The Kahoki

Assemblies for More Serious Matters

Cynthia Buettner, Staff Reporter

March 13, 2018

Filed under Editorial

School assemblies are generally only about sports. All of the assemblies I’ve been to since I was a freshman have only been pep-assemblies and they’ve been very rare at that.   Students don’t pay attention and talk exce...

Discrimination or Religion

Audrey Fowler, Staff Reporter

January 11, 2018

Filed under Editorial

As many cases have been appearing about LGBTQ lately, the Supreme Court hears a new case regarding man who refuses to provide a service to an engaged gay couple. Colorado baker, Jake Phillips, makes cakes for a living but stay...

Solutions for the Student Parking Lot

Joe Spotanski, Staff Reporter/ Web Designer

January 5, 2018

Filed under Editorial

Side swipes, fender benders, keyings. Those are a few examples of what happens in the CHS student parking lot. There is no possible way to end all of it, but little has been done to help out. There is plenty that can be done to h...

Should Teenagers Be Allowed To Trick-or-Treat?

Cynthia Buettner, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2017

Filed under Editorial

Halloween spending for this year specifically has reached a new high. Last year’s record was $8.4 billion; but this year has surpassed that, with $9.1 billion, according to ‘The Balance.’   The average American was expected to spend a...

Dress Code: Fair or Not

Damian Morris, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2017

Filed under Editorial

Many students walking into the school are violating the dress code, some are aware, some not so much. As many as there are in violation, very few are called out and punished for this. Each teacher has his or her own interpretati...