Monday, March 12, 2018

Student Announcements: March 12, 2018

A representative from Appalachian State University will visit Carrboro High on Friday, March 16th at 9:00 in the CIC.  This is a great opportunity for juniors beginning their college search to learn more information about Appalachian State University.  To attend this college visit please sign up in the white notebook in the CIC.

Congratulations Seniors - your wait is over.  The Graduation materials you ordered will be delivered on Wednesday, March 14th during lunch. If you have questions please call the HERFF JONES sales office - 336.228.7770

All balance dues need to be paid prior to Wednesday's delivery.  Payments can be made online 24/7 -

March Madness Trivia:  Did you know that Carrboro High School Athletics has won 39 Regional  Championships since 2007? Stay tune for more trivia in the coming days!

Our PODD Communication Working Lunch with Kara Van Hooser, Assistive Technology specialist, and Debbie Reinhertsen, Speech Language Pathologist from the CIDD, will be rescheduled.  Mrs. Barry will keep everyone updated with the new date!

Seniors, the Senior Superlative Survey will stay open through tomorrow, Tuesday, March 13th.  Please make sure to vote using the survey link located in your announcement email. You must be signed into your school account to vote.

Attention, Juniors and seniors who attended the Durham Tech CCP Information Session in January:   If you are interested in summer or fall classes at Durham Tech, the deadline to apply is March 15th. See Dr. Wooten in the CIC for an application packet, and email Adria Kinney at for further instructions.

Adria Kinney

College Liaison, Orange County

Durham Technical Community College


Phone: 919-943-0509

After school tutoring will be held in room D218 tomorrow, Tuesday. Don't forget to come upstairs for help!!!

Brittany Deeds
Administrative Assistant to Tomeka L. Ward-Satterfield
Carrboro High School
(919) 918-2200 Ext. 25027

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