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February 14, 2018

Happy Birthday over break to Tyler Thompson and Lea Mittleider.

The soup on the salad bar is tomato.

School will dismiss at 1:30 today.

State Wrestling is tomorrow, Friday and Saturday at Fargo.  Bus will leave today at 3:00.

There is no school on Thursday and Friday.

AB BBB team has a game here tomorrow against FW/M starting at 6:00.  C-Club concessions are Kaylee Weninger, Hannah Hagel and Harlee Erickson.  Workers for 50/50 are Brett Paulson and Spencer Grager.

The Athletic Awards Night has been moved from March 26th to April 5th.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 13, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chili.

Congratulations to the girls basketball team on their District 5 championship! Congratulations to Emerson Hoornaert and McKenzie Johnson on making the All-District Team.

Today, students and staff can buy singing Valentines that will be delivered by the Velvatones on Wednesday, Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Day!  Buy one for $5 or two for $8.  Student Council members who would like to sell Valentines can sign up in the office!

There will be Academic Pursuit practice today 3:20. 

School Board meeting is today at 3:30.

7 & 8 BBB team has a game today at Harvey starting at 4:00.  Players will be dismissed at 2:00.  Bus will leave at 2:10.

AB BBB team has a game today at Harvey starting at 6:00.  Bus will leave at 4:15.

School will dismiss at 1:30 on Wednesday.

There is no school on Thursday and Friday.

Students and their parents are reminded that Carrington High School has a “food backpack” program for the students at Carrington High School.  Students in the program receive a grocery bag filled with food, which is placed in their locker each Thursday night and is intended to be used over the weekend.  Identities of the students who participate in the program are kept confidential.  Students and parents can contact the high school office if they want to be in the program and receive a food backpack each Thursday.

The Athletic Awards Night has been moved from March 26th to April 5th.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 12, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Lucas Hendrickson.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the girls basketball team for their victories over Barnes County North and Edgeley-Kulm. 

Congratulations to the wrestling team for placing first at the Regional Individual Tournament.

All speech team members must register for the Northwood meet TODAY.

Results from Saturday's speech meet in Rolette: The team finished 2nd with 24 individual awards. State qualifiers were Caedon Pederson and Savanna Friedt in humorous duo, Mason Rose in humorous, Kaylee Weninger in impromptu and radio, and Caedon Pederson in dramatic. Top Novices were Carter Larson and Jake Page in humorous duo Carter Larson in humorous, Rori Ricter in poetry, Janice Overby in dramatic, and Jake Page in persuade. Please see the online announcements for a complete list of awards.

Speech Meet awards:
Caedon Pederson/Savanna Friedt - 1st to state qualify in humorous duo
Carri Hovdenes/Janice Overby - 8th in humorous duo
Mason Rose - 1st to state qualify in humorous, 2nd in serious
Laurie Struxness - 4th in entertain and storytelling
Jessalyn Thomas - 7th in radio
Destiny Stedman - 3rd in extemp, 5th in inform
Kaylee Weninger - 1st to state qualify in radio and inform, 4th in impromptu, 5th in persuade
Caedon Pederson - 1st to state qualify in dramatic, 6th in serious
Ella Nowatzki - 6th in persuade
Jake Page - 9th in extemp
Savanna Friedt - 5th in dramatic, 6th in radio

District 5 Girls’ Basketball Tournament is today at Jamestown.  Carrington will play LLM at 7:30 tonight.  Bus will leave at 4:45.

Today and tomorrow, students and staff can buy singing Valentines that will be delivered by the Velvatones on Wednesday, Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Day!  Buy one for $5 or two for $8.  Student Council members who would like to sell Valentines can sign up in the office!

There will be Academic Pursuit practice on Tuesday morning in Mrs. Hewitt's room at 7:50 and 3:20.  You only need to attend one or the other.  

From the library: Congratulations to Kael Kovar and Jack Erickson who have joined the Million Word club. We now have 16 club members and several more people who will join shortly. Keep reading, everyone!

