Rasesh Joshi gets ready for the flu season

InFLUence of the Flu Season on Chamblee’s COVID Sentiment

Hannah Choy, Reporter November 1, 2022

As we enter this year’s flu season, the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be a thing of the past, with it being the fourth school year affected by the coronavirus. At this point, the student body has had much...

Virtual School, Take Two...OR Not

Virtual School, Take Two…OR Not

Toby Russell and Luiza Douglas January 27, 2022

With the newest surge of the Omicron variant, COVID-19 has once again become a forefront in the minds of the Chamblee students and staff. With the momentary return to virtual learning after winter break,...

Chamblee Vaxxed Up?

Chamblee Vaxxed Up?

Emmy Williams, Editor January 26, 2022

Now that the Covid-19 booster shot has been approved for ages 16 to 18 and 12 to 15, the entirety of Chamblee High School students and staff are able to fully receive the vaccine and booster shot. The...

French COVID-19 and vaccine app, would America ever develop one?

Getting Carded: Vaccination Cards and Their Use (Or Lack Thereof)

Toby Russell, Editor December 6, 2021

Whether receiving Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson, Americans were sure to have received a vaccination card along with becoming immunized. The small piece of card stock shows that the cardholder...

Masks are not mandated at Chamblee football games

Chamblee Masked Up

Toby Russell, Editor September 9, 2021

“I think that masks are really important for helping control the spread of COVID in a school that is packed like Chamblee is. I think that it's really important that we do everything we can to try and...

Chamblee Weighs in on Return to School

Chamblee Weighs in on Return to School

Ashika Srivastava, Editor March 19, 2021

The time has finally come for Chamblee students to bid their virtual workspaces and unreliable internet connections goodbye, as they prepare for the long-awaited and frequently postponed return to school....

Promising Developments: The Chamblee Community & the COVID Vaccine

Promising Developments: The Chamblee Community & the COVID Vaccine

Adam Pohl, Staff Writer March 8, 2021

This past year of COVID-19 restricted life hasn’t been easy for any of us. But in December 2020, many began to see a light at the end of the tunnel as two vaccines, developed by the pharmaceutical companies...

Breaking Down the Covid Vaccine Updates

Breaking Down the Covid Vaccine Updates

Sydney Leahy, Editor December 3, 2020

Covid-19 quickly and effectively changed the everyday lives of all 7 billion people on Earth. What people want is for all of this to be over. They want to go outside without fearing for their lives and...

A Time for Coming Together Could Mean Staying Apart

A Time for Coming Together Could Mean Staying Apart

Lucy Samuels, Staff Writer November 23, 2020

Dekalb County is dealing with some 350 new coronavirus cases every day, with recent Georgia cases ranging from 2000 to 6000 daily. Since October and the gradual rise of the holiday season, cases are climbing,...

Mask Wearing and What to Wear

Mask Wearing and What to Wear

Sydney Leahy, Editor November 17, 2020

What I once thought was so painfully obvious, appears to require an explanation. After seeing an alarming amount of strangers refusing to wear a mask in public, I decided to compile a list of reasons why...

Billboard in DeKalb calling for the reopening of schools.

A Difficult Return to In-Person Learning

Adam Pohl, Staff Writer November 1, 2020

After almost three months of virtual learning, many have adapted to a new normal. However, Georgia school systems are working to make the transition back to a more traditional school day, and teachers...

The Brookhaven Ritas Italian Ice restaurant is in full force, even within a pandemic.

Despite Pandemic and Virtual Learning, Students Still Report to Work

Keegan Brooks, Editor September 14, 2020

From working at home to wearing a mask—COVID-19 has transformed workplaces and school environments around the country. In the case of Chamblee, virtual learning has also had an impact on students with...

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