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SEMO Athletic Leadership Conference

SEMO Athletic Leadership Conference

Casey Barwick, Editor September 15, 2019

On September 11, the SEMO Athletic Conference held its first Leadership Conference. This year, the meeting held up to 300 different students from Central, Notre Dame, Saxony, Jackson, and many other local...

High School Bus Routes Adjusted Due to Overcrowding

High School Bus Routes Adjusted Due to Overcrowding

Sarah Fite, Journalist September 4, 2019

  Although it is only the beginning of the year, many are noticing a major increase in students riding on high school buses. While some buses only fill to half capacity on a good day, others...

The First AFJOTC Awards Banquet Honors Excellence

The First AFJOTC Awards Banquet Honors Excellence

Cera Deneke, Journalist May 14, 2019

  On May 5th at five o’clock, the VFW opened its doors for Cape Central High Schools first ever AFJROTC awards banquet. The tables were draped in white cloth, flowers adorning them with silverware...

First Awards Banquet for Cape Central AFJROTC’s in May

First Awards Banquet for Cape Central AFJROTC’s in May

Cera Deneke, Journalist April 24, 2019

Once a year, the AFJROTFC (Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) instructors, personnel team and logistics team prepare for the annual awards banquet. Often meeting after school, the two teams...

Day of Silence

Day of Silence

Jacob Grant and Casey Barwick April 18, 2019

What is the Day of Silence?  The Day of Silence is a 24-hour tradition in April, in which thousands of LGBTQ students, worldwide, take a day where they don’t speak. This specific day is meant to represent...

Students Take On Youth In Government Day

Students Take On Youth In Government Day

J'myn Nabors, Journalist April 11, 2019

On March 29, students in CHS Government classes, and students from all over the district participated in Youth In Government Day.  The students began their day at the City Hall in Cape Girardeau,...

New Cape Public School District Proposition

New Cape Public School District Proposition

Casey Barwick, Journalist April 10, 2019

  On April 2, 2019, the Cape Girardeau Public School district introduced a new, twelve million dollar proposition to the citizens of its city. The goal was to hopefully see to the needs of some...

Seniors Shine at Big Man on Campus

Seniors Shine at Big Man on Campus

Darian Huffman, Journalist April 5, 2019

Cape Central senior boys had the chance to show their stuff at this year's Big Man on Campus, and they didn't disappoint. Big Man on Campus is an annual event sponsored by Student Senate. It's basically...

Color Guard Handles the Visuals

Color Guard Handles the Visuals

April 4, 2019

A color guard is the visual aspect of a marching band. At Cape Central, the color guard performs with the Marching Tigers during their fall season. A color guard is a team of individuals who twirl...

The Season Never Ends

The Season Never Ends

Noah Karkanen, Journalist April 4, 2019

Several months filled with agonizing heat and profuse amounts of sweat were finally paid off at the end of a stellar competition performance. Even though it’s in the off season, the true season never...

Let's Get Down to Business

Let’s Get Down to Business

Libby Ogburn, Journalist April 3, 2019

Students talk to each other in hushed whispers, while they brainstorm products to make. The mechanical sounds coming from the printer echo down the high school hallways. Whitney Choate’s Career Readiness...

Plucking Their Way Out Of The Dark

Plucking Their Way Out Of The Dark

Kamdyn Rhodes, Journalist April 3, 2019

    Cape Central Orchestra practiced for their concert as their cacophony of sound filled the room. The students played with passion and intent. The instructor, Andrew Hacay, silenced...

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