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College search and decision process affected by virus

The Class of 2020 stands together on the first day of school in 2019 to take a class photo.

Ella Lukowiak

May 8, 2020

With the onslaught of the novel coronavirus throughout society, highschoolers have found that SAT and college tour cancellations have turned what should be a common high school experience into a future of unknown. Anyone who had been hoping to take the SAT this spring had to deal with the reschedul...

CCC chooses 2020-2021 council with new selection process

Senior Adriana Poznanski of Middletown giving her speech at the CCC council election in 2019. This year, the club had to conduct this process virtually.

Nicola DeGregorio

May 8, 2020

The Cultural Communications Club (CCC) announced their 2020-2021 council on May 1 via email from president and senior Grace Quakenbush of Wall. The COVID-19 outbreak has changed many aspects of CHS life going beyond just online classes even to affecting clubs; this year’s SkillsUSA competitions were can...

Disadvantages of online learning outweigh its benefits

Erin Wheeler’s Chemistry class completes virtual worksheets after adapting to remote learning. All
Communications High School courses transitioned online on Monday, March 16, and will continue indefinitely.

Tess Rempel

May 8, 2020

During a digital age in which anything is possible, many students are enrolling in online classes and studying from home. Some do it in  order to advance their careers while furthering their education, whereas others only learn online temporarily  to obtain their degree while avoiding a global health ...

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