CHS Spotlight

April Spotlight:
Mrs. Czapelski-Basile

Mrs. Basile!

“Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning how to dance in the rain.”
- Vivian Greene


- Department and Classes:

English and Special Education Yearbook 1, 2, 3

- Years at CHS:


- Alma mater:

Seton Hall University - B.S. in Education Seton Hall University - M.A. in School Psychology Rowan University - Ed.D. in Educational Leadership (Expected 2023)

- Fun Facts:

- When I started college, I drove around in a pink Vespa. I've since upgraded to 4-wheels!
- I went swimming with sharks (Nurse sharks... if that counts) in the Dominican Republic.
- I've gone skydiving and will never do that again!
- I absolutely love Lancaster cupcakes and black coffee.
- In my free time, I love to read psychological thrillers, watch docuseries on Netflix, and "flip"/makeover rooms in my home.
- My new name is Basile...NOT pronounced like the herb!


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