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CHS students worry that with virtual learning, snow days are in danger. https://unsplash.com/license

Virtual learning calls for rain check on beloved snow days

Mackenzie Prince and Jordan Juliano April 14, 2022

CHS students and teachers feel that the traditional snow day, forever filled with relaxation, may be in danger. Since virtual learning took over due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many school districts have...

Anthony Venezia was temporarily hired as Biology teacher Leah Morgans replacement due to her unexpected medical leave. https://unsplash.com/license

Biology teacher Anthony Venezia discusses journey to CHS

Isabella Ji and Carla Vreeland April 14, 2022

Six years after graduating from Monmouth Regional High School, Anthony Venezia returns to high school as CHS’s newest faculty member. Venezia was temporarily hired as Biology teacher Leah Morgan’s...

CHS students are no longer required to wear masks in school. https://unsplash.com/license

Masks optional in CHS, differing opinions guaranteed

Henry Frieman April 14, 2022

Students at Communications High School were finally able to see the entirety of each other’s faces on Monday, March 7, as the mask mandate officially became optional for schools in the Monmouth County...

The Golden Years Winter Ball is the first event hosted by the Class of 2024. https://unsplash.com/license

Sophomore class of 2024 seizes golden opportunity to revive CHS’s Winter Ball

Kara Gallagher and Kaitlin Brice April 14, 2022

Students reflect on the “Golden Years” of CHS while enjoying the present at Winter Ball on Friday, Feb, 25. The dance was the Class of 2024’s first time hosting an event, the cafeteria was decked...

Senior Gina Dige of Howell walks down the runway at the CHS “Reign” Fashion Show.

CHS Fashion Show sees students return to the runway

Jordan Juliano and Andrew Seckular April 14, 2022

CHS students strutted down the Fashion Show runway for the first time in three years, proving that fashion still “reigns.” Friday, March 18 marked the long-anticipated return of a beloved CHS tradition:...

Senior Gina Dige of Howell walks down the runway at the CHS “Reign” Fashion Show.

Issue 4

April 14, 2022

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Junior Danielle Lirov of Marlboro shines on stage while performing “Taylor, the Latte Boy” at Coffeehouse on Dec. 10. The traditional CHS event was the first in-person fundraiser hosted by the Class of 2023 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Issue 3

January 28, 2022

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The Class of 2022 brings back the beloved senior traditions after the pandemic. https://unsplash.com/license

The Class of 2022 “switches” things up

Henry Frieman January 28, 2022

On the day before winter break this year at Communications High School, the seniors became the teachers, signaling the revival of one of many senior traditions. The Class of 2022 participated in the...

Spanish teacher Ms. Van Arsdale is the 2021 Teacher of the Year.

CHS Spanish Teacher of the Year fosters love of language

Andrew Seckular, Kiera Young, and Isabel Santamaria January 28, 2022

After Spanish teacher Courtney Van Arsdale began teaching at Communications High School in 2018, she quickly connected with the unique culture of the school. Many students became enamored with her engaging...

The Inkblot staffs hard work pays off as they win  a Columbia Scholastic Press Association Crown Award. https://unsplash.com/license

Journalistic royalty: The Inkblot receives crown award

Ella Lukowiak January 28, 2022

CHS students now walk among royalty after The Inkblot received a prestigious Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) Crown Award. As a finalist, The Inkblot will be presented with either a gold...

Students in the Advanced Java Programming class use their skills to create applications for Android devices and enter the Congressional App Challenge. https://unsplash.com/license

Seniors code a way to safety in the Congressional App Challenge

Joseph Wicke January 28, 2022

CHS seniors Jacob Bardinas of Keyport, Kylie Fuerbacher of Middletown, Aydin Gurudutt of Marlboro and Will McHale of Middletown stayed far away from danger when they recieved honorable mention in the 2021...

Junior Danielle Lirov of Marlboro shines on stage while performing “Taylor, the Latte Boy” at Coffeehouse on Dec. 10. The traditional CHS event was the first in-person fundraiser hosted by the Class of 2023 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coffeehouse: brewing music and memories

Kristen Gallagher January 28, 2022

CHS students and guests were immersed in a magical northern lights display before gathering in a ski chalet for the annual beloved Coffeehouse event hosted by the Class of 2023 on Friday, Dec. 10. Juniors...

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