The Observer

Bullying campaign misses real culprit: teasing

By Online Political Columnist, Joe Nolan

September 27, 2011

Filed under Opinions

It’s a new school year at CHS, and aside from the urgent chaos of switching into classes to avoid nefarious teachers, this means another slew of anti-bullying art contests, apparel and awareness videos. Yet, this year seems distinctly different from the previous three, that is, since the anti-bullying...

Staff addresses cyberbullying

By Maddie Bernstein, Staff Writer

November 24, 2009

Filed under Uncategorized

In the past few years, with technological intelligence on the rise, school officials have been warning parents about the continuously mounting threat that has the potential to be just as dangerous as drugs and alcohol: cyberbullying. The CHS anti-bullying campaign that started at the beginning of...

Bullying committee tackles hateful behavior

By Natalie Geisler, News Editor

September 30, 2009

Filed under Uncategorized

CHS has implemented a new anti-bullying initiative this year with the hopes of decreasing the amount of students who reported in a schoolwide survey conducted last year that they felt uncomfortable at school. The slogan “No Place for Hate,” posted in each hallway and most classrooms, is part of...

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