The Blue & Gold

Ding Dong, the Bell is Dead

Stella Garrett, Staff writer

February 13, 2019

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Students and teachers expecting normal temperatures, accurate clocks and audible announcements throughout Chamblee Charter High School have been, and continue to be, disappointed. Throughout the past few weeks, the school has ...

Government Shutdown Affects Millions, Including Chamblee Community

Ellie Furr and Matthew Welsh

January 31, 2019

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Our country’s government made history this month -- by not accomplishing anything. Beginning on December 22, 2018, the United States government went into a partial shutdown over a financial disagreement on President Don...

Chamblee Community Pitches in After Staff Member’s Apartment Fire

Maya Torres, Staff writer

January 24, 2019

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After any tragic occurrence, the Chamblee Charter High School community comes together to assist those in need. Larry Hall, who has been a member of Chamblee’s custodial staff for 35 years, experienced a monumental loss after his apa...

Cluster Meeting Sheds Light on State of Chamblee

Oliver Hurst, Staff writer

December 7, 2018

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Principal Rebecca Braaten’s resignation, CCRPI scores, goals for the Chamblee Cluster, and Career Technology: parents gathered in the Chamblee Middle School (CMS) cafeteria on November 28 to learn more about these topics during ...

Braaten to Transfer Before End of Semester

Alice Bai, Ethan Rotnem, Marley Brock, and Ava Lewis

November 28, 2018

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At a staff meeting in the afternoon of November 28, 2018, Chamblee Charter High School principal Rebecca Braaten announced that she intends to transfer from Chamblee effective December 17, 2018. Her last day at Chamblee will b...