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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, January 6th, 2016

2015 was the year that Marty McFly and Doc time traveled to in the 1989 movie Back to the Future, and while in reality it didn’t include self-tying shoelaces or flying cars, it was still a whirlwind of a year filled with groundbreaking innovations.  

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

At 375 days before election day, I did feel a little silly asking people to go on record making predictions about its outcome. But they say history repeats itself, so I interviewed 12 teachers from CHS’ social studies and business departments. My question: at this point (Oct. 29-30), who would you predict to win the Republican nomination? Below are their (paraphrased) responses.

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

If you asked your parents about Powder Puff, they would know what it is. If you asked your teachers about Powder Puff, they would say how it helped bring their high school together back in the day. If you asked friends from other schools about Powder Puff, they would say they play in it now. Then, why has Chatham never had such a spirited event? Well this year, that is going to change.

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
Freshman year is without a doubt a tough transition year of high school. Whether it’s navigating through a new school, or your first pre-season workout, it can be a challenge. But, with that awful full year of Health class eliminated freshman might be a bit brighter for the class of 2019. Here, we get an inside look by freshman field hockey player Annie Leverich.
Sunday, October 4th, 2015
Do you enjoy art, but find yourself not being artistic enough to even take Intro to Studio Art? Well, this year, a new history course is being offered at Chatham High School.  It is AP Art History, taught by Mr. Meguerian.  Offered to eleventh and twelfth graders, AP Art History is a full-year course worth five credits.  This course is challenging but interesting, and it extends from prehistory and the first art dated to 30,000 B.C.
Sunday, October 4th, 2015
Every year at Chatham High School, we grow as a student body and as a population. This year was no exception as we added many new faces to our staff in all departments. We at the Chronicle got a chance to know them a little better in hopes that the rest of CHS will get to as well

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015
The first two weeks of May tend to cause students a great deal of stress. Walking down the hallway of the high school, you are bound to find someone carrying a review book, or at least talking about an upcoming test they have later on. Many juniors and seniors take more than one AP class throughout the year, and then take each corresponding test.

"This year I actually had two APs on the same day which was brutal. I was testing from 7:30(am) -4:30(pm)," says Abby Druhot, a junior who took the AP English Literature and Physics tests.

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015
Given her recent accomplishment in receiving the Chatham High School "Teacher of the Year" Award, Mrs. Zima is the perfect candidate for this installment of the CHS Chronicle's Teacher Spotlight. Obviously, she is distinguished as not only a magnificent educator, but as a true friend of all students and teachers, alike. The Chronicle was able to catch up and sit down with her, and get to know all about the real Mrs. Zima.
Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

How has senior year been so far? Any differences between first and second semester?

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

He is recognizable to students not just by his army fatigues, but also for his enthusiastic and truly engaging classes ranging from Law and Society to United States History, his motivated and inspiring demeanor and general air of confidence and success. Mr. Deloatch is an admirable individual for his dedication to service to the military, his work and many diverse pursuits and hobbies.

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

This year, the Chatham PTO sponsored fashion was a whirlwind of fun for the audience and the graduating seniors of 2015. The show, which featured senior models, started with a performance by No Strings Attached, Chatham’s all girl a capella group, who performed slowed down versions of Britney Spear’s “Toxic” and “Beyonce’s Crazy in Love”.

Thursday, April 9th, 2015
Many movies set out to make the audience feel something unique or special.
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
The Imitation Game is a historical thriller that dazzle as much as its eight Academy Award nominations would suggest.
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Each Year, Chatham High School seniors enrolled in AP Studio Art receive the opportunity to display their work in Chatham’s Rizzo Gallery, located at 32 Watchung Avenue. This year, Chatham’s AP art curriculum was so high in demand that the class needed to be split into two different periods, each being taught by Chatham High School art teacher Eric Hreha.
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

She is easily one of the most influential and well-known teachers at the school, having taught students from all grades in a variety of english and language-related subjects, using a unique and intellectually stimulating approach that all teachers strive to emulate. Ms. Marohn has been responsible for not only teaching, but also leading the CHS Philosophy Club, and a few years ago, bringing Dr. Cornel West to speak at our school. She is a noteworthy member of the CHS Staff, and a perfect candidate for this month’s installment of the Chronicle Staff Interview.

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015
When February rolls around each year, students expect their teachers to start making recommendations for the following year. What runs through the heads of most is, "How can I start thinking about next year if am only halfway through this one. It must include challenges, but not so many to the point where your life revolves solely around school.
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
This article is intended to help people understand the situation that is currently taking place involving the CHS ‘7TH Skater’ and to show the perspective/opinion of multiple parties.
Monday, February 2nd, 2015
Chatham High School takes great pride in athletics, evident in our stellar performances at many competitive levels, unmatched attendance at events and elite reputation among many sports programs. The man behind the schedules, teams, events, rules and just about everything else certainly deserves some recognition. Mr.
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