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...

Mask or No Mask? Whatever You Want at Chamblee

Sarah Marcus, Reporter August 29, 2022

Masks, masks, masks. Ever since March 2020, these captivating pieces of fabric have taken over our lives, and continue to affect them today. With the mask mandate lifted in April 2021, Chamblee students...

Chamblee PTSA Offers $4,000 in Scholarships

Chamblee PTSA Offers $4,000 in Scholarships

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 22, 2022

The Chamblee High School PTSA has announced they are awarding a total of $4,000 in scholarships to five seniors this school year.  For a chance at one of the scholarships, students must write a 500...

Two students passionately fight over the controversial issue of masks in school.

Chamblee Unmasked: DeKalb Lifts School Mask Mandate

Toby Russell and Keegan Brooks March 21, 2022

Since March 2, face masks have no longer been required in schools in the DeKalb County School District. “Based on available information at this time, the DeKalb County School District (DCSD) will be...

Newsies poster

Take a Break from the News with Newsies

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 7, 2022

This Thursday, months of work of more than one hundred students will culminate with the premier of Chamblee OnStage’s production of Newsies. The musical, which will have four performances from March...

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...

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Keeping Warm: JROTC’s Head, Hands, and Feet Returns

Kaylee Powell, Staff Writer December 5, 2021

It’s finally fall in Georgia which means that the temperature is going to heavily fluctuate from 90 degrees to 40 in a matter of minutes and with poverty levels rising, due to COVID-19, it’s becoming...

Chamblee OnStage Returns After a Long Wait in the Wings

Chamblee OnStage Returns After a Long Wait in the Wings

Millie Gotsch, Staff Writer November 25, 2021

Chamblee OnStage has successfully completed its first production this school year. Students from Chamblee were encouraged to buy tickets and come watch one of the three shows put on. “The show is...

Everyones Thankful but the Turkey

Everyone’s Thankful but the Turkey

Emmy Williams, Editor November 25, 2021

After spending the last year in a COVID-19 induced lockdown, students, teachers, and staff at Chamblee are able to now enjoy an in-person school year and holiday season. It can be said that the Chamblee...

Students eating lunch outside

Lunch Happens, Rain or Shine

Shea Parker, Reporter October 26, 2021

One thing that has changed at Chamblee since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is the lunch schedule. This new schedule created more lunch periods so there are fewer students in the cafeteria at once....

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