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Student Maddie Hobbs holding the new travel Advisement passes that students are required to take with them in order to go in the halls. Because most students are not a fan of these passes, she is thumbing it down.
CATS Hour Canceled
Elena Hunsinger, Staff Writer • Sep 17, 2022

     CATS hour was considered by many to be one of the best parts of the 2021-2022 school year. The replacement however, is not as popular....

The crowded start of Liberty Bell. TJ Frueh and Parker Graham are visible towards the right, behind the runner in the blue Boulder singlet.
"Let's See How Bad You Want This"
Mitchell Davis, Staff Writer • Sep 17, 2022

     I met TJ Frueh at seven a.m. on Saturday, Sep. 10 to ride with him to Liberty Bell. The air was damp and chilly under gray skies -- good...

As the year starts, new faces arrive throughout the building. Mr. Ryan Morken, a new physical education teacher, is excited to work with the Peer Adapted PE team. “I love working with these kids,” Morken said. “I hope to give them a fun and enjoyable time.”
Starting New
Reese Olson, Staff Writer • Sep 14, 2022

     With the new school year arriving, many new changes have arisen not only for the students, but also the new faculty. For junior Ryann...

CVTV text with Sabercat
CVTV - September 6, 2022
Sep 6, 2022

Welcome to CVTV for the 22-23 school year. We're excited to be back! For our first episode we'll catch up  on the favorite and not so favorite...

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Poms Prep for Competition
Sep 23, 2022
To cure her bad mood, sophomore Chloe Dyer tunes out her problems by listening to her favorite music. Dyer spends every minute of her off period walking the halls with headphones in. In securing an off period, Dyer was able to finish her homework early and be left with time to listen to all her favorite pop songs. “By listening to music, I feel like I get a break from everything school work related,” Dyer said.
Replacing Rock
The downturn of interest in rock music results in a new replacement for the genre
Lily Steinbrunner, Staff Writer • Sep 20, 2022
Student Maddie Hobbs holding the new travel Advisement passes that students are required to take with them in order to go in the halls. Because most students are not a fan of these passes, she is thumbing it down.
CATS Hour Canceled
Students complain about the removal of CATS hour and its replacement
Elena Hunsinger, Staff Writer • Sep 17, 2022
Outfit Options: 
Senior Jocelyn Oceguera drinking boba after a day of classes. After the summer, Oceguera had to organize her wardrobe in a way that fit the school dress code, adjusting to follow them in order to not receive a violation. “I really have to be conscious about making sure my clothes fit me the way the school wants them to,” Oceguera said.
Dress to Impress
Jocelyn Oceguera speaks on the stricter enforcement of the dress code policies
Jamie Writer, Staff Writer • Sep 14, 2022
Students After Sabercats
Students After Sabercats
Goals of past student athletes and media staff compared to current athletes' goals
Sophi Pinello, Staff Writer • Sep 18, 2022
After a long day of stressful school work, junior Ashlyn Acree leads her team on the softball field. Even though they don’t win every game, the Sabercats are ready for their game at Heritage. Acree was able to keep up her grades so she could play in as many games with her team as possible. “I balance school and sports by taking school really seriously and my social life is pretty much my softball team which it’s nice having a really supportive team. Also, they help me throughout my school and stuff like that,” Acree said.
Hitting the Books
Student athlete Ashlyn Acree talks about how she juggles sports and school
Ryley Lee, Staff Writer • Sep 17, 2022
As sophomore Meghan Winston mounts the bar, she hits her connection and is above horizontal, guaranteeing a 10.00 start value. She attends a meet at Castle Rock Chameleon Gymnastics and ends with a great score. “Sometimes I get nervous but the excitement always kicks in the second a hand touches the apparatus,” Winston says.
Flipping Under Pressure
Gymnasts at CV are under a lot of pressure dealing with their practice schedule and after-school activities
Katherine King, Staff Writer • Sep 17, 2022
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Senior Jocelyn Oceguera drinking boba after a day of classes. After the summer, Oceguera had to organize her wardrobe in a way that fit the school dress code, adjusting to follow them in order to not receive a violation. “I really have to be conscious about making sure my clothes fit me the way the school wants them to,” Oceguera said.
Dress to Impress
Jocelyn Oceguera speaks on the stricter enforcement of the dress code policies
Jamie Writer, Staff Writer • Sep 14, 2022
Many students of color are unaware of the numerous opportunities and scholarships catered to them. Senior Elizabeth Flores Quintero says these may not have been as visible to their target audience at CV as they could be. “My college application process so far has not been great,” Flores Quintero said. “I dont know a whole lot of scholarships or opportunities that focus on Hispanic/diverse students. Ive been kind of lost and scared in this whole college application process.”
Lacking Resources
Senior Elizabeth Flores Quintero explains the challenges of college applications as a Hispanic student
Satori McCormick, Online Editor In Chief • Sep 14, 2022
After a long day of stressful school work, junior Ashlyn Acree leads her team on the softball field. Even though they don’t win every game, the Sabercats are ready for their game at Heritage. Acree was able to keep up her grades so she could play in as many games with her team as possible. “I balance school and sports by taking school really seriously and my social life is pretty much my softball team which it’s nice having a really supportive team. Also, they help me throughout my school and stuff like that,” Acree said.
Hitting the Books
Ryley Lee, Staff Writer • Sep 17, 2022
A representation of potential inclusivity at Castle View demonstrates the progress that has been made. This message sits outside of Mr. Yaryan’s room, where the GSA club meets. Though there has been some progress, there is much more that needs to be done. “I’ve definitely received negative treatment because of my sexuality. I didn’t talk to [the] administration because I’ve dealt with this stuff my whole life and I don’t really let it get to me,” Middleton said.
From Speech to Slurs
Brooke Coffman, Staff Writer • Sep 10, 2022
Getting back on my Feet
Jordyn Good, Staff • Oct 7, 2021
At the beginning of a new school year, Student Government is eager to create a school year filled with fun memories. Student Bailee Blake is confident that they can create a fun- filled year with a great environment at Castle View High School. “Student government is ready for this [by] expanding ideas with more events, giving it all for Hoco and Showdown and getting a better school spirit. We have a lot more people leading by example this year. I think that they will for sure push for a better environment,” Blake said.
Clique Culture
CJ Brammer, Staff Writer • Sep 20, 2022
Strict rules and many new passes are making this year’s halls silent. The 2022-23 school year has many new rules and regulations that affect certain aspects of last year’s high school experience.
Contention with Detention
Caitlin Miller, Staff Writer • Sep 19, 2022
Oftentimes, books are banned because the themes and topics brought up are not suitable for the age group reading them.
Library Lockdown
Spencer Adams, Staff Writer • Sep 18, 2022
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