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Monday, 20 March 2017 20:52

Closed campus being discussed for CHS

Tardy Corcoran High School students could eventually lead to a closed campus at lunch for all CHS students during the lunch recess. The school’s principal, Antonia Stone, presented a proposal to the school board last week, flagging the freshman class for specific consideration at this time.

Corcoran High School has fully embraced Career Technology Education (CTE) programs, with students learning valuable life skills. CTE, formerly known as vocational education, currently has seven state-approved curriculum and training programs in place at CHS. The Journal has been spotlighting those “pathways,” and this week focuses on careers in education.
As of this past November, Corcoran High School’s Careers in Education Pathway students have been busy assisting Fremont Elementary School teachers with kids. The current schedule has the CHS juniors and seniors at Fremont Elementary four days per week.

Corcoran High School students are learning to build the video games they spend so much time playing. With the video game business being a multi-billion dollar industry, it goes without saying that video games are no longer simply hobby. Today at CHS, students are being taught how to design, code and review video games.

Thursday, 01 May 2014 16:34

Baseball 6-4 in ESL

The Corcoran High School varsity baseball has just five games left to play in East Sequoia League action.

The Panthers currently have a 6-4 league record after losing both games last week to Woodlake.

Against Woodlake last Friday, Corcoran Lost 1-5. Last Wednesday, the Panthers posted a close 5-6 loss.

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