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The Student News Site of Chandler High School

The Wolf Howl

A Student Doing Schoolwork with a Computer

‘One-to-One Initiative’ to bring computers to all Chandler High students

Kate Rogers, Reporter December 3, 2021

Chandler High is getting some new tech- a lot of new tech. Our school is partnering with Intel and Dell to create the “One-to-One Initiative,” one computer for every student. And these computers won’t...

Vinyl Production Backlogs Hit Independent Artists

Vinyl Production Backlogs Hit Independent Artists

Griffin Eckstein, News Editor December 3, 2021

With lasting supply chain disruptions, demand increases, and newfound commercial potential, vinyl record production is facing new challenges. Independent artists face wait times of over a year for record...

The Bronze Winning Farm Business Management team presents their award.

Wolves Attend FFA Nationals

Claire Jones and Andrew Phillips November 12, 2021

Chandler High School attended the Future Farmers of America (FFA) Nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana from October 27th through the 30th, participating in the Agricultural Business, Conduct of Meetings,...

Supreme Court rules to allow Texas abortion restrictions

Supreme Court rules to allow Texas abortion restrictions

Griffin Eckstein, News Editor October 21, 2021

The United States Supreme Court ruled 5-4 not to stop a Texas law banning abortions after 6 weeks from going into effect. The law, which, according to Justices Roberts, Kagan, Sotomayor, and Breyer in...

Historic Arizona wildfire season devastates flora, fauna

Historic Arizona wildfire season devastates flora, fauna

Andrew Phillips, Reporter October 14, 2021

Arizona’s dry and sweltering environment is a perfect formula for wildfires, and this season was no exception.  With over 1100 wildfires that have ravaged 550,000 acres of land, this season has been...

People are quitting jobs at record rates

People are quitting jobs at record rates

Makena Colihan, Reporter September 23, 2021

Since the pandemic, employees have been leaving jobs at record rates. For many, new management and working conditions play a big role in why people are walking away. The number of job openings jumped to...

Youth Substance Abuse

Youth Substance Abuse

Sammie Bourland, Reporter September 23, 2021

Research by the National Institute on Drug Abuse suggests that in 2019, 35 percent of teens in the US admitted that they had tried a form of illicit drugs. Other studies conducted by the National Center...

Tiny Houses

Tiny Houses

Mya Beard, Reporter September 22, 2021

Tiny homes help change and improve the environment we live in. By using less materials when building, according to New Home Resource, a home under 400 square feet uses fewer materials to build than a 2,641...

COVID Vaccine Vials

What do we know about COVID-19 vaccine booster shots?

Madeline Moran, Special Features/Entertainment Editor September 10, 2021
COVID-19 Booster shots are expected to be released beginning the week of September 20th and offered to individuals who received their second vaccine dose at least 8 months prior.
Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package

Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package

Madeline Moran, Special Features/Entertainment Editor August 10, 2021

On February 27th, 2021,  the House passed a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill to aid in the country’s recovery after the economic effects that occurred due to COVID-19. One week later on the 6th of March,...

Child wearing a face mask

The Efficacy of Masks

Imani Davis, Features/Digital Media Editor September 10, 2020

The efficacy of surgical and cloth face masks for the general public has been heavily researched, and the results vary.  Breathing and talking produce small liquid particles called aerosols. Larger...

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