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May 21, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the boys track and field team for placing 1st at the South Central Region!

Congratulations to the girls track and field team for placing 2nd at the South Central Region!

Turn in your State track t-shirt order forms in immediately to Mr. Hoeckle!

There will be a XC interest meeting in room 10 during IE today.

Locker clean out is today.  Students in grades 8 through 12 will label and turn in their locks in the following classes:  Senior in Economincs, Juniors in US History,  Sophomores in English 10, Freshmen in Physical Science and 8th Graders in Social Studies.  Student may still keep materials in their lockers until the last day of school.

If you have any materials stored in lockers in the boy’s or girl’s locker rooms, you need to remove it before summer break.  Part of the building project includes renovation of our locker rooms’ windows and ceilings, so all items must be cleared from these rooms.  Thanks for your help!

As we look forward to the final week of school with temps in the 80s, students are reminded of the guidelines for shorts, skirts and dresses.  With arms at your side, shorts should come to the ends of your thumbs and skirts and dresses should come to the bottom of your fingertips.  Thanks for your cooperation!

Region III Baseball Tournament starts today in New Rockford.  Carrington will play Sheyenne/New Rockford at 12:30.  Players will be dismissed at 10:06, bus will leave at 10:15.

All Elementary tutors meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during their Elementary times on Monday to complete their class assignments.

The applications for the Art Whitaker scholarship are due in Mrs. Copenhaver’s office by noon on Monday.

Student Council members who signed up for elementary field day grades 4-6 are excused to the track after lunch today until 2:30.  Students will be returning to their 7th period class at the conclusion of the event.

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again.  Plan to keep your person, locker and vehicle clear of any items or chemicals that could attract the dog during the search.  Thank you for your help to keep our building safe!

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 18, 2018

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Natasha Lesmann.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

There is a health coop meeting in room13 today during IE.  Bring you folder.

There will be a XC interest meeting in room 10 during IE on Monday, May 21st.

Last call for yearbook orders!  All orders must be in by today to ensure a copy has been ordered for you.  We only order the number that have been purchased in advance.

Volleyball camp forms for grades 7-11 can be picked up in Mr Morgan's room.

All SOS Peer Leaders who wish to take part in watching the sun rise from the football field and have some Breakfast after - need to sign up at the office window.  On Thursday May 24th we will Meet at 5:40 a.m. on the football field followed by the FREE Breakfast at the Chieftain.  Final Count deadline is today at Noon.

Student device return will be today.  Students please make sure that you bring with you, your device and all charge/sync cables and cords.  Any items not returned will be deemed as lost and you will be responsible for the cost of replacement of those items.  Also, if you are signed into iCloud or iTunes on your device please sign out of them prior to your scheduled time of return.  Please bring your device and all items to the ITV room at the following times:

Schedule for return: (ITV Room)
12:20 – 12:45   8th Grade
12:45 – 1:05   7th Grade 
1:15 – 1:45  Freshman
1:45 – 2:15  Sophomores
2:15 – 2:45  Juniors
2:45 – 3:15  Seniors

Varsity track has regional track meet this Saturday at Bismarck and the 1st bus leaves at 7:00 and the 2nd bus leaves at 8:00.

There will be a varsity track meeting on Monday, May 21st right after school in the gym.

There will be NO track practice today after school.

From the library: Congratulations to Emma Wolsky who has reached her Million Word goal! The library will be closed next week for inventory. It will be open before and after school for student use. Teachers can still schedule classes in the library for computer use. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 17, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

The boys golf team has a meet today at Mayville starting at 10:00.  Bus left at 7:30.

Last call for yearbook orders!  All orders must be in by Friday, May 18th to ensure a copy has been ordered for you.  We only order the number that have been purchased in advance.

There will be a yearbook meeting in the middle school computer lab during I/E today.  Please make arrangements to be there. There are many, many pages to complete.

Volleyball camp forms for grades 7-11 can be picked up in Mr Morgan's room.

All SOS Peer Leaders who wish to take part in watching the sun rise from the football field and have some Breakfast after - need to sign up at the office window.

On Thursday May 24th we will Meet at 5:40 a.m. on the football field followed by the FREE Breakfast at the Chieftain.  Final Count deadline is Friday the 18th at Noon.

Student device return will be on Friday May 18th.  Students please make sure that you bring with you, your device and all charge/sync cables and cords.  Any items not returned will be deemed as lost and you will be responsible for the cost of replacement of those items.  Also, if you are signed into iCloud or iTunes on your device please sign out of them prior to your scheduled time of return.  Please bring your device and all items to the ITV room at the following times:

Schedule for return: (ITV Room)
12:20 – 12:45   8th Grade
12:45 – 1:05   7th Grade 
1:15 – 1:45  Freshman
1:45 – 2:15  Sophomores
2:15 – 2:45  Juniors
2:45 – 3:15  Seniors

There will be an interest meeting for any student planning on going on the trip to France in June 2020 on tonight at 6:30 P.M. in Mrs. Hewitt's room.  Students and their parents are encouraged to attend.  To participate in the trip, you will need to have had at least one year of French by the end of the 2019-2020 school year.  

Applied Math partners with Pepsi to promote recycling. They send us reward gift cards during the year. This week's recycling activities have prizes paid for from the gift cards. An activity that starts today is to look around the school and find cleaned-up small plastic bottles with colored paper messages in them. When you find one, follow the message directions which will get you entered into the drawing for prizes on Friday.

From the library: More reading goals are being met! Congratulations to Larissa Tallmadge who reached her 2 Million Word goal and to Kambree Kvamme who is now at 1 Million words. Wonderful!

Reminder: All library materials were due yesterday. Please check your lockers and classrooms for items that still need to be returned. 

The Spring District Newsletter is available on our website.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 16, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Emma Hone.

