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Breanna Hyatt

Breanna Hyatt, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018

During these last few weeks here at CMR every time I hear “Pomp And Circumstance” I’m reminded that my time here as a student will end soon. Going through thirteen years of school i’ll admit it's scary for so many things t...

Clara McClain

Clara McClain, Editorial Board

May 22, 2018

How can I put into words all that the Stampede has meant to me in my four years on staff? I’m not sure I can even do it any sort of justice. The Stampede has been my home and my built-in CMR family since I first walked into ...

Julia Gremaux

Julia Gremaux, Photo editor

May 22, 2018

It’s a bittersweet goodbye to a place that I have the honor of calling home. Spending four years at CMR and over 12 years with most of its students, it will be hard to leave. As a photographer I have witnessed many different...

Emily Cappis

Emily Cappis, Editorial Board

May 22, 2018

 CMR a better place to learn and teacher where relationships lead to success. From freshman year to the beginning of senior I longed for the days when I wouldn’t have to hear that phrase ever again. Now as the end of m...

Maygie Li

Maygie Li, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018

Farewell lights, farewell tiled floors, farewell confusing stairs, farewell lockers, and especially farewell the statue of Charlie Russell. I remember going through multiple hair styles, awful clothes styles, and way more. I don’t...

Quincy Schmechel

Quincy Schmechel, Editorial Board

May 22, 2018

As I walked the six blocks from my house to CMR on the first day of school freshman year, I remember staring at my purple Vans and being apprehensive of what to expect. I’d always pictured high school like a hospital: systema...

Mackenzie George

Mackenzie George, Editor in chief

May 22, 2018

When you look at the class of 2018, there is a lot to be proud of. State champions, gifted musicians, talented artists, superb actors, amazing writers, creative photographers -- this group has it all. One of the things I’m mo...

Pets a staple in every science classroom

Holly Spragg, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018

In almost every school, science teachers seem to have cool pets, and CMR is no exception.  Biology teacher Nathan Gregier has a few animals in his classroom. Gregier has a tank full of fish and two red-eared-slider turtles...

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