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Thompson Park trip canceled

Julia Pardee

September 26, 2015


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For the past 15 years, CHS freshmen have visited Thompson Park during the first week of school to participate in icebreaking activities with their new classmates, but the Class of 2019 will not experience this tradition. Over the loudspeaker on Sept. 9, Principal James Gleason announced the cancellation...

First day assembly, frosty treats welcome students back

First day assembly, frosty treats welcome students back

Izzy Cavazzoni and Emma Wilenta

September 10, 2015


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Students returned to CHS this morning with tanned skin and tales of their summer 2015 vacation. Seniors soaked in their last first day of school while the freshmen were exposed to completely new surroundings and classmates. Third and fourth periods were shortened to accommodate the traditional first...

2015 Student Council Election Results

June 24, 2015


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By MARK DISPIGNA - After they recited two-minute long speeches, candidates anxiously waited to hear their names called over the loudspeaker on June 4. At the end of the day, members of the rising sophomore, junior and senior class councils were announced. Overall, seven new representatives were elected...

Senior prank document leads to suspensions, detentions

January 23, 2015


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The Inkblot is withholding the names of the affected students to protect their privacy. By CAYLA HARRIS - An online invitation showed up in the Class of 2015 email box Tuesday morning that asked class members to edit a document titled “Senior Prank Ideas.” Those who did quickly faced disciplinary action, ...

The Persuasions dazzle students at assembly

The Persuasions dazzle students at assembly

November 1, 2014


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By LAURA MURPHY - Talk about a Throwback Thursday! The Persuasions, a five-man a cappella group, performed at CHS for an assembly on Thursday, Oct. 30. The assembly itself had been announced earlier in the week and was on the school calendar, but the subject of the assembly wasn't revealed to students...

INKY 2014: Shooting play gets strong reaction

INKY 2014: Shooting play gets strong reaction

August 21, 2014


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BY RILEY MULLAN STAFF WRITER The Actors Playground performance of “Bang Bang You’re Dead” at CHS on Dec. 6 left audience members shot through the heart. Students and faculty had the opportunity to see the play, as performed by the Freehold acting troupe that included three CHS students. The...

INKY 2014: Signature Project Inks its mark

INKY 2014: Signature Project Inks its mark

August 20, 2014


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By GINA TALAMO Editor-in-Chief Faculty members and students signed their names last Friday to become a part of The Signature Project, a mural comprised of 400,000 signatures. Patrick Dunning, the creator of the mural, gave a multimedia assembly last Friday, sponsored by the Parent Student Faculty...

INKY 2014: Government shutdown hits local community

INKY 2014: Government shutdown hits local community

August 20, 2014


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By CASSIDY DESTEFANO and ANDREW GOUDSWARD News Editors The federal government was shut down on Oct. 1 after lawmakers in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate were unable pass a budget to continue its funding. After 16 days, a resolution in the Senate ended the shut-down and temporarily...

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