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Ho, Burgi and Trentalange elected presidents

Ho, Burgi and Trentalange elected presidents

Isabella Antoon

June 15, 2018


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The rising sophomore, junior and senior classes held their elections on June 5 throughout the school. Each grade elected a president, vice president and council members to serve during the 2018-2019 school year. The Class of 2021 elected Georgia Trentalange of Middletown as president along with vice...

Juniors take new standardized science test

Juniors take new standardized science test

Mia Gallo

May 28, 2018


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The State of New Jersey released a field test for their new wave of testing that began this school year. The New Jersey Student Learning Assessment for Science (NJSLA – S) is based on the New Jersey science curriculum that has been in action since 2014. This standardized science testing replaced the bi...

SkillsUSA/NTHS elects new council

SkillsUSA/NTHS elects new council

Madison Beekman

May 21, 2018


Filed under Club News

As the school year winds down and the seniors prepare to depart for college, clubs at CHS must prepare for the upcoming year and elect new councils. On Friday, May 18, SkillsUSA members elected their new council for the 2018-2019 school year. Juniors Connor Martin of Spring Lake Heights, Alexis Colucci...

Students take AP Calculus exam

Students take AP Calculus exam

Madison Beekman

May 16, 2018


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Along with students across the nation, 23 CHS students took the AP Calculus AB exam on Tuesday, May 15. Junior Jules Andersen of Howell took the exam and said she did a lot of preparation work, mostly in class, prior to Tuesday. “In the beginning we did a lot of free response practice questions and then we mo...

Class of 2018 hosts Gatsby-themed prom

Class of 2018 hosts Gatsby-themed prom

Madison Beekman and Riley Forrester

May 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

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...

Ruderman gets General Manager in Radio Club elections

Ruderman gets General Manager in Radio Club elections

Allie Beekman

May 14, 2018


Filed under Club News

Club elections kicked off on Wednesday, May 9 when Radio Club held elections for its 2018-19 council. Juniors Cailey Ruderman of Marlboro, Kaitlyn Hammond of Wall, Amanda Lavery of Marlboro and Michael Topper of Ocean took the four council spots. Together, Hammond, Lavery and Topper make up the radio show "Dis...

Writers gain knowledge, awards at CSPA conference

Writers gain knowledge, awards at CSPA conference

Isabella Antoon

May 4, 2018


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The Columbia Scholastic Press Association welcomed 10 staff members of The Inkblot to its Spring Conference at Columbia University in New York City from Wednesday, March 14 to Friday, March 16. Inkblot representatives experienced life on a college campus by attending seminars along with other studen...

Class council elections and Drama Club picks new assistants

Class council elections and Drama Club picks new assistants

Samara Ghali

June 7, 2017


Filed under Club News, Showcase

The rising sophomore, junior and senior classes held elections today to decide the new class councils for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates were narrowed down in a primary in May, and those remaining gave speeches to their prospective classmates. Election results were announced at the end of the...

Sophomore Council discusses Lip Sync

Marissa Ho

February 15, 2017


Filed under Club News

Choreographers for Lip Sync were invited to the class meeting to discuss the dance. The theme and songs have been decided on and details are in discussion. The council photo was taken today for the yearbook.

Sophomore class prepares for next fundraiser

Marissa Ho

January 18, 2017


Filed under Club News

The Sophomore Council is selling pancakes and drinks on Monday, Jan. 23. Donations for paper goods, foods, drinks, and utensils are welcome. Money donated to history teacher and advisers Sharyn O’Keefe and Jeanine Gomez will also be accepted. Two pancakes and a drink are being sold for $3 for the ...

Sophomore Council plans next entrance sale

Marissa Ho

January 12, 2017


Filed under Club News

The sophomore council sent out thank you cards to all chaperones and custodians who helped out at Winter Ball. The estimated total raised was $2,000, science teacher and class co-adviser Jeanine Gomez said. There will be a pancake entrance sale on Jan. 23 to support the sophomore class. Orders will b...

Northern Lights illuminate Winter Ball 2017

Northern Lights illuminate Winter Ball 2017

Allie Beekman and Sarah McNey

January 8, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The Class of 2019 transformed the CHS cafeteria with paper lanterns and handmade snowflakes to fit their chosen theme of Northern Lights for the annual Winter Ball dance, held on Jan. 6. The council divided themselves into five separate committees to plan the event: advertisement, food, music, dec...

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