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HBHS renovations and scheduling were major topics discussed at the December meeting

HB COOP School Board Meeting Highlights 12/14/2022

Nik Tigert and Tate Klauber December 21, 2022

The Hollis Brookline Cooperative School Board held a meeting at the middle school on December 14.  Chair Holly Babcock presided over the meeting, with notable attendees including Superintendent Andrew...

Henry Bruneau dons his homemade Man With the Yellow Hat costume

Looking Back: October Spirit Week 2022

Nik Tigert, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2022

From October 17 to October 24, The Cavalier Chronicle surveyed the student body to get an idea of what costumes would be prevalent this Halloween season. 84.2% of HB students said they would be wearing...

Joe Raneri, a Senior at HB, Poses at Lawrence Barn

HB Votes

Daniella Allanach, Staff Writer October 20, 2022
“It was very pleasant, everyone was joyful, helpful and eager to get a new voter as quick as possible” Raneri said. “Voting was very convenient, it didn't take long…”
Flag football teams share an end-of-game hand tap.

Kicking Off the Flag Football Season 

Gabriella A. Rizzuto, Staff Writer October 7, 2022
If you want to learn more about the Southern New Hampshire Flag Football League, you can visit their website at https://www.snhffl.com/Default.aspx?tabid=983441. 
Sophomore Council members held a cookie decorating contest at Old Home Days to raise money for student council projects.

Student Council Plans for the 2022-2023 School Year

Celia Wallis, Staff Writer October 7, 2022
Student council is also pushing for changes that improve student life. According to Kump, the student council may “...as a policy create a student section on the bleachers [during football games] seeing that students get frustrated with that.”
Toilet Talk made its debut to the Hollis Brookline bathrooms for the 2021-2022 school year. These posters are located in every bathroom stall and are equipped with important phone numbers and activities happening around the school.

How HBHS is Raising Awareness for Mental Health

Kelsey Sova, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

Mental health is an epidemic. Some people are more open with their journey, and others feel it is safer to hide their struggles. For teens, trying to deal with mental health challenges can be difficult...

Pictured are four different varieties of Girl Scout Cookies, Samoas, Do-Si-Dos, Thin Mints, and Trefoils. It was difficult for many troops across the country to get enough boxes of cookies this year to fulfill their orders. “The Adventurefuls and Trefoils [were in particularly short supply] I think because the demand was underestimated,” said Girl Scout, Shea Decoteau ‘22.

How Supply Chain Disruptions Led to a Shortage of Girl Scout Cookies

Rachel Lindof, Assistant Head Editor April 22, 2022

It is evident that there have recently been large disruptions in the global supply-chain as a result of pandemic lockdowns and subsequent manufacturing delays. The global economy recently has seen shortages...

Issues Facing Hollis Brookline High School

Issues Facing Hollis Brookline High School

How the Critical Race Theory Debate Could Affect AP Designation, Rachel Lindof “AP opposes censorship. AP is animated by a deep respect for the intellectual freedom of teachers and students alike....

This substitute teacher badge shows that we have plenty of substitutes on hand when we need them. We are very lucky to have the staff that we do at Hollis/Brookline High School. Without them, the students would not be able to learn properly to prepare them for college.

How Short-Staffed Elementary Schools Affect Children’s Education

Kelsey Sova, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

Imagine, sitting in a classroom with your third substitute of the day, feeling like you aren't learning anything, just doing the same work you have been doing for weeks. That is what most students are...

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