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Winter reprieve

Science teacher Jason Petzold enjoys the balmy 32-degree temperature while serving his outside rover duty last Wednesday morning, Jan. 10. Petzold is outside every Wednesday and Friday morning during Period 2 to make sure students are not going off campus when they should be staying in class or not leaving school grounds. Petzold, who said he enjoys the warmer weather, couldn't wait for Friday, …

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Madison Crawford

Fresh from our newsroom

  • Mini Harvest-Fest continues today The New Hampshire Scholars program at Concord High School is holding a get together in the courtyard beneath the catwalk during all lunch pe
  • Crack’s destructive capabilities Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes informational writing by David Venator,
  • Strenuous dreams Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes "Strenuous Dreams," a blog created by C
  • Black flame Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Matt Skoby this month includes "A Black Flame in a Dying Ocean," a narrative
  • Warming up Sincere Thomas, senior, warms up for a unified basketball game against Merrimack Valley Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Concord High School gymnas
  • Being an athlete If you are not an athlete, You don’t know the pain, You can’t know the pain. >As athletes we know when we play any game The pain
  • Unsung heroes: Renee D’Allesandro and Mary Palm "Unsung Heroes" is a new series of interviews and photos of Concord High School staff members who are underappreciated. They all help the s
  • Nicholas Matte: “Senioritis is inevitable” Transitioning from middle school to high school is hard, but spending your freshmen year in three different schools is even harder. This is
  • Bizzy Willing: “Try new things” As the end of senior year approaches, Bizzy Willing has been reminiscing about all sorts of things: time spent in hallways, friends soon
  • Bryce Currier: “Don’t be intimidated” Deerfield's Bryce Currier says coming to Concord High was intimidating when he started here four years ago, in part because he spent the fi
  • Cailin Casey: “Do what you want to do” There are plenty of extracurricular activities at Concord High School for students to partake of. Clubs and sports are a great way to get i
  • Courtney Reyes: Going military and college Courtney Reyes will remember lots of things when she graduates from Concord High School June 18: gym classes, English and algebra; favorite
  • Anna Makris: “Senior year goes fast” Anna Makris will be heading off to Endicott College in the fall after a busy senior year at Concord High School. President of the Key Cl
  • Pablo Rubin: “Be yourself” As the school year comes to an end, seniors are ready to graduate and finally begin life in the “real” world. Concord High Senio
  • Sara Neema: “Take more classes” Graduating senior Sara Neema arrived in America in the summer of 2013 knowing little about her new country or new school. With the he

Class projects

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    Mattress sale Sunday benefits CHS music
    The Concord High School music department is holding its third annual mattress fundraiser this Sunday, Nov. 5, from 10 a.
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    Flower power
    Freshmen in Frank Harrison’s Biology class recently dissected daffodils in order to learn about asexual reproducti
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    Cooking up credits
    Now that Quarter 4 is underway, seniors have just weeks to enjoy last classes at Concord High School. And enjoy they a
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    Crack’s destructive capabilities
    Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes informational writin
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    Animal as teacher
    Clyde Littlzz sits in his cage as he looks at the Concord High School seniors who share him for their animal behavior pr
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    Language of the unheard
    Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Matt Skoby this month includes informational writing by

Clubs

Sports

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    Friday night lights
    Concord High’s football team just had its Homecoming game Oct. 14 against the Bedford Bulldogs. The Crimson Tide ended
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    Keep supporting sports
    Taxpayers across the country sometimes struggle with funding schools and extracurricular activities. When budgets lack
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    Tide Puck says final goodbyes
    Banquet and tradition.: two words that define what we have at Concord High School every year, every season, every spor
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    Concord wins a close one
    Senior Edward Johnson, #90, goes down low for some cheer from the crowd during Thursday’s unified basketball game
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    Warming up
    Sincere Thomas, senior, warms up for a unified basketball game against Merrimack Valley Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Concor
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    Girls Ice Hockey opens today
    Concord High School girls ice hockey opens its season today with a 3:30 p.m. home game vs. Exeter  at Everett Arena. Co

Opinion

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    Only two wheels and two legs needed
    People have choices. That’s the great thing about America. There’s always an opportunity to choose between things th
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    Keep supporting sports
    Taxpayers across the country sometimes struggle with funding schools and extracurricular activities. When budgets lack
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    Climate change damaging our oceans
    Climate change is a natural occurrence. The earth is heated by the sun and some of the heat escapes through the atmosphe
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    Why are more people dying on American roads?
    It is no secret that today’s cars are as safe as cars have ever been. They are loaded with devices designed to protect
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    Celebrate the pen
    “It took 60 years and 3 inventors for the ballpoint pen and the ballpoint pen to be made of a metal ball of ink,” ac
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    "Hey" you
    It’s Friday night, and you and your girlfriends decide to watch your high school’s hockey team take on another

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    Winter reprieve
    Science teacher Jason Petzold enjoys the balmy 32-degree temperature while serving his outside rover duty last Wednesday
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    Sunday at the Deerfield Fair
    The 141st Deerfield Fair ran from Thursday, Sept. 28, through Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. New England’s oldest “Fa
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    Inside Deerfield Fair’s best apple crisp stand
    On Thursday, September 28, the Deerfield Fair opened its gates for the weekend and the first of thousands of visitors be
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    Psyched!
    Students in AP Psychology classes celebrated Concord High’s annual “Psych Fair” Wednesday, June 7, wi
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    Alone and together
    Feet are the most underappreciated part of the human body. When you think about it, our feet are what move us to be with
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    Local scouts active year-round
    Though many New Hampshire residents are desperate for an end to snow, some local Boy Scouts feel a little less antsy: th

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