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Sister cities

Kelsey Lawson
March 3, 2010 • 478 views
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Every year, a number of high school juniors from Tempe travel to a foreign country to live with a host family for the summer as part of the Tempe Sister Cities High School Exchange program. Students have the opportunity to visit Skopje, Macedonia; Regensburg, Germany; Lower Hutt, New Zealand; Zhenjiang,...

Teen Resource Center

Tony Valderrama
February 19, 2010 • 350 views
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Do you need clothes but don’t have any spare cash? Come to the new Teen Resource Center. Everything is free. No matter what you’re looking for - jeans, sweatshirts, blouses, shoes, and other accessories - can all be found at the Teen Resource Center. The new Teen Resource Center can be found at...

Project Runway

Janae Mari
February 1, 2010 • 334 views
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Apparel and Design 1-2 finished its Project Runway challenge after a three-week design and construction process. The class breaks up into groups of four or five students and designs a dress they want to assemble. The class has three weeks to put the dress together before they go on display in the...

Hoopcoming

Eric Tilley
January 13, 2010 • 471 views
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Corona’s varsity boys’ basketball team will be hosting its second annual Hoopcoming game on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. against Dobson. The game will be especially important for Corona because it will be televised on Cox Channel 7. This could attract the attention of scouts and it could also have...

Former students sentenced for hoax

Bree Purdy
December 15, 2009 • 800 views
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Former Corona students, Laurin Godson and Lauren Tamburrelli, both 19, were charged with multiple felonies on Dec. 11 at Mesa’s Maricopa County Superior Court. In March, the two seniors called in a bomb threat, which resulted in the school being shut down for a day as police investigated the threat...

Media classes win awards in DC

Mary Kate Eckles
December 4, 2009 • 1,798 views
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From Nov. 13-15 more than 6,000 newspaper, broadcast and yearbook high school students from around the country participated in the JEA/NSPA (Journalism Education Association/ National Scholastic Press Association) convention in Washington, DC. One of the main events at the convention is the write-offs. Write-offs...

Talent show raises funds for March of Dimes

Jessica Hyduke
November 12, 2009 • 438 views
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On Nov. 3, the March of Dimes club held their annual fundraiser, Corona’s Got Talent, in the James C. Love auditorium. At the event, students and teachers volunteered their time and talents to raise money for one of Corona’s most popular clubs. Among the students who performed was sophomore Irene...

Football for charity

Alex Bernal
November 8, 2009 • 367 views
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Three seniors at Corona del Sol High School, including Katie Culver, Katie O'Brien and Chase Cartwright, decided to host a flag football tournament to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The flag football game was played at Hangar Park from 5-7 p.m. on Oct. 30 with a $5 entry...

Culinary Arts

November 4, 2009 • 341 views
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The Culinary Arts Program at Corona recently got a grant from the state to get new equipment. Almost all the equipment in the pictures is completely new. [imagebrowser id=9]

Lib Dub

October 28, 2009 • 343 views
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CDSTV put on a group Lip Dub on Sunday Oct. 25 to promote the bonfire.             [imagebrowser id=7]

The Nest is the best

Bree Purdy
October 23, 2009 • 432 views
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Arizona legend tells the tale of notorious 15-year old serial killer, Jacob Kell. It is rumored that Kell slaughtered 35 people who had previously mistreated him during the week after his sister, one of the few people kind to him, was murdered. On Oct. 31, 1945, his rampage ended when he was violently...

Open Enrollment at Corona

Janae Mari
October 20, 2009 • 401 views
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Corona is home to nearly 2,500 students living in the Chandler-Tempe area. For years Corona has had closed boundaries, but the district is looking into opening the borders for next year. The district is investigating all potential sources of increasing revenue because the schools are funded by the...

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