Charter End of Year Quiz
Author Isabel and Ben Snyder
New teachers: which of these teachers began teaching for Charter in 2016?
Force 5K: who won the Force 5K this year?
Homecoming Hallways: name the hallway theme of each class.
Homecoming football game: who was Charter’s opponent during the football game on Homecoming Saturday?
Red Lion Christian
Fall sports: which of these teams placed third in the state in the fall DIAA tournament?
Thanksgiving break: did Charter have a full week off for Thanksgiving?
Charterthon: how much money did the fifth annual charterthon raise?
Foreign exchange students: from what country did foreign exchange students come from in March?
After Prom: where was 2017 After Prom held?
Lip-sync battles: which group was NOT represented at one of Charter’s lip-sync battles?
Elsa and the Snowflakes
The Spice Girls
Prom: what was the decorative theme for 2017 Prom?
Silver and Gold
Ice and Fire
Candles and Antlers
Which one of these clubs (or its members) did not win a major competition title?
None of the above
Spring break trip: where was the CSW sponsored trip over spring break in 2017?
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
San José, Costa Rica
Standing Rock Indian Reservation
Student Appreciation Week: which of these was not a part of student appreciation week?
Dress-down days every day
None of the above
Winter holiday traditions: what unique holiday do Mr. Messinger’s students celebrate around the time of winter break?
Language teacher Mrs. LaCombe started teaching at CSW this year.
Tricky one! Brendan, a Charter alum at UD, won the Force 5K.
Freshmen = Spongebob, Sophomores = Olympics, Juniors = music festivals, Seniors = Jurassic Park
Give yourself a quarter point for each one right!
The team fought hard but lost on Homecoming Weekend
CSW XC came in 2nd, but Soccer was the only team to get 3rd place in the State tournament.
There were two half days, but not a full week off.
Charterthon was a smashing success!
Others came in the fall, but French students visited in March.
After Prom was at a new and exciting venue this year!
Yep, Mr. Robinson did indeed dress up as Elsa.
There were candles and icicles/antlers on the tables but they represented the theme of ice and fire.
Applause for all of CSW students’ hard work!
Several students went to South Dakota over spring break this year.
Trick question! The SAT on Wednesday required juniors to stay in dress code.
While Latin Day sounds like a great holiday, it doesn’t actually exist… at least not in Delaware.
What your score means:
0 - 3: You still have a lot to learn, Freshman!
4 - 7: At least you’re not a novice any more…
8 - 11: Not too bad! You know your way around the school!
12 - 14: You know CSW’s halls like the back of your hand.
15: Perfect score? Wow! You must have studied Charter history… or used the internet.