ABout The editors
Hi CC! I'm Naiah Sirrine, a senior here and a first year staff writer. i love swimming, fashion, and a good nap. I despise gluten and driving. I'm so excited to be your student life co editor this year!
Hello Chargers! I am Ruby Winget, I love to swim, bake and sleep. Swig is the love of my life. This is my first year on the Chronicle and I am so happy to report on all things student life.
ANNOUNCING THIS YEAR'S FALL MUSICAL: CRAZY FOR YOU!
Corner Canyon High will delight audiences by performing “Crazy for You,” a romantic comedy musical that features catchy tunes from Ira and George Gershwin.
And, really, who could ask for anything more? The Chargers’ musical run goes from Nov. 10-14.
Thursday, Nov. 10: 7 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 11:
Saturday, Nov. 12: 1 p.m., 7 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 14: 7 p.m.
announcing: National Merit scholarship semifinalists
Congratulations to six CHARGERS named as semifinalists for the National Merit Scholarship!
"Only" 1.5 million students take the PSAT/MNSQT exam during their junior year, but only 16,000 qualify as semifinalists! We are lucky to have these six BRAINICACS at CCHS!
They now have the opportunity to apply to be a finalist as well.
HALL FLYERS SPOTTED:
Homecoming Assembly IGNITES SPIRIT
BY RUBY WINGET STUDENT LIFE CO-EDITOR
One of the best parts of Homecoming week is the assembly. On Tuesday September 13th Corner Canyon had the treat of getting to see our performing arts groups display their talents and also got to learn a little more about the Homecoming court nominees.
To start off our assembly, the CCHS Chamber choir sang the National anthem. As always, they did an amazing job. Then the varsity dance company gave us an incredible performance that was full of life and energy. Following that, the CCHS cheer team took the stage. They did flips, stunts and cheers and got the whole crowd on their feet. Additionally, the student government representatives gave us a great fashion show and showed us how to dress up for the next spirit days.
After all of these impeccable performances, the student body got to watch all the nominees videos and get to know them better. First up was Cael Crosby and Sammie Harkness. They vogued and danced their ways right into the student bodies hearts.
Second, we had the opportunity to get to know Owen Borg and Katie Kessler. While their toothbrushes may be boring, their clip sure wasn't. It had all the action of the best sports films packed into a whirlwind 60 seconds.
Following them, Kenna Pupunu and Josh Townsend came to the big screen. Their gender flipped short had the whole crowd on the edge of their seats.
After them, Lauren Easton and Nick Gordon took on the theme of getting picked up. Their video was full of action and laughs as they tried to steal the crowns from last year's Prom king and queen.
Next, the crowd has the chance to see Ava Christensen and Ronan Spencer have a dinner date in a Keeping Up With The Kardashians-style interview.
Finally, returning Prom king Danial Su and Isabella Sally Salazar got to show their video. This was a hilarious pair to say the least.
After the student body voted via QR code, Avery Hansen sang the Homecoming theme song “Forever Young”. She did an amazing job of closing out the assembly with a bang.
HOMECOMING WEEK activities!
Some new, some old to mark the 10th anniversary of CCHS
All about AShlynn
BY Afton Milne Sports Editor
This year’s Student Body President is Ashlynn Pepper. Ashlynn has been on student government 2 times in the past. I asked her a few questions so you could get to know her and her role in our school a little bit better.
Q: What are your goals this year?
A: “My own goals this year are to get the score I want on the ACT and feel more organized so I’m not stressed over school work. I also want to not let little life things distract me from the bigger things. I want to say hi and be nice to everyone. I especially want to be myself.”
Q: What other extracurricular activities do you participate in?
A: “Within the school activities I play lacrosse for the High School team.”
Q: What are some of your favorite activities as a student?
A: “I love Wednesday activities that happen every week at lunch. I also love charity month and all the things we do in that month as a school. I love sporting events and all the people that show up to support them.”
Q: What are your responsibilities as Student Body President?
A: “I have a ton of responsibilities. I make sure that the school is all treated well and that student government runs smoothly. I talk with my teachers, advisors, and DJ about ideas and concerns. All the activities you see go on run through me. I make sure it all goes smoothly. I work with the office ladies and the librarians with posters and advertising. I do a lot of little things as well.”
Q: What is your favorite part of your job?
A: “I love my student government family and being able to talk to everyone. I love love LOVE my job! I love being able to put my ideas out there and really see all of Corner Canyon as one big family.”
Q: What made you decide to run for student body officer?
A: “I saw my sister do it and it looked super fun. So I tried it out and now I’m in my third year of student government. I LOVE IT! I’m also a people person and love talking to people so I knew SBO would be for me.
Q: How did you guys come up with this year’s theme?
A: “We were trying to come up with something that matched with the 10-year anniversary that we hit this year at Corner Canyon. We debated for a long time over what theme to do. In the end, “Stronger than ever” really stuck because it’s basically the first year that covid isn’t an issue to deal with. It’s just something that for a good comeback this year.”
Q: What do you want students to know about you?
A: “I want them to know that I’m a hard worker and a good listener. I love listening to music and watching sports. I love shoes and laughing.”
Q: What is your advice for other students?
A: “Don’t take High School for granted. It’s something you can never do twice. Have fun with it and don’t be afraid to be yourself. Don’t hide because you are worried about what people think. Make sure to make someone smile every day!”
Photo 1- Presdient Pepper at CC football game
Photo 2- Ashlynn with good friend Jacquelyn
Photo 3- Student Gov at camp