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

FBLA will be selling candy today at lunch for $1.00.

There will be an FFA meeting in the ag. classroom during I/E today.

Middle School Honors Day will begin in the gym at 2:20.

Last call for yearbook orders!  All orders must be in by Friday, May 18th to ensure a copy has been ordered for you.  We only order the number that have been purchased in advance.

There will be a yearbook meeting in the middle school computer lab during I/E on Thursday.  Please make arrangements to be there. There are many, many pages to complete.

From the library: Congratulations to our newest Million Word Readers! Kiera Eli and Maddie Roller have joined the club! Way to read!

Reminder: All library materials are due today.

Volleyball camp forms for grades 7-11 can be picked up in Mr Morgan's room.

All SOS Peer Leaders who wish to take part in watching the sun rise from the football field and have some Breakfast after - need to sign up at the office window.

On Thursday May 24th we will Meet at 5:40 a.m. on the football field followed by the FREE Breakfast at the Chieftain.  Final Count deadline is Friday the 18th at Noon.

There will be an interest meeting for any student planning on going on the trip to France in June 2020 on Thursday this week at 6:30 P.M. in Mrs. Hewitt's room.  Students and their parents are encouraged to attend.  To participate in the trip, you will need to have had at least one year of French by the end of the 2019-2020 school year.  

Applied Math partners with Pepsi to promote recycling. They send us reward gift cards during the year. This week's recycling activities have prizes paid for from the gift cards. An activity that starts today is to look around the school and find cleaned-up small plastic bottles with colored paper messages in them. When you find one, follow the message directions which will get you entered into the drawing for prizes on Friday.

All library materials are due on Wednesday.

The Spring District Newsletter is available on our website.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 15, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

Congratulations to the girls golf team on taking 3rd in the region and qualifying for the state meet and congratulations to Harlee Erickson and Kenzie Edland for qualifying individually.

Boys golf team has a meet here in Carrington today starting at 10:00.

The baseball team has a game here against Thompson starting at 4:00.

Mentors and the 7th grade will meet today during IE for a quick evaluation form completion.

Junior High/JV golfers should ride the bus out to the course after school today to turn in equipment and take a team picture.

FBLA will be selling candy tomorrow at lunch for $1.00.

Volleyball camp forms for grades 7-11 can be picked up in Mr Morgan's room.

All SOS Peer Leaders who wish to take part in watching the sun rise from the football field and have some Breakfast after - need to sign up at the office window.

On Thursday May 24th we will Meet at 5:40 a.m. on the football field followed by the FREE Breakfast at the Chieftain.  Final Count deadline is Friday the 18th at Noon.

There will be an interest meeting for any student planning on going on the trip to France in June 2020 on Thursday this week at 6:30 P.M. in Mrs. Hewitt's room.  Students and their parents are encouraged to attend.  To participate in the trip, you will need to have had at least one year of French by the end of the 2019-2020 school year.  

From the library: Congratulations to our readers who continue to reach new goals! Bella Garr has reached 7 Million words read and Kaley Kostelnik has now reach 2 Million. Well done!

Applied Math partners with Pepsi to promote recycling. They send us reward gift cards during the year. This week's recycling activities have prizes paid for from the gift cards. An activity that starts today is to look around the school and find cleaned-up small plastic bottles with colored paper messages in them. When you find one, follow the message directions which will get you entered into the drawing for prizes on Friday.

All library materials are due on Wednesday.

The Spring District Newsletter is available on our website.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 14, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Mya Schiele.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Due to the AP Biology exam, Mr. Boehmer's classes during periods 1 - 4 will be held in room 14 today.

There will be an FFA officer meeting in the ag classroom  during lunch today.

The girls golf team has regional golf today at Crossroads golf course. The golfers will meet at the course at 8:30 and competition starts at 10:00.

Varsity track team has a meet today at Devils Lake starting at 3:30.  Students will be dismissed at 1:20, bus will leave at 1:30.

The baseball team has a game today at Tolna starting at 4:30.  Players will be dismissed at 2:20, bus will leave at 2:30.

Mentors and the 7th grade will meet on Tuesday, May 15th during IE for a quick evaluation form completion.

Volleyball camp forms for grades 7-11 can be picked up in Mr Morgan's room.

All SOS Peer Leaders who wish to take part in watching the sun rise from the football field and have some Breakfast after - need to sign up at the office window.

On Thursday May 24th we will Meet at 5:40 a.m. on the football field followed by the FREE Breakfast at the Chieftain.  Final Count deadline is Friday the 18th  at Noon.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 11, 2018

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Jonathan Lura.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

Congratulations to Eli Richter for taking 4th place individually at the golf meet in Casselton yesterday.

Today is the last day of Teacher Appreciation Week!  News broadcaster Tom Brokaw once said, “It's easy to make a buck. It's a lot tougher to make a difference.”  Thank you CHS teachers for the difference you make every day! 

The baseball team has a game today at Minot starting at 1:00.  Players will be dismissed at 8:50, bus will leave at 9:00.

JH track team has a meet today at Ellendale starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 12:45, bus will leave at 12:55.

Varsity track team has a meet tomorrow at Fessenden starting at 11:00.  Bus will leave at 9:00.

Any sophomore or junior that wants to be considered to be a mentor for the next school year, please stop in Mrs. Copenhaver's office and sign up.

Volleyball camp forms for grades 7-11 can be picked up in Mr Morgan's room.

Students: If you like to draw, then Applied Math's school wide poster competition could be for you! This year's theme is recycling. Get the poster paper and specific requirements from Mrs Boehmer in room 2. The top three artists receive Amazon or Cenex gift cards. Poster entries must be turned in by 3:15 today. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 10, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Miss Whipple.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week!  Make your teachers happy today by raising your hand and letting them know how great they are!  Clifford Stoll said, “If you really want to know about the future, don't ask a technologist, a scientist, or a physicist. No! Don't ask somebody who's writing code. No, if you want to know what society's going to be like in 20 years, ask a kindergarten teacher.”  Well said, Mr. Stoll, well said! 

