Thursday, October 18, 2018

Student Announcements: October 18, 2018

  • There will be a SkillsUSA meeting in Ms. Landis' Room, E115, today during lunch beginning at 12:40 pm. Students interested in participating in SkillsUSA this school year should attend.


  • Freshman - do you want to be a part of the Powder Puff Football?  Check your email today and complete the survey telling us, your Freshman Class Council, how you would like to be involved.

  • Help support our school's amazing band program! Eat at Al's Burger Shack in Southern Village on Tuesday, October 23 between 5:00 and 8:00 p.m., mention the Carrboro High School Band, and a portion of the proceeds will support our program.

  • Special Olympics Club meeting Friday during lunch in D122.  Grab your lunch & join us!

  • A representative from UNC Greensboro will be in the CIC on Monday, Oct. 22 at 11am. Sign up in the CIC if interested.

  • NC Free College Application Week is this week until Friday October 19 in the CHS Media Center. Please sign up for an application session using the link in your email. See your email for an informational flyer, and feel free to contact someone in the CIC with any questions.

  • There will be a meeting of the National Honor Society today during lunch in Ms. Rubenstein's room (D218). Members interested in holding an office should come prepared with a short presentation for your peers.

  • The CHS Quiz Bowl Club is looking for new members! Anyone interested is welcome to come to our meetings on Fridays during lunch in E216.

  • The Minority Student Union meets today at lunch in Mr. Murchison's room (D217).

  • Student of the Week: Adrian Ornelas- Adrian helps his classmates in the EL Math I class. He's kind and very easy to work with. He's been in US schools for one year, but he's taking Civics, Biology, Math, etc. A full, challenging course load! He goes to Smart Lunches several times a week. He also works a tough, physical job after school and on weekend. A truly lovely young man.

  • The Smart Lunch subject today is Social Studies

  • The School Media Center will be closed for a half day TODAY through lunch.  The Library will resume normal operating hours in the afternoon beginning 5th period.

  • Congratulations to the Jaguar Volleyball team...we took down Science and Math last night 3-1 in the finals of the Mid-State Conference Tournament. NCSSM beat us twice in the regular season (3-0, 3-2). Brackets for the state playoffs will come out Monday.  Go Jags!

  • Good luck to Jaguar Field Hockey at Cardinal Gibbons today 6:30pm


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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Student Announcements: October 17, 2018

Attention students interested in a career in the military. East Chapel Hill High will be offering the ASVAB on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 9:00am. You must register by November 21 and provide your own transportation. ASVAB flyer


The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) information session will be in Room C117 during lunch today.  Bring your food with you and get there ASAP.


A representative from Columbia University will be in the CIC on Friday, Oct. 19 at 9:45am. Sign up in the CIC if interested.


The CHS Quiz Bowl Club is looking for new members! Anyone interested is welcome to come to our meetings on Fridays during lunch in E216.


There will be a meeting of the National Honor Society tomorrow during lunch in Ms. Rubenstein's room (D218). Members interested in holding an office should come prepared with a short presentation for your peers.


NC Free College Application Week is this week until Friday October 19 in the CHS Media Center. Please sign up for an application session using the link in your email. See your email for an informational flyer, and feel free to contact someone in the CIC with any questions.


The Minority Student Union meets this Thursday at lunch in Mr. Murchison's room (D217).


Want to join the Carrboro Swim Team? Please come to the Interest meeting for students and their parents tonight at 7PM in the Media Center.


The School Media Center will be closed for a half day TOMORROW, Thursday, Oct. 18.  The Library will resume normal operating hours in the afternoon beginning 5th period.


Our Jaguar Women's Cross Country Team won their 10th consecutive conference title yesterday and our Men's Team placed 3rd.  Regionals will be on Oct. 27 at Wake Med. Park.


Volleyball advances to the Mid-State Conference Tournament Finals tonight at Cummings vs NCSSM, 6pm.


Football defeated Bartlett Yancey 29-14 last night; our current standing is  4-2 overall and 1-1 in the conference.


