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Students attend annual Club Fair

Students attend annual Club Fair

Emma Barofsky

September 21, 2019

At the annual Club Fair on Friday, Sept. 13, students were given the opportunity to sign up for the clubs offered at CHS in the cafeteria during lunch. Every year, this event allows individuals to choose to get involved in the organizations that interest them. There was a widespread of clubs exhibited...

Class of 2023 continues freshmen trip tradition at GoodSports

Class of 2023 continues freshmen trip tradition at GoodSports

Emma Barofsky

September 8, 2019

The Class of 2023 made new friends and continued an annual CHS tradition at this year’s trip to GoodSports in Wall on Friday, Sept. 5.  For almost 20 years, the freshmen trip provides new students with an opportunity to get to know their classmates at Thompson Park in Lincroft. Due to inclemen...

CHS opens new year with annual tradition

CHS opens new year with annual tradition

Meredith Prud'homme

September 6, 2019

Over the summer, administration and the Student Government Association (SGA) alike prepared to welcome freshmen and greet returning students following their two month break. To wrap up the first day of the 2019-2020 school year, students attended an assembly at the end of fourth block with Italian Ic...

Students close out 2018-19 school year

Students close out 2018-19 school year

Nicole Sestito

July 25, 2019

The 2018-19 school year officially came to an end on Wednesday June 19, as students enjoyed their last day of school and took their final exams. While freshmen, sophomores, and juniors said goodbye to their teachers and peers for the summer, members of the Class of 2019 said their final farewell to ...

Detention policy causes controversy, decrease in late students

Detention policy causes controversy, decrease in late students

Katherine Lombardi

June 20, 2019

As summer approaches and the school year comes to a close, students may be more tempted than ever to hit the snooze button and stay under the covers. But a change in the CHS tardiness policy gives them a new reason to crawl out of bed each morning: avoiding detention.  On Tuesday May 14, principal James Gleason e...

Pink team is victorious at Color Wars

Pink team is victorious at Color Wars

Kate Delaney

June 10, 2019

On Friday, June 7, students attended the annual Color Wars, where the pink team claimed victory for the second year in a row. With both sporting and non-sporting events, the competition had something for every student to take part in. In the morning, teams gathered in the cafeteria, where juniors a...

Students continue Color Wars celebrations at beach bonfire

Students continue Color Wars celebrations at beach bonfire

Madison Beekman

June 9, 2019

After a day of exciting Color Wars festivities, CHS students and families came together for the last annual bonfire at Belmar Beach on Friday, June 7. The Parent Student Faculty Association (PSFA) hosted the event, and incoming freshmen were also invited to meet some of their future classmates. In...

NAHS and SkillsUSA elect new councils

NAHS and SkillsUSA elect new councils

Madison Beekman

June 4, 2019

As the school year comes to a close, clubs elect their new council members while they say goodbye to their seniors. This was just the case on May 9 for the National Art Honors Society (NAHS) and on May 23 for SkillsUSA when those clubs selected their new council members. The NAHS council will consist of President J...

Class of 2021 elects their junior council

Class of 2021 elects their junior council

Emma Barofsky

June 3, 2019

On May 31, the Class of 2021 gathered in room 107 in order to choose their upcoming council members for the 2019-2020 school year. With 19 students running for a position, a total of five were elected.   The junior class council will consist of President Isabella Carmona-Ramirez of Long Branch, Vic...

Class of 2020 elects their last council

Class of 2020 elects their last council

Meredith Prud'homme

June 3, 2019

On May 31, the Class of 2020 elected their class council for the 2019-2020 school year starting in the fall. To secure a position on council, 10 juniors gave two minute speeches in the cafeteria in order to fill the five council positions. The senior class council will consist of President Vaughn Battis...

Quill and Scroll resumes after year-long hiatus, inducts new members

Quill and Scroll resumes after year-long hiatus, inducts new members

Meredith Prud'homme

June 3, 2019

On May 31, sophomores, juniors, and seniors of The Inkblot were inducted into the student journalism honor society, Quill and Scroll, in room 107 during lunch. After the honor society’s one year-long hiatus, juniors Maddy Holobinko of Monmouth Beach and Emily Toro of Manalapan brought Quill and Scroll...

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