School will dismiss at 1:30 on Wednesday.

There is no school on Thursday and Friday.

Students and their parents are reminded that Carrington High School has a “food backpack” program for the students at Carrington High School.  Students in the program receive a grocery bag filled with food, which is placed in their locker each Thursday night and is intended to be used over the weekend.  Identities of the students who participate in the program are kept confidential.  Students and parents can contact the high school office if they want to be in the program and receive a food backpack each Thursday.
The Athletic Awards Night has been moved from March 26th to April 5th.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 9, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Chase Ellingson.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

Congratulations to the JH boys basketball teams on their win over MPB! 

There is an FCCLA meeting in room 13 today during IE.

FFA will be attending judging events in Fargo today and Kindred tomorrow.

District 5 Girls’ Basketball Tournament starts today at Jamestown.  Carrington will play BCN at 7:30.  Bus will leave at 4:45.

Today is the last day of chuck-a-duck during I/E. It costs $1 for every duck. Come play for some sweet prizes while supporting your local FBLA chapter! 

FBLA members attending State need to turn in their money for registration today to Miss Page.

The speech team has a meet in Rolette on Saturday. The bus will leave at 6:15 a.m.

Regional Individual Wrestling Tournament is at Harvey tomorrow starting at 10:00.  Bus will leave at 7:00.

Knowledge Bowl is at Bismarck tomorrow.  Bus will leave at 5:45.

On Monday and Tuesday, students and staff can buy singing Valentines that will be delivered by the Velvatones on Wednesday, Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Day!  Buy one for $5 or two for $8.  Student Council members who would like to sell Valentines can sign up in the office!

Students and their parents are reminded that Carrington High School has a “food backpack” program for the students at Carrington High School.  Students in the program receive a grocery bag filled with food, which is placed in their locker each Thursday night and is intended to be used over the weekend.  Identities of the students who participate in the program are kept confidential.  Students and parents can contact the high school office if they want to be in the program and receive a food backpack each Thursday.

The Athletic Awards Night has been moved from March 26th to April 5th.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 8, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

Today's chuck-a-duck will be towards the end of I/E. It costs $1 for every duck. Come play for some awesome prizes while supporting your local FBLA chapter!

JH BBB team has a game today at the elementary school starting at 4:30 against Medina/PB.

AB BBB team has a game today at Edgeley starting at 5:30.  Players will be dismissed at 3:00, bus will leave at 3:10. 

From the library: Congratulations to Kirra Kvamme, who is the third person to reach the 2 Million Word goal, and to Lexi McClean who has just joined the Million Word Club.

The first meeting of the Middle School Reading Club will be today during I/E in the ITV room. All interested middle school students are welcome to attend.

On Monday and Tuesday, students and staff can buy singing Valentines that will be delivered by the Velvatones on Wednesday, Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Day!  Buy one for $5 or two for $8.  Student Council members who would like to sell Valentines can sign up in the office!

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 6, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

There will be a 7th Grade Mentoring meeting during I/E time today.

Today's chuck-a-duck will be towards the end of the lunch period. It costs $1 for every duck. Come play for some prizes while supporting your local FBLA chapter!

There will be Academic Pursuit team practice in Mrs. Hewitt's room today at 7:50 AM and 3:30 PM.  You only need to attend one or the other. 

There will be a yearbook meeting after school today in the middle school computer lab.  Let's get to work on our next deadline!

The first official meeting of the CHS Reading Club will take place Thursday in the ITV room during I/E. All interested middle school students are welcome to attend. If you are unable to attend but wish to participate, stop in the library to visit with Mrs. Irion or Mrs. Seil.

Results from Saturday's speech meet in Devils Lake: The team earned second place with 14 finalists. State qualifiers were Savanna Friedt in Radio and  Mason Rose in humorous. Ella Nowatzki was named Top Novice. See the online announcements for a complete list of awards.

