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Governor Steve Sisolak Announces CCSD School Closure Until April 6th

March 15, 2020 10:34pm | Jaiden Reddy

At a press conference on Sunday, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced that Clark County School District schools will be closed through April 6 at a minimum. This announcement follows similar announcements across the nation, with Los Angeles and New York City’s school districts also announcing […]

Unions, students, and parents request CCSD close schools

March 15, 2020 6:17pm | Jaiden Reddy

With the number of COVID-19 cases rising rapidly, many members of the Clark County School District community have implored Superintendent Jesus Jara and Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak to close down schools. Multiple unions, including the National Education Association of Southern Nevada (NEASN) and the Clark […]

Chargers After Clark: The Advice Alumni Have for Students

March 14, 2020 8:48pm | Kirsten Calma

Whether it be freshman year anxiety,  academic stress, college applications, or even the famed “senioritis”, some parts of the high school process are universal. High school students are often told, as we face obstacles, to ask someone who has been through them for advice. Still, […]

Governor Sisolak declares state of emergency as COVID-19 spread prompts CCSD extracurricular suspensions

March 13, 2020 1:48am | Jaiden Reddy

At a conference on Thursday, Nevada governor Steve Sisolak declared a state of emergency in regards to the recent domestic and international spread of COVID-19. “Declaring a state of emergency, while certainly a mark of the seriousness with which we are taking this effort, is […]

NFL Season Recap

March 11, 2020 5:40pm | Sanjana Dixit

As the 100th season of the NFL came to an end recently, the groundbreaking number of broken records, upcoming stars, and unexpected outcomes cement the 2019-2020 NFL season as one for the books. Coming into the season, the New England Patriots were fresh off of […]

Clark Smash Club Attends LVLUP Expo

March 11, 2020 5:34pm | Jason Lee

When it comes to Clark’s non-sponsored clubs, the Super Smash Brothers Club (Smash Club) is one of the most popular. Clark students play every Tuesday and Friday in room 401. Whether people come to get better at the game or to relax after a long […]

Varsity Quiz Dominating the Local Competition

March 11, 2020 5:16pm | David Teklea

Here at Clark, clubs like Science Olympiad and DECA are the go-to for many students trying to improve their college applications. Compared to these clubs, smaller alternatives are often seen as less important.  But not Varsity Quiz.  Despite its small size and the number of […]

Clark Speech and Debate Competes at Canyon Springs

March 11, 2020 5:06pm | Sarah Park

Last week, Clark’s Speech and Debate team competed at the last league tournament of the year at Canyon Springs high school. As usual, the team excelled. Congrats to the Chargers that placed! Anya Zhang for placing 7th overall in international extemp Divij Kodi for placing […]

Clark Welcomes Two New Counselors

February 27, 2020 5:57pm | Erin Keene, Angelyn Celis

Clark High School is welcoming two new counselors to the counseling department. At the end of the first semester, Ms. Corbett and Ms. Teich joined Clark’s counseling department as new Alpha Counselors. Ms. Corbett is the counselor for students last name Rp through To and […]

Kerry Larnerd named Clark’s New Principal

February 5, 2020 11:25pm | Jaiden Reddy

After former Principal Antonio Rael and Assistant Principal Christina Bentheim’s removal in early December, Clark has been waiting for almost two months for our new principal. While School Associate Superintendent Sam Scavella has been acting principal since their removal, Clark’s SOT and the Superintendent’s Office […]