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Stories from The Trail

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KIVA Week: The Importance of Cultural Representation
KIVA Week: The Importance of Cultural Representation
Emma Tran and Paige KyleApril 18, 2024

IB Minority Club held its annual KIVA Week in March. This year many cultural clubs participated in events such a food night, a fashion show,...

Ditching the pencils - How students adapt to digital SAT
Ditching the pencils - How students adapt to digital SAT
Edward Tay and Anayla ApolinarApril 15, 2024

  As we continue to submerge into the digital age, some things have undergone significant changes. This year, for example, the SAT has gone...

CTTV Show #3 [12.6.23]

Join Trail Media Reporters Morgan Ames and Jack Sieve as they talk all things Cherokee Trail in the 3rd edition of CT-TV 2023-24!

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Morgan Ames
Morgan Ames, Staff Reporter
Morgan Ames is a Junior at CT and a three year journalism student. She enjoys creating stories about topics that CT does not often focus on and would love to bring light to more small sports and activities around the school this year. Morgan was part of CTs JV lacrosse team this past year and outside of school she does many things such as dance, skiing and most of all just hanging out with her friends. This year she hopes to expand her knowledge of digital media and overall become a better journalist.
Jack Sieve
Jack Sieve, Staff Reporter
Jack Jeffery Sieve was born in Scottsdale, Arizona. After 3 short years he would move to the place he grew up, Kansas City, Kansas. After excelling through elementary and middle school through the gifted and talented programs, Jack would continue his growth in a new place close to family and friends, Aurora, Colorado. He would continue to excel through his academics, earning a spot on the honor roll each semester from 7th to 11th grade.    Jack has developed himself as a student athlete alongside his academics. He has earned varsity letters 3 years in a row in both football and track and field. Football was Jack’s first passion, stemming from his early beginnings when he was 8 years old. Many other sports, including baseball and basketball, as well as swimming, have become the highlights of Jack’s young athletic career.   Reaching out from his typical activities, Jack has decided to join the 2023-2024 digital media team to pursue his passions in journalism.
Peyton Michlig
Peyton Michlig, Sports Executive Producer
Peyton Michlig, the Executive Sports Advisor for Digital Media. This is his second year on staff as he goes into his Junior year.  His favorite part about being in Digital Media is creating sports stories. Most likely you will see Peyton at every sporting event throughout the year.  Becoming a filmmaker is a passion he would like to pursue in the future. Outside of school, Peyton enjoys playing baseball at CT. He is just like any other student athlete who works to perfect his craft everyday.
Yabe Beneberu
Yabe Beneberu, Editor
Yabetse Beneberu is a Senior at Cherokee Trail. With three years of experience on staff, and leading as the Video Production Editor during the 2023-2024 school year. Yabetse’s skills are predominantly in the Adobe Production Suite, from Premiere Pro to After Effects. Yabetse's main goals are to assist in producing the monthly show and help the staff with editing technicalities. When Yabetse is not involved in the journalism world at CT, he is working on projects for TSA (Technology student alliance), playing chess at Chess Club, or studying for IB (international baccalaureate) exams. All in all Yabetse Beneberu is ready to make this year the best possible year with the Digital Media staff, in creating informative and well produced content.

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