Culture Day

We’re back, after searching for big events and pandemic updates. We started to focus on the small stuff, that’s why we’re starting a new arc here at the interview committee. We’ll be reporting small events. Like, say, Culture day.   …

Students’ Different Reactions to Lockers

Just last week, lockers were introduced to CHCI. First to the grade nines, then the grade tens, and so on. Students were registered to a locker through a Google form, on the floor that their period C class is on….

The Empty Stocking Fund

I’d be lying if I said I was the only one excited for the winter season. Not only are there so many holidays and events, but even if you don’t celebrate anything there’s the excuse for hot chocolate and comfy…

Literacy Test Comeback

By now most high school students are aware that the OSSLT or Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test is back. This test will be a requirement for all grade 10, 11, and non-graduating grade 12 students, however, there is an exception…

The Re-Opening of CHCI Clubs

Over the course of COVID 19, one of the best parts of CHCI, clubs, was shut down. Fortunately, this year, many are opening up again. Student executives and teachers have been reaching out to the school through virtual and/or short…

How COVID-19 Has Affected School Activities

Pre-Covid, activities would be held in-person face-to-face. Due to Covid restrictions, Grade 9s and 10s wouldn’t be able to meet new people in person, that they didn’t share a class with. Student Activities Council (SAC) has made it so Grade…