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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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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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Freshmen from the Class of 2025 participate in the Thompson Park tradition of singing the “A-wam sam sam” chant. This is the
first in two years freshmen have had a trip to Thompson Park.

Issue 1

September 17, 2021

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SGA council member and junior Samantha Skolnick of Hazlet cheers during the in-person Spring Spirit Week Relay on Tuesday, May 4. This was the second lunchtime event of Spring Spirit Week for the in-person students, with the virtual event being an origami challenge. Despite the cohort divide, students and staff were still excited to participate in and cheer on the event together.

Issue 6

June 17, 2021

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Students walk to class after lunch with the “ghosts” of the students in the other cohort. Many are hoping for the collapse of the cohort system and a return to everyone.

Issue 5

May 5, 2021

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These photos, taken by a dozen different Inkblot photographers, come from past Homecomings, Spirit Weeks, Color Wars, Proms, Back-to-School Dances, CCC Festivals, Coffeehouses and more.

Issue 4

March 12, 2021

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Senior Brigid McCarthy of Manasquan, left, demonstrates her second-place app, GreenGarden, which aims to support the conservation efforts of at-risk insect species through a virtual garden.

Issue 3

January 19, 2021

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Members of the freshmen class compete in a Kahoot trivia game on Monday, Oct. 26. This was the first lunchtime event of Fall Spirit Week, with questions ranging from chemistry to literature to CHS facts. Monday’s event was
supposed to be a socially-distanced outdoor challenge, but inclement weather caused a change of plans. Both in-school and at home students participated in the event. See the backspread for more pictures and the final scores.

Issue 2

November 25, 2020

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Fall Spirit Week 2020 comes to a close as the Class of 2021 takes the win for the third time in a row.

Class of 2021 wins third spirit week in a row

Maddie Lee November 2, 2020

Fall Spirit Week came to a close on Friday, Oct. 30 with themes of “Dress-up/ Dress-down” for Cohort A and Halloween costumes for Cohort B.  Due to coronavirus restrictions, the SGA came up with...

Fall Spirit Week Day 4 event is a candy-themed relay race, while Seniors keep the first place spot.

Totally tubular: Seniors maintain their Spirit Week lead

Kara Gallagher October 29, 2020

Fall Spirit Week continued on Thursday, Oct. 29 when students got a blast from the past.With the “Decades Day” theme, each class was assigned a different era to dress in the style of. The in-person...

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