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Finding peace and quiet

Finding peace and quiet

Kiera Riley, Opinion Editor

September 22, 2016

With school in full swing, students search for a perfect place to study in Cave Creek. “I like studying out somewhere else because I can get my friends to help me or I can get different opinions on how to do a project, it’s great for group work,” said Gabby Gianni, a senior. Cave Creek offers ma...

The Great Coffee Debate

The Great Coffee Debate

Megan Walker, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

Before the game

Faith Hasher, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

Athletes at Cactus Shadows carb load up, and bond together before games, meets and tournaments. Tina Hasher, one of the team moms for football, said they eat together for “team camaraderie.” The athletes get to enjoy each others company instead of at practice where they are constantly working and c...

Top 10 easy recipes for lunches

Zoie Lamebesis, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

Chicken Wrap Sliced Chicken, Peppers, Tomatoes, Onions, Spinach, Whole Wheat Wrap Chips and Gauc Avocado, Onion, Lime, Lemons, Tomatoes, Cilantro.   Pasta Salad Veggie Pasta, Tomatoes, Onions, Italian Dressing, Bell Peppers. Salad In a jar Spinach or Lettuce, tomatoes, onion, bell pe...

Falcons fly home to the nest, for the beginning of the fall season

Falcons fly home to the nest, for the beginning of the fall season

Emma Rusello, staff writer

September 22, 2016

This year's new Nest leaders have been chosen, and have big plans to hype up the student section at the upcoming athletic events. Seniors Aaron Cohn and Chloe Warrington were picked by the student body to become the head of the Nest. Having Nest leaders and a student section is a somewhat new tradition. “Three...

Nursing program comes to life

Nursing program comes to life

Mia Gilling, creeker editor

September 22, 2016

The Nursing Assistants program is a new career-oriented course available exclusively to students who are interested in going into the medical field. It is offered on campus, and will teach students medical terminology as well as hands-on procedures. “I highly recommend it if you want to be in the...

How to: healthy lunch

How to: healthy lunch

Zoie Lamebesis, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

Many hungry students need help with packing a healthy lunch for school but do not know where to start. They either think they do not have enough time or they think that their food will not stay fresh by lunch time. However, there are many tips and tricks many people do not know about that will help t...

Going clubbing

Megan Walker, staff writer

September 22, 2016

Clubs are one of the more popular activities on campus, but there are a few that students have never even heard of. Model UN or MUN is sponsored by Steve Mitten and Jacob Bombaci with Natalie Nabaty as a club president and Senior Regan Anderson as vice president. This diplomatic club is looking for...

Four local spots to grab a good lunch

September 22, 2016

Students looking for a good lunch after a half day are in luck. There are plenty of options to choose from. Here are a few suggestions for lunch nearby. El Encanto is a Mexican restaurant in downtown Cave Creek. The outdoor patio includes a lagoon with ducks and turtles. El Encanto is located on 62...

September Events

Maddie Howard, Spotlight Editor

September 22, 2016

Full Moon Hike to the Old Clay Mine This event will take place on September 16 at 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. This guided hike will take its participants through the trails of Cave Creek and up to the old Clay mine to experience some of the old west part of this town. It is important that each hiker bri...

Proposition 205 has Arizona flying high

Kiera Riley, opinion editor

September 21, 2016

The push for the legalization of recreational marijuana has once again hit Arizona as it will be on the ballot this coming November. Proposition 205, or the Arizona Marijuana Legalization Initiative, will decide the future of marijuana use in the state.   Proposition 205 is the movement to legalize ...

Tick tock time for new clocks

sara windom, style editor

September 21, 2016

With the start of a new school year in sight, Cactus Shadows stepped up the security on campus in several ways, even the clocks underwent adjustments. “The systems we had last year, by a company called Integra, costed too much money [to repair], so we upgraded to the new ones,” said Principal S...

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