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Principal Antonio Rael and Assistant Principal Christina Bentheim removed, selection process for replacement will begin January 2020

December 11, 2019 1:54am | Jaiden Reddy

CCSD Region 2 Superintendent Debbie Brockett sent the following email to Clark staff today, detailing the removal of Ed W. Clark High School Principal Antonio Rael and Assistant Principal Christina Bentheim: “Dear Ed W. Clark High School Staff, We would like to inform you that […]

Survey shows over half of Clark staff dissatisfied with new administration, parents and students speak out

December 10, 2019 3:00pm | Jaiden Reddy, Richard Park, Shaan Majid

Since the start of the 2019-2020 school year at Ed W. Clark High School, a series of school policies implemented by our new principal have altered how our school functions. With a change in administration, new policies are common. However, as we near the end […]

Club Funding, Student Generated Funds, and T-Shirts: Everything You Need to Know

November 14, 2019 9:40pm | Jaiden Reddy

At the beginning of this year, Mr. Rael released a new policy that required all clubs to purchase from a single vendor. This vendor, BSN, had been previously used by some athletic clubs but was never mandated due to worries by some club advisors about […]

Music Recommendations for the Fall Season

November 13, 2019 2:50pm | Antonio Moseby, Jorge Castro

Fall: the time when trees change colors to orange and red, when you feast with your family for Thanksgiving, when you feel that comforting breeze when you walk outside. Fall is many people’s favorite season, but there is one strange thing about it- there’s not […]

District upgrades Clark wi-fi, increasing coverage and bandwidth

November 12, 2019 2:50pm | Dylan Patel

For years, Clark High School students have dealt with inconsistent, low-quality Wi-Fi coverage in many parts of the school. Hallways, especially the 400’s, have become notorious for unusable Wi-Fi. Students are often forced to use their mobile data to turn in assignments, and teachers occasionally […]

Trump’s Impeachment: A Timeline of Events

October 31, 2019 5:34pm | Rishabh Saran

As Democrats prepare to take the House impeachment inquiry public, Trump’s administration is at risk of losing its political legitimacy. But more importantly, the impeachment could have a ripple effect on everyday citizens – fueling divisions among voters, undermining the future of both parties, and […]

Zombieland: Double Tap Movie Review

October 30, 2019 12:25am | Jaiden Reddy

After seeing the Rotten Tomatoes 68% rating, I’ll be honest- I was prepared for Zombieland: Double Tap to be an underwhelming, barely funny, badly acted film about some people who like to kill zombies, just like so many comedy sequels. However, from the opening line to […]

The Cure to Senioritis

October 28, 2019 4:57pm | Angelyn Celis

It’s natural for seniors to slack off, especially when they’re so close to the finish line. Their most stressful year of high school is coming to an end, and they can finally take some time to relax. Although college-bound seniors have to deal with stressful […]

Clark Speech and Debate enters new season

October 24, 2019 3:38pm | Rishabh Saran

After more than a decade under the lead of Mrs.Brown, Clark Speech and Debate has recently had a coaching shift. The team is now under the wings of Ms.Sarver, a fresh change to its course. Despite having just started, her ambition and eagerness have disseminated […]

Boy’s basketball starts new season

October 23, 2019 3:47pm | Elisia Hurley

The boy’s basketball team is beginning the new season with some bumps after the loss of some excellent players and an amazing coach. Last school year, our team had an impressive 25-6 record. They were ranked 2nd in all of Nevada and 85th nationally. However, […]