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Maya Redington ‘20 poses with her senior sign, a gift from CCHS to honor the seniors as they complete their high school career at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Celebrating seniors despite COVID-19

Sara Vechinski, Social Media Editor
May 22, 2020
Schools across the globe resorted to online learning in wake of the coronavirus pandemic, relying heavily on learning devices such as computers and tablets to connect with students.

Learning curves

Jenna Crowley, Spiritual Life Editor
May 20, 2020
Though Southern California received a dousing of rain last week, the infamous San Diego sunshine still made its appearance.

WCEA visits campus

Cole Hume, Editor-in-Chief
March 24, 2020
Many CCHS students struggle with slow internet connection in the beginning of class.

Service slowdown

Alex Woodmansee, Photo Editor
March 5, 2020
The coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, and has reached San Diego, Calif.. Quarantines at military bases, such as Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, seek to contain the virus and prevent its spread throughout the country.

CCHS copes with coronavirus

Dillon Tarle, Arts and Entertainment Editor
February 25, 2020
Despite various secondary effects changing school start time will cause, sleeping longer each night has been proven to benefit teenagers in a significant amount of ways and aid in their growth and development.

Later to play, later to rise

Dillon Tarle, Arts and Entertainment Editor
February 20, 2020
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