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The student news site of Chantilly High School (Chantilly, VA)

The Purple Tide

The student news site of Chantilly High School (Chantilly, VA)

The Purple Tide

First year physics teacher Thomas Usry gets work done after school, taking the steps he needs to get ready for classes the next day.

Thomas Usry

Logan Earle, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
Math teacher Kyle Nam teaches limits during his fifth period AP Calculus AB class. Though teaching originally wasn’t in his plans, Nam is now pursuing his dream career at Chantilly.

Kyle Nam

Rachel Lee, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
Social studies teacher Brittanye Mohrbacher explains the structure of the U.S. judicial system to her 2nd period AP US &  Comparative Government class.

Brittanye Mohrbacher

Sixuan Wu, Online Editor
November 2, 2022
Counselor Shuntina Taylor attends an online meeting in her office. As a counselor, Taylor assists students in finding their place in CHS and leading them to success.

Shuntina Taylor

Tyler Ellison, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
Spanish teacher Lisa Cathro plans future class lessons on Sept. 15.

Lisa Cathro 

Claire Baek, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
ESOL teacher Cristy Ryman hands out a word search as an activity while teaching her fifth period class.

Cristy Ryman

Gowri Potti, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
Biology teacher Brandon Orr explains how chalk, a form of rock, affects bio life to his fifth period class.

Brandon Orr

Josh Lim, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
English as a Second Language teacher Tim Hoffman hangs a student-made poster in his classroom on Thursday, Sept. 9.

Tim Hoffman

Tyler Nguyen, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
Latin teacher Bethany Abelseth grades assignments on her computer during lunch on Sept. 13.

Bethany Abelseth

Cedric Tchommo, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
Autobody teacher Ryan Byrne works with the technology to fix broken cars.

Ryan Byrne

Korbin Haskins, Staff Writer
November 2, 2022
School psychologist Julie Robinson holds up her question cards, an activity she does with students so that they can reflect on their recent highlights as well as what they look forward to.

Julie Robinson

Advik Sood, Staff Writer
October 29, 2022
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