The Observer

WCHS English teacher wins MCCPTA Teacher of the Year

WCHS 9th grade english teacher, Grant Goodman, was the first teacher to get the MCCPTA Teacher of the Year Award.

By Melissa Redlich, Sports Editor

May 29, 2020

Need Grant Goodman in a nutshell? Read his last name: good man. WCHS’s very own Grant Goodman became the first teacher to get the Montgomery County Council Of Parent-Teacher Associations (MCCPTA) Teacher of the Year Award.  According to Daria Daniel, the MCCPTA Awards Committee Chair, MCPS teachers and ...

CHS athlete commits

CHS athletes commit

By Brittany Goodman, Features Editor

January 3, 2013

Congratulations to senior Jackie Bakos for committing to play tennis at the University Of Charleston, West Virginia. Bakos has been a member of the CHS tennis team since freshman year and currently plays doubles.  Congratulations to Bakos on becoming a Golden Eagle.

I’m healthy and I know it

I'm healthy and I know it

By Lori Koenick, Brittany Goodman, and Bhaavya Srivastava

March 27, 2012

 Four reps of 25 sit-ups, three reps of dumbbells, leg presses and four miles on the treadmill. This workout might sound monotonous or terrorizing, but however you choose to work out (or not), results are best seen when the exercise routine is varied. With spring break, prom and summer right around...

FACE-OFF: Android vs. iPhone: King Apple reigns supreme

By Brittany Goodman, Archive Manager

September 27, 2011

Excuse me, may I have your attention please? An imposter, I repeat an imposter, of the Apple iPhone is dangerous and on the loose. My name is Android, and I am infiltrating the minds of children and parents around the world with my sleek exterior and tempting apps. My crime? I’m tricking innocent...

Kelley to remain in athletic director position

By Brittany Goodman Archive Manager

May 19, 2011

Despite rumors that he is leaving the athletic director position, former soccer coach Dave Kelley will continue to serve in the role next year.   The CHS athletic department has many goals for the upcoming school year including providing a safe environ­ment that includes the proper equip­ment...

Sign language added to course offerings

By By Brittany Goodman, Staff Writer

March 1, 2011

American Sign Language (ASL) has been added as one of the world language courses offered for the 2011-2012 school year. This non-verbal language, which is the fourth most commonly used in the world, has become a popular choice for students around the county and is currently offered at other high schools...

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