Trash build up

Rebekah Simmons, Staff Member

March 13, 2020

It’s no secret that humans have, over the past several hundred years, been polluting the environment to the point where it is not only negatively affecting animals and the ecosystem, but us as well. According to an article...

Signing Day

Jazmine Whatley, co-editor

February 12, 2020

Wednesday February 5th, five seniors signed to their dream colleges. The signing was held in the CHS arena. The seniors who signed were: Makeely Wade, Oklahoma Wesleyan University for Volleyball, Kesley David, University o...

Holiday History

Jazmine Whatley, Co-Editor

December 13, 2019

The holidays look different for everyone, whether it’s spending them alone, or celebrating them with family and friends. Every country and home has its own holiday customs. There’s Christmas, Hannuka, Kwanzaa, and many more...

Camp Rock the Musical

Camp Rock the Musical

December 13, 2019

Candy Cane Day

Tiana Olguin, Staff

December 12, 2019

In order to show the Christmas spirit, students dressed up for a week prior to the holiday break. On December 11, students celebrated Candy Cane day. Students and teachers dress in red and white. Those who did, received a candy...

Weary Weather Affecting Student Life at Cabot High

Torrie Herrington, Journalism

November 22, 2019

The transition from October to November has brought a severe drop in temperature and fluctuation of weather. According to The Weather Channel, Cabot had a high of 90 degrees on October 1st.  However, the lingering feeling of summer...

Letter to the Editor

Sydney Hazeslip

February 6, 2019

To the Editor,   The Cabot High School, Freshman Academy, and Junior High North campuses are all within a mile of each other which causes traffic congestion before and after school. There has not been a study complet...