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Freshman Thompson Park trip shines through rainy forecast

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The Class of 2022 bonded through a variety of games and activities on Friday.

The Class of 2022 bonded through a variety of games and activities on Friday.

Katherine Lombardi

Katherine Lombardi

The Class of 2022 bonded through a variety of games and activities on Friday.

Bella Reilly

The CHS Class of 2022 got to know each other on the annual Thompson Park trip in Lincroft on Friday Sept 7.

The freshmen played a variety of games throughout the day organized by the SGA to help the new class meet their peers and form friendships. Junior and SGA council member Dane Tedder of Ocean helped plan the day along with other members of the club.

“We scheduled out a number of potential activities beforehand,” Tedder said. “We tried to pick the best games to help the freshman class make new friends.”

Freshman Emma Belletier of Avon said that there were many icebreakers that helped the classmates learn more about each other.

“We played a lot of different games, some were where we asked each other questions about where we were from and things like that,” Belletier said. “We also did a lot of challenging teamwork tasks that I’ve never heard of before.”

The day was almost rescheduled because of the weather, but the skies cleared in time for the trip. Overall, it seemed as though the freshman were pleased with the outcome of the day.

“I was expecting it to be more awkward then it was,” Belletier said. “It was a good day and I met a lot of people.”

Tedder believes that this class has great potential at CHS.

“There is one thing I know for sure: this class is definitely a group that will uphold the amazing legacy of CHS, and possibly even forge one of their own,” Tedder said.

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Bella Reilly, Assistant Web Editor
Bella is a junior from Avon who has been writing for the Inkblot since sophomore year and is excited to be assistant Web Editor on the 2018-19 Edit Board. She is involved in the Inkblot, Christian Club, the CCC, CHS Fashion Show, and Drama Club (join stage crew!!). You can find Bella in open lab...
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Katherine Lombardi is a junior from Middletown and has been writing for The Inkblot since her freshman year and is super excited to be this year’s Assistant News Editor. Besides The Inkblot, she is the Communications Director for JSA and serves on the junior class council. In her free time, Katherine enjoys watching Netflix stand-up...
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