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Home school COVID-19 safety setbacks affect MCVSD

MSCVD and Monmouth County hometown public schools may have different COVID-19 guidelines.
January 19, 2021

All over the country, schools have been dealing with COVID-19. Monmouth County’s 32 public schools, including all five MCVSD schools, have not been exempt from this  Many school districts have closed...

In-person guidelines rule the school for hybrid students

A survey of 45 students from Dec. 21 to Jan. 4
January 19, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, CHS has efficiently adapted to the ensuing regulations.  Rules to manage interactions between both students and educators are in place to prevent the spread of germs,...

Home for the holidays: students celebrate over break

A survey of 45 students from Dec. 21 to Jan. 4
January 19, 2021

During normal times, many students within the CHS community partake in cherished holiday traditions alongside friends and family. However, with the pandemic raging on, most students have had a wrench thrown...

Condon combats coronavirus despite uncertainties

Condon displays her sticker after receiving the Moderna vaccine.
January 19, 2021

Every Thursday for 16 years of her 30-year career in nursing, Dorothy Condon would retire from her school nurse duties at CHS just to continue healthcare work in the Recovery Room of the Shrewsbury Surgery...

Students discuss honesty on CHS’s health survey

Students explain dishonesty on the daily health screenings and why it may occur.
January 19, 2021

The MCVSD returned to partial in-person learning in October, and with the cautious re-opening after months of remote attendance came a plethora of precautionary measures taken to ensure the safety of students...

Daily health screenings help ‘stop’ the spread of COVID-19

CHS School Nurse Dorothy Condon explains the importance of the daily health screenings.
January 19, 2021

CHS School Nurse Dorothy was promoted to district Head Nurse last year, starting in September 2019. She joked about jumping into the position at the wrong time. “I’ve been working 18 hours a day...

Guidelines are necessary to help end the pandemic

Guidelines are necessary to help end the pandemic
January 19, 2021

On Thursday, Jan. 7, 4,194 people died from the coronavirus in the United States, surpassing 4,000 for the first time and setting a new record high. On Tuesday, Jan. 12, the United States beat that record,...

Should the COVID-19 vaccine be mandatory?

A survey of 45 students from Dec. 21 to Jan. 4
January 19, 2021

Scientists and doctors can not force people to take vaccines. However, with the COVID-19 vaccine being approved for emergency use by the FDA in less than 11 months, the public has concerns over long term...

Buckle up: COVID-19 guidelines impact student bus rides to school

Due to COVID-19 concerns many students have altered routes to school.
November 25, 2020

With the number of COVID-19 cases growing in many states across the country, the safety of schools, especially school buses, is an ongoing point of contention between parents, students, and government...

Clubs, student governments work to salvage events as Coronavirus closure hits one-month milestone

Last year's Battle of the Bands was held on March 15, 2019. This year the event is in jeopardy due to COVID-19-caused school closures.
April 14, 2020

The hallways of CHS buzzed on Wednesday, March 11, after students and staff received an email that the upcoming Friday would follow an early dismissal schedule in order for the staff to prepare for the...

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