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Students reflect on detention practices

Students reflect on detention practices

Tess Rempel

February 10, 2018


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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 to Debate.org, 74 percent of voters worldwide agreed that the practice of detention i...

CHS students take off from class

CHS students take off from class

Emme Leong

May 11, 2017


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Playing hooky is an invitation to have some fun, away from any and all responsibilities. Despite that, it’s not all fun and games when your quality of education is in jeopardy. According to a study by Johns Hopkins University in 2012, 15 percent of American students are “chronically absent” ...

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