On Friday, September 8, the annual Thompson Park trip took place. Freshmen participated in many team-building activities, lead by the SGA and class presidents. The day brought many awkward laughs and smiles, bringing the Class of 2021 closer than before.
Wednesday, September 6 was the first day of school for CHS. Returning students reunited after the summer, while new freshmen joined the ranks. After a welcome back assembly at the end of the day, the SGA served free Italian ice to the students. (📷: Delia Noone)
On Fri. May 26, several clubs and class councils hosted end of the year luncheons to accommodate students, as there were no lunch services provided that day. Students spent their lunch and activity period bonding with fellow club members and reminiscing on the successes of their grade and clubs over the past year. Blot Photos by Delia Noone.
On Fri. May 19, the Class of 2017 hosted a combined junior and senior prom at Battleground Country Club in Manalapan. This year's theme was Starry Night, and each table was adorned with a re-creation of a classic art piece. Instead of hiring a DJ, Senior Justin Boldt of Howell put together a playlist of songs to help students dance the night away. Blot Photos by Sarah Takash.
On Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6 the CHS drama club performed their rendition of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The show was held at Belmar elementary school and directed by senior Annie Ruoff.
The SGA held their annual council and executive elections today, May 4, for the 2017-18 school year. Twelve candidates addressed the student body in the hopes of earning their votes. After speeches from each candidate, the ballots were cast and the votes were counted. The new council will include Sophomore Emma Hecht and Juniors Jonathan Slovack and Samantha LaRochelle. Connor Martin will be the new Vice President and Junior Jackie Geller will be the SGA president. Blot photos by Marrisa Ho.
Day four of spirit week kicked things into high gear with Generations Day and the annual Balloon Pop event. For Generations Day, each grade dressed up to represent a different generation. The freshmen were children and toddlers, the sophomores were teenagers, the juniors were professional adults, and the seniors were senior citizens. In the lunchtime event Balloon Pop, students competed to pop their opponents balloons, which were attached to their ankles by a piece of string. The freshman came in first, followed by the seniors, sophomores, and juniors respectively. Tomorrow's theme is Country Vs. Country Club and the lunchtime event is Lip Sync. Blot Photos by Delia Noone.
Day three of spirit week had students seeing double on Twin Day. The lunchtime activity was Build-A-Beast, where students were given a variety of random objects to use to create their own rendition of the CHS beast. The sophomores came in first, followed by the juniors in second, seniors in third and freshmen in fourth. Tomorrow's theme is Generations Day and the lunchtime event is Balloon Pop. Blot Photos by Marissa Ho.
Day two of Spring Spirit Week gave students and teachers a blast from the past on Decades Day. The freshmen dressed to represent the roaring 20's, while the sophomores broke out their poodle skirts and bomber jackets to show off their 1950's style. The juniors got groovy as they dressed in 1960/70's apparel, and the seniors looked totally tubular in their 80's apparel. The lunchtime event was Elephant Bowling, where students competed in a head to head battle to knock down more water bottles than their opponents using nothing but a tennis ball and a pair of tights attached to their heads. The sophomores came in first place, followed by the juniors, seniors and freshmen respectively. Blot Photos by Catherine Escueta.