Boys golf team has a meet today at Casselton starting at 10:00.  Bus left at 7:00.

Seniors - you will be taking the senior exit survey in the commons area today during I/E time.  After checking into your I/E classroom, please bring your charged computer to the commons area.  Thanks!

High School Spring Concert is tonight at 7:00.

Students planning on taking Sociology 110 this summer need to hand in forms to Miss Michaelson by today.

Students: If you like to draw, then Applied Math's school wide poster competition could be for you! This year's theme is recycling. Get the poster paper and specific requirements from Mrs Boehmer in room 2. The top three artists receive Amazon or Cenex gift cards. Poster entries must be turned in by 3:15 on Friday May 11th. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 9, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Kaleb Alinder.

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

The library is closed first period today for testing.

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week!  Our quote today comes from Donald D. Quinn, who said “If a doctor, lawyer, or dentist had 20 people in his office at one time, all of whom had different needs, and some of whom didn't want to be there and were causing trouble, and the doctor, lawyer, or dentist, without assistance, had to treat them all with professional excellence for nine months, then he might have some conception of a  classroom teacher's job.”
Girls home golf meet today starting at 10am.

FBLA is selling candy today at lunch.

Students planning on taking Sociology 110 this summer need to hand in forms to Miss Michaelson by Thursday, May 10.

Students: If you like to draw, then Applied Math's school wide poster competition could be for you! This year's theme is recycling. Get the poster paper and specific requirements from Mrs Boehmer in room 2. The top three artists receive Amazon or Cenex gift cards. Poster entries must be turned in by 3:15 on Friday May 11th. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 8, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chili.

Today is Teacher Appreciation Day!  Give your favorite teacher a hug, handshake, or high-five today!  A funny teacher once exclaimed, “I am a teacher. The only profession where you steal things from home and bring them to work.”

Great job to all of the state music performers from Saturday, and congratulations to all the performers who received stars on their performances. 
Alayna Martinez on her clarinet solo
Keiley Slorby on her vocal solo
Addison Hoorneart, McKenzie Johnson, and Sadie Magnuson on their trumpet trio
Caedon Pederson on his vocal solo
Caedon Pederson on his baritone solo
Madison Solwey on her tenor saxophone solo
Caedon Pederson & Sadie Magnuson on their baritone duet
Madison Richter, Natasha Lesmann, Auna Kubal, & Kenzie Edland on their flute quartet

The boys golf team has a meet here today starting at 10:00.

There will be a yearbook meeting during I/E today in the middle school computer lab.  We will also be meeting after school in Miss Whipple's room.

School Board meeting is today at 4:00.

The baseball team has a game today at Steele starting at 4:30.  Players will be dismissed at 2:00, bus will leave at 2:10.

Everyone is invited to attend the Arts Expo tonight! The Expo is the premiere showcase of visual and performing arts by CHS students. Student artists and performers must be here by 6:30 to be available to visit with community members. The performances will begin at 7:00. Dessert will be provided, and there will be a free will offering collection to help defray expenses.  Students attending Arts Expo are reminded of the expectations for dress outlined in the Spring Events Dress Code letter that was mailed this past January.  A copy of the letter is posted on the bulletin board outside the office for your review.  Thanks for your cooperation.

Student Council members – if you still have a Pizza Corner order form and money, it must be turned in today!  Thank you!

Students planning on taking Sociology 110 this summer need to hand in forms to Miss Michaelson by Thursday, May 10.

Students: If you like to draw, then Applied Math's school wide poster competition could be for you! This year's theme is recycling. Get the poster paper and specific requirements from Mrs Boehmer in room 2. The top three artists receive Amazon or Cenex gift cards. Poster entries must be turned in by 3:15 on Friday May 11th. 

Girls home golf meet on Wednesday, May 9th at 10am. Please arrive at crossroads golf course at 8:30.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 7, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

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

There is an FBLA all-member meeting today during I/E in the ITV Room.

The CHS Student Council Pizza Corner order forms and money are due today.  All members should stop by the office whether or not they sold pizza and let Mr. Nowatzki know!

The girls golf team has a meet today at the Fargo Country Club that starts at 9am. Bus left at 6:15am.

Varsity track team has a meet today at Devils Lake starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 1:50, bus will leave at 2:00.

The baseball team has a game here today against Sheyenne/New Rockford starting at 4:30.

Students planning on taking Sociology 110 this summer need to hand in forms to Miss Michaelson by Thursday, May 10.

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week!  Let your teachers know what they mean to you!  Alexander the Great said, “I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well.”

From the library: Congratulations to Ella Nowatzki, who reached the 3 Million Word reading goal. Ella is the 4th CHS student to reach this high level of reading success.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 4, 2018

Congratulations to both the boys and girls track and field teams for finishing 2nd at the meet in Jamestown yesterday!

Congratulations to the following students for qualifying for the state track meet:
                Payton Smith in the 1600
                Amanda Jarrett in the 800
                Amanda Jarrett, Haley Hewitt, Addison Hoornaert, and Emerson Hoornaert in the 1600 relay
                Marah Schmitz, Amanda Jarrett, Addison Hoornaert and Emerson Hoornaert in the 3200 Relay

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Ally Messner.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

Boys golf team has a meet today at Enderlin starting at 10:00.  Bus left at 7:15.

Girls golf team has a meet today at Casselton starting at 10:00.  Bus left at 7:15.

JH track team has a meet today at Oakes starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 1:05, bus will leave at 1:15.

