Chatham High School celebrated its Arbor Day on June 2, and the day’s events would not be complete without a tree planting.
Chatham High School senior Katharine Schassler and math teacher Jennifer DiIorio were honored guests at this year’s Capital Area School Development Association (CASDA) Scholars Recognition Dinner.
Each year, local school districts’ business departments recognize a student who has taken numerous business classes and has exhibited outstanding academic achievement, citizenship, and a positive attitude.
On May 3, Chatham High School inducted 31 members into National Honor Society with a special ceremony held that evening in the school’s auditorium.
Environmental Science students and the Ecology Club were joined by AP Biology and National Honor Society students on a trip that explored the past, present, and future of the Hudson River Estuary.
Chatham High School’s Washington D.C. trip was a tremendous success. This year our students had the opportunity to experience one of the most significant cities in the world.
Teams of four students competed to see which could buckle into and out of the seats of a minivan in the fastest time.
In March and April, sophomores took on social ills that exist in today’s world with a multi-faceted exhibit. The event stemmed from a research and writing project that went well beyond the classroom.
The Yellow Ribbon Team, 38 students in all, presented their peers with the facts, warning signs, and risk factors of suicide, as well as simple ways to get help if they or someone they know ever needs it.
In order to get a really good grasp on DNA, Ms. Kneller’s Living Environment students conducted a rather tasty lab during their unit on genetics.