What’s Been Cooking in Catering

This year was a success, especially because Catering is a new class to Coginchaug. “I feel that my students have honed their catering skills, and I am confidently sending them off into a new world,” said...

Minimum Budget Requirements

By Jacquelyn Stevens Minimum Budget Requirements, which are statutory requirements, are levied at a 2-to-1 ratio. In the current framework, a town that cuts its budget by $50,000 and breaks the one-half...

Heroin Use on the Rise

By Jacquelyn Stevens  In Arielle Duhaime-Ross’s article “The US is experiencing a 'dramatic rise' in heroin-related deaths, CDC says” published in The Verge on July 7, 2015, “Heroin-related deaths...

“Coach Eddie” Shares His Story

Coginchaug girls volleyball coach and veteran Eddie Castano grew up in Dana Point, California, and served in the Marines for ten years. Growing up, Castano went to military school from second to ninth grade...

Career Fair 2015

By Jacquelyn Stevens & Brooke Troutman  The Coginchaug Career Fair, open to CRHS and Strong Middle School students, was held on Oct. 21 and featured 47 presenters in careers in medicine, law, and...
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Carson Aitken

  Senior Carson Aitken from Durham is in his first year with the Devil’s Advocate. Carson likes to play football and participates on Coginchaug’s football team. He doesn’t know what he wants to...