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

Election posters have been put up across WCHS hallways in recent weeks, as student government elections start at the end of the school year.

Class elections: Should students have a say?

By Isar Uslu, Assistant News Editor June 6, 2023

At the end of every school year comes arguably one of the most interactive school-wide events for students: student elections. Plastered across the school’s walls, dozens of posters advertise candidates,...

WCHS movie night draws big crowds

WCHS movie night draws big crowds

By Ohio Meshanko, Promotions Manager October 5, 2018

On Sept. 27, the class of 2020 hosted a Movie Night to provide a fun opportunity to raise funds. An important component of movie watching is the accompanying snack, and CHS Movie Night served up a...

Newly elected officers Nate Tinbite, Safwan Masood, Pranav Tadikonda and SMOB elect Ananya Tadikonda  pose with past officers Michael Yin and former SMOB Matt Post.

CHS hosts MCR to vote for 2018-2019 officers

By Dani Miller, News Editor May 9, 2018

Montgomery County Regional (MCR) SGA held a county-wide meeting April 18 in the CHS auditorium. Over 200 students attended the meeting from schools all over MCPS to vote for next year’s MCR officers. According...

Class of 2019 Secretary Imani Raze

Class of 2019 SGA Officers

By Emi Cardinale, Production Manager September 19, 2015

Class of 2019 SGA Officers: President: Andrew Robinson VPs: Emma Sumberg. Bradley Furgerson Secretary: Imani Raze Treasurer: Eden Max MCR: Dani Miller Historian: Jordyn Pegues “I am...

Parking for extracurriculars shouldnt be revoked

Parking for extracurriculars shouldn’t be revoked

By Jasmine Baten, Opinions Editor June 1, 2015

Roll a six and land on free parking no more—parking at CHS for students involved in athletics, SGA, newspaper, yearbook and other school-related extracurriculars just got a little harder. A new policy...

SGA plans to prove weve got spirit, yes we do

SGA plans to prove we’ve got spirit, yes we do

By Jordan Janis, Online Editor-in-Chief September 23, 2014

The SGA’s main priority for this year is to increase student spirit, in addition to fundraising for important causes and improving outdated areas of the school. “Our biggest objective for this year...

SGA canned food drive falls short of expectations

By Elizabeth Campbell, Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2013

The SGA-sponsored canned food drive for Manna Food Bank, which lasted from Oct. 14 to Nov. 1, resulted in fewer cans than expected but SGA leaders remain hopeful for future events. The advertisements...

New SGA sponsers plan to bring back old events

By Katie Clem, Production Editor September 30, 2013

Special Education paraeducators Orly Santos and Daniel Lethbridge were recently announced as the new Student Government Association (SGA) sponsors who will be responsible for helping students come up with...

Money matters: CHS to fix financial flaws

Money matters: CHS to fix financial flaws

By Lara Fu and Dana Youngentob February 28, 2013

CHS staff and administration are working to improve financial processes and procedures after receiving a subpar 2012 internal audit from MCPS. Some of the audit’s criticisms included incorrectly classified...

CHS celebrates Autism Awareness Month

CHS celebrates Autism Awareness Month

By Emilie Plesset and Sarah Reitzes, Online Editor-In-Chief, Staff Writer May 1, 2012

CHS students, staff, sports teams and clubs came together in April to celebrate Autism Awareness Month. Spring season athletes wore light blue at designated games to support the cause, and CHS students...

Get to know SGA presidents as they kick off the year

By By Amanda Vinner, Features Editor October 4, 2010

        SGA PRESIDENT JAMIE OPPENHEIMERI play lacrosse and am a member of B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG). How well do people know the students leading their class? This year, the Observer...

SGA offers students ways to get involved

Freshmen have a lot on their mind at the beginning of the school year: finding their lockers, classes and trying to meet new people. But there’s another thing they might be considering in the first few...

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