The baseball team has a game today at Munich starting at 4:30.  Players will be dismissed at 1:45, bus will leave at 1:55.

Miss North Dakota will be presenting here today at 1:07 in the gym.

For the students leaving to go to state music today, the bus will leave after school around 3:30. Please make sure that you have your instruments and music along with you before we leave. 

The CHS Student Council is selling Pizza Corner pizza until Monday, May 7.  Stock up for summertime and order your pizza from a StuCo member today!
From the library: Congratulations to Jacob Rexin, who has reached his 5 Million Word goal. Excellent reading, Jacob!

The varsity track team has a meet tomorrow at Shiloh starting at 10:00.  Bus will leave at 7:00.

The baseball team has a game here tomorrow against Velva starting at noon. 

The girls golf team has a meet on Monday, May 7th at the Fargo Country Club that starts at 9am. Bus leaves at 6:15am.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 3, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

Varsity track team has a meet today at Jamestown starting at 1:00.  Students will be dismissed at 11:10 to eat and bus will leave at 11:30.

There will be yearbook meetings during I/E today and after school in the Middle School Computer Lab.  See you there.

Carrington High School strives to be a respectful neighbor to the nearby businesses and residents.  Please do NOT park in the parking lot of the Chieftain Conference Center and other neighboring businesses.  They support our school and our community, and they deserve our respect.  Thanks for your cooperation!

The CHS Student Council is selling Pizza Corner pizza until Monday, May 7.  Stock up for summertime and order your pizza from a StuCo member today!

From the library: Congratulations to Jonathan Murphy, who is the newest member of the Million Word Club. We now have 41 members! We encourage all students to continue reading and to reach new goals in these last few weeks for school. 

The middle school reading club will meet during I/E today. Please bring your novels and a discussion question.

School will start at 8:15 and will dismiss at 3:30 Monday – Thursday this week.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 2, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

FFA members planning to attend State Convention need to turn in their permission form and $135 registration fee to Mrs. Hansen today.

Boys golf team has a meet today at Rose Creek starting at 10:00.  Bus left at 6:45.

FBLA will be selling candy today during lunch. 

There will be a meeting today in the commons area during I/E time for all 8th graders who had an art class 3rd quarter.

Carrington High School strives to be a respectful neighbor to the nearby businesses and residents.  Please do NOT park in the parking lot of the Chieftain Conference Center and other neighboring businesses.  They support our school and our community, and they deserve our respect.  Thanks for your cooperation!

The CHS Student Council is selling Pizza Corner pizza until Monday, May 7.  Stock up for summertime and order your pizza from a StuCo member today!

From the library: We have another Million Word Reader! Travis Scanson is now a member of the Million Word club! Reminder from the library: Many books are overdue or due this week. Please renew now to avoid late fines.

School will start at 8:15 and will dismiss at 3:30 Monday – Thursday this week.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

May 1, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

There is a meeting today in the commons area during I/E time for anyone who played football last fall, anyone who is interested in playing football next fall, also the stats and camera people from last fall.

There is a baseball game here today against Medina starting at 4:00.  Players will be dismissed at 2:50. 

Boys golf team has a meet today at Oxbow starting at 9:30.  Bus left at 6:30.

Girls golf team has a meet today at Leonard starting at 10:00. Bus left at 7:00.

There is an FBLA officer meeting today during I/E in the ITV Room. 

The Honors Night program is scheduled for tonight at 7:00 PM in the high school gym.  Students attending Honors Night tonight are reminded of the expectations outlined in the Spring Events Dress Code letter that was mailed this past January.  A copy of the letter is posted on the bulletin board outside the office for your review.  Students attending Honors Night are expected to pay attention to the speakers at the podium and not be accessing their cell phones during the event.  Thanks for your cooperation.

FFA members planning to attend State Convention need to turn in their permission form and $135 registration fee to Mrs. Hansen by tomorrow.

Juniors and seniors interested in taking Sociology 110 course this summer need to pick up the registration forms from Miss Michaelson by today.

The CHS Student Council is selling Pizza Corner pizzas!  Order your summer supply from a Student Council member before Monday, May 7!
From the library: As Reading Month comes to a close, we have two more Million Word readers to celebrate! Carter Larson and Lea Mittleider have just reached their reading goal. We hope others will strive to meet their goals by the end of the school year.

School will start at 8:15 and will dismiss at 3:30 Monday – Thursday this week.

Please excuse the following students to the gym to set up for Honors Night:  Emerson Hoornaert, Hayden Schmitz, Zach Johnson, Halle Lipetzky, Bailee Finch, Hannah Bichler, Taryn Hoeckle, Tessa Page, Lea Mittleider, Cedar Anderson, Haley Hewitt, Carmen Entzminger, Kadyn Mehring, Garrett Bickett

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 30, 2018

Happy Birthday yesterday to Madison Richter.
Happy Birthday today to Morgan Marlow and Miss Page.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the speech team on their 6th place finish at the state meet on Saturday. Finalists were Savanna Friedt 3rd in radio, Mason Rose 5th in humorous, Caedon Pederson 6th in dramatic, Kaylee Weninger 7th in impromptu, Savanna Friedt and Caedon Pederson 7th in humorous duo, Laurie Struxness 7th in entertain, and Destiny Stedman 8th in inform and extemp speaking. Mason Rose was also award Superior Speaker in Serious. Five CHS speech team members were named to the All State Team: Savanna Friedt, Caedon Pederson, Mason Rose, Destiny Stedman, Laurie Struxness and Kaylee Weninger.

Today, the Mentors and 7th graders will be taking their pictures for the hallway banner together. It will be during 1st hour in the gym.

Seniors: The Garden Scholarship Application is due today. It can be dropped off in Mrs. Copenhaver’s office.

