Friday, January 18, 2019

Student Announcements: January 18, 2019

February is CTE Month and to express the importance of our CTE programs here at CHS the CTE department has joined forces to celebrate the value of CTE and the achievements and accomplishments of our CTE programs and students. Each week in the month of February the CTE department will showcase one of its four program areas. Be sure to engage and support our CTE Month celebrations!


Spring Sports Registration is open until February 12. Spring Sports tryouts will begin on February 13, 2019.  Register online at https://www.carrborojaguars.com  Must have a current physical exam and complete concussion form before trying out.

Submit all forms to Coach Ross or upload the documents when you register.  Spring Sports Ticket to Play will begin Feb. 4-7 at lunch in the Commons. NO TICKET=NO TRY-OUT.


The Media Center is CLOSED today for the AIS Capstone. It will be open for lunch.


The CHS Model UN Club is attending a conference at UNC February 21-24. Anyone is welcome to attend. If you are interested talk to Mr Horton as soon as possible for more information!


It is that time of year again! The annual SGA Winterlinks Fundraiser is back. This year SGA is partnering with Dixon High School to donate to Hurricane Florence victims. From now until the end of January, you can donate money to help the cause in your fourth period classes. The class that has collected the most money will receive free Sunrise Biscuits!


Are you ready to dance away the winter blues? Friday January 25 will be the Carrboro High School's Winter formal here in the commons from 8-11. Tickets for Snowball are on sale today at lunch 1 for $15 or 2 for $20.


Baseball is looking for players.  Contact Coach Ross for more information.


The Men's Golf Team will have a short interest meeting for the Spring, 2019 season on Wednesday, 1/23/19 at 12:30 in front of the auditorium. If you can't be there, please call or email Coach Migues at Culbreth Middle School.


A representative from Durham Tech will be in the commons today during lunch.


Sophomores:  If you are interested in applying to attend Middle College High School (earn a year or more of transferable college credit), the application window is Jan. 7-Jan. 31.  Please see Mr. Harkey in Student Services with any questions.


The Smart Lunch subject today is English



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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Student Announcements: January 17, 2019

February is CTE Month and to express the importance of our CTE programs here at CHS the CTE department has joined forces to celebrate the value of CTE and the achievements and accomplishments of our CTE programs and students. Each week in the month of February the CTE department will showcase one of its four program areas. Be sure to engage and support our CTE Month celebrations!


It is that time of year again! The annual SGA Winterlinks Fundraiser is back. This year SGA is partnering with Dixon High School to donate to Hurricane Florence victims. From now until the end of January, you can donate money to help the cause in your fourth period classes. The class that has collected the most money will receive free Sunrise Biscuits!


Are you ready to dance away the winter blues? Friday January 25 will be the Carrboro High School's Winter formal here in the commons from 8-11. Tickets for Snowball are on sale today at lunch 1 for $15 or 2 for $20.


Blue Ribbon Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) will kick off its first meeting of 2019 today during lunch in D217! We will have a former YLI student as our guest speaker who will share their experience with YLI and how it helped prepare them for college and answer any questions students may have. Snacks will be provided


The Media Center will be closed TOMORROW due to AIS Capstone Presentations.  Please plan accordingly and be proactive in preparation. Thank you.


A representative from Durham Tech will be in the commons Friday during lunch.


Seniors, if you would like to meet with the Durham Tech representative to learn more about their programs and applying, email Ms. Coley (lcoley@chccs.k12.nc.us) to schedule an appointment for Friday, Jan 18.


Sophomores:  If you are interested in applying to attend Middle College High School (earn a year or more of transferable college credit), the application window is Jan. 7-Jan. 31.  Please see Mr. Harkey in Student Services with any questions.


The Smart Lunch subject today is Social Studies



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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Student Announcements: January 15, 2019

VERY IMPORTANT - Students please check your school email and complete a survey related to possible new course at CHS. Your input is very important.


Sophomores:  If you are interested in applying to attend Middle College High School (earn a year or more of transferable college credit), the application window is Jan. 7-Jan. 31.  Please see Mr. Harkey in Student Services with any questions.


Stop by the US Coast Guards table in the commons at lunch today.


Blue Ribbon Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) will kick off its first meeting of 2019 Thursday during lunch in D217! We will have a former YLI student as our guest speaker who will share their experience with YLI and how it helped prepare them for college and answer any questions students may have. Snacks will be provided


Seniors, if you would like to meet with the Durham Tech representative to learn more about their programs and applying, email Ms. Coley (lcoley@chccs.k12.nc.us) to schedule an appointment for Friday, Jan 18.


UNC Health Summer Volunteer Program for high school students is now open. The deadline to apply is March 1st. https://www.uncmedicalcenter.org/uncmc/support/volunteer-services/high-school-volunteers/


It is that time of year again! The annual SGA Winterlinks Fundraiser is back. This year SGA is partnering with Dixon High School to donate to Hurricane Florence victims. From now until the end of January, you can donate money to help the cause in your fourth period classes. The class that has collected the most money will receive free Sunrise Biscuits!


Are you ready to dance away the winter blues? Friday January 25 will be the Carrboro High School's Winter formal here in the commons from 8-11. Tickets for Snowball go on sale today at lunch 1 for $15 or 2 for $20.


Congratulations to Sgt. Grant Mayfield for earning his School Resource Officer Certificate.  Sgt. Mayfield is one of only 237 officers in the State of North Carolina to earn his SRO certificate by completing more than 400 hours of training through the NC Justice Academy.  Congratulate him and ask to see his award!


The Smart Lunch subject today is Science



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Monday, January 14, 2019

Student Announcements: January 14, 2019

VERY IMPORTANT - Students please check your school email and complete a survey related to possible new course at CHS. Your input is very important.


Freshmen - come join us for the class council meeting today at lunch in room E214. Start your year off right by participating in your class council!!


Blue Ribbon Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) will kick off its first meeting of 2019 Thursday during lunch in D217! We will have a former YLI student as our guest speaker who will share their experience with YLI and how it helped prepare them for college and answer any questions students may have. Snacks will be provided


Stop by the US Marines table in the commons at lunch today. The Coast Guard will visit tomorrow during lunch.


Seniors, if you would like to meet with the Durham Tech representative to learn more about their programs and applying, email Ms. Coley (lcoley@chccs.k12.nc.us) to schedule an appointment for Friday, Jan 18.

 

Spring Sports Registration is open until February 12. Spring Sports tryouts will begin on February 13, 2019.  Register online at https://www.carrborojaguars.com  Must have a current physical exam and complete concussion form before trying out.

Submit all forms to Coach Ross or upload the documents when you register.  Spring Sports Ticket to Play will begin Feb. 4-7 at lunch in the Commons. NO TICKET=NO TRY-OUT.

 

"Baseball is looking for players.  Contact Coach Ross for more information."

 

UNC Health Summer Volunteer Program for high school students is now open. The deadline to apply is March 1st. https://www.uncmedicalcenter.org/uncmc/support/volunteer-services/high-school-volunteers/


Drop in to the informational meeting in the Media Center TODAY during lunch for the Narrating Stories and Earning Volunteer Service Hours Program! If you're interested in Augmented reality, want to help promote literacy, or in need of on-campus Service Learning hours, come today to hear more about this awesome opportunity! For any questions, please email or see Mrs.(Jah-yay-Hola) Jayeola or Mr. MacArthur (Mack-R-thur) in the Media Center [obalogun@chccs.k12.nc.us and tmacarthur@chccs.k12.nc.us].


It is that time of year again! The annual SGA Winterlinks Fundraiser is back. This year SGA is partnering with Dixon High School to donate to Hurricane Florence victims. From now until the end of January, you can donate money to help the cause in your fourth period classes. The class that has collected the most money will receive free Sunrise Biscuits!

Stop by the US Coast Guards table at lunch tomorrow.


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



All mail correspondence to and from the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools is subject to the North Carolina Public Records Law, which may result in monitoring and disclosure to third parties, including law enforcement.