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Students start Fall Spirit Week with Make-A-Monster

The Class of 2023 performs their Make-A-Monster routine for a panel of teachers, who judged the competition

Meredith Prud'homme

October 28, 2019

Fall Spirit Week kicked off on Monday, Oct. 26 with Jersey Day and lunchtime event, Make-A-Monster. Students dressed up in their favorite sports jersey or wore clothes resembling  MTV’s Jersey Shore cast for the first day’s theme. The SGA introduced a new lunchtime activity, Make-A-Monster, described as ...

PSFA hosts annual Sweets by the Beach event in Belmar

Sweets by the Beach was held both in the Belmar Pavilion and outside on the beach. Students ate inside and played a variety of games on the beach.

Emma Barofsky

October 3, 2019

The second annual Sweets by the Beach event took place on Sept. 27 at Belmar beach as students and families gathered to bond with one another, while enjoying candies, cupcakes, ice cream sundaes, cookies and more. Ran by the Parent Student Faculty Association (PSFA), this event was held both inside of...

Autumn activities fill Monmouth County

Photo courtesy of Courtney Kushnir.

Ainsley Vetter

December 18, 2017

When summer ends and the leaves begin to change, new activities become popular among CHS students. There is a wide range of autumn-inspired activities to explore in Monmouth County. Sophomore Sidney Washington of Asbury Park said her favorite fall event is the Zombie Walk in Asbury Park. During the...

Spirit Week updated over time

Blot photo by Marissa Ho.

Evan Kuo

December 18, 2017

The noise was deafening as the student leapt backwards, penned in by a wall of people. All around him, people clapped and screamed his name while he caught his breath. A single pop rang out, and the crowd exploded with noise. He sighed with relief. That was the chaos that sophomore Will Carragher...

Juniors win first ever Fall Spirit Week dodgeball tournament

Juniors win first ever Fall Spirit Week dodgeball tournament

Caroline Savage

October 30, 2014

Today’s spirit week theme was Twin Day, prompting students to dress the same as one or more classmates. Many members of the Class of 2016 wore their class shirts to ensure that every member of their grade was counted for participation, and it worked. They obtained 100 percent participation for today. The...

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