Savanna Friedt: 1st in radio to state qualify
Ella Nowatzki: Top Novice in persuade
Caedon Pederson: 3rd in serious
Rori Ricter: 7th in serious
Mason Rose: 1st in humorous to state qualify, 5th in serious
Destiny Stedman: 3rd extemp, 4th radio
Laurie Struxness: 4th entertain, 6th storytelling
Jessalyn Thomas: 6th radio
Kaylee Weninger: 2nd radio, 3rd impromptu, 7th inform and persuade

MathCounts students should meet in Mrs. Anderson's room on Wednesday at the start of 5th period for the chapter competition.

AB BBB team have a game here today against Oakes starting at 5:30.  C-Club concessions are Amanda Jarrett, Lexus Page and Taryn Hoeckle.  Workers for 50/50 are Cody McClean and Mathias Kubal.  Lauren Skadberg, Emma Rindy, and Emma Wolsky are scheduled to do FBLA candy sales at tonight's game. Carmen Entzminger, Kadyn Mehring, and Alayna Martinez have clean up.

The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.” Carrington’s National Honors Society has decided to join forces with the Alzheimer’s Association to help fund research, raise support, and spread awareness of dementia. In honor of all those affected by the disease, the Carrington chapter has planned to host a “purple night” during the boys’ basketball game tonight. The NHS group will have bake sale and sell “Forget Me Not” paper flowers starting at 5:30 that evening. By bringing awareness to this devastating disease, our community can help in finding a cure to the ongoing pain that Alzheimer’s causes families everywhere.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!



February 5, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to Mrs. Copenhaver for being named The North Dakota School Counselor Association Counselor of the Year for the state of North Dakota. 

Congratulations to the wrestling team for qualifying for the State Dual Tournament.

There is an FCCLA officer meeting today in room 13 during IE.

Students: come play chuck-a-duck at the end of I/E time every day this week to win fun prizes! It costs $1 for every duck. The money will go towards the school's FBLA chapter. 

The Student Council would like to thank everyone who came to the Snowball Dance on Saturday night!  The Musicology class played wonderful music and over 80 students danced the night away! 

Congratulations to the Junior class for winning last week’s dodgeball tournament and earning the most points during Snowball Week!  Thanks to everyone who participated in dress-up days, the Mario Kart and dodgeball tournament, and the pep rally – you made it a fun week!
7 & 8 BBB team has a game at the elementary school today starting at 5:00.

AB GBB team has a game here today against Benson County starting at 5:30.  C-Club concessions are Hunter Mittleider, Nic Lyman and Kyle Leapaldt.  Workers for 50/50 are Amber Klein and Bellami Jensen.  Grace Wolsky, Rori Ricter, Lauren Skadeberg, and Emma Rindy are scheduled to do FBLA candy sales at tonight's game. Larissa Larson, Sasha Yankton, and Addison Hoornaert have clean up.  Close Up Concession Stand workers for tonight's girls basketball game are Kolton Better & Addie Lipetzky. 

The speech team captains wish to apologize to the staff and students. Our attempt at humor became insulting. We did not mean to offend and are truly sorry.

There will be Academic Pursuit team practice in Mrs. Hewitt's room on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 7:50 AM and 3:30 PM.  You only need to attend one or the other. 

There will be a yearbook meeting after school on Tuesday in the middle school computer lab.  Let's get to work on our next deadline!

The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.” Carrington’s National Honors Society has decided to join forces with the Alzheimer’s Association to help fund research, raise support, and spread awareness of dementia. In honor of all those affected by the disease, the Carrington chapter has planned to host a “purple night” during the boys’ basketball game on February 6, 2018. The NHS group will have bake sale and sell “Forget Me Not” paper flowers starting at 5:30 that evening. By bringing awareness to this devastating disease, our community can help in finding a cure to the ongoing pain that Alzheimer’s causes families everywhere.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 2, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

All juniors will meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE for a short meeting today.

Today is Spirit Day!  Students who have dressed up will be asked to report to the gym for a class picture at the end of I/E time today!

The Snowball Dodgeball tournament continues today with the Juniors and the Seniors in the championship round!  The winning team will receive a dodgeball lesson from the staff during the Pep Rally.  Please dismiss the Juniors and Seniors at 11:40 AM for lunch today!

