JOURNALISM / YEARBOOK

CHS Journalism / Yearbook

Students are responsible for creating the student newspaper and yearbook. Outside of school, students will be responsible for writing articles, edting, taking photographs and more. (Michele Gillis)

Being a Journalist can be a fun and enjoyable job. But it also comes with being a good writer as well, you improve along the way but starting off can't always be so easy.

There are nine different types of journalism:

Being a journalist takes time, and patience. But it also can be very achieving. Making a mark in the world with great mind boggling stories to tell and share with millons of other people around the world.

Every month CHS prints out a newspaper for the students to read out the latest news about what's going on in Cedaredge. Such as articles about sports, drama, art projects that are eye popping band announcements as well.



Awards: Best Overall Newspaper - 2nd Place Best Overall Yearbook - 1st Place Best Overall Small School Sports Photography - Danny Martinez 1st and 2nd Place, Cody Weiben 3rd Place Best Overall Small School News Writing - Skylar Smith 2nd and 3rd Place Best Overall Small School Feature Writing - Sierra Williams 2nd Place Best Overall Small School Sports Writing - Dante Markley 1st Place, Sierra McHugh 2nd Place Best Overall Small School Page Design - Lindsey Gardner 1st Place, Dante Markley 2nd Place, Danny Martinez 3rd Place Best Overall Small School News Photography - Ashleigh Balistreri 1st Place, Dakota Baldozier 2nd Place, Jessica Sullivan 3rd Place Best Overall Small School Yearbook Photography - Danny Martinez 1st Place, Brianna Henry 3rd Place Best Overall Small School Feature Photography - Lindsey Gardner 1st Place, Jessica Sullivan 2nd Place BEst Overall Small School Yearbook Page Design - Sidney Navarro 1st Place, Tani Zamarripa 2nd Place, Jordan Smith 3rd Place Best Small School Advertising - Sidney Navarro 1st and 2nd Place, Skylar Smith 3rd Place Best Small School Graphic/Illustration/ Design - Jackie Levitt 1st Place

BRUIN TRACKS / CHS NEWSPAPER

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Attention ALL Sophomores! State Leadership Seminar at DU Campus in Denver - June 21-24 2018 Cost is $200 including stay in dorms for 3 nights! Learn more by visiting HOBY.org or talking to your counselor.

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