Friday, February 2, 2018

Student Announcements: February 2, 2018

Attention DECA members...Your consent form for the state conference is due to Ms. Francis in room D212 by Friday, February 2.

Not into sports but still want to have a fun Sunday night? Come to the Living Arts Center in Durham for a youth art auctioning event that raises money for a non-profit fighting climate change. The event is a potluck and runs from 7-10 pm on February 4th. If you want to submit a piece, spots are still open and they would love more volunteers

Due to the change in the end of the first semester, report cards will go home Tuesday, February 6th

Get your Valentine's gifts next week from the National Honor Society! You may pre-order flowers during both lunches next week.  Look for us in the Commons outside the Media Center. Flowers will be delivered on Valentine's Day with your personal message.

Calling all current and former CHS Band members! If you are interested in joining the 2018 Jaguar Marching Regiment in the fall of next school year, please attend the interest meeting on Tuesday, February 6 at 4:15 p.m. in the band room, C117. Parents are welcome to attend as well.


Come to the Soda Taste Off on Tuesday, February 6 during lunch in the cafe commons. The  Honors Strategic Marketing class is doing research on the effect marketing has on the soda we buy.  Be a Savage and come to the Soda Taste Off.

Spring Sports begin on February 14. Students who wish to try out for Spring Sports must register online before Feb. 13, submit a physical exam and a concussion form to Coach Ross. After you complete the three requirements, you may pick up a "Ticket To Play" form from Coach Ross in the Commons on the following dates: February 1, 2, 5, 6, 12, 13.  YOU cannot tryout without a Ticket to Play! Free Physicals on Feb. 13 from 5:30-7pm at UNC Orthopaedics 6011 Farrington Road Suite 201 Chapel Hill. You must bring a signed NCHSAA Physical Exam Form to be seen by a physician.

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