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NHS helps make strides against breast cancer in walkathon fundraiser

Joseph Wicke and Francesco Thorik-Saboia November 24, 2021

A total of 36 CHS students and three teachers gathered to walk five kilometers in Point Pleasant Beach for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021. The event was run by the American...

A survey of 32 students from Nov. 1 to Nov. 6

Seniors start to hit submit on college applications

Henry Frieman November 24, 2021

With deadlines rapidly approaching, CHS seniors are buckling down, focused on completing their college applications. However, through the application process, the Class of 2022 faced an additional challenge:...

Drama club flies high in “Peter and the Starcatcher”

Drama club flies high in “Peter and the Starcatcher”

Ella Lukowiak November 24, 2021

For the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak, the CHS Drama Club got students back on the stage with the fall production of “Peter and the Starcatcher.” On Nov. 20 and 21, friends, families and students...

The Wall High School football team is involved in an alleged sexual assault and hazing case.
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Wall High School hazing reopens old wounds: Impact felt at CHS

Samantha Skolnick November 24, 2021

CHS’s next door neighbor, Wall High School, is now the epicenter for hazing and sexual assault investigations. An alleged sexual assault and hazing took place on Wall High School’s premise in the...

Biotechnology High School seniors Sanjana Iyer, left, and Saanvi Nayar high-fiving after speaking about causes they stand for and why at the MCVSD Diversity and Inclusion event featuring Chris Singleton on Nov. 24, 2021. The event brought together select students from all of the districts 19 shared and full-time programs with the purpose of creating leaders in empathy and tolerance. BLOT PHOTO BY JULIA HOMZA

Historic gathering aims to bolster diversity and tolerance

Lillian Chen November 24, 2021

More than 30 students and teachers from across the Monmouth County Vocational School District (MCVSD) gathered in the BioTechnology High School media center to discuss topics concerning diversity...

For the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak, the CHS Drama Club
got students back on the stage with the fall production of “Peter and the Starcatcher.”

Issue 2

November 24, 2021

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Class of 2023 celebrating their first Fall Spirit Week victory.

Junior class wins Fall Spirit Week

Kristen Gallagher October 29, 2021

Friday, Oct. 29 marked the fifth and final day of the crazy and exciting CHS tradition known as Fall Spirit Week. The theme of the day was Halloween costume, and the lunch event was the Halloween Costume...

Sophomore Molly Deming receiving the news the class of 2024 won the Day 4 scavenger hunt.

Sophomores end the junior’s three-day streak of scavenger hunt wins on Day 4 of Fall Spirit Week

Kristen Gallagher October 28, 2021

Students represented decades through scrunchies, tye-dye shirts, bell-bottoms, and leather jackets to participate in the classic Spirit Week theme day: Throwback Thursday. Thursday was the last scavenger...

Junior Joey Esposito representing the class of 2023 in dodgeball.

Juniors Stay On Top Day 2 of Fall Spirit Week

Andrew Seckular October 26, 2021

When students filed into Communications High School on the morning of Tuesday, October 26, Fall Spirit Week was well underway. The events of the day before - which included a scavenger hunt and Make-A-Monster...

Junior Amanda Rioradan of Manasquan acting as the college admissions officer in the juniors Make a Monster Video.

Juniors Take an Early Lead in Day 1 of Fall Spirit Week

Kristen Gallagher October 25, 2021

As students entered CHS on Oct. 25 with baby strollers, suitcases, laundry baskets and coolers, one thing was evident: there were no backpacks.  This was because the first theme of Fall Spirit Week...

Many events are resuming at CHS in the new school year, but protocols, such as wearing masks, are still in place.
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New Year, New Normal: CHS adapts to new protocols

Ella Lukowiak September 17, 2021

For the first time since 2019, all CHS students were in the building for the first day of school. The COVID-19 pandemic has been punctuated by moments of hope such as this, and while the upcoming school...

Both freshman and seniors reflect on their first few days of the new school year.
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Class of 2025 reignites Thompson Park tradition

Kristen Gallagher and Ella Lukowiak September 17, 2021

“A-wam sam sam, a-googly googly googly!” This chant has been sung by 21 classes of CHS freshman annually at Thompson Park and is one of many ways CHS upperclassmen and staff welcome new students. While...

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