Abigail Druhot

Stories from Abigail Druhot

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
The Senior Internship Program has always been a great opportunity offered by CHS. Seniors end their high school career by taking off the last six weeks of school and getting job experience - possibly in a field they are interested in for the future. Let’s take a look at some internships happening this year.
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.

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

This year Chatham hosted it’s annual Cougar Classic Basketball Tournament over winter break as it has done for many years past. The round-robin tournament is a fundraiser to support the John Taylor Babbitt Foundation to prevent sudden cardiac death. The boys and girls team both did amazing this year with the boys coming out 4-0 and the girls 3-1.

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

The Chatham High Fall Play is a staple event that many people, whether involved in the theater or not, look forward to come every November. The crew puts in a lot of effort, energy, and hard work into making a great production that interests not only the theater department, but all CHS citizens. This year, they are putting on a great showing of the intricate play Look Homeward, Angel.

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

Thursday, April 9th, 2015
Many movies set out to make the audience feel something unique or special.
Thursday, December 18th, 2014

As the Christmas season approaches, so does another important time: college acceptance letters! Tis the season of many students’ early decision notification letters, while people cross their fingers and hope they are spending the next four years at their first choice. Although the waiting around is hard, some CHS seniors have advice and words of wisdom for current juniors about the difficulties of the application process.

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
To prepare for this experience, the the Model Congress club met every single week between September and November.  Once selected into the club, students picked a specific committee that they were interested in and drafted a related bill.  They then spent hardworking hours critiquing and editing all of the bills, their own and others, all in the hopes that they pass in committee once they arrive in Washington, D.C. Some of the bill topics consisted of eliminating the penny, raising the minimum wage, changing U.S. relations with China, Cuba, and Palestine, investing in Bio Fuel research, and many more domestic and foreign problems.

Monday, November 24th, 2014
Adding to our language department, we have Ms. Tori Van Wie. A passionate German teacher, she found her love for languages first through French in high school. Now, she loves teaching German and seeing her students, especially higher-level ones, conquer challenges they never thought they could. She traveled across the world before she found her home here in the NJ/NYC area, living in Louisiana, Georgia, Paris, and Germany during her college experience. But now she loves the countryside here, as well as the accessibility to New York City. She is passionate for teaching, which she found her love for after realizing how important foreign language was to her. Lastly, she loves activities such as running, tennis, reading, working in her perennial garden, researching Native American jewelry, and above all, traveling!
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
The beginning of the year marks a fresh start for everyone, but this year at our school we have some people taking this to a new level. The faculty here at CHS has grown this year, and there are plenty of new faces around the halls that some people may have as their teacher, or have never seen before and don’t even know their name.