in Lenape's North Gymnasium where...

A New American Idol Comes to the Cherokee Stage

Iris Archer Singing at Cherokee Idol

Monica Morrissey

February 25, 2019

Cherokee Idol, a singing competition, was a two night event that took place on January 17 and 19. Last year Cherokee did not host this competition, but it was brought back this year.  This revival was prompted to raise money for Cherokee’s Girls Ensemble in order for them to perform at Carnegie Hal...

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...

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,...

Alumni Jazz Band Concert

Alumni Jazz Band Concert

Emily Paluba, Staff Writer

February 1, 2018

On December 20, Mr. Earl Philips, Cherokee's Jazz Band director, put together a concert featuring his current jazz band, along with an alumni band consisting of a variety of his past students from his last 10 years at Cherokee. The jazz bands of DeMasi Middle School and Marlton Middle School, and Mr. ...

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