The Observer

Contest boosts spirit

The Media Center chose the 1970's as their door decoration theme.

By Kathy Hu, Advertising and Subscriptions Manager

November 21, 2018

To Kill a Mockingbird and “Toy Story” are two examples of the many intriguing themes teachers have used in past WCHS door decorating contests. Every year, along with many other WCHS homecoming festivities such as floats and skits, teachers from each department compete in a door decorating con...

Student Art Spotlight: Dylan Fan

Junior Dylan Fan’s award winning photo, taken in NYC.

By Sophie Liss, Sports Editor

January 9, 2018

Some students find exhilaration in playing a championship sports game. Others enjoy writing stories or poems to express their thoughts and feelings. For junior Dylan Fan, photography is his way of expressing himself and finding entertainment at the same time. Aside from photographing for his own enjoyment,...

Junior wins award for anti-bullying video

Junior wins award for anti-bullying video

By Nicole Malament, Observations Editor

January 2, 2013

Congratulations to junior Danny Welch, who won second place and a $500 cash prize in the national "Energize Students’ Anti-Bullying" video contest. Welch began creating mini-films recreationally in eighth grade and has since developed a passion for filmmaking. "It was a lot of fun making the vide...

Congratulations to our Robeks’ gift card winners

By Stacey Stein, Online Breaking News Editor

April 15, 2011

Congratulations to sophomore Hannah Murray and freshmen Erin O’Connell, Valerie Wear, Victoria Wheatley and Kristina Hann for winning Robeks’ gift cards in the Churchill Observer’s April contest. Look for more chances to win gift cards in the May issue.

Juniors win video award

By Jenna Cantor Observations Editor

October 28, 2010

Congratulations to juniors Emily Forster and Sherry Chen who are the People’s Choice Award winner in the International Foundation video concert. Forster and Chen made a video for the USA Science & Engineering Festival Kavli Science Video Contest to show how science is fun.

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