The Coffee Press

The Year in Print

The Year in Print

May 16, 2018

Closing Concert is a Sight to See

Sekota Chaput and Yanely Luna

May 15, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Events, News

Two bands will perform their final concert of the year on Tuesday, May 15 at 6:30 in the theater. Both bands are created to provide varying levels of difficulty based on students’ abilities to play their instruments. Mr. Curley d...

I’ve Had a Change of Heart

George Gannon, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 11, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion Editorial

You know what? I take back everything I said that was negative about TNReady. This year, the test rolled out more successful than ever. The first week only had a few major problems, like Monday’s login lockout, Tuesday’s cybe...

Senior Wills

May 10, 2018

Filed under Features, News

This year, The Coffee Press asked seniors to leave something that helped them through their years here to someone to whom it may come in handy.   From: Ash Moss To: Alex Baldwin and M.E Spradley -My Alaska sweater -"Former...

Law and Order: CCCHS

Law and Order: CCCHS

April 24, 2018

Students Experience Complications with EOC Testing

Vanessa Willis, editor-in-chief

April 17, 2018

Filed under News

Monday was the first day of state EOC testing. Several students experienced long delays when trying to log-in to the testing website. CCCHS teachers were forwarded an e-mail from Dr. Candice McQueen, Tennessee's Commissioner of...

Bookstore Taking Donations for CCHS Family in Need

Vanessa Willis, editor-in-chief

April 17, 2018

Filed under News

The Red Raider bookstore will be taking donations for a CCCHS family in need. There will be a jar on the counter in the upcoming weeks where customers can leave their change or give larger donations. This money goes directly to...

Tornadoes are Right Up our Alley

George Gannon, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 17, 2018

Filed under Events, News

  Tennesseans must be prepared for tornado season, as the state is right in the middle of Dixie Alley. The notorious Tornado Alley on the plains is a breeding ground for powerful tornadoes. It is not common knowledg...

Pedagogical Teacher Mrs.Pedigo Retires

Ann Petty, reporter/photographer

April 10, 2018

Filed under Features, News

Mrs. Dorothy Pedigo is retiring this year after 37 years of teaching all math subjects, minus statistics.Her experience has encompassed every grade from seventh to twelfth. Her main reason for retiring is time with family -- especial...

Color guard Invites Students With Open Arms

Halli Richards, Design and Layout Editor

April 10, 2018

Filed under Clubs, News, Student Life

It’s audition time, and marching season is just around the corner! CCCHS Color Guard audition workshops begin after school on Monday, April 9. Auditions will be completed on Thursday, April 19. This is a chance to join Coffee...

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