• January 25Semester 2 & the 3rd 9 weeks begins on Wednesday, February 2.
  • January 3Tuesday, Feb. 1, is a staff day; no school for students.
  • January 3Best of luck to all winter sport student-athletes as their seasons continue.
  • November 30Wednesday 1/2 days for students and teachers will continue through January 2022.
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JUNIORS ADDISON FROEHLICH (left) and Skye Garner won medals at the recent DECA district competition in a variety of business and marketing categories.  Garner (right) placed 1st overall in Business Services Marketing and will move on to the state competition in March.
Five Falcon DECA students to compete in March state championship
Grace Collins, Student Life Editor • January 27, 2022
FBLA TEACHER BRUCE Ruddock (middle) attends the J & A Racing competition with some of his student club members. FBLA members were asked to volunteer their time to the event as they hope to, one day, become future business leaders.
Future Business Leaders become acquainted, local businesses
Mike Hillier, News Editor • January 20, 2022
LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP STAFF races against the 30 minute clock. Librarian Mrs. Ludford, used the PA system to give frequent updates on which organization was in the lead.
#Lunchbag charity event returns, helping those in need during holiday season
Amelia Keck, Multimedia Editor • December 14, 2021
JUNIOR PEYTON WILSON performs her floor routine in the Ocean lakes gymnasium last week. According to Wilson, she did not feel like it was her best performance, but knows what she aspects of the routine she needs to work on.
Gymnastics grabs wins, losses
Grace Collins, Student Life Editor • December 21, 2021
SOPHOMORE BEN NACEY shoots a key free throw. His efforts, however, were not enough for a Falcons victory.
Boys varsity basketball start off season slow
Kate Hobbs, Sports Editor • December 20, 2021
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SPOTIFY SCAN CODE available for the January Falcon developed playlist. Students simply use their phones to scan the code, sit back, and enjoy.
January's Spotify playlist offers students downtime opportunity
Grace Collins, Arts & Entertainment Editor • January 7, 2022
LUNCH BUNCH REUNITES with Mr. Marquez for a holiday party. The group celebrated their time with one another and were able to make more cherished memories.
"Lunch Bunch" reunites students, teacher after long pandemic
Maggie McKeever and Christina San-Marina December 20, 2021
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CHORAL STUDENTS RETURNED  to the auditorium stage on Tuesday night for their annual winter concert. Socially distanced and masked, they were able to perform their first face-to-face event since March 2020.
Choral students perform, annual winter concert
Grace Collins, Arts & Entertainment Editor • December 8, 2021
STEP TEAM MEMBERS prepare for the upcoming winter sports season, practicing after school and whenever time permits. They have been working double-time to re-create almost every step they perform after a year off due to COVID restrictions.
Step Team makes comeback, winter sports ready
Claire Moorehead , Student Life Editor • November 30, 2021
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SENIOR WAVERLY HOWARD smiles in delight as she readies herself for a senior picture. Howard has become passionate about lifting throughout her years at the school and looks to continue her healthy lifestyle.
Humans Of CHS: January 2022 Edition 2.0
Olivia Harriman, Student Life Editor • January 24, 2022
As a tribute to the social media blog "Humans of NY", the Falcon Press staff decided to create a spin-off entitled, "Humans of Cox". Staff members will roam the hall each month and find a human with an inspirational bit of advice, unusual story to tell, or who simply wants to chat about life.
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LEAPING LIZARD SERVES brunch, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant stands out because the majority of the food served is made from scratch and uses ingredients from local vendors.
Leaping Lizard Cafe brings everything local
Ellen Vestergaard, Opinion Editor • January 5, 2022
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Student burnout; a serious issue or just laziness?
Staff December 16, 2021
MOXIE SHOWS ANYONE can be the change if they put their authentic selves into that change. The move Moxie was made to show how teens can be just as influential as adults when it comes to fighting perceived sexism.
"Moxie" proves teens can make change
Ellen Vestergaard, Opinion Editor • October 22, 2021
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