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Order in the court

Order in the court

January 10, 2020

Taxpayers say ‘yes’ to better education

Nia Jones, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018

Seattle voters once again renewed the Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Levy (FEPP) in the November midterm elections. The levy aims to provide students and their families better access to education.  “People that are trying to have their kids go to p...

Lack of funding, low interest keeps school from hiring Chinese teacher

Francis Nguyen, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018

To graduate, students are required to have completed at least two world language credits. At Cleveland, those options are limited to Mandarin-Chinese and Spanish. However, the numbers of available language teachers differ. Spanish...

Academic Empire

Jay Kent, Staff Reporter

June 12, 2018

With one school, four long years and 197 of your closest friends, the game begins. Entering Cleveland as a freshman is a lot like a game of Monopoly. Nobody’s sure where the dice will take them, but they’re excited for the...

ASB leaders redeem themselves after initial low rating

June 12, 2018

In the November issue, The Journal gave a review of Cleveland’s Associated Student Body (ASB), giving the school’s leadership team a C+ due to poor ad- vertising, lack of accountability, and a poorly executed home...

College Land

College Land

June 12, 2018

The journal endorses Teeny for ASB president

CPub Staff

May 9, 2018

Cleveland Publications is making recommendations for student voters in ASB election on May 18. On May 3, CPub reporters sat down with students who are running for ASB leadership positions to get a perspective on each candidate’s...

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