The Smart Lunch subject today is Math



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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Student Announcements: October 16, 2018

Current 9th and 10th graders:  the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) is an unparalleled opportunity for academic and personal growth, particularly for students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education.  There will be a representative from NCSSM at CHS Wed. 10/17 to meet with interested students during lunch. You apply during your 10th grade year. You must sign up for the visit TODAY in the Student Services suite. See Mr. Harkey to further discuss.


A representative from University of Pennsylvania and Oberlin College will be in the CIC on Thursday, Oct. 18. Sign up in the CIC if interested.


There will be a meeting of the National Honor Society Thursday during lunch in Ms. Rubenstein's room (D218). Members interested in holding an office should come prepared with a short presentation for your peers.


The School Media Center will be closed for a half day this Thursday, Oct. 18.  The Library will resume normal operating hours in the afternoon beginning 5th period.


NC Free College Application Week is this week until Friday October 19 in the CHS Media Center. Please sign up for an application session using the link in your email. See your email for an informational flyer, and feel free to contact someone in the CIC with any questions.


Want to join the Carrboro Swim Team? Please come to the Interest meeting for students and their parents this Wednesday at 7PM in the Media Center.

Congratulations to the CHS Quiz Bowl Club, which sent two teams to the Quaker Bowl this weekend. The A team placed 7th and the B team placed 13th. The CHS Quiz Bowl Club is looking for new members! Anyone interested is welcome to come to our meetings on Fridays during lunch in E216.


Good Luck to our Cross Country Teams at the Mid-State Conference Championship and Field Hockey at Cardinal Gibbons.


Congratulations to our Women's Golf Team for their 2nd place finish at Regionals, the first time ever in school history to qualify a team to State and place at Regionals!


Home Athletic Events:  Volleyball hosts Reidsville in the 1st round of the Mid-State Conference Tournament at 5pm.  CHS Athletic passes cannot be used for conference tournaments and state playoff contests. Home Football Game  vs Bartlett Yancey 6:30pm.


The Smart Lunch subject today is Science



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Monday, October 15, 2018

Student Announcements: October 15, 2018

Lt Barro from UNC Charlotte Air Force ROTC will be in the CIC on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 9am. Sign up in the CIC if interested.


Today at lunch, the Slam Poetry Club meets in Room 220, Mr. Jester's classroom. Come write, and perform, and listen to what your peers have to say!


NC Free College Application Week is this week until Friday October 19 in the CHS Media Center. Please sign up for an application session using the link in your email. See your email for an informational flyer, and feel free to contact someone in the CIC with any questions.


Carrboro Kings boys group will be meeting in room E114 during lunch. Feel free to bring your lunch.


Current 9th and 10th graders:  the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) is an unparalleled opportunity for academic and personal growth, particularly for students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education.  There will be a representative from NCSSM at CHS this Wed. 10/17 to meet with interested students during lunch. You apply during your 10th grade year. You must sign up for the visit beforehand in the Student Services suite.  See Mr. Harkey to further discuss.


Want to join the Carrboro Swim Team? Please come to the Interest meeting for students and their parents this Wednesday at 7PM in the Media Center.


Good Luck to Women's Golf at the NCHSAA Regionals and Men's Soccer is at Graham.


Winter Sports Registration is Open. Winter registration deadline is October 30. Tryouts begin October 31. Tryout requirements are 1) Register online at carrborojaguars.com, 2) current physical exam on file in the athletic office, 3) submit a new concussion form to the athletic office and 4) pick up a "ticket To Play" from Coach Ross during the week of October 22-25. No Tickets will be given on October 26. No Ticket=No Tryout. Each student must meet the NCHSAA Eligibility requirements to tryout.

MUST HAVE A "TICKET TO PLAY" TO TRYOUT

Winter Sports Tryout Dates:

Men's Basketball  October 31 6:15pm GYM

Women's Basketball October 31 4:15pm   GYM

Winter Cheer TBA

Swimming November 1  6:00pm at Homestead Aquatic Center

Diving TBA

Wrestling October 31  4:30pm Commons


The Smart Lunch subjects today are CTE, World Language, Arts, and Healthful Living



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