Today is the last day for Book Olympics! If you are participating please come by the library to pick up your medal. Congratulations to all of our Book Olympians!
Coach Clanton and the Coaching Staff would like to apologize for not mentioning Ana Leigh's contributions and achievements on Monday during the award ceremony. If the team needed someone to come in and defend, Ana was the person coach could depend on. Ana is a first year letter winner. Thank you and congratulations - job well done from the Women's Basketball Coaching Staff.
If you are interested in Graphics; Photography; Web Design; Animation; Game Design; Video, or Audio Production and are creative or interested in pursuing a career in the expanding field of technology, then consider taking a CHS Adobe Academy course. These courses are part of CHS's Career Technical Education (CTE) elective course offerings, and provide opportunities to build valuable skills in the areas of creative communication using Adobe software.
All Adobe courses are available with honors credit options and provide opportunities for students to become ACA Certified in globally recognized Adobe software programs. Professional skills are further enhanced through participation in CHS's chapter of SkillsUSA.
For more information about Adobe Academy courses and participation in SkillsUSA, please see Ms. Landis, in E115.
Make sure to read the latest issue of our school newspaper, The JagWire! If you are interested in joining newspaper, please contact Mr. Lourens or stop by room D221 for more information. We are currently accepting applications for next year.
The Epsilon Gamma Chapter of Sigma Pi Phi, is sponsoring a writing competition for male African American students in grades 9-11. The purpose of the competition is to encourage writing and communication skills among African American males. The first-place winner will receive $750.00, Second Place: $500 and Third Place: $300. Please get your application from the Main Office.
Are you interested in taking a Theatre, Technical Theatre, or Film and Theatre Around the World course? Speak with Ms. Stegall about which class would be the right fit for you.
The Yearbook staff is attempting to include Senior Connections. All seniors, please complete the survey in the announcements by end of the day on Friday, March 2nd in order for a Connections page to be completed. We need 70% participation to include this.
If you would like to be guaranteed a yearbook, please make sure to purchase online by today, Wednesday, February 28th, so that we can include your book in our final order. We only have 75 books remaining, and we do intend to sell out this year, so don't miss out!
Are you ready for PROM? Cinderella's Closet offers free gowns, shoes and jewelry to juniors and seniors that might not otherwise be able to afford to attend prom. Please see Ms. Crider in the guidance office for an application. Applications are due March 9th. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ROHKuyY7wUHF2N2h1MgA5_0Uv3eoTMoafo8Hyt7mjUU/edit#slide=id.p
Time is running out to sign up to go on our Service Learning Trip to Nicaragua this summer. If you have been thinking of going, now is your time to act! See Mr. Klakovich in room D214
Wednesday's Smart Lunch Schedule
Healthful Living, Math, World Languages - A Lunch
English - B Lunch
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