LVUSD implements district-wide wifi network for 2012-2013 school year

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Ellie Berke - Staff Writer
October 7, 2012

The Las Virgenes Unified School District school board is discussing the implementation of a wifi network for both CHS and Agoura High School on a student-to-student level. Every student will have his or her own login identification to use the school’s wifi from his or her own personal account.... Read more »

CHS creates new online version of the student store

Julia Shapiro - Staff Writer
July 8, 2012

Recently, CHS has created an online version of the student store to provide greater accessibility to community members. With this new website, students will have an easier and more accessible option in paying for school-related items. They will no longer have to wait in long lines and will be... Read more »

First multicultural mural contest promotes tolerance and unity at CHS

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Pegah Natanzi - Staff Writer
June 6, 2012

“I think that the mural will brighten the campus and make a variety of students feel more welcome at CHS.”  - sophomore ASB Community Outreach Commissioner Paige Plaskoff This past May, CHS held its first multicultural mural contest. Students submitted artistic designs inspired by multicultural... Read more »

Who Rocks The House?

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Ellie Kalatzi - Chief Online Webmaster
October 5, 2011

The first pep rally of the year featured CHS’s two new pep rally commisioners, Jenna Abrams and Mark Weiner. Various perfomances by the Dance Team, the Cheer Team, as well as the mini fashion show and obstacle course gave way to many laughs and a truly satisfied audience. The last two items on... Read more »

CHS Performing Arts Center receives an Award of Excellence in architectural design

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Sabrina Sigal - Staff Writer, '14
October 4, 2011

“In the future, we plan to have a gala event, which will include theater, music and dance performances from current students and alumni,” said theater teacher Bill Gattett. “The [new] theater will be housing different outside community events, which will expose our students to the arts.” This... Read more »

Anti-Defamation League comes to CHS

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Siena Goldman - Staff Writer, Alexa Carlucci - Staff Writer
October 4, 2011

On August 27, 28 and 29, the Anti-Defamation League, an agency that works to fight against human inequalities and anti-Semitism, came to CHS to teach students about tolerance. ADL holds peer training programs throughout the United States to encourage students to take action against various social injustices... Read more »

Measure K Parcel Tax

Jessica Smith - Staff Writer, '14
October 4, 2011

Due to the California budget cuts, members of the local community are working together to raise money necessary funds to keep the Las Virgenes Unified School District “boyant” in a time of crisis. In November, Calabasas residents will be asked to vote on a new parcel tax that will greatly... Read more »

Naviance aids seniors with college applications

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Yajur Maker - Staff Writer and Ron Balchandani - Staff Writer
October 4, 2011

In 2008, the CHS administration introduced an online program called Naviance. The website’s goal is to make the college application process as simple as possible and to help students keep track of their applications. This year, seniors are required to use the program. Robin Lutsky, head of the College... Read more »

Calabasas Goes Green

Jessica Fuld - Staff Writer, '14
October 4, 2011

Members of the city of Calabasas come together to improve the local environment. Ordinances and Special Events The city of Calabasas hosts a variety of events throughout the year to help restore and enhance the environment. Members of the com­munity have begun organizing events to reintroduce plants... Read more »