Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Student Announcements: March 6, 2018

Lost & Found is set up in the Commons.  Claim it if it's yours! Items remaining at the end of the week will be donated.

March's Open Ear of the principal is this Wednesday during lunch in the back of the library.  The main topic will be safety, but Mrs. Rudolph is there for anything else on your mind.

Seniors and staff - if you are participating in student vs. faculty game this Friday, please purchase your shirt this week from SGA.

The Peer Buddy and Special Olympics clubs have joined forces for the Spread the Word to End the Word campaign, an event to build awareness to stop and think about the use of the R-word in society. All of this week we will be in the commons during lunch we will be receiving signatures pledging that we will show respect to all of our students.  Wristbands, stickers and pens will be available!

Club presidents, please meet with your club by Friday, March 9th, to obtain a club photo and submit it on the form located in the announcements.

Looking for a class to add to your course registration?  Take a Theatre, Technical Theatre, or Film and Theatre Around the World course.

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.

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.

There will be a MANDATORY Football Interest meeting on Thursday during A Lunch in the Gym.

Tuesday's Smart Lunch Schedule

Social Studies - A Lunch

Arts, Science - B Lunch

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