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SGA finalizes rules and logistics for upcoming Fall Spirit Week

Samara Ghali

October 24, 2016

The Student Government Association (SGA) has a lot on their plate with Fall Spirit Week only a week away. The council members discussed the logistics for Penny Wars, a Fall Spirit Week tradition that lasts the duration of the week and serves as both a competition and fundraiser. The primary focus of...

SGA meets with class councils for Fall Spirit Week

Samara Ghali

October 17, 2016

The Student Government Association (SGA) met with class councils and advisers to go over themes and competitions for the upcoming Fall Spirit Week. The themes include Halloween, Pajama Day, Punk/Grunge Day, Fancy Day and High School Stereotype Day, respectively. The lunchtime competitions will be the...

SGA plans for open houses and exit sales

Samara Ghali

October 2, 2016

At this week's meeting, SGA members discussed how to best organize the open houses for interested applicants to the incoming class of 2021. A meeting is planned for all students interested in being a tour guide or panel speaker at the open houses. SGA exit sales are also scheduled for this Wednesday...

Morgan takes over for Wheeler as SGA adviser

Morgan takes over for Wheeler as SGA adviser

Brigid Garrett

September 16, 2016

After serving for two years as Student Government Association (SGA) adviser, chemistry teacher Erin Wheeler stepped down from the position, and biology teacher Leah Morgan is stepping in. The 2015-16 SGA council discovered Wheeler would no longer be advising the club at their end of the year meeting,...

SGA Election week comes to a close; 4 new council members elected

SGA Election week comes to a close; 4 new council members elected

Kate Ridoux and Izzy Cavazzoni

May 22, 2015

Just before dismissal on May 21, the winners of the Student Government Association election for the 2015-2016 school year were announced on the loudspeaker. The new SGA council members include sophomores Julia Pardee, Mark DiSpigna and Rebecca Madeira. Juniors Shane Nolan and Lauryn Masciana were elected...

Inkblot asks candidates “Why do you want to run for SGA?”

Inkblot asks candidates “Why do you want to run for SGA?”

Caroline Savage

May 20, 2015

Leading up to SGA elections, Thursday May 20, the Inkblot asked the SGA candidates one question: Why do you want to run for the SGA? This one telling question is meant to give the voters an inside look into the motives and mind of each of the candidates. The three executive candidates are listed first,...

2015 SGA Election Preview

2015 SGA Election Preview

Caroline Savage

May 19, 2015

Student Government Association hopefuls began campaigning last week for the upcoming election, which will be held this Thursday, May 21. A primary election was held on Monday to narrow down the candidates for the general council from the original 11 to seven. Freshman Jacqueline Geller, sophomores...

SGA underclassman is no underachiever

November 3, 2014

By DANIELLE GOLDWERT Staff Writer Being the only underclassman on the Student Government Association may seem daunting for some, but for sophomore Leo Ross of Fairhaven, his love for Communications was all the impetus he needed to run for office. “I wanted to run for SGA because when we al...

First day starts off ‘sweet’ with Italian ices at assembly

First day starts off ‘sweet’ with Italian ices at assembly

September 9, 2013

By HANNAH WALLACH Features Editor Students were welcomed back to CHS this year with syllabi and homework from their teachers, a speech from Principal James Gleason and Weaser’s Italian Ices from the Student Government Association. Although the day began earlier than usual at 7:30 a.m., as per the new bell schedule, it ended on a high note with a school-wide assembly a...

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