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This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (November 2007) Churubusco High School Location Churubusco, Indiana, USA Coordinates 41°13′48″N 85°19′23″W / 41.23°N 85.32306°W / 41.23; -85.32306Coordinates: 41°13′48″N 85°19′23″W / 41.23°N 85.32306°W / 41.23; -85.32306 Information Type Public high school Locale Rural Grades 9-12 Number of students 438 [1] Mascot Eagles Snapshot Churubusco High School in Churubusco, Indiana, USA, is a public high school of the Smith-Green Community Schools group. The teacher to student ratio at CHS is 1:18, which is close to the state's public school average. Churubusco High School made national news in November 2009 as result of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU on behalf of two female students suspended for photos taken at a private party and posted on a social networking site which only friends of the young women would have access to[2]. Somehow principal at the time Austin Couch obtained copies of the mildly suggestive photos and chose to suspend the students because the photos "caused a disruption within our athletic teams at the beginning of this year's sessions." District Superintendent Steve Darnell supported the principal's decision, giving him "absolute discretion and authority." The case is similar to the 2007 case of Layshock v. Hermitage School District regarding student's right to privacy and free speech with regards to materials posted online outside of school time and not using school property[3]. Sports The football program is now in Division 1-A. The team used to be a sub-.500 team until as of late.[citation needed] In 2005, the Eagles rebounded with a Sectional Runner-Up to Lewis Cass High School.[citation needed] The 2005 team broke many records that year, almost redefining Churubusco Football.[citation needed] In 2006, the team lost in the Sectional to Rochester, but had a record of over .500. The 2007 team posted a record of 11-3, making it all the way to semi-state and winning sectional and regional titles for the first time in over twenty years.[citation needed] (The 1983 team beat Jimtown 6-0 to claim Semi-State, but was defeated in the State Championship game against Fountain Central 12-3, to finish 11-3.) The team then went on to win a piece of the conference title in 2009. The football team is coached by Mr. Lee Etzler, with assistants including Zach Dock, Paul Sade, Todd Lortie, and John Shmidt. The wrestling team is coached by Sam Riesen. In the two years he has coached, he has had a wrestler make it to the state finals. He is assisted by Coach Randy and Coach Zolman. The 2007-2008 High School Destination Imagination (DI)Building Team had a successful year. They placed first in regional and state competition and finished 6 overall at global competition in Knoxville TN as well as placing second in the technical aspect of the challenge. The basketball remains 2-A.[citation needed] The basketball team is coached by Michael McBride, assistants include: Coach Herendeen, Coach Pelz, and Coach Brackman.[citation needed] Baseball in the 2007 season, the Eagles became Indiana Baseball Regional Champions.[citation needed] The team is coached by Mark Grove. Assistants being Matt Turner, Jim Folland and Terry Mcmanama.[citation needed] Notable alumni Harry Gandy, (1881–1957), former U.S. Representative from South Dakota (March 4, 1915 - March 3, 1921).[4] Craig W. Hartman, architect.[5] References ^ http://www.ihsaa.org/school-directory/SchoolDirectory2.pdf ^ Suspension Over Sexy Slumber Party Photos Leads to ACLU Lawsuit ^ Layshock v. Hermitage School District ^ GANDY, Harry Luther, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress Retrieved on June 16, 2006. ^ After years bringing credit to Ball State, Venderly, Hartman honored by alma mater, Ball State University News Service, May 21, 2009. Retrieved on July 15, 2009.