Student Life in Photos: Oct. 24

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  • While rehearsing for CHS’s live morning show “Views From the Studio,” junior Kate Dickenson of Spring Lake Heights listens to her classmates’ directions as the bell nears and they prepare to go live for a five minute broadcast to the school.

  • Students gather at the Cultural Communications Club meeting in Room 107 during the first half of lunch to talk about club news. The club is run by students Veronica Yaron, Sebrina Gao, Sydney Karlin, Mary Lykes, Maura DeRose, and Christina Flynn.

  • Students from all grade levels meet in open lab room 107 during first half of lunch for a CCC meeting on Tuesday. At the meeting, upcoming events were discussed. The club's president this year is senior Veronica Yaron of Little Silver.

    Bridget Woodrow

  • During a CCC meeting first half of lunch, junior Michael Topper of Ocean listens as the club’s council announced their upcoming events, including the Special Needs Harvest Festival at Allaire Community Farms.

  • To get some extra work done, sophomore Riley Rademacher of Manasquan spends her lunch time in open lab. Students are not allowed to have lunch in open lab by the computers, so Rademacher must wait to eat.

  • The Class of 2019 has been more than active in talking to college representatives this year. Juniors Phoebe Drummond of Little Silver, left, and Greer Shanley of Fair Haven, right, made the decision to fill out information cards for UCONN Connecticut today during lunch.

    Sydney Karlin

  • During lunch, junior Tali Petto of Marlboro rushes to finish a chemistry assignment. She has chemistry third period with teacher Erin Wheeler.

    Marisa Harczuk

  • Both cramming for their Algebra 2 test that they have third period, juniors Avery Lima, left, of Neptune and Greer Shanley of Fair Haven do practice problems and enjoy sugar cookies from the cafeteria. The cookies are sold every day for 60 cents.

  • During lunch, NHS is selling Boo Grams full of treats that will be delivered with a note to fellow classmates during third period on Tuesday Oct. 31. From left, seniors Delia Noone, Dylan Josephson and Julianne Sackett banter as they wait for students to buy the grams for $2 apiece.

  • Part of their daily routine, sophomores Zach Weisenstein, left, of Freehold and Ben Hewson of Fair Haven take a moment to catch their breath while playing football outside with their friends.

  • After chemistry lessons finish, juniors like Jules Anderson of Howell often come to the front of the room to speak with other students. Although teacher Erin Wheeler says she hates the third period chemistry class, she frequently joins in on the conversation.

    Summer Ward

  • Freshman Meg Ellis of Freehold takes a break from her Spanish I project to pose and offer some “Shaka” vibes to the Inkblot.

    Rebecca Rippon

  • Students from CHS rush from class to class on the second floor. At the left of the frame is Junior Parthesh Patel, who hails from Freehold.

    Will Dean

  • During a brief basketball pickup game, junior Greer Shanley of Fair Haven shoots hoops with math teacher Scott Stengele.

    Jessica Seldner

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