Chatty Matters

  • Season B Sports Start on Monday, January 18th - Basketball, Ice Hockey, Swimming, & Wrestling
  • No School on Monday, January 18th in Observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Hybrid Classes Start Monday, January 25th - A-K on Mondays/Tuesdays, L-Z on Wednesdays/Thursdays, Everyone Remote on Fridays
You Ask, We Answer – Question #2 – “What are we as a school and as a community doing for our gay and INPOC students who may feel unsafe or unwelcome in the school?”

December 2, 2020

As the BLM organizations and the Gay Rights organizations have blown up recently a student at Chatfield has asked “What are we as a school and as a community doing for our gay and INPOC students who may feel unsafe or unwelcome in the school?” Here are responses from our counseling department --This is complex issue which relies heavily on individual openness and community conversations. --Queer...

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You Ask, We Answer Question #1 – “What students are struggling with remote learning?”

December 2, 2020

When a student is asked “What students are struggling with remote learning?”, a dean and a counselor gave these answers: --Students who are not setting up schedules and organizational systems struggle the most with remote learning.  Some students feel online learning isn’t ‘real,’ and those who are adopting this mindset are also struggling. --Students who are highly impacted by grief,...

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COVID’s Mental Health Legacy

December 21, 2020

  COVID-19 is much more than just a virus; it is a global crisis that we will be feeling the after-effects of for many years to come. And although young adults are not dying at the intense rate of those 65 and above, COVID has brought out a terrifying Mental Health crisis that if not seriously dealt with, could affect students way beyond 2020. For me personally, this year has definitely...

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Interview: It’s Been A Corona Year

Daniel Lane, recorder and editor | December 21, 2020

This is an interview with three very nice senior girls about how this year has been different than they expected and to see if there were some constants that remained.

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Mrs. Gunkel’s Students are Thankful Even in the Midst of a Pandemic

Mrs. Gunkel, Newspaper Advisor | November 21, 2020

My students warm my heart frequently. Here is what they said when I asked them what they were thankful for during this season. I am so blessed to work with these young adults!

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Neutrality: Where Do You Sit?

Jack Thistlewood, Writer | November 19, 2020

Neutrality - otherwise known as sitting on the fence - is a particularly troublesome topic nowadays. From daily life to determining one’s future, decisions are extremely important to make. Unfortunately, because of that importance, making a decision can become even more difficult. Hence why neutrality can become the go-to for just about anyone. In and of itself, neutrality isn’t always a bad...

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