When you hear the name Kate Purschke the adjectives that come to your mind are probably endless: bubbly, positive, kind, and hilarious. The list of accomplishments that Kate has is also endless: straight-A student, merit scholar, two-sport varsity athlete, amateur cover model, and fearless leader.
Considering the team was only formed this year, the Chatham-Madison girls ice hockey winning record to date is quite impressive. Consisting of experienced and rookie players from each of the schools, these “Chatison” girls are pioneers for the community.
“Our first win was against Newark East Side, and we won 8-1,” recalls sophomore right wing Daniella Groh. “It was pretty cool, you know? We made history.”
It’s not everyday that the cafeteria gets different menu items.
Well it is but that’s besides the point.
Recently, new Cafeteria options have become available, and it’s actually pretty good. The student council organized various events from two different chain restaurants so far: SmashBurger and Tito’s Burritos.
This school year the Chronicle staff grew greatly in size acquiring many new members. We decided to get to know them and why they decided to join the paper. Adelaide Barkhorn, Drew Dinnhaupt, Deniz Gedik, Skylar Redgate, Rhea Sinha, and Marissa Sullivan were all sophomores that joined the Chronicle, along with freshmen Emily Lamb and Ian McGill.
CHS over the years has developed a strong World Language department which has enabled students to expand their ability to learn different languages. Currently, CHS offers Spanish, French, German, and Chinese (Mandarin) courses for students. These languages are the top most spoken in the world, with Chinese ranking first, Spanish next, then German, and French. Having a grasp of a foreign language opens up great opportunities for people, and in this case, the students. With the student population increasing at CHS, there has also been an increase of new cultures.