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CHS warmly welcomes temporary teachers after coming back from winter break.

Communications’ staff filled with new faces

Mackenzie Prince January 29, 2024

As students and faculty returned from winter break on Jan. 2, Communications High School (CHS) welcomed three temporary staff members into their community: Cailee Dobias, Harrison Strevens and Carly Fama. While...

CHS teachers try new teaching methods to ensure engaged students.

CHS experiments with new teaching methods to ensure effective learning

Angela Ruiz and Jenna Lynch November 22, 2023

As society has adapted to increasingly advanced technology, so has the perception of learning. New resources introduce challenges on the structure of education and what the true practice of teaching is. Teaching...

CHS welcomes back past teachers this school year.

New lessons learned as old teachers return

Justin Longo September 21, 2023

Students are not the only ones excited to come back from break this September. After extended absences, biology teacher Leah Morgan and English teacher Emily Soto are returning to Communications High School. Morgan...

Parents debate on how much say they should really have in curriculum.

Relationships between parents and teachers shift with new legislation

Adina Saks May 25, 2023

As education shifts further into the political limelight, the relationship between teacher and parent is changing. According to Time magazine, the rise of conservative advocacy groups, including Moms for...

In theme courses, CHS students are privileged to receive instruction from teachers who are experts in their respective fields.

Teaching from experience

Isabel Lindsay and Jacqueline Litowinsky April 14, 2022

Many unique aspects of CHS draw students in from all over Monmouth County. The school is known for its small class sizes, a supportive environment and academically-driven student body, but one of the most...

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