March 2013 archive

Mar 26

The Thunder Effect

For middle schoolers in the Tri-Town area, things are about to change. The opening of Thunder Valley, a K-8 school planning to take over the old Frederick High School building, will decrease overcrowding at nearby Coal Ridge Middle School. According to Mr. Young, Principal of Coal Ridge Middle School, there are currently no available classrooms …

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Mar 21

???ADVICE COLUMN???

Is it okay that I think bad words are okay? It is okay that you think bad words are okay. You just need to figure out the right time and place to use them. For example, if you have friends who aren’t okay or don’t feel comfortable with the words you’re saying, I would suggest …

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Mar 19

Fashion Frenzy

Pastels Loose the neon from last summer and trade it in for pastels. You can rock summer 2013 by adding pastel pieces to your closet, or even to your hair. Jeans           Instead of old blue jeans, go out and buy jeans with prints or pastels. They’re available almost anywhere and …

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Mar 12

Get To Know The New Teacher: Mrs. Spahr

Mrs. Spahr is Coal Ridge Middle School’s new  8th grade math teacher and we wanted to get to know her a little better. So we had her answer a few questions. Spahr shared her thoughts on our community, “Coal Ridge Middle School is a great school because the students and families of the Frederick and …

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Mar 11

Last Hooraw for CRMS

Wrestling at Coal Ridge this year is going real well. CRMS has a great chance of winning most of its matches. So far, the school has won every meet this season against opposing teams. The kids at our school  new to wrestling are all stepping it up, really trying and working hard. Everyone at Coal …

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Mar 11

This game is history!

In all three years of the staff vs. students basketball game, this year was the closest game for students winning ever! Even though the score was so far apart, the game was amazing to watch. Once again the teachers beat the students, 53-27. Kyle Lahr and Nathan Washington knocked down three pointers to keep the …

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Mar 08

Fashion Frenzy

Do you have trouble getting ready in the morning? Well not anymore.Thanks to Fashion Frenzy, you will be provided with weekly tips that will help you get ready in the morning. Five Ways to Braid There’s no need to damage your hair by curling it everyday. There are plenty of no heat, easy to do …

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Mar 04

Carbon Valley Regional Library

When people walk into a library they mainly see the books. Most people don’t get to see all the work that goes along with it. Eileen McCluskey is the branch manager at the Carbon Valley Regional Library and is in charge of everything that goes on in the background.  “There can be many challenges to …

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Mar 04

Drama, Drama, Drama

Drama club isn’t a sport and what many may call a lame activity, but it is truly interesting and fun. At CRMS, we have a great drama club program for almost anyone interested in acting, singing, dancing, or someone who wants to try something new. This club is always welcome to newcomers. Mrs.Layla Bowes, 7th/8th …

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Mar 04

The Coal Ridge MESA Club

The Coal Ridge Chronicle recently interviewed the Coal Ridge MESA club. Ms.Bowes, the MESA and 7th/8th grade science teacher, talks us of their current project. They recently finished studying the possibilities of aerodynamics. The project itself explores aerodynamics and how they work. The MESA club is always open to new members and a variety of …

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