2016-2017 Issues

This is a collection of the print issues the newspaper staff has completed this school year. Throughout the staff changes and incoming deadlines that seemed to come sooner then expected we all came together to get the issue done, even if it meant that Destiny Robinson, Emma Hedrick and myself (Hannah Morris) had to stay after school. We hope you enjoy our work.To view each issue just click on the one you would like to read!

Sept 2016 Issue

November 2016 Issue

December 2016 Issue

February 2017 Issue

April 2017 Issue

 

Teacher Appreciation Week

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In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, the Generals’ Delivery staff gave out cards to students in order to honor our teachers at Clarksville High School. We wanted to post some of the responses to recognize our teacher and the students who appreciate them.

“I appreciate Mrs. Bamforth because she never gave up on us and she was always there for me. Mrs. Bamforth was always the funnest teacher and knows how to teach!” – Brooklynn A.

“I appreciate Mrs. Payne because I think that she is a really nice, fun teacher. Her way of teaching keeps us entertained and focused.” – Nick W.

“I appreciate Ms. Short because I can always talk to her about anything and I know she will listen.” ~Antoinya B.

“I appreciate Ms. Bauman because she was my teacher for 3 years. She always helped me do my work and that’s why I am where I am right now.” ~ Samuel C.

Teacher appreciation week

In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, the Generals’ Delivery staff gave out cards to students in order  to honor our teachers at Clarksville High School. We wanted to post some of the responses to recognize our teacher and the students who appreciate them.

“I appreciate Ms. Pangburn because I’m very glad we have a teacher who knows and loves music they way you do. You bring structure to our class and I feel lucky to get to learn all the things you know.” -Jasmine

“I appreciate Ms. Baumann because she has always been my favorite English teacher. She’s funny and a great teacher. Most of us make her deal with too much. Good teachers don’t deserve that.” -Alex C.

“I appreciate Mr. Ledbetter because he was the best gym coach and basketball coach. He has all dem jokes.” -Brooklynn A.

“I appreciate Ms. Short because she is super funny and a relatable teacher. She is nice and an understanding person. She actually want the best education for each of her students. She is caring and makes class fun and enjoyable. I love her!” -Autumn L.

 

Miley’s transformation

Right off the Pacific Coast Highway in California sits a little wooden house flying a pride flag, lined with butterfly chairs. It’s Rainbow Land, the home and recording studio of Miley Cyrus, who’s about to transform herself yet again.  Cyrus has already begun her transformation with her new song titled “Malibu” which was released yesterday along with a music video sporting long ombre hair, vintage style clothing and running along the coast of Malibu Beach.  

Cyrus is breaking out yet again to transform herself and her career, she stated in an interview “I like to surround myself with people that make me want to get better, more evolved and open.” Cyrus shares her property with  her seven dogs, two pigs and two ponies, and her Australian fiance actor Liam Hemsworth.

Yesterday, May 11, she released her new single “Malibu” a breezy pop rock single which has already hit No. 1 on the charts across the world.  The upcoming album this year is a more DIY up to date of Miley, she wrote all of the melodies herself.  “This is Miley reaching into her roots more than I have ever heard” her father Billy Ray Cyrus said in press interviews.

After President Donald Trump was elected, Cyrus who supported presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, launched Hopeful Hippies part of her Happy Hippie foundation, a non-profit organization that encourages people to turn their emotion into action.  Cyrus has recreated herself once again digging into her roots and her beliefs more than ever.  She seems truly happy with herself and she wants to create real change with her actions and her music.

I can’t wait to see what Miley has in store with her new album and tour and herself overall this year.

 

Teacher appreciation week

In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, the Generals’ Delivery staff gave out cards to students in order  to honor our teachers at Clarksville High School. We wanted to post some of the responses to recognize our teacher and the students who appreciate them.

“I appreciate Ms. Essary because when I was going through a lot and Ms.Essary helped me through it. She has been a great role model to everybody in the school. She understands and listens. If you want to see growth go to her she’s grown so much throughout the year, and I appreciate everything you do Ms. Essary. Thank you!” – Carissa G.

“I appreciate Mrs. Payne because she’s always been kind and flexible with my assignments. She’s super understanding and always makes sure everyone feels comfortable with her and her assignments.” – Destiny W.

“I appreciate Ms. Short because she is caring, funny, nice, and genuinely a down to earth person. She cares so much about what she does, and she knows how to make her class fun, but also chill and laid back. I love Ms.Short!” – Brayden M.

“I appreciate Mr. Gasaway. I had him my freshman year. I was new to the school and I had an awful past with my math classes.I would always fail and Gasaway taught in a way I could finally understand. He even gave me my first high-five award! I miss Gasaway, I won’t forget him.” – Brooke M.

“I appreciate Ms. Pangburn because she came in halfway through the year and it wasn’t the best classes to teach, but she gives it her all to give us the education and experiences that we deserve. She puts us before herself and that makes her an amazing teacher.” – Ashton M.