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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.

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

This year on Friday, March 4th, the battle between the seniors and faculty will continue in the annual volleyball game that gets everyone excited. For three years teachers have tried to show up the students, and students have tried to get in hits at teachers they’ve requested to play. Although, most teachers will hold it over their students heads if they win and students desperately seek the bragging rights against the faculty, no matter the outcome it is fun for all.

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

By now,  many of you have heard of the girls swim team breathtaking accomplishment. Girls swim had won their 100th straight swim meet on January 30th, which took over a course of six seasons. Apparently, the only anxious moment of their 100th win was when one of the critical swimmers, Hannah Womer, a 10th grader, was running late to the meet. However, she made it just in time to help participate in the freestyle relay.

Sunday, February 21st, 2016

One of our most talked about sports this winter is the Boys Basketball team. They boys had been perfect until they fell to Linden, a powerful opponent. Although this was heartbreaking at the time, the team continues to strive for greatness. They record as of February 19th is 22-1, an incredible achievement.
Friday, February 19th, 2016
The language clubs often take multiple field trips throughout the year. Earlier in the year, the French Club went on a trip to Cafe Monet to experience a traditional French lunch. Recently, they went into New York to see the musical, An American in Paris on Broadway. Before the show, students were able to go shopping in Columbus Square and stop to have lunch. After the amazing show, the students were able to meet Brandon Uranowitz. He plays Adam Hochberg, who is friends with the main character, Jerry Mulligan. Everyone took the train in and out of the city, which added to the fun and experience of the trip.
Thursday, February 18th, 2016

Stephen Bondurich is someone who has certainly made an impact at CHS. He is known by his peers for his energetic and genuine personality, and has taken on numerous roles over his 4 years. He’s been an elected student representative as vice president, a contributor to the theatre department, and most recently...Chatham’s new breakthrough star athlete. “Bondo” as most call him in the hallways, has been shattering records for CHS’s indoor track team all winter and looks to continue his success in the spring. Let’s see what he has to say!

Thursday, February 18th, 2016
Dr. Jones is a math and computer science teacher at CHS, yet there’s more to him than just his job.  Recently, he’s been giving in-class presentations about the applications of trigonometry in music, complete with an electric guitar and microphone.  Obviously, he’s no ordinary teacher!  The Chronicle was interested to learn more, and got this exclusive interview revealing the man behind the math.
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

Starting on the week of February 8th, Chatham High School’s Chinese Club celebrated the 2016 Chinese New Year: The Year of the Monkey. The club members, all of the students in Chinese classes, and other students and staff were given the opportunity to participate in multiple cultural activities throughout the week to better inform them about the importance and overall significance of the Chinese New Year.

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

Spanish and French FlagsFrom a young age, we have always been encouraged to become bilingual. Whether it is through the highly educational programs known as Muzzy and Dora the Explorer, or a desire to travel the world and not seem like stereotypical culturally bland Americans, the influence has always surrounded us. When we enter the high school, this is no different. For several years, Chatham High School has provided students with a plethora of clubs and courses to satisfy its students hunger to learn a new language and submerge themselves in a foreign culture.

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

The annual Chatham High School Fashion Show is coming up on March 11, 2016. Every year, seniors model the latest fashions from local shops including DJ Crater, Prima, Macy's, and TJ Maxx. This year the theme is The Tonight Show. About 200 seniors, more than ever before, will be participating in this fun and exciting event. They must attend many rehearsals beforehand to get ready for the show.

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
Nicholas Tarabokia with younger brother, Ryan Tarabokia, and Spencer Jacovini were suited up in their Chatham basketball jerseys. They warmed up and joined the huddle, feeling prepared for the match that lay ahead against West Morris Central. These names probably don’t sound familiar, especially not part of the well-known roster of our CHS Boys Basketball Team. However, that night, these 3 boys became honorary members.
Thursday, January 7th, 2016

This month, the CHS Chronicle is pleased to present the monthly senior spotlight with Kevin Whiteman. Kevin has made a great impact at CHS over his 4 years and has made himself many great memories. He shares with us advice for younger Chathamites and other experiences he will keep from his time at CHS.

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015

Last month, a group of Chatham upperclassmen participated in the first annual Powderpuff football at CHS. The game took place at Cougar Field with senior boys coaching the junior and senior female players. The event was a huge success and can all be accredited to the spirit and persistence of two CHS senior girls: Nicole Weaving and Libbey Gallagher. This month the Chronicle will spotlight these two seniors to get an inside scoop of what it takes to start an extracuriclar activity at CHS and get to know more about their high school experiences as a whole.

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