Students for Know Your State contest in Bismarck left this morning at 6:30 am.

JH track team has a meet today at Velva starting at 3:30.  Students will be dismissed at 1:30.

Please dismiss the North Dakota Studies students at 8:30 this morning for their field trip to Cooperstown- they will return for 5th Period

FFA members planning to attend State Convention need to turn in their permission form and $135 registration fee to Mrs. Hansen by Wednesday, May 2nd. 

Juniors and seniors interested in taking Sociology 110 course this summer need to pick up the registration forms from Miss Michaelson by Tuesday, May 1.

From the library: Congratulations to Reese Neis, who is the newest member of the Million Word Club. Reese, and all the members of the club, are invited to a celebration luncheon on Wednesday. Please let Mrs. Irion or Mrs. Seil know today if you will be able to attend.

The CHS Student Council is selling Pizza Corner pizzas!  Order your summer supply from a Student Council member before Monday, May 7!
School will start at 8:15 and will dismiss at 3:30 Monday – Thursday this week.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 27, 2018

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Parker Schiele.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

The baseball team has games today at New Rockford.  Carrington will play Dakota Prairie at 10:00, Medina at 4:00 and New Rockford/Sheyenne at 6:00.  Bus will leave at 8:40

Boys golf team has a meet today at Central Cass starting at 10:00.  Bus left at 7:15.

JH track team has a meet today at Fessenden starting at 3:30.  Students will be dismissed at 1:50, bus will leave at 2:00.

Good luck to the speech team members who are attending the state speech meet on Saturday. Students will dismiss today after I/E and the bus will leave at 1:45.

Varsity track team has a meet tomorrow at Rugby starting at noon.  Bus will leave at 9:30.

On Monday, April 30th, the Mentors and 7th graders will be taking their pictures for the hallway banner together. It will be during 1st hour in the gym. You are asked to wear Cardinal gear as “Cardinal Pride” will be the theme.

Students for Know Your State contest in Bismarck will leave Monday morning at 6:30 am.

Juniors and seniors interested in taking Sociology 110 course this summer need to pick up the registration forms from Miss Michaelson by Tuesday, May 1.

School will start on Monday, April 30 through Thursday, May 3 at 8:15 and will dismiss at 3:30.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!




April 26, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

There is a FBLA all member meeting today during I/E in the ITV Room.

Good luck to the speech team members who are attending the state speech meet on Saturday. Students will dismiss on Friday after I/E and the bus will leave at 1:45.

On Monday, April 30th, the Mentors and 7th graders will be taking their pictures for the hallway banner together. It will be during 1st hour in the gym. You are asked to wear Cardinal gear as “Cardinal Pride” will be the theme.

Juniors and seniors interested in taking Sociology 110 course this summer need to pick up the registration forms from Miss Michaelson by Tuesday, May 1.

From the library: Congratulations to the winners of the bookmark contest. The bookmarks created by Austin Hendrickson and Bella Garr are the winning entries. Copies of their bookmarks will be the features bookmarks in May. Thanks to all the entries for participating.

The school will make up the 2 hours late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 25, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Thank you to everyone that donated blood yesterday!  28 people were able to donate and 33 units of blood were collected.  A special thanks to those that donated for the first time!!

This week is Administrative Assistant’s Week and today is Administrative Assistant’s Day.  Happy Administrative Assistant’s Day to Sheryl and Kim!  Thank you for everything that you do for the students and staff of CHS!

There is a CHS Student Council meeting in the commons area during I/E time today.  Any 8th Graders interested in joining Student Council next year are encouraged to come to this meeting!

On Monday, April 30th, the Mentors and 7th graders will be taking their pictures for the hallway banner together. It will be during 1st hour in the gym. You are asked to wear Cardinal gear as “Cardinal Pride” will be the theme.

Juniors and seniors interested in taking Sociology 110 course this summer need to pick up the registration forms from Miss Michaelson by Tuesday, May 1.

From the library: More congratulations are in order! Kudos to Beth Lee, who is the 9th person to read the goal of reading more than 2 million words, and to Aiden Aberle, who is the 33rd student to read more than a million words! Also, one last reminder to vote for your favorite bookmarks today as the winner will be announced tomorrow.

The school will make up the 2 hours late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

There is a FBLA all member meeting today during I/E in the ITV Room.

Good luck to the speech team members who are attending the state speech meet on Saturday. Students will dismiss on Friday after I/E and the bus will leave at 1:45.

On Monday, April 30th, the Mentors and 7th graders will be taking their pictures for the hallway banner together. It will be during 1st hour in the gym. You are asked to wear Cardinal gear as “Cardinal Pride” will be the theme.

Juniors and seniors interested in taking Sociology 110 course this summer need to pick up the registration forms from Miss Michaelson by Tuesday, May 1.

From the library: Congratulations to the winners of the bookmark contest. The bookmarks created by Austin Hendrickson and Bella Garr are the winning entries. Copies of their bookmarks will be the features bookmarks in May. Thanks to all the entries for participating.

The school will make up the 2 hours late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 24, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Zachary Magnuson and Abbie Stedman.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to Adam Gorseth for being elected Vice President of the North Dakota National Honor Society Chapter!   Great job Adam.

The baseball team has a game today at New Rockford.  Players will be dismissed at 2:35, bus will leave at 2:45.

The track team has a meet today at Rugby starting at 3:30.  Students will be dismissed at 12:50, bus will leave at 1:00

Any Student Council member interested in selling hat passes today at lunch.  StuCo points earned will count toward net year!

Today is the day!  The FFA is hosting a blood drive in the gym from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM.  If you didn't get a chance to sign up, you can still donate.  Stop in the gym to find an open time.  All donors are reminded to bring their parent permission form if they are 16 and a form of ID at their schedule time.  

There will be an FFA meeting during I/E today in the Agricultural Education classroom.

Any student in grades 9 - 11 who has NOT yet voted for next year's Student Council officers can vote at the office right NOW.

The school will make up the 2 hours late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 20, 2018

April 20, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Maci Haman and Travis Scanson.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

There is a FBLA officer meeting today during I/E in the ITV Room. 

The NHS members attending the spring conference in Bismarck will depart at 12:45PM on Sunday, April 22 and return home on Monday.

Have you ever thought about helping save a life?  On Tuesday, April 24th, you can have your chance.  The FFA is hosting a blood drive and has 19 appointments left to fill.  Approximately 36,000 units of red blood cells are needed each day in the United States.  Want to help fill this important need?  Talk to Chayla Kuss, Abby Guthmiller or Beth Lee to sign up today!

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again.  Plan to keep your person, locker and vehicle clear of any items or chemicals that could attract the dog during the search.  Thank you for your help to keep our building safe!
The Junior/Senior Banquet is tonight at 7:00 PM in the commons area and the Prom is Saturday night, with Grand March at 8:00 PM and the dance starting at 9:00 PM.  Students attending the Banquet and Prom are reminded of the expectations outlined in the Spring Events Dress Code letter that was mailed this past January.  A copy of the letter is posted on the bulletin board outside the office for your review.  Thanks for your cooperation.  

Attention Sophomore Banquet Servers:
Thank you for your willingness to assist with serving and clean up at the Junior Senior Banquet this evening! Brenda Gorseth has asked that you arrive no later than 6:30 so that she can give you direction on what your duties will entail. Also, she has requested that you wear black pants and a white shirt (shirt can be t-shirt material, but should be plain if possible). Those who are on the list as servers are: Marah Schmitz, Addison Hoornaert, Cassidy Neuman, Bella Hone and Alayna Martinez. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Foth at april.foth@k12.nd.us 
The bus to Fargo for state science olympiad leaves at 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning.  If you have projects to load, be there earlier.  

The school will make up the 2 hours late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

Congratulations to the girls track team for finishing 4th and the boys track team for finishing 2nd at the meet in Hazen yesterday. 

Congratulations to Payton Smith for qualifying for the State Track meet in the 3200.

There will be a brief March rehearsal at 1:27 PM in the gym for students that are attending the Prom this Saturday.  Students will be dismissed with an announcement from the office.

Attention Juniors – Mrs. Foth needs to know how many of you are able to help with Prom tear down on Sunday at 2:00 PM.  Please check your email for a message from her and respond by 1:00 PM.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 19, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

The track team has a meet today at Hazen starting at 1:00.  Students will be dismissed at 9:20, bus will leave at 9:30.

The NHS members attending the spring conference in Bismarck will depart at 12:45PM on Sunday, April 22 and return home on Monday.

The Middle School Reading Club will meet today during I/E to finish the discussion of Girl, Stolen. Come and enjoy the discussion.

A reminder from the library: We are still accepting submissions for our Create a Bookmark contest. Please submit your entries by 8:30 this morning.

Have you ever thought about helping save a life?  On Tuesday, April 24th, you can have your chance.  The FFA is hosting a blood drive and has 19 appointments left to fill.  Approximately 36,000 units of red blood cells are needed each day in the United States.  Want to help fill this important need?  Talk to Chayla Kuss, Abby Guthmiller or Beth Lee to sign up today!

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again.  Plan to keep your person, locker and vehicle clear of any items or chemicals that could attract the dog during the search.  Thank you for your help to keep our building safe!
It's congratulation time once again in the library because Haley Wolsky has joined the Million Word club! Well done, Haley!

Attention Sophomore Banquet Servers:
Thank you for your willingness to assist with serving and clean up at the Junior Senior Banquet tomorrow evening! Brenda Gorseth has asked that you arrive no later than 6:30 so that she can give you direction on what your duties will entail. Also, she has requested that you wear black pants and a white shirt (shirt can be t-shirt material, but should be plain if possible). Those who are on the list as servers are: Marah Schmitz, Addison Hoornaert, Cassidy Neuman, Bella Hone and Alayna Martinez. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Foth at april.foth@k12.nd.us 
Attention Juniors:
The plan for tonight is to work to complete a number of finishing details for the prom set up. If you are able to help out, please do so. Extra hands will help things get finished more quickly. We would love to see you there to help complete the look!

The school will make up the 2 hours late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 18, 2018

Happy Birthday today to McCoy Beckley.

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congrats to the team of Zach Johnson, Adam Gorseth, Bella Hone and Kenzie Edland for taking first place among Class B schools in the team test competition at the Jamestown College math meet. 

Congrats to McKayla Scanson for taking 3rd place in the Class B 11-12 grade individual test and

Addison Hoornaert and Cassidy Neuman who were the highest Carrington placers in the 9-10 grade individual test.

Results from state FCCLA. Kaylee Weninger and Destiny Stedman received a bronze in their chapter service project display event. Destiny Stedman also received a gold in her job interview project and qualified for nationals.

There will be an FBLA all member meeting for the first ten minutes of I/E time today in the ITV room. The remaining time will be for students attending Nationals. 

The assignments for Elementary Tutors are due in Mrs. Copenhaver’s office today.

There will be a yearbook meeting after school today.  If you are unable to make it, please make arrangements to work during I/E or before school.  

At the beginning of I/E today, all students will complete a brief survey on I/E.

From the library: Congratulations to Kennedy Wendel and Kirra Kvamme on reaching new reading goals. Kennedy has read 2 Million words and Kirra has read 3 Million. 

The Middle School Reading Club will meet on Thursday during I/E to finish the discussion of Girl, Stolen. Come and enjoy the discussion.

A reminder from the library: We are still accepting submissions for our Create a Bookmark contest. Please submit your entries by 8:30 Thursday morning.

The school will make up the 2 hours late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 17, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Maddy Nichols.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

Students and staff who need to access the locker rooms this week will need to stay off the gym floor this week and avoid all prom decoration materials.  When walking through the gym, stay on the red borders at the edge of the gym floor.  Thank you for your cooperation!

Any juniors interested in helping with prom set up, you are welcome to help any night this week after school. We will plan to be working from 3:30-9:00. Some nights may be a little earlier some a little later, depending on progress. We will not work past 10pm any night. Anyone interested in assisting with construction should try to help tonight as construction has been underway and much of it will be wrapping up by end of night tonight. Let Madeline Allmaras know if you are planning to come help any of the nights so we have an idea of how many students to expect. Thanks!

The assignments for Elementary Tutors are due in Mrs. Copenhaver’s office by Wednesday, April 18th.

There will be a yearbook meeting after school on Wednesday.  If you are unable to make it, please make arrangements to work during I/E or before school.  

Reminder to seniors:  Your information sheet for the Foster County Independent is due in the office today.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 16, 2018

Happy Birthday yesterday to Jasmine Hetle.
Happy Birthday today to Aiden Aberle and Hudson Schmitz.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the speech team on winning the regional tournament on Saturday. The team won 12 of the 14 events, and 100% of CHS entries were finalists and earned awards. State qualifiers are Caedon Pederson in dramatic, Bella Garr and Janice Overby in EPR, Destiny Stedman in Extemp Speaking, Savanna Friedt and Caedon Pederson in humorous duo, Mason Rose in humorous and serious, Kaylee Weninger in impromptu, Laurie Struxness in poetry and entertain, Savanna Friedt in radio, Kaylee Weninger and Destiny Stedman in inform, and Bella Garr and Ella Nowatzki in persuade. See the announcements online for a complete list of awards.

Regional Speech awards:
Dramatic: Caedon Pederson 1st, Lexi McClean 5th, Macee McClean 6th
EPR: Bella Garr 1st, Janice Overby 2nd
Extemp Speaking: Destiny Stedman 1st, Jacob Page 3rd
Humorous Duo: Savanna Friedt/Caedon Pederson 1st, Carter Larosn/Jake Page 4th, Carrie Hovdenes/Janice Overby 8th
Humorous: Mason Rose 1st, Carter Larson 5th, Carrie Hovdenes 8th
Impromptu Speaking: Kaylee Weninger 1st
Poetry: Laurie Struxness 1st, Rori Ricter 4th, Lexi McClean 7th
Radio Broadcasting: 1st Savanna Friedt, 3rd Jessalyn Thomas
Serious Duo: Ella Nowatzki/Rori Ricter 4th
Serious: Mason Rose 1st, Macee McClean 7th
Entertain: Laurie Struxness 1st
Inform: Kaylee Weninger 1st,  Destiny Stedman 2nd, Jessalyn Thomas 3rd
Persuade: Bella Garr 1st, Ella Nowatzki 2nd

Students and staff who need to access the locker rooms this week will need to stay off the gym floor this week and avoid all prom decoration materials.  When walking through the gym, stay on the red borders at the edge of the gym floor.  Thank you for your cooperation!

The following students should report to MS 5 Computer Lab during period 2 today to finish their NDSA test: Morgan Bonderson, Carmen Entzminger, Addison Hoornaert, Natasha Lesmann, Alayna Martinez, Madison Richter, Marah Schmitz, Laurie Struxness, Grace Wolsky and Autumn Munson.

Any juniors interested in helping with prom set up, you are welcome to help any night this week after school. We will plan to be working from 3:30-9:00. Some nights may be a little earlier some a little later, depending on progress. We will not work past 10pm any night. Anyone interested in assisting with construction should try to help tonight as construction has been underway and much of it will be wrapping up by end of night tonight. Let Madeline Allmaras know if you are planning to come help any of the nights so we have an idea of how many students to expect. Thanks!

There will be a yearbook meeting in the middle school computer lab during I/E today.  See you there!

The library will be closed periods 2, 3, and 4 for testing today. Please do not print to the ITV room or the library during this time.

The assignments for Elementary Tutors are due in Mrs. Copenhaver’s office by Wednesday, April 18th.

The bus for the math meet tomorrow will leave at 8:15 in front of the school.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 13, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Wayne Shipman.
Happy Birthday tomorrow to Maddy Roller.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

Great job to all the students who participated in the small group music festival yesterday in Valley City. Over half of our entries received a star rating and are heading to the state music festival in Bismarck on May 5. Congratulations!

The middle school Student Council has posted riddles on the bulletin boards by the ITV room and Mrs. Copenhaver’s office.  If you get guess the riddles correctly, tell Bella Garr, Dawsyn Anderson or Ella Nowatzki and you will get a prize!

Student Council members – at the meeting last Wednesday, members nominated classmates to be StuCo officers for the 2018-2019 school year.  If you would still like to nominate a classmate for the upcoming election, please see Mr. Nowatzki by the end of today.

Reminder for Seniors:  Make sure to get any group photos you want to see in the Junior/Senior Banquet slide show to Savanna Friedt no later than this Friday. Photos should be of groups of Seniors, big groups or small groups, and can be old or new as long as they are not just one person. Please remind your parents also to get pictures they wish to have included in the slide show to Savanna by today as well. Photos can be submitted by flash drive or email to savanna.friedt@k12.nd.us. If you have any questions please talk to Savanna! Thank you!

School is dismissed at 1:30 today for Professional Development.  We will use the 1:30 dismissal schedule on page 12 of the student planner.

From the library: We are excited to welcome another reader into the Million Word Club. Evan Cates has reached this level of success. Congratulations, Evan!

Good luck to the speech team as they attend regionals tomorrow in Cooperstown. The bus will leave at 7:30. The speech team has Parents Night tonight, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Commons.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 12, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Tanner Guthmiller.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

Congratulations to Emerson Hoornaert and Garret Bickett for being named to the Lions All Star basketball teams. 

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

The library will be closed today during periods 2,3,6, and 7. Please do not print to the library or ITV room during these periods.

The reading club will meet today during I/E in the ITV room. We will be discussing the book Girl Stolen. Come and join in the discussion!

The middle school Student Council has posted riddles on the bulletin boards by the ITV room and Mrs. Copenhaver’s office.  If you get guess the riddles correctly, tell Bella Garr, Dawsyn Anderson or Ella Nowatzki and you will get a prize!

Student Council members – at the meeting last Wednesday, members nominated classmates to be StuCo officers for the 2018-2019 school year.  If you would still like to nominate a classmate for the upcoming election, please see Mr. Nowatzki by the end of Friday, April 13.

Reminder for Seniors:  Make sure to get any group photos you want to see in the Junior/Senior Banquet slide show to Savanna Friedt no later than this Friday. Photos should be of groups of Seniors, big groups or small groups, and can be old or new as long as they are not just one person. Please remind your parents also to get pictures they wish to have included in the slide show to Savanna by this Friday as well. Photos can be submitted by flash drive or email to savanna.friedt@k12.nd.us. If not received by this Friday, the photos you hope to see in the video will not be there! If you have any questions please talk to Savanna! Thank you!

School is dismissed at 1:30 on Friday for Professional Development.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 11, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Mr. Boehmer.

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

The library is closed for testing this morning during periods 2,3, and 4. Please do not print to the library or ITV room during those periods.

Students traveling to VCSU for music tomorrow need to be ready to go by 6 a.m. Please be on time to allow the students performing right away enough time to warm up.

The middle school Student Council has posted riddles on the bulletin boards by the ITV room and Mrs. Copenhaver’s office.  If you get guess the riddles correctly, tell Bella Garr, Dawsyn Anderson or Ella Nowatzki and you will get a prize!

Student Council members – at the meeting last Wednesday, members nominated classmates to be StuCo officers for the 2018-2019 school year.  If you would still like to nominate a classmate for the upcoming election, please see Mr. Nowatzki by the end of Friday, April 13.

Reminder for Seniors:  Make sure to get any group photos you want to see in the Junior/Senior Banquet slide show to Savanna Friedt no later than this Friday. Photos should be of groups of Seniors, big groups or small groups, and can be old or new as long as they are not just one person. Please remind your parents also to get pictures they wish to have included in the slide show to Savanna by this Friday as well. Photos can be submitted by flash drive or email to savanna.friedt@k12.nd.us. If not received by this Friday, the photos you hope to see in the video will not be there! If you have any questions please talk to Savanna! Thank you!

From the library: Kudos to Kaylee Barone for reaching the 2 Million Word Goal. During reading month, we continue to encourage all students to read to meet their next AR goals. 

School is dismissed at 1:30 on Friday for Professional Development.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 10, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Anna Irion.

The soup on the salad bar is chili.

The library will be closed today during I/E, periods 6 and 7 for testing. 

Student Council members – at the meeting last Wednesday, members nominated classmates to be StuCo officers for the 2018-2019 school year.  If you would still like to nominate a classmate for the upcoming election, please see Mr. Nowatzki by the end of Friday, April 13.

From the library: Congratulations to Janice Overby who has reached leveled up and reached her Two Million Word goal. Keep reading, everyone! There's still plenty of time to reach your reading goals.

There will be a yearbook meeting in Room 3 (Miss Whipple's room) during I/E today.  Please note the change in location.  

There will be an SOS meeting in room 14 during I.E. Time today.  All SOS members are to attend.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 9, 2018

Happy Birthday Friday to Caedon Pederson.
Happy Birthday Saturday to Maddy Allmaras and Kiara Geiszler.
Happy Birthday today to Wyatt Bachmeier and Kael Kovar.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

The library will be closed for testing today during periods 2-4, and I/E 6, & 7. Please do not print to the library or the ITV room during these periods.

There will be a yearbook meeting during I/E on Tuesday in the middle school computer lab.

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

The FFA banquet will be held tonight at 6:30 PM in the gym. 

From the library: We are happy to announce two more reading goals. Jacob Seaburg is now the newest member of the Million Word Club and Kaylee Barone has reached the Two Million Word goal. Congratulations!  

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 6, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

Congratulations to all the athletes who won awards last night.  

Thank you to all students who attended the awards night for being respectful and for being a class act throughout the evening. 

Congratulations to Emerson Hoorneart for winning the Senior Female Athlete of the Year and Jayden Shipman for winning the Senior Male Athlete of the Year.

The Shiloh Invite on Friday (April 6) and Saturday (April 7) has been cancelled.

The prom sign up sheet is at the office.  Please sign up and get a contract which needs to be turned in to the office with $30.00 by the end of today.

Jr/Sr Banquet sign up is at the office.  Students planning on attending the banquet need to pay $10.00 when they sign up.

All juniors will meet in the Commons Area during IE today for a college presentation.

The FFA banquet will be held on Monday, April 9th at 6:30 PM in the gym.  

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 5, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

The Shiloh Invite on Friday (April 6) and Saturday (April 7) has been cancelled.

There will be yearbook meetings today during I/E in the Middle School Computer Lab.  There will also be a meeting AFTER school today that will begin at 3:45 in the Middle School Computer Lab.

The prom sign up sheet is at the office.  Please sign up and get a contract which needs to be turned in to the office with $30.00 by Friday.

Jr/Sr Banquet sign up