The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The two GoGuardian logos in the top right tools bar on Google Chrome sit bland, indicating that the software is not activated. The white logo will turn blue with a circle around it as soon as a teacher activates the software.

Should MCPS give GoGuardian a go?

By Ryan Shenker, Staff Writer February 26, 2024

“Will GoGuardian go?” That is the question that many students are asking after the Montgomery County Board of Education (BOE) received the 2024-25 proposed operating budget from MCPS. In an unexpected...

Tracy Sachs, teaching her health class at WCHS. The energy in the classroom run down after a long day, as Sachs tries to bring back life into the assingments.

New health curriculum includes a full year of instruction

By Dehab Deglel, Promotions and Subscriptions Manager October 16, 2023

Has health class ever been engaging for students? According to Maryland’s Board of Education, there have been several updates to the health curriculum over the years to make the course more enjoyable...

In order to obtain their license, students drivers are required to complete six hours of in-car driving instruction using driving school-provided cars.

Observer Opinion: Driver’s Ed must be accessible

By Kalena Yee, Arts Editor March 24, 2023

Beep beep! Getting a driver’s license is arguably one of the most defining moments in a high schooler’s life. Although it may seem like just a plastic card to some, a driver’s license gives students...

When selecting their courses for the 2023 to 2024 school year, students can choose from the classes listed on the course catalog. WCHS provides students with a variety of options from which they can explore their interests.

WCHS students select new classes based on rigor and interests

By Clara Young, Assisant News Editor January 24, 2023

As the 2022-2023 school year progresses, students now are making their class selections for the upcoming year. Throughout their years, WCHS students choose rigorous courses to challenge themselves as they...

Little League World Series player Mone Davis exhibited class in dealing with defamation by college baseball player Joey Casselberry

Classy athletes deserve more media attention

By Jake Certner, Sports Editor April 28, 2015

Sportsmanship, integrity, class. These words are tossed around the world of sports more than almost any other, but what does it truly take to be considered a class-act athlete? Joey Casselberry, a Bloomburg...

Foundations of Technology classes take hands-on approach

Foundations of Technology classes take hands-on approach

By Julia Greenzaid, Online Breaking News Editor September 24, 2012

Senior Leslie Blalock is the record holder at CHS for suspending 25 textbooks on a 4-inch-tall paper and tape structure. Last year, she would’ve been reading about suspension on the computer. Now, she...

Eliminating on-level history adds pressure

Eliminating on-level history adds pressure

February 21, 2012

The CHS administration and social studies department are considering eliminating on-level U.S. History for the 2012-2013 school year. This pending decision is largely justified as a method of accomplishing...

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