The Snowball Pep Rally is at 2:00 PM today.  Students and staff will be dismissed to the gym by an announcement from the office.  The StuCo Pep Rally Committee should report to period 6 class for attendance and then go to the gym.  Grades will sit together in the gym during the pep rally. 

The Snowball Dance is tomorrow night from 9:00 PM until midnight.  Cost of admission is $5 and every student will be required to take a breathalyzer before entering the dance.  This event is considered semi-formal and information on attire has been posted on the bulletin board outside the office.  The doors will be locked at 10:00 PM, so be sure to arrive on time!  Student Council members that signed up will decorate the commons area at 10:00 AM on Saturday morning!

The Sophomores have won every round of the Mario Kart tournament so far – are they unstoppable?  Find out today when the 4th and final round takes place in the gym during I/E time.  Today’s drivers include Joe Broadwell, Jarrett Tallmadge, Jonathan Lura, Zach Magnuson, Jacob Swart and Savanna Friedt.  Admission to watch the races is $1 and any student not requested by a teacher or a meeting can attend.  All money raised will go towards our Make-A-Wish fundraiser!

AB GBB team has a game here today against N/GS starting at 5:30.  C-Club concessions are Kylie Solwey, Sylvie Pate and Jacob Swart.  Workers for 50/50 are Kaylee Weninger and Mya Mosolf.  Gracie Koenig and Madeline Allmaras are scheduled to do FBLA candy sales at tonight's game. Savanna Friedt and Grace Wolsky have clean up. 

FBLA Members: there is a BAA workday today during I/E in the ITV Room

AB BBB team has a game today at Ellendale starting at 6:00.  Players will be dismissed at 3:00, bus will leave at 3:10.

The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.” Carrington’s National Honors Society has decided to join forces with the Alzheimer’s Association to help fund research, raise support, and spread awareness of dementia. In honor of all those affected by the disease, the Carrington chapter has planned to host a “purple night” during the boys’ basketball game on February 6, 2018. The NHS group will have bake sale and sell “Forget Me Not” paper flowers starting at 5:30 that evening. By bringing awareness to this devastating disease, our community can help in finding a cure to the ongoing pain that Alzheimer’s causes families everywhere.

All speech team members need to register for the Rolette meet by noon today.

The speech team has a meet in Devils Lake on Saturday. The bus leaves at 7:10.

Regional Dual Wrestling is tomorrow at Hillsboro.  Bus will leave at 6:00.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 1, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Kaydence Oatis.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

Today is “I would rather be . . .”!  Students who have dressed up will be asked to report to the gym for a class picture at the end of I/E time today!  Tomorrow is Spirit Day!  This week, all costumes must meet the CHS dress code, but hats can be worn if they align with the day’s theme. 

The Snowball Dodgeball tournament continues today with the Sophomores trying to dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge the Seniors.  Today’s winning team will play in the championship on Friday!  Please dismiss the Sophomores and Seniors at 11:40 AM for lunch today!
The Snowball Dance is on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 9:00 PM until midnight.  Cost of admission is $5 and every student will be required to take a breathalyzer before entering the dance.  This event is considered semi-formal and information on attire has been posted on the bulletin board outside the office.  The doors will be locked at 10:00 PM, so be sure to arrive on time!

Round 3 of the Snowball Mario Kart tournament continues in the gym today during I/E time.  Today’s drivers include Haley Hewitt, Marah Schmitz, Max Beumer, Emma Stans, Spencer Grager, and Austin Trelstad.  Admission to watch the races is $1 and any student not requested by a teacher or a meeting can attend.  All money raised will go towards our Make-A-Wish fundraiser!

7th & 8th BBB team has a game today at Devils Lake starting at 4:30.  Players will be dismissed at 2:40, bus will leave at 2:50.

All juniors will meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE for a short meeting on Friday.

