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Stories from The Trail

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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...

The importance of having a trusted adult

Trail Media reporters Blake Garrett and Savvy Swensen talked with Varsity Cheerleader Rilee Robles and her tumbling coach to discover the impact a mentor can have on their student.

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Savvy Swensen
Savvy Swensen, Staff Reporter
Savvy Swensen is a senior at CT and it's her first year in Digital Media. She joined Digital Media because she went to Yearbook camp over the summer to learn how to use a camera for Sources of Strength, and was inspired by all the people who attended. She's excited to integrate deeper into the school community and share more stories. She is a part of Sources of Strength, a suicide prevention class at CT. She dances at Michelle Latimer Dance Academy and wants to be a professional dancer when she grows up.
Blake Garrett
Blake Garrett, Staff Reporter
Blake Garrett is a senior student athlete at Cherokee Trail High School. This is Blake’s first year as a member of the trail media program. Blake is, and has been an athlete on the Cherokee Trail soccer team for four consecutive years. Blake is also apart of the Sources of Strength, a suicide prevention class at CT. During Blake’s free time he enjoys hanging out with his friends and family, and also enjoys getting exercise. As his first year involved in the program he’s very excited to create stories and ideas throughout the 2023-2024 school year.

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