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On Tuesday May 14, principal James Gleason emailed juniors and seniors to announce that a student must serve a lunch detention upon a late arrival to school. If the student continues to be late beyond the original detention, further disciplinary action will be taken.

Detention policy causes controversy, decrease in late students

Katherine Lombardi June 20, 2019

As summer approaches and the school year comes to a close, students may be more tempted than ever to hit the snooze button and stay under the covers. But a change in the CHS tardiness policy gives them...

Many students receive detention as a punishment for being late.

Students reflect on detention practices

Tess Rempel February 10, 2018

Glancing down at his phone, trying not to fall asleep, sophomore Brian Schade of Tinton Falls counted down the minutes until he could leave. Detention can often be a part of high school that students dread. According...

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