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Friday, December 2nd, 2016
Chatham Girls Volleyball had a very successful season this past fall.  They finished their season with a record of 17 and 8, and were able to co-win their conference, sending them into a vicious battle for the state championship.  In the first round of states, the Cougars faced off against Colt’s Neck at home.  Although Colt’s Neck was ranked 13th in the league and Chatham was ranked 14th, Chatham easily pulled off a victory, beating them in two games.  The team then moved on to play West Morris Central, a team that they had beat previously in the season at home.
Monday, November 28th, 2016
resultsThe 2016 Presidential Election is one that will live in infamy. It consisted of a Washington politician pitted against the most politically inexperienced person to ever receive a major party nomination. By winning the Electoral College, Donald J. Trump, our new president-elect, proved that Americans are sick of the establishment.
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

The Cougar hockey team, one rich in tradition, seemingly has higher expectations for this season than last season. Headed by senior forward Jeff Haley, Chatham has loads of talent on all facets of the team. The Cougars had a rather impressive season last year, making the playoffs but getting eliminated in the third round of state tournament. The team projects to have an even better season this year.

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016
A few weeks ago, the Chatham School District’s lockdown procedure changed from the traditional procedure to a fairly different one. After national studies were done, it was discovered that the lockdown procedure that we formerly utilized, one of more complacent style, was less effective in the event of an emergency, than one that was more offensive and aggressive.
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

How did you spend your November break? Twenty-one French students spent it traveling to the Canadian province of Quebec and its largest city, Montreal. The students, ranging from French 2 to French 4, were accompanied by Madame Caulfield, Mrs. McCabe, and Mrs. Chapman. A luxury bus took them to and from Canada, as well as to the various sites they visited.

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

As we progress further into the school year, it seems obvious that Chatham High School has without a doubt been caught with the technology bug.

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

During the weekend of November 17, a group of twenty five students visited Washington D.C. to participate in Princeton Model Congress. PMC is run by Princeton students and attempts to model both the Executive Branch, through a presidential election and a presidential cabinet, and the legislative branch, through a model Senate and House of Representatives. Each congressperson was tasked with writing a bill that applied to their committee and presenting it before the committee.

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Of the most common phobias in existence, arachnophobia and agoraphobia are usually the ones most frequently mentioned.

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
Get ready, CHS, ‘cause the annual fall production is coming up!
Sunday, October 30th, 2016

Chatham School District is known for the quality of its academics. This, among other reasons, is due to the exceptional staff we hire. Ms. Roger is just one example of the many qualified staff hired this school year. Ms. Roger is a sophomore english teacher new to the Chatham staff this year. As students of hers, we interviewed her to learn more about the teachers CHS hires.

Sunday, October 30th, 2016
Merely hours after Donald Trump’s leaked video with Billy Bush from 2005 shocked the nation,
Thursday, October 27th, 2016
It was just like any other day. Students were learning and teachers were teaching, that is until the intercom beeped during second period.
Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Hey, you… Have you been to room B157? Have you done your casual stroll by Mrs. McCabe’s room?
Thursday, October 27th, 2016

The contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has been called everything from clown circus

Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Guten Tag! On Friday, October 7th, nine German exchange students arrived in Chatham, ready to spend two weeks participating in a wide variety of activities showcasing American culture. The students, three boys and six girls, stayed with host families of CHS German students.
Friday, September 30th, 2016
To celebrate the end of the 2015-16 school year, 12 Chatham High School students travelled abroad to the oriental lands of China! From the Terracotta Warriors to Tai chi lessons, our Chatham classmates truly experienced Chinese life during their action packed 12 day excursion.
Friday, September 23rd, 2016

The biggest Chatham sports weekend is upon us. Cougar Weekend will be starting October 4 and will be ending October 8. Cougar Weekend, which will be occurring earlier than usual this year, is the most talked about event in Chatham in the fall. Almost all Chatham residents attend at least one of the weekend’s events, which includes all fall sports. The atmosphere at Cougar Weekend, regardless of which event it is, is incredible.

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

This school year, many issues have arose concerning the parking and overall buildup of traffic in the high school parking lot. For years, the matter of how to dissipate traffic near the high school has been up for discussion, but this year in particular it has come to many people's attention that it is a necessity for this problem to be fixed. With the combination of one of the biggest senior classes to go through Chatham and the largest freshman class to ever enter the high school, the traffic buildup is at an all time high.

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

It’s midnight and the parents’ of the children you are babysitting for have not gotten home yet. You start to panic, wondering whether you will be able to make it home without being noticed by a police officer.  
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

When summer began winding down and school was right around the corner, the CHS students looked at their finalized schedules. Many probably noticed teachers’ names that they had not heard before. This is because six new teachers joined the CHS faculty this year! So, The Chronicle decided to interview three of them to help students and staff get to know them better.

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