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SkillsUSA medalists attend kickoff to Kentucky

SkillsUSA medalists attend kickoff to Kentucky

Bella Reilly

May 29, 2018


Filed under Club News

Three SkillsUSA members traveled to Forest Lodge in Warren, NJ on Thursday, May 24. The members attended the trip to be briefed on their upcoming national competition in Louisville, Kentucky. Winners of the 2018 state SkillsUSA competitions, junior Erica Sammarco of Colts Neck, junior Grace McCaff...

JSA team members travel to Washington D.C.

JSA team members travel to Washington D.C.

Katherine Lombardi

March 2, 2018


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Members of the CHS Junior State of America (JSA) chapter participated in debate, student activism and political conversation at the annual Winter Congress in Washington D.C., Feb. 23 to 26. Accompanied by Spanish teacher Karen Britto, school nurse Dorothy Condon and two parents chaperones, 26 stu...

CHS students compete at annual Teen Arts Festival

CHS students compete at annual Teen Arts Festival

Isabella Antoon

March 20, 2017


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The Teen Arts Festival took place at Brookdale Community College on March 16 and March 17. The annual convention provides teens from across New Jersey to receive professional critiques of their work. Acceptable art forms included photography, creative writing and dance. A variety of professionally tau...

SkillsUSA attends annual Monroe Leadership Conference

SkillsUSA attends annual Monroe Leadership Conference

Evan Kuo

October 20, 2016


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Every year, the New Jersey chapter of SkillsUSA meets to elect new regional officers. As a youth-administered organization, this system allows their members to become active participants in leading the members of their respective region and acting as an advocate and a voice for them on the national ...

Freshman Thompson Park trip is shining success after cloudy start

Freshman Thompson Park trip is shining success after cloudy start

September 7, 2014


Filed under Features, News

By ANNA ROBINSON Features Centerspread Editor Cloudy skies and humidity did not stop Thompson Park festivities for the Class of 2018. Although the day began overcast and drizzly, the skies soon cleared, the sun came out, and freshmen played ice-breaking games and met new people. “It’s really muggy...

PHOTO: Thompson Park 2014

PHOTO: Thompson Park 2014

September 7, 2014


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