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Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

 

You probably noticed the entourage of foreign-speaking students being paraded through the hallways of CHS a few weeks ago. Although some time has passed, I'm sure the French exchange students are remembered by many members of the CHS community - both students and staff. With the 2019 CHS French exchange program officially at a close, let’s recap some of the highlights.
Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

 

After watching The Hunchback of Notre Dame, you might have noticed the cast of the show gesturing to the trenches below during the curtain call. This kind gesture spotlights the pit, otherwise known as the musicians who play during the show. While we have a different task than the cast of the show, our preparation process is largely the same.
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

 

CHS is no exception when it comes to having amazingly kind, helpful, and smart students. With dozens of sports and clubs as well as countless class options available to the students, there is no cap for potential in each student’s future.

Twin sisters Kaitlyn and Michaela Ford are perfect examples of unlimited potential. They are both committed to Villanova, and they were on the varsity basketball team this year. How did they do it? Do they have any advice for upcoming high school seniors? How was the season this year? I sat down with them to find out.

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

 

The Newspaper Club at Chatham High School has been writing articles for years on topics ranging from politics to student achievement. However, this year marks the end of this journey for seniors and club leaders, Brenna Towell and Lana DePasquale, who devoted hours of their time to manage staff, edit articles, plan meetings, and publish the monthly editions of the CHS
Chronicle, as they reach the next chapter of their lives.
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