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  • No school November 21 - 23 (Thanksgiving Break)

  • The Sound of Music -7 p.m. in Bill Williamson Hall Nov.29 -Dec.1 and Dec. 6 - Dec. 8

  • Early out Nov. 2 -- end of quarter

Breanna Hyatt

Breanna Hyatt, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018

Filed under A Farewell from the 2018 seniors

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

Filed under A Farewell from the 2018 seniors

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

Filed under A Farewell from the 2018 seniors

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

Filed under A Farewell from the 2018 seniors

 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

Filed under A Farewell from the 2018 seniors

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

Filed under A Farewell from the 2018 seniors

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

Filed under A Farewell from the 2018 seniors

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...

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