Sunday, December 17, 2017


Students go to Washington D.C
Picture page: 100 students visit D.C. to see Donald Trump sworn into office
My POV: One student shares her "once-in-a-lifetime" experience

Bison Wrestling Seniors Commemorate Senior Night
Five seniors affirm that hard work does pay off

Queen of Hearts Court Raising Money for Heart Disease
Eight students taking donations for the American Heart Assocation 

Kevin Laue Appears at CAJSHS
FCCLA club memebrs brings in motivational speaker for students

Sophomores Take a Day Trip
Future careers are focus of visit to CCCTC 

Honored for Hard Work
January Students of the Month Selected

Lucky 13
German Honor Society inducts students

Above left, approximately 100 students from grades 9-12 attended the Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C. Lower left, eight students are collecting money for heart research and vying for the title "Queen of Hearts" during the month of February.

Academics and technical skills are embraced by our students. At left, Logan Rogers, a student at the Clearfield County Career and Technical Center, demonstrates his masonry skills during an open house for sophomores. At right, Haeley Stott is celebrated for academic excellence at the recent German Honor Society induction.