The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.” Carrington’s National Honors Society has decided to join forces with the Alzheimer’s Association to help fund research, raise support, and spread awareness of dementia. In honor of all those affected by the disease, the Carrington chapter has planned to host a “purple night” during the boys’ basketball game on February 6, 2018. The NHS group will have bake sale and sell “Forget Me Not” paper flowers starting at 5:30 that evening. By bringing awareness to this devastating disease, our community can help in finding a cure to the ongoing pain that Alzheimer’s causes families everywhere.

From the library: Congratulations to the newest member of the Million Word Club. Larissa Tallmadge is the first senior to reach her million word goal. She's read some amazing books and encourages everyone to keep reading.

All speech team members need to register for the Rolette meet by noon on Friday.

Parents, community members and businesses are welcome to make donations to help the CHS student body reach their goal!  Donations can be dropped off at the CHS office and will be acknowledged in the daily announcements with permission from the donating person or business.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

January 31, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

FBLA members are at VCSU for a competition.  Bus left at 7:20.

Today is Wacky Hair or Hat Day!  Students who have dressed up will be asked to report to the gym for a class picture at the end of I/E time today!  Tomorrow is “I would rather be . . .”!  This week, all costumes must meet the CHS dress code, but hats can be worn if they align with the day’s theme. 

The Snowball Dodgeball tournament continues today with the 8th graders trying to outclass the Juniors.  Today’s winning team will play in the championship on Friday!  Please dismiss the 8th graders and Juniors at 11:40 AM for lunch today!

The Snowball Dance is on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 9:00 PM until midnight.  Cost of admission is $5 and every student will be required to take a breathalyzer before entering the dance.  This event is considered semi-formal and information on attire has been posted on the bulletin board outside the office.  Students bringing a guest to the Snowball Dance need to let Mr. Nowatzki know by the end of TODAY.

Round 2 of the Snowball Mario Kart tournament continues in the gym today during I/E time.  Today’s drivers include Cassidy Neuman, Jack Paulson, Haley Hewitt, Cody McClean, Grant Barone, and Austin Trelstad.  Admission to watch the races is $1 and any student not requested by a teacher or a meeting can attend.  All money raised will go towards our Make-A-Wish fundraiser!

All juniors will meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE for a short meeting on Friday.

The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.” Carrington’s National Honors Society has decided to join forces with the Alzheimer’s Association to help fund research, raise support, and spread awareness of dementia. In honor of all those affected by the disease, the Carrington chapter has planned to host a “purple night” during the boys’ basketball game on February 6, 2018. The NHS group will have bake sale and sell “Forget Me Not” paper flowers starting at 5:30 that evening. By bringing awareness to this devastating disease, our community can help in finding a cure to the ongoing pain that Alzheimer’s causes families everywhere.

Parents, community members and businesses are welcome to make donations to help the CHS student body reach their goal!  Donations can be dropped off at the CHS office and will be acknowledged in the daily announcements with permission from the donating person or business.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

January 30, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Sasha Yankton.

The soup on the salad bar is chili.

Congratulations to the Cardinaires who took 2nd place in hip hop and Pom and 3rd place in jazz.  

There will be a Close Up meeting for all members today in Mr. Hones room during I/E to turn in Butter braid orders and money

Today is Country vs. Country Club Day!  Students who have dressed up will be asked to report to the gym for a class picture at the end of I/E time today!  Tomorrow is Wacky Hair or Hat Day!  This week, all costumes must meet the CHS dress code, but hats can be worn if they align with the day’s theme. 

Congrats to Laurie Struxness and Jon Lura, voted best dressed for Camouflage Day!  Come to the office to receive your prize!

The Snowball Dodgeball tournament continues today with the Freshmen trying to dismantle the Sophomores.  Today’s winning team will play the Seniors on Thursday!  Please dismiss the Freshmen and Sophomores at 11:40 AM for lunch today!

The Snowball Dance is on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 9:00 PM until midnight.  Cost of admission is $5 and every student will be required to take a breathalyzer before entering the dance.  This event is considered semi-formal and information on attire has been posted on the bulletin board outside the office.  Students bringing a guest to the Snowball Dance need to let Mr. Nowatzki know by the end of Wednesday.

