Prom as a Knight

Prom as a Knight

Claire Fisk, Writer

As the end of the school year rolls around, the students of John Champe have extensive amounts of events to look forward to: prom, graduation, summer, and college. Most of these annual traditions and the next chapter of a...  Read More »

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One to the World

Tayah Dennis, Writer

The One to the World Project (OTTW) is a replacement for the midterm and final exams that are no longer given to students in Loudoun County. One to the World is an instructional initiative that addresses what an LCPS gr...  Read More »

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Teachers and Technology

Paresha Khan, Writer

The utilization of technology has become a social norm for people of all ages in today’s society, especially staff members and students in high school. “I think technology impacts students both in their personal lives...  Read More »

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Champe Welcomes New Knights

Champe Welcomes New Knights

Paresha Khan, Staff Writer

This year, Champe has welcomed various new staff members into the Knight community. Students and faculty have risen to the occasion in order to help the new teachers become comfortable in a new teaching environment, no matter...  Read More »

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  • Too Young to Acquire an Opinion? February 25, 2016
  • A Year Away:  2016 Presidential Elections January 4, 2016
  • New Year New Me January 4, 2016
  • Organizations/Donations January 4, 2016

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Is Cheating Getting Worse?

Is Cheating Getting Worse?

Taylor Rentz, Writer

The expression ‘cheaters never prosper’ might not be so true anymore based off of studies completed in recent years. In the past, students were more likely to cheat because they were struggling in a par...  Read More »

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  • Worldwide Spring Equinox Celebrations April 12, 2016
  • Getting Fit in the Spring April 12, 2016
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