The CavChron

What can we do?

What can we do?

Nicole Poitras, Co-Editor In Chief June 2, 2017

About a month ago, at the end of Physics class, my lab table got into a conversation with Eric Perry. It began with him talking about how we should be grateful for what we have, but eventually we were...

Nathan Corsetti 17 is looking forward to the ROTC program.

Making a difference: students plan to enter ROTC

Mario Barassi, Assistant Sports Editor April 3, 2017

As high school comes to a close many seniors are excited to rep their new college sweatshirt during their first class. Others are deciding to take a gap year to explore their options and the world. Some...

The poster for The Mystery of Edwin Drood

“The Mystery of Edwin Drood” begins performances March 17

Leslie Comeau, Features Editor March 17, 2017

The Mystery of Edwin Drood was the final novel written by Charles Dickens, who died before he could ever finish it. Thus, the mystery surrounding its intended ending will never truly be resolved. However,...

Emma Bruseo 17 and Meghan Corban 17 help with details on the seniors poster.

A fond farewell: what Spirit Week meant to this year’s seniors

Nicole Poitras, Co-Editor In Chief March 13, 2017

Spirit Week is always exciting for every grade involved, but the class of 2017 made it extra-special this year. The feeling of unity was high as they realized this was their last Spirit Week, so they made...

HB Staff sits on the side during the Staff vs. Unified game.

Unified team vs. staff basketball game

Mitchell Dryer, Staff Writer March 13, 2017

 Spirit Week is always an exciting week at HB, with all of the festivities and clothing attire. To kick off this year’s Spirit Week, there was a basketball game between the Unified Team and the Staff...

The senior class works on their poster.

Poster prep

Leslie Comeau, Features Editor March 13, 2017

For the past few weeks, the freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors have been planning and plotting their poster designs for spirit week. Every year, HB is impressed by the intricate details and sizes...

The seniors always try to keep their Spirit Week theme behind closed doors.

Spirit Week secrecy

Parker Coady, Op/Ed Editor March 13, 2017

While Spirit Week’s skits and jokes have changed from year to year, one tradition has remained constant: the senior skit’s secrecy. Or, at least, they’ve tried to keep it constant.   While...

The sophomore class practices their Spirit Week skit outside.

Spirit Week skits

Curtis Newton, Managing Editor March 13, 2017

During Spirit Week, all classes spend time after school to work on posters, props, dancing, and the pep rally skit.  This year, the underclassmen worked as hard as ever, and on Friday, February 24, they...

Picking a theme can take time, but the seniors have known their theme since sophomore year.

Picking the theme

Kaitlin Johnson, Staff Writer March 13, 2017

Picking a theme for the class of 2017’s Spirit Week skit came very easily to Student Council. Senior class representative Natalie Paquin said, “Since sophomore year, there was always an idea of Magic...

Some students made the Spirit Week themes into puns on their costumes.

Creative takes on Spirit Week

Brock Radford, Staff Writer March 13, 2017

The various themes for Spirit Week were colorful, creative and liberating for many students. For some, however, that wasn’t enough - they decided to take it one step further. For example, Anthony Basque...

Load More Stories
Activate Search