2017 was a great year for the Inkblot! Here are some of this year’s highlights shown in our #instagrambest9. On behalf of the entire Inkblot staff, we would like to wish everyone a happy New Year and a wonderful 2018.
Students rolled out of bed for the final day of Spirit Week: Pajama Day. Dodgeball was the lunchtime competition, along with the daily scavenger hunt. At the end of the day, the Class of 2018 came out on top with a 20 point lead over the Sophomores. Here are the final results: 1. Seniors (315 points) 2. Sophomores (295 points) 3. Juniors (243 points) 4. Freshmen (207 points)
Students packed their bags (and fanny packs) for Tourist Day on the fourth day of Spirit Week. At lunchtime, the classes competed in Minute to Win It, as well as the daily scavenger hunt. Here are the current rankings after Day 4: 1. Seniors (195 points) 2. Sophomores (180 points) 3. Juniors (178 points) 4. Freshmen (125 points)
It's Wednesday, my dudes! Students dressed up as their favorite memes for Day 3 of Spirit Week. At lunchtime, the classes competed in The Floor is Lava, as well as the daily scavenger hunt. Here are the current rankings: 1. Seniors (160 points) 2. Sophomores (136 points) 3. Juniors (128 points) 4. Freshmen (76 points)
Students showed their spooky side today by dressing up for Halloween. During lunch, the costumes were judged for different categories, and students also participated in the daily scavenger hunt. Here are the current rankings: 1. Seniors (100 points) 2. Juniors (94 points) 3. Sophomores (86 points) 4. Freshmen (46 points)
Students dressed for the occasion today for Fancy Day, the first of five Fall Spirit Week themes. During lunchtime, the classes displayed their Punny Scarecrows for the judges and competed in the daily scavenger hunt. Here are the current rankings: 1. Juniors (55 points) 2. Seniors (50 points) 3. Sophomores (37 points) 4. Freshmen (25 points)
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.