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NCHS Undergoes New Changes Over the Summer


Meera Srinivasan, Story Editor @meerascourant As NCHS rings in the new year, students may have noticed the new changes around the school that happened. Thanks to the Parent Faculty Associations’ (PFA) beautification project, the outside of the school has had another renovation. A major exterior renovation has been completed to boost the brick-concrete appearance of the high school. The PFA’s goal in all these changes is to create an environment that fosters positivity and reflects the learning that occurs inside the school. Over the summer, Phase 3 of the Beautification project was completed along the front left wall of the…

What Does the New Black Parking Pass Mean for Juniors?


Katie Tan, Media Editor @KtanCourant If you’ve strolled through the NCHS parking lots this year, you may have noticed that not all the parking pass stickers are the same color. Unlike last year, there is now a black pass being issued to juniors. Not only do these new passes show off our school spirit, they serve to differentiate between junior and senior cars. They are more visible to the security staff who regulate the incoming traffic. David Gusitsch, the new Vice Principal of the High School, collaborated with the attendance office and security to create a more organized parking lot. He…

September 11th: 16 years later


Jake Neuberger, Editor-In-Chief @jakencourant Monday, September 11, 2017 marks the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks. A date which not only saw the hijacking of American Airlines Flight 11, United Flight 175, American Airlines Flight 77, and United Airlines Flight 93, but also the devastation of communities and the world as a whole. These acts of mass terrorism took the lives of almost 3,000 and injured over 6,000 others. Of these victims, 65 were from the state of Connecticut, and of them, three were New Canaan natives (Joe Coppo, Bradley Fetchet, Eamon McEneaney). In the years following the attacks, statistics…

New Station Managers Look to Energize NCTV


Kara Fahey, Reporter @kfaheycourant We all watch the announcements every week, but we don’t know much about the students who are working behind the camera. With so many of the NCTV staff leaving for college, the incoming leaders of the class are gven the opportunity to take on bigger roles. The new station managers, junior’s Sean Manzella and Christian Parrot, hope to bring improvements and a great new energy to the class next year. TV Broadcasting teacher, Roman Cebulski, who is also the advisor for NCTV, chose Sean and Christian because he believes they will create a positive change for…

New Staff Coming to the Courant


Kara Fahey, Reporter @kfaheycourant Going into the 2017-2018 school year we can all be expecting changes in our classes. For Journalism, as our former Editors in Chief head off to college, there are juniors ready to take their places. The advisors, Roman Cebulski and Michael McAteer, have created new positions to reinvent the Courant. Section editors have now been broken up into story editors so that everyone can have the opportunity to expand their skills in every aspect of the class. Mr. McAteer describes the new responsibilities that will be given to the rising Editors in Chief, junior’s Jake Neuberger…

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