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International Thespian Society

International Thespian Society

November 26, 2019

Central Kitsap High Schools thespian troupe 326 is officially starting up again after being inactive over the past couple of years. The co-presidents of the thespian society are Abby Power and Hannah Hoftiezer. Zachariah Timm, the drama teacher at Central Kitsap High School, describes the thespian society as “an official organization of people from around the United States and the world. That includes a...

One Of Our Clowns is Missing: Play Review

One Of Our Clowns is Missing: Play Review

November 26, 2019

On November Seventh, Eight, and Ninth, the Central Kitsap High School Drama Club performed Robert Frankel’s comedy/drama, “One of Our Clowns is Missing.” Zachariah Timm, the theater director at Central Kitsap High School, chose this play for the fall performance. Katavena Djordjevic, a Sophomore at CKHS who played the character Chips, said, “I think the play went really well. I'm proud of my fri...

Cercle Français!

Cercle Français!

November 13, 2019

Central Kitsap High School French teacher, Kimberly Yee, has reinstated a French Club. En français, le club s'appelle "Cercle français!" The club meets on Tuesdays one time each month and meetings last around an hour.  In French Club, students have the opportunity to learn about interesting and new Francophone topics and be exposed to a culture which may be completely new to them.  ...

LGBT Youth at CKHS

LGBT Youth at CKHS

October 29, 2019

When discussing LGBT topics, people who identify with the community are often "othered". Treated as a third party, they exist, but it's assumed they exist elsewhere, not here. But LGBT youth are often closer than you think, you may not care what others think of you, but being respectful can have a large positive impact on your peers.   Washington is a fairly liberal state, and CKHS is quite an open-...

Starting a Multicultural Club at Central Kitsap High

by Evan Stepney

October 21, 2019

Amezquita, Laramie, both a para-educator and co-adviser for the programming club is making moves to start a diversity club at the new CK building. Her vision for the club is a student-run and led club that will bring their own unique perspective to the group. The Club would start with afternoon meetings, and with enough momentum, the group could transition to tutorial meetings. With it being so dependent on individual student drive the club will have to run by a select group of extremely motivated students.    Luckily Students such as Dayne Tipper, Semon Ard, and Quinn Taylor all seem to show interest in such ...

Mental Health at CKHS

Mental Health at CKHS

by James Guillory, Reporter

October 15, 2019

Teenage mental health is a worldwide issue.  According to statistics, suicide is the leading cause of death in adolescents, and each year almost five thousand young people, between the ages of fifteen and twenty-four kill themselves. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Enacting change, even on a small scale helps. Such as in our school, right here at Central Kitsap. Many agree that the school...

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