Round 1 of the Snowball Mario Kart tournament will take place in the gym today during I/E time.  Today’s drivers include Trace Beumer, Parker Schiele, Jasmine Hetle, Eli Richter, Kaylee Weninger, and Sean Nichols.  Admission to watch the races is $1 and any student not requested by a teacher or a meeting can attend.  All money raised will go towards our Make-A-Wish fundraiser!

FBLA members attending the VCSU competition tomorrow: bus leaves tomorrow morning at 7:20

The last day to order kuchen from any of the students going to Puerto Rico or Miss Whipple is today.  Flavors include cherry, jolly rancher, strawberry-rhubarb, and original. They are $10.00 each.

There will be a yearbook meeting during I/E today in the Middle School Computer Lab.  See you there!

Parents, community members and businesses are welcome to make donations to help the CHS student body reach their goal!  Donations can be dropped off at the CHS office and will be acknowledged in the daily announcements with permission from the donating person or business.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

January 29, 2018

Happy Birthday yesterday to Carter Larson.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the FFA Agronomy and Livestock Judging Team for placing first at the contest in Napoleon on Saturday.  Madeleine Nichols, Chayla Kuss, Sean Nichols, Adam Gorseth, Tyler Lee and Justin Lee all placed in the top 10.

Period 4 Plus for semester 2 class begins today!  

All students: please plan for a digital citizenship lesson today during I/E.  Please bring a pen or pencil.

Today is Camouflage Day!  Students who have dressed up today will be asked to report to the gym for a class picture at the end of I/E time today!  The classes with the largest percentage of students dressed up will earn the most points towards Snowball Week.  Tomorrow is Country vs. Country Club Day!  This week, all costumes must meet the CHS dress code, but hats can be worn if they align with the day’s theme. 

The Snowball Dodgeball tournament will starts today with the 7th graders taking on the 8th graders.  They will begin shortly after 12:00 PM today in the gym.  Today’s winning team will play the Juniors on Wednesday!

The Snowball Dance is on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 9:00 PM until midnight.  Cost of admission is $5 and every student will be required to take a breathalyzer before entering the dance.  This event is considered semi-formal and more guidance on appropriate dress will be posted on the bulletin board by the end of today.  Students who plan to bring a guest to the Snowball Dance need to let Mr. Nowatzki know by the end of Wednesday.

The Snowball Mario Kart Round Robin tournament begins tomorrow during I/E time in the commons area.  Students who signed up should check the tournament bracket across from the office to see what day they play.  Only students playing in the tournament that day will be allowed in the commons.

7th & 8th BBB team has a game against H/WC today at the elementary school starting at 5:00.

AB GBB team has a game here today against H/WC starting at 6:00.  Ticket takers are Mrs. Edland, Mrs. Skadberg and Mrs. Gauderman.  C-Club concessions are Sadie Magnuson, Lea Mittleider and Beau Retzlaff.  Workers for 50/50 are Kaylee Weninger and Chayla Kuss.  Cody Schlegel and Cedar Anderson are scheduled to do FBLA candy sales at tonight's game. Madeline Allmaras, Kadyn Mehring, and Carmen Entzminger have clean up.  Close Up Concessions for tonights game are Zach Magnuson & Brady Davis.

Close Up Butter braid sales are due tomorrow (Jan.30) - bring orders & money to Close Up meeting during I/E time.

The last day to order kuchen from any of the students going to Puerto Rico or Miss Whipple is Tuesday, January 30.  Flavors include cherry, jolly rancher, strawberry-rhubarb, and original. They are $10.00 each.

There will be a yearbook meeting during I/E on Tuesday in the Middle School Computer Lab.  See you there!

Parents, community members and businesses are welcome to make donations to help the CHS student body reach their goal!  Donations can be dropped off at the CHS office and will be acknowledged in the daily announcements with permission from the donating person or business.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!