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Panther Life November 1-22

Ashtyn Perry, Staff writer/ Media editor

November 26, 2019

Project-Lead-the-Way Welcomes Elementary School Students

Cedric Arline Jr. is helping an elementary school student pipette her name on foil.

Sophie Gamble, Staff Writer

November 26, 2019

Our Project-Lead-the-Way Program here at Carolina Forest invited fourth and fifth graders from Waccamaw and Palmetto Bays Elementary Schools to work on STEM projects, such as robotics and science projects.  Mr. Layton, Ms. Miller, and Ms. Rue, three of our science teachers, helped make this event a huge s...

Panther Life November 1- 22

Ashtyn Perry, Staff writer/ media editor

November 26, 2019

Panther Life October 18-30

Ashtyn Perry, Staff writer/ Media Editor

October 30, 2019

Back Home in The Forest

Jenna Miller loves helping her students.

Sophie Gamble, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

At Carolina Forest we have many alumni who have returned to the Forest as teachers and coaches: Morgan Bane (℅ 2008), Destany Eagles (℅ 2003), Jennifer Hodges (℅ 2001), Jenna Mason (℅ 2005), Abigail Merrell (℅ 2011), Jenna Miller (℅ 2009), Jesse Patrick (℅ 2013) and Amy Perry (℅ 2004).  ...

All About Chrysalis

All About Chrysalis

Ashtyn Perry, Staff Writer/Media Assistant

October 23, 2019

During the weekend of October 12-14, I attended Coastal Carolina Chrysalis. I was sponsored by Abby Kerwin, a senior here at Carolina Forest High School.  “Chrysalis was such an eye opening and indescribable weekend for me, and I wanted to share that with Ashtyn,” said Kerwin. Chrysalis i...

The Rise of Graphic Novels

The Rise of Graphic Novels

Matthew Winchester, Staff Writer

October 5, 2019

The Carolina Forest Media Center is a great place to escape into all genres of books. Besides the young adult section, one genre that has become quite popular is the graphic novel. A graphic novel is a full-length story published as a book in comic-strip format. Although the word “novel” usually...

Student Athletes Share Smiles

Student Athletes Share Smiles

Sophie Gamble, Staff Writer

October 5, 2019

There is nothing like seeing a child’s smile spread across his/her face. CFHS athletes are visiting local elementary schools this semester on Friday mornings of our home football games. Our  student athletes an opportunity to commingle with younger students to hopefully give them a more excit...

Club Rush in The Forest

Club Rush in The Forest

Lilly Hortis, Co-Editor

September 24, 2019

Last Thursday on September 12th, Carolina Forest High School held its annual Club Rush in the mini gym. Club Rush allows students to walk around and discover the variety of clubs  here at CFHS. With the large selection of clubs, there is no reason for every student to find a club that suits them. Cl...

The Transition: High School to College

The Transition: High School to College

Kaya Perry, Co-Editor

September 13, 2019

Any college alumni, or student, can tell of their college life and experiences, but no one talks about the transition from high school to college. Students may stress about going to college because they don’t know what it’s like. The best way to ease the stress of these students seems to be to p...

Getting Back into the Groove

Getting Back into the Groove

Lilly Hortis, Co-Editor

September 13, 2019

In my opinion, there is nothing harder than getting back in the groove of school after a long, fun-filled summer break. In addition, abrupt hurricane breaks do not help at all. In fact, we just came back from a week-long interruption due to Hurricane Dorian. We get our sleep schedule back on track an...

If You Give a Child a Book…

If You Give a Child a Book...

Kaya Perry, Silver Streams Co-Editor

June 4, 2019

During the spring semester, Ms. Bane, Ms. Norris, Ms. Pantuso, and Ms. Twigg collaborated to complete children's books for  five classes from our community cluster:   Ocean Bay Elementary, Carolina Forest Elementary, Palmetto Bays Elementary, River Oaks Elementary and Waccamaw Elementary.  Bane and...

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