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Rising sophomore, junior and senior classes elect new councils

Rising sophomore, junior and senior classes elect new councils

Madison Beekman

June 6, 2018


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The rising sophomore, junior and senior classes held class council elections for the upcoming school year on Tuesday, June 5. The Class of 2021 elected Georgia Trentalange of Middletown as their president and Jake Polvino of Tinton Falls as their vice president. As for the other council members, there...

Pink Team pounces to win Color Wars

Pink Team pounces to win Color Wars

Nicole Sestito

June 3, 2018


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Senior Jackie Geller of Manalapan performed her final task as president of SGA: announcing the Pink Team's 2018 Color Wars victory in the final seconds of the school day. On Friday, June 1, CHS students dressed up in their teams’ colors, recited chants and participated in both sporting and non-sport...

DV Club hosts ‘Unlucky 13’ film festival

DV Club hosts ‘Unlucky 13’ film festival

Isabella Antoon

May 29, 2018


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The Digital Video club held their 13th annual Cinemadness film festival at Bow Tie Cinemas in Red Bank on Thursday, May 24. Students submitted films made during the school year to be viewed, giving them an opportunity to watch their videos on a movie screen for the first time. The theme for this yea...

Students elect new SGA members

Students elect new SGA members

Nicole Sestito

May 15, 2018


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On Tuesday, May 15, the Student Government Association (SGA) candidates gave their speeches and students casted their votes. Two executive positions and three council members were announced via email to the school at the end of the day. Junior Liam Marshall of Sea Girt won the executive election f...

Class of 2018 hosts Gatsby-themed prom

Class of 2018 hosts Gatsby-themed prom

Madison Beekman and Riley Forrester

May 14, 2018


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The Class of 2018 hosted the annual junior and senior prom on Friday, May 11, which took place at Trump National Golf Club in Colts Neck. This year's theme was "The Great Gatsby." Class of 2018 council member Caroline Savage of Brielle said the entire grade helped decide on the theme, since it was...

Drama Club seniors take final bow in “You Can’t Take It With You”

Drama Club seniors take final bow in “You Can’t Take It With You”

Izzy Erskine

May 7, 2018


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The Drama Club put on their last production for the 2017-2018 year, presenting “You Can’t Take it With You," where the seniors gave their final performances and farewells to the Drama Club family. Seniors director Lara Graney of Belmar and producer Izzy Cavazzoni of Wall collaborated with their ...

NAHS inducts new members, puts on annual art show

NAHS inducts new members, puts on annual art show

Meredith Prud'homme

May 5, 2018


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On Friday May 4, the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) hosted the annual art show and NAHS induction. NAHS inducted 30 new members after meeting the requirements for the club. The event showcased students’ artistic abilities by displaying sketchbooks, paintings, animations and more. The show in...

Quill & Scroll organizes voter registration drive

Quill & Scroll organizes voter registration drive

Phoebe Drummond

May 4, 2018


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CHS students ages 17 and 18, who are chomping at the bit to hit the ballot booth, were given the opportunity to register to vote in school on Thursday, Apr. 26. Maryanne DeVarti from the Greater Red Bank League of Women Voters headed the event, which took place during lunch. To register, students...

Class of 2020 wins Spring Spirit Week

Class of 2020 wins Spring Spirit Week

Allie Beekman

April 20, 2018


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With Lip Sync, one of the most competitive Spring Spirit Week traditions, Friday was a fitting day for each grade to decide what to wear on their own. When lunch ended, the seniors had 210 points in first place, followed by the sophomores in second with 170 points, the juniors in third with 155 points...

Seniors maintain lead after Decades Day

Seniors maintain lead after Decades Day

Katherine Lombardi

April 19, 2018


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CHS received a blast from the past this Thursday, Apr. 19 as Spring Spirit Week continued on with Decades Day. Students dressed in different fashion trends of prior generations, sporting anything from flare jeans and rainbow tie-dye to bright windbreakers and scrunchies. The seniors were assigned t...

Snail Day and the Amazing Race sweeps CHS

Snail Day and the Amazing Race sweeps CHS

Allie Beekman

April 18, 2018


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The first-ever Snail Day ended with the seniors holding first with 80 points, the sophomores and freshmen tied for second with 65 points and the juniors in last with 60 points. A long-awaited event, students interpreted Snail Day in different ways. Senior and SGA member Jonathan Slovak of Spring ...

Spring Spirit Week continues with Pajama Day and Minute to Win It

Spring Spirit Week continues with Pajama Day and Minute to Win It

Jordan Durkin

April 17, 2018


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Spring Spirit Week continued on Tuesday, Apr. 17 with the return of Pajama Day and Minute To Win It. For Pajama Day, students and teachers came to school in pajamas or sweatpants. Aside from the basics, some added accessories like robes, stuffed animals or sleeping masks. Each grade received full...

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