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CHS students commonly make homemade Halloween costumes.

Homemade Halloween costumes

Mackenzie Prince and Alex Batzar November 24, 2021

Since the 14th century, Halloween has been known as the one day where everybody can fully express themselves and be whoever they want without any fear. In today’s world, Halloween costumes best achieve...

Class of 2023 celebrating their first Fall Spirit Week victory.

Junior class wins Fall Spirit Week

Kristen Gallagher October 29, 2021

Friday, Oct. 29 marked the fifth and final day of the crazy and exciting CHS tradition known as Fall Spirit Week. The theme of the day was Halloween costume, and the lunch event was the Halloween Costume...

Juniors Erin Carr of Wall and Beatrice Karron of Manasquan pose as La Croix Water for the annual Halloween Costume Parade.

Students participate in Halloween Costume Parade on day four of Spirit Week

Lana Tomchuk October 31, 2019

Fall Spirit Week continued on Thursday, Oct. 31, as students celebrated Halloween with the annual Costume Parade, with entries such as an Amazon Alexa, an alien kidnapping, a mouse in a trap and La Croix...

Juniors Vaughn Battista of Tinton Falls, Ryan Swanson of Brielle, Michael Landolfi of Tinton Falls, and Nick Chunn of Tinton Falls were just a few of the many students that entered the annual Halloween Costume Contest on Wed.

Students continue Spirit Week with Halloween

Riley Forrester October 31, 2018

The third day of Fall Spirit Week sent students to gather around the back of the cafeteria to watch the annual Halloween Costume Contest on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Before the Halloween parade, students...

Halloween is characterized by costumes and parades, which some elementary and middle schools are considering banning.

Take away costumes, take away fun: A Halloween tradition that schools should permit

Sally Ehlers December 16, 2017

It’s finally Halloween season and the fall festivities have begun: pumpkin picking, hay rides, haunted houses, candy shopping and costume selection. Costumes are the most iconic parts of Halloween, but...

Students participated in the annual Halloween costume parade during lunch and activity period.

Spirit Week’s spooky second day

Michelle Etienne October 31, 2017

On Tuesday Oct. 31 students participated in the second day of Spirit Week and came to school in costume for participation points. Students entered the lunchtime costume contest in an effort to win...

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Veronica Yaron’s Ultimate Halloween Movie BINGE

Veronica Yaron October 13, 2017

The first thing many people learn about me is that I love Halloween; all of October is dedicated to making a homemade costume, decorating, and watching horror films. The latter is actually more of a year-round...

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Senior Matt Miller is pictured in the Halloween Costume Contest on day one of spirit week.

To trick-or-treat or not to trick-or-treat

Caroline Monaghan November 9, 2016

Over the years, Halloween has evolved into a night that is different for many different age groups, specifically teens. But the classic Halloween staples of costumes, trick-or-treating and parties remain...

SkillsUSA regains the Halloween Dance

SkillsUSA regains the Halloween Dance

Emma Wilenta November 1, 2016

Skills USA hosted the annual Halloween dance on Friday, Oct. 28. The club regained ownership of the dance after the freshman class hosted it last year. The night was Halloween movie themed.  Advertisements...

Juniors take first place in spooky conclusion to spirit week

Julianne Sackett October 30, 2015

Halloween costumes filled CHS on Oct. 29, the fifth and final day of spirit week. Students in the hopes of winning points for their class entered the costume contest, today’s event, during lunch. Students...

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