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CAHS NEWS APRIL 7

There’s Good at CAHS
by Pauline Chinnery
This school year has been a very successful year so far at the Charlotte
Amalie High School. Living up to our motto "To Excel Always", many of our students have shined throughout the year despite the minor set backs that they may have faced. We have excelled in both the scholastic and athletic activities. For example, in the area of athletics we are undefeated champions in tackle football, volleyball, and girl’s basketball. We have also won prizes in special tournaments.
There were a variety of different essay contests during the year and as expected Charlotte Amalie High School came out on top. Some of the students shining at CAHS are Linesha Davis, a junior who won first prize in Senator Berry’s Annual Symposium’s Essay contest and Cohlene Heskey, who tied for fifth place.
In another competition sponsored by VITEMA, Addisnette Williams won first place and Charaine Skelton won second place. Both are sophomores at CAHS.
Also our VICA students were superior in their competitions in St.Croix: Morgan Callendar is our National Achievement Scholarship winner: and Sidonia Swan won a Spanish Honor Society Scholarship. These are our latest winners at CAHS and we are proud of them all.
We now look forward to successes in Quiz Bowl 2000, Moot Court, Carnival Queen Competition and others. There is no way that we will let down the good name of CAHS. So come on Chickenhawks, do your part!
Lack of Goal Post Could Hurt Team
by Reflector Staff
The soccer season has begun and the team practices on the CAHS field but
without a goal post. One of the things that is hindering a total feel for
the game is the fact that the school and team has no goal post.
The members hope that some good corporate citizen or a business will donate a goal post to them. The team and the school would be very grateful for the donation.
The games will be played at CAHS, Antillles, Addelita Cancryn and the University of the Virgin Islands fields. The team will play a total of nine (9) games and the seventeen team members are currently captained by Gabriel Dore. The vice-captain is Mejack Pierre and the coach is Mr. Howard Gumbs.

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There’s Good at CAHS
by Pauline Chinnery
This school year has been a very successful year so far at the Charlotte
Amalie High School. Living up to our motto "To Excel Always", many of our students have shined throughout the year despite the minor set backs that they may have faced. We have excelled in both the scholastic and athletic activities. For example, in the area of athletics we are undefeated champions in tackle football, volleyball, and girl’s basketball. We have also won prizes in special tournaments.
There were a variety of different essay contests during the year and as expected Charlotte Amalie High School came out on top. Some of the students shining at CAHS are Linesha Davis, a junior who won first prize in Senator Berry’s Annual Symposium’s Essay contest and Cohlene Heskey, who tied for fifth place.
In another competition sponsored by VITEMA, Addisnette Williams won first place and Charaine Skelton won second place. Both are sophomores at CAHS.
Also our VICA students were superior in their competitions in St.Croix: Morgan Callendar is our National Achievement Scholarship winner: and Sidonia Swan won a Spanish Honor Society Scholarship. These are our latest winners at CAHS and we are proud of them all.
We now look forward to successes in Quiz Bowl 2000, Moot Court, Carnival Queen Competition and others. There is no way that we will let down the good name of CAHS. So come on Chickenhawks, do your part!
Lack of Goal Post Could Hurt Team
by Reflector Staff
The soccer season has begun and the team practices on the CAHS field but
without a goal post. One of the things that is hindering a total feel for
the game is the fact that the school and team has no goal post.
The members hope that some good corporate citizen or a business will donate a goal post to them. The team and the school would be very grateful for the donation.
The games will be played at CAHS, Antillles, Addelita Cancryn and the University of the Virgin Islands fields. The team will play a total of nine (9) games and the seventeen team members are currently captained by Gabriel Dore. The vice-captain is Mejack Pierre and the coach is Mr. Howard Gumbs.