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Hair Today Gone Tomorrow

Hair Today Gone Tomorrow

by Emily Gundrum, Mirror Staff
March 20
Filed under FYI

Since the fifth grade I’ve been dying my hair all these crazy colors, and to me it has helped to define and shape me and my character. It lets me express myself and have fun. The first time I dyed my hair it wasn’t love at first sight, though, and I had second thoughts almost immediately. ...

Living With Depression and Anxiety

Living With Depression and Anxiety

by Hannah Hollands, Mirror Staff
March 3
Filed under FYI

Every day nearly 80,000 children and young people suffer from severe depression, and since 1980 the number of teens 15-16 who suffer from depression has nearly doubled. Anxiety and depression are two on the most common mental disorders among teenagers. According to youngminds.org,  4.4% of ...

Infographic: Would You Rather?

Infographic: Would You Rather?

by Kierstyn Knapp, Mirror Staff
March 3
Filed under FYI

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Mrs. Kaschalk: The Queen of Traveling

Mrs. Kaschalk: The Queen of Traveling

by Carly Cunningham, Staff
May 10
Filed under FYI, Personality Profile

Besides teaching her subject matter, one CHS teacher has influenced many seniors to head out and experience the world. As a senior, Ms. Kaschalk, CHS speech teacher,  has influenced me, along with many other seniors, to travel as much as we can, while we can. Kaschalk leads by example in the ...

A Man with a Love of Learning: Bill Milnes

A Man with a Love of Learning: Bill Milnes

by Trently Dubois, Mirror Staff
May 6
Filed under FYI, Personality Profile

High School is a strange place, filled with geniuses and delinquents, pupils and trainees in a public mish-mosh of confusion as they began to take a step into standardized adulthood.   However, one man has worked hard to create  an inspiring journey on bringing a school and its communit...

Biddlecome Adresses Tattoo Rumors (or does she?)

Biddlecome Adresses Tattoo Rumors (or does she?)

by Shane O'Grady
May 6
Filed under FYI, Personality Profile

If you have had English at CHS then you probably have had Ms. Biddlecome for at least one class. Personally I have never had her in a class but I got the opportunity to learn about her. Unlike some of the teachers  who work in Coldwater but live in a town such as Marshall or Jackson Ms. Biddlecome ...

Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

by waheeb ahmed
May 5
Filed under FYI, Personality Profile

McConnell Mike is a teacher at coldwater High school. McConnell teaches American Themes and World History. Mr. McConnell is a really good teacher who the likes the student that he teaches, not all but some. Mr.McConnell inspired in teaching it's because it runs in the family and he used to love lea...

The Life of Mrs. Warner

The Life of Mrs. Warner

by Fadel Said, interview
May 4
Filed under FYI, Personality Profile

Many people do not know that a CHS math teacher was raised in Bronson, but it is true. Mrs. Warner attended Bronson High School and graduated from high school in the year 1991. Mrs. Warner said that her high school experience was great because she was one of the smartest students in her class and...

From Hating Math to Teaching It

From Hating Math to Teaching It

by Alyass Thabet, MIRROR STAFF
May 3
Filed under FYI, Personality Profile

The common thought is that your math teachers have always lived, breathed, and loved math, in all its many forms. Not so, for Coldwater High School teacher, Sam Wendorf. “I hated math with a passion back when I was still in junior high and high school. I had been bad at math much since I had ...

Burns enjoys teaching English

Burns enjoys teaching English

by Kiersten Knapp, Mirror Staff
April 28
Filed under FYI, Personality Profile

Mrs. Andrea Burns is an English teacher here at Coldwater High School.  Her major is in English and her minor is in physical education. She's been teaching for 9 years, having taught in Benton Harbor for 4 years, then at Muskegon for a year until she was laid off, and then four years here at CHS.. ...

Nastally Plans for Retirement in 2016

Nastally Plans for Retirement in 2016

by Emily Root, Cardinal Staff
April 27
Filed under FYI

A familiar face in the office plans to retire next year.   Mr. Nastally, a guidance counselor here is CHS, plans to retire by halfway through next year as soon as he can get his house sold. “Someday after January 1st 2017, probably the first week after christmas break” After retirement, Nastally...

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