El Cid

Sara Vechinski

Sara Vechinski, Social Media Editor

As I ecstatically enter my senior year and second year on El Cid, I look forward to my new position of Social Media Editor, which I plan to take to new heights. Beyond covering a multitude of campus events, I often find myself participating, as this year I am involved with Associated Student Body, Campus Ministry, Ambassadors, Dons for Life, and National English Honors Society, as well as serving as a Varsity field hockey captain. When I happen to have a moment free, I enjoy playing soccer, club field hockey, and bowling, as well as painting, reading, and watching the Lord of the Rings movies an astronomical amount of times. During my first year on El Cid as Copy Editor, I watched my writing skills improve with each story, and I felt my confidence, professionalism, and maturity soar as I conducted interviews, set up meetings, and demanded anything necessary for my best stories. I plan to utilize these skills and many others to create an influential and dominating social media presence for El Cid, and I will eagerly rise to meet any challenges this goal brings my way.

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The Bacich family gathers in their living room to watch Mass together, as currently all Catholic Masses have been cancelled in light of the quarantine due to COVID-19.

Homemade Holy Week

April 5, 2020
Clare Hannon ‘20 celebrates her birthday with flowers, treats, and balloons, including a large

How to: adulting

March 26, 2020

Skirts should go

May 30, 2019
Captain Miles McCormick ‘19, Levi Summerlin ‘19, and Caleb Price '19 practice a line out, a play to restart the ball from an out of bounds position, during one of their many intense practices.

Dons elevate the game

February 22, 2019

Rose to the occasion

November 14, 2018

Build the kingdom

October 29, 2018
God calls Ethan home

God calls Ethan home

October 23, 2018

Fair for the future

October 17, 2018
Marvelous murals

Marvelous murals

October 14, 2018
Marie Temprendola ‘19 examines previous homecoming dresses, while searching for neon and white to match this year’s theme.

Bucking tradition

October 12, 2018
With the goal of making CCHS one of the top academic schools in the nation, Mrs. Christy Bailleul accepts the responsibilities and duties associated with her new position of Dean of Academics for juniors and seniors.

New position, same Mrs. B

September 28, 2018

Fall sports find faith

September 7, 2018
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