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“Captain Marvel” Review: Higher, Further, Faster

“Captain Marvel” Review: Higher, Further, Faster

April 24, 2019

“Captain Marvel,” the most recent addition to the Avengers saga, is an action-packed origin-story that celebrates both the foundation of the Avengers and women in science. The fiery and hilarious heroine Captain Marvel, introduced in the outset of the film as Kree soldier Vers, is the first female superhero from the Marvel universe to get her own feature film. Marvel fans are rewarded with their fa...

April 2019 Calendar Highlights

April 2019 Calendar Highlights

March 29, 2019

Monday, April 1-April 5- Spring Break Tuesday, April 2- Boys Baseball game, 4pm at Kitsap Fairgrounds Friday, April 5-Registration deadline for May 4 SAT Monday, April 8- Auditions for Springfest; Girls Softball game, 4pm at Linder Tuesday, April 9- Auditions for Springfest Wednesday, April 10- Drama Rehearsal; Boys Baseball game, 4pm at Kitsap Fairgrounds; Boys Golf, 1pm at GMGC; Girls So...

¨Bury a friend¨ by Billie Eilish

¨Bury a friend¨ by Billie Eilish

March 27, 2019

  Billie Eilish is a seventeen year old singer who became active in the world of music in 2015. She became famous after successful debut single ¨Ocean eyes¨. Since then Billie and her brother, who also helps her write all of her songs, have released multiple singles that have become top hits. One of those singles is titled “bury a friend.” This particular song has been reviewed by ...

Girls Who Ran the World

Girls Who Ran the World

March 27, 2019

March marks a time to reflect on women’s meaningful contributions to history and for women to find inspiration to continue that legacy. Each year the month of March is designated as Women’s History Month by the United State’s President, although less than half of students at Central Kitsap High School are aware of it. Women’s History Month also includes International Women’s Day, on March 8. ...

BREAKING NEWS–CK’s Administration Is Changing

BREAKING NEWS–CK’s Administration Is Changing

March 14, 2019

Jeanne Beckon, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, announced on Thursday, Feb. 28 that some schools within the Central Kitsap School District (including Central Kitsap High School) will undergo administration changes next school year. After two-years of a Co-Principal system, Craig Johnson will be the only CKHS Principal in the Fall of 2019. Gail Danner is preparing to enter a new position as Olym...

The Hate U Give (book review)

The Hate U Give (book review)

by Ariana Shindell, Contributor

March 14, 2019

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The Hate U Give, a novel written by Angie Thomas, brings attention to the racism and discrimination that African Americans faced through time, mainly from cops. The story is based on a teenage African American girl named Starr, she was raised by her mother Lisa and father ¨Big Mav¨. When Starr was young her father was sent to jail for participating in a gang that sold drugs. Starr´s life comp...

“Speak Up”

“Speak Up”

by Jazmine Clewis, Contributor

March 13, 2019

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In this day and age, there are many artists that are famous and well known and some that are trying to make a name for themselves. Twenty-one year old Jocelyn is launching her new debut single “Speak Up” out into the world. In the chorus, the song tells of her standing up, being strong, and taking control of her life but that isn’t the only time. When she sings “Sick and tired of the pa...

New High School

New High School

by Ismael Duran, Contributor

March 13, 2019

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Next fall will not only be the start of a new school year, but also the opening of the new high school for the students of Central Kitsap High School. The construction of the school started in 2017, and noticeable progress has been made. After spring break, Central Kitsap Middle School will be able to move in and use their half. After interviewing Dean of Students Mark Keel, I was able to gain some knowl...

The State of Our Planet: An Opinion

The State of Our Planet: An Opinion

March 13, 2019

Our planet is being destroyed and humans seem to be doing nothing about it. Of course, there is a good handful of people that make the effort to drive less, go vegan, and avoid littering. But that handful of people is nothing compared to the mass amounts of corporations that consistently release carbon dioxide, along with other greenhouse gases, into the atmosphere. The human impact on Earth is quite frankly, ...

The State of Our Planet

The State of Our Planet

March 13, 2019

The way people are treating Earth is becoming a very serious issue as humans continue to destroy the planet. Benjamin J. Henley and Andrew D. King at AGU100 conducted a scientific study showing that the world may be facing a potentially dangerous level of climate change in 15 years. This could mean that humans and animals will not be able to survive if humans continue to mistreat the planet. ...

March 2019 Calendar Highlights

March 2019 Calendar Highlights

March 5, 2019

Friday, March 1 & Saturday, March 2--Spring Play Performances, 7 pm in the Southworth Theater Wednesday, March 6--YSBP Presentation to 9th grade English classes; Boys Baseball game at Kitsap Fairgrounds Friday, March 8--AP Test Payments Due; April ACT Test Registration Deadline; Girls Tennis match, 3:30 pm at CKHS Saturday, March 9--SAT test Monday, March 11--Girls Softball game, 4 pm...

Feelings on Second Semester

Feelings on Second Semester

by Ryley Just, Contributor

March 1, 2019

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Ryley Just 26 February 2019 Feelings on Second Semester   Second semester has just started, kids got new classes as well as teachers getting new students. Electives are being changed and in some cases, some all year classes are getting switched around. While convenient for new electives to be taken, it also provides chances to meet new people and an opportunity to learn new subject...

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