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Chipmunks Give Back!

Mattie Mayeux & Mia Tedesco | November 30, 2021

Before our Thanksgiving break, Chapelle Chipmunks got together to show support for local families during the holidays. Each homeroom brought in items that could be beneficial for a Thanksgiving meal. Items were donated to St. Mary Magdalen Parish with fun Thanksgiving activities to complete with the family. The Thanksgiving baskets are a tradition at Chapelle. This is a great way to give these families...

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New Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Lynsey Giardina

Macy Krebs | November 12, 2021

Chapelle has welcomed many new teachers this year, and our spotlight this week is Ms. Lynsey Giardina ‘17. Ms. Giardina teaches English III and Speech. We stopped by to interview Ms. Giardina to get the scoop on what she loves most about coming back and working at Chapelle. “What I like most about working at Chapelle is being able to walk these halls again and witness new memories from a place...

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Celebrating a Legacy

November 12, 2021

As Archbishop Chapelle celebrates 60 years, we want to look back on the fond memories made with faculty, friends, students, and most importantly, family. Kicking off our celebration, we have the Navarre family that includes a long list of legacies that have attended Chapelle over the 60-year time frame. Debra Bautsch Navarre '69 attended Chapelle as a student with many of her sisters. She enjoyed her...

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Chapelle Chips Make Archbishop Rummel Homecoming Court!

Harlie Stevens | November 3, 2021

Recently, we had four of our own Chapelle students chosen for the Rummel homecoming court. Addison Arceneaux (queen), Madeline Vogt, Britney Barattini, and Lauren Derbes. When asked about her initial reaction, Arceneaux said, " My reaction was pure excitement. I cried tears of joy, and I was so thankful to hear my name being said as queen.”    When questioned what she gained from this...

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Chipmunks Welcome Back Alumnae Teresa LaCour as English Teacher

Macy Lane | November 3, 2021

Have you ever wondered what made your teacher choose Education for their career? We sat down with our new English 8 teacher and Chapelle alumnae, Teresa LaCour to get to know her a little better.   Q: What made you choose to become a teacher? A: “While I was working Chapelle summer camp in 2019, I realized that I wanted to be in education! I loved being with my campers and creating...

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Future Chips Enjoy Their Day As A Chapelle “Spendy”

Sadie Faucheux | November 2, 2021

“Chapelle Spend-a-Day” is an honored tradition at Archbishop Chapelle High School. During a Chapelle Spend-a-Day, a  future chipmunk is paired up with a current Chapelle student and gets to learn the ins and outs of Chapelle by actually following that student’s schedule. The “Spendy” also participates in rally games and is decked out in their future class colors. I got the chance to...

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