Friday, January 11, 2019

Student Announcements: January 11, 2019

Are you interested in joining the military? The ASVAB test will be given on Friday, February 8 at 9 am. Register by going to the posted link.

Stop by the US Marines table in the commons at lunch on Monday.

Seniors, if you would like to meet with the Durham Tech representative to learn more about their programs and applying, email Ms. Coley ( to schedule an appointment for Wednesday, Jan 16.

Drop in to the informational meeting in the Media Center on Monday during lunch for the Narrating Stories and Earning Volunteer Service Hours Program! If you're interested in Augmented reality, want to help promote literacy, or in need of on-campus Service Learning hours, come today to hear more about this awesome opportunity! For any questions, please email or see Mrs.(Jah-yay-Hola) Jayeola or Mr. MacArthur (Mack-R-thur) in the Media Center [ and].

It is that time of year again! The annual SGA Winterlinks Fundraiser is back. This year SGA is partnering with Dixon High School to donate to Hurricane Florence victims. From now until the end of January, you can donate money to help the cause in your fourth period classes. The class that has collected the most money will receive free Sunrise Biscuits!


Please contact Mr. Hite if you are interested in going on a CHS exchange to the Dominican Republic in mid to late June 2019.  Here is info about what we have done in the past:

If interested, then please fill out the form after talking with parents/guardians:

We want students of all economic means to be able to go, so may have to do some fundraising.


Home Basketball Game tonight vs conference opponent Graham High School, 6:00pm Varsity Women and 7:30pm Varsity Men, Support your Jaguars!


Don't forget you can purchase Spirit Wear in the Main office from Mrs. Jackson. We offer tees, sweatshirts and hats to benefit our Booster Club in support of our awesome athletes!


Baseball is looking for players.  Contact Coach Ross for more information.

The Smart Lunch subject today is English

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