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Social Media Impact Depends On User

Allysa Marie Ferandez Totanes, Reporter April 25, 2022

Spending hours on social media is not as negatively impactful as some think it might be; the way an individual uses social media can still be considered proper even if they´re constantly on their...

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Crazy Lit Slang of 2022

Jamuna Subba, Reporter April 13, 2022

“Bruh, that was so cringy, I just saw that wanna be dank pick-me-girl that you ghosted. Gotta be real, not dishin tea, she was so basic, it was so sus for you to gas on a Karen like that.” If you didn’t...

Ahmed Wardere, Suheib Ahmed, Yahya Dabbach, Back to in-person learning as they study together in the library

Distance Learning Shifts Back to Face to Face Classes

Allysa Marie Fernandez Totanes, Reporter April 13, 2022

Distance learning students return to face to face instruction.   Last school year, one-third of CHS’s population were distance learners according to attendance secretary, Jacqueline Rosvall,...

Spirit Week

Spirit Week

Allysa Marie Fernandez Totanes, Reporter April 13, 2022

Spirit week at Cottonwood High School was an admirable success. Students participated in the themed days that occurred: Meme Monday, Twin Tuesday, Wacky-Hair Wednesday, Anything-but-a-backpack Thursday,...

track and field team

Sports Tryouts

Allysa Marie Fernandez Totanes, Reporter April 11, 2022

This year's sports tryouts got coaches from various sports excited this spring.    Natalie Wonnacott, softball coach, looked forward to seeing improvements from the girls who have been...

Swim team member during practice at the school swimming pool on January 27, 2022

Swim Team

Allysa Marie Fernandez Totanes, Reporter April 11, 2022

  This year's swim team consisted of fun, welcoming, and skilled swimmers. A few members, including their coach, shared their personal experiences and favorite elements of being part of the...

Making Bruschetta in Foods

Making Bruschetta in Foods

Allysa Marie Fernandez Totanes, Reporter March 28, 2022

In Natalie Wannacott’s foods class, students learned and executed a dish called bruschetta. “We baked some bread and we made this tomato sauce to top it,” said Mia Peterson, 10th grade, “I...

10th grader Claire Hexem putting a mask on in the CHS hallway on October 12, 2021

New Mask Policy Enacted as Schools Face Second Covid Year

Allysa Marie Fernandez Totanes, Reporter February 16, 2022

New Covid cases in Utah as of December 1st, 2021 grew from August 1st, 2021; showing an increase of 52,259. Daily updates of COVID-19 current cases, hospitalized, and deaths can be found on the Salt...

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