Come out and see the annual CHS One-Act Festival, hosted by Hats Off Productions! Performances are: Thursday, December 3 - Sunday, December 5 at 7:30 PM
in the CHS Blackbox. There is also a Sunday matinee on December 6 at 2:30 PM. Seats are limited, so you are encouraged to purchase tickets online at seatyourself.biz/jagtheatre. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and free for CHCCS Faculty/Staff. (Faculty/Staff should email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.)
Carrboro High School is happy to announce the start of a Peer Buddy Program. The purpose of this program is to promote inclusion of all students. Peer Buddy Programs facilitate friendships, build leadership skills and promote acceptance, understanding and awareness of differences among students. Students will meet with their buddy once a week during lunch or another arranged time. Service learning hours will be given to all HS students who are participating in the Peer Buddy program. If you are interested in having a buddy or being a buddy, you can get an application from Mr. Makor in E114.
The CHS Academy of International Studies welcomes Colin Beavan, author of No Impact Man, on December 14 at 7pm. Join us as we hear about his experience trying to live zero carbon impact life for a year. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. Ticketing information is available on the AIS website tinyurl.com/CarrboroAIS
There has been a surge of interest in our service trip to Nicaragua this summer and the deadline for registering has been moved to THIS FRIDAY. If you want to go (and you should) then be sure to register by following the directions on Mr. Klakovich’s webpage. Mr. Klakovich will be in his room at lunch all week if you have questions or are having trouble registering. Don’t be left behind!
PERFORMERS WANTED! We’re looking for singers, dancers, storytellers and poets for Culturefest on Tuesday night, December 1. Looking for all sorts of performers representing our world of many cultures. See Ms. Johnson in C-111 if you would like to perform.
SGA, DECA, Key Club and the Library are holding a fall food drive for TABLE through Dec. 4th. TABLE provides food for local children in need. Please donate items during your 1st period class.
· The 1st period that donates the most cans will win a free Bruegger's breakfast (from DECA).
· 1st period classes that collect at least 20 items will have library fines forgiven for all students in that class (except for lost book fines).
· All students who donate will receive a Spirit Card from the SGA.
· If we collect 800 items as a school ALL library fines for the entire school will be forgiven.
The library, SGA, DECA and Key Club thank you so much for your support.
Women's LACROSSE FALL SESSIONS will start on Thursday, Dec. 3 and run every Tuesday/Thursday until the Season Starts, with our Try-Outs starting on Mon. Feb. 15.
Do you like lemurs? Join the CHS Biology Club on a visit to the Duke Lemur Center. We will have a behind the scenes tour, and meet some of the scientists who work with the lemurs. The trip is Saturday, December 12. The cost is $15. See Mrs. Bulleri in E224 for information and to sign up.