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Although traditions change, many students still enjoy Thanksgiving.
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Thanksgiving traditions change due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Nicola DeGregorio December 8, 2020

On Thursday, Nov. 26, Thanksgiving dinner took place in homes across America. This year, many at CHS ensued changes in tradition in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. The New Jersey Department...

Each grade celebrated “Friendsgiving,” an event where students can celebrate the holiday with their classmates by bringing in food and spending time together. This year, the event took place on Nov. 27, 2019, a day before Thanksgiving itself and the corresponding four-day weekend.
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Students celebrate Thanksgiving both in and out of school

Jeff Busold November 29, 2019

Everyone has their own traditions for Thanksgiving, and CHS is no different. Each grade celebrated “Friendsgiving,” an event where students can celebrate the holiday with their classmates by bringing...

The first Thanksgiving was recorded to be in 1621.

Students share their Thanksgiving plans

Meredith Prud'homme December 12, 2018

Every year, towards the end of November, 46 million turkeys are sold nationwide, according to the University of Illinois. A meeting on the Plymouth Plantation between the pilgrims and the natives in 1621...

Each year, the Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade is part of many Americans traditions for Thanksgiving Day.

Thanksgiving festivities break tradition

Zoe Conner-Bennett November 21, 2018

Thanksgiving makes many imagine the smell of turkey and potatoes wafting in from the kitchen, watch the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade playing on the television or listen the chatter and laughter...

What are your plans for Thanksgiving and Black Friday?

December 4, 2016

CHS students share their plans for the holidays over Thanksgiving break.

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December 4, 2016

Yaron gives gluten-free thanks

Shannon Damiano December 1, 2016

Junior Veronica Yaron of Little Silver explains how she celebrates Thanksgiving despite not being able to eat gluten.

Opinion: Thanksgiving reflections

Opinion: Thanksgiving reflections

Sarah Lynch January 1, 2015

Thanksgiving is absolutely one of my favorite holidays. The family gets together to share some delicious food, without the pressure of gift-giving, and everyone settles down to do something that we often...

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