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Jaguar Staff

The Schools New Program: SAC

February 14, 2019 7:21pm | Joy Douglas

The school has started implementing a new program titles SAC. SAC stands for the student accountability center. This new program is being used to combat all the leftover students in the hallway. When a student is late, they are sent to this center to write […]

Aaliyah Jackson

February 12, 2019 7:23pm | Aaliyah Jackson

Aaliyah Jackson 11th grade Role: Business Management Section: Master Chef Club Reason of joining: I wanted to learn more about writing. Likes: Drawing, Hanging with friends, Dislikes: Science, Carrots, Sports Hobbies: Drawing, Video games, Hanging out with my friends  

Teachers Inspiring the Lives of Students

May 11, 2018 5:40pm | MaKia Mcmillan

One of our fellow teachers, Ms. Joyce Price, works with all her students to ensure that they are prepared for the world after graduation. While teaching, she makes sure all her students are understanding of the lessons and work. Ms. Price teaches self love, self […]

Code of Conduct Assemblies

December 21, 2017 4:35pm | Evan Eubanks

In the past two weeks, there were 4 code of conduct assemblies held for each grade level. Each assembly was a way for administrators to catch students that did not have on the correct  uniform. The students that didn’t have correct uniforms or student identification […]

What Makes a Good Teacher?

December 15, 2017 4:51pm | Christopher Jenkins

What makes a good teacher? In my opinion,  respect, love , and care are what makes a good teacher.  There are thousands of teachers and professors out there but simply being one does not make them “good” in my eyes or the eyes of the majority. […]

City Council

December 11, 2017 7:00pm | Jimmy Edme

The Glenarden city council is preparing to repeal a current Charter Resolution that was adopted in November of 2016. This grants 16 year old residents of Glenarden the right to vote in local elections. This Charter Amendment which lowered the voting age from 18-16 years old, […]

Mr.Mitchell Piano class

December 7, 2017 7:26pm | Angel Ramos

Mr.Mitchell is the teacher for both Piano and Choir, he is also the teacher for the choir group for Charles Herbert Flowers. Recently Mr.Mitchell has been busy with both holding auditions and teaching the class with piano. The auditions are for people who can sing […]

Grade Appeals

December 1, 2017 7:03pm | Taariq pritchard

All of 1st quarter grade appeals end on December the 6th. The appeal must be received by the teacher of the specific subject.   Reason for appeals include: 1. Allegation of error in grade averaging or grade entry 2. Allegation that factors other than those established […]

Mr. Pettigrew’s AP Language Arts Class

November 1, 2017 5:57pm | Tajia Lawrence

AP Language Arts Class is a class in which students learn to understand the interactions among a writer’s purpose, audience, subject and genre and how each of these contributes to effective writing. The purpose of the class is for students to enhance their writing skills. […]

From the U.S. to France and then back

October 8, 2015 10:14am |

Dijon, Grenoble, and Paris are dream locations for any summer visit to France. One new teacher at CHFHS has had a chance to not only visit these cities and more, but she has had the opportunity to live and study there as well. New French […]