The Blue & Gold

Farrey finds ways to give back to Chamblee

Hope Williams, Staff writer

May 5, 2018

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by Hope Williams Amid the chaotic daily routine of the Chamblee Charter High School counseling office, one staff member has found a way to combine a love for learning and working with others. Counseling administrative assistant Nancy ...

Making a Difference at Special Olympics

Grace Pietkiewicz, Staff writer

May 1, 2018

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Every spring, volunteers from Chamblee Charter High School’s National Honor Society give up their time and energy to serve special needs student athletes at DeKalb County’s Track and Field Special Olympics. Volunteers receive si...

Some Students Leave Legacy for their Siblings

April 23, 2018

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by Hailey Maxwell “Oh, I loved teaching your brother! I can’t wait to get to know you, too!” That, along with “Didn’t you have a sibling here a couple years ago?,” is a routine annoyance for students who have older s...

Jobituaries: Teacher Departures

Foster Cowan, Staff writer

March 5, 2018

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Most of the time when a teacher is absent for a day or two, they get a substitute teacher, and then they come back. However, this isn’t always the case. In a few bizarre scenarios here at Chamblee Charter High School, teachers h...

Religion and its Role at Chamblee

Grace Pietkiewicz, Staff writer

March 2, 2018

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At Chamblee Charter High School, teachers and students alike practice a wide variety of religions from Judaism, to Hinduism, to Atheism. For these religious teachers and students at Chamblee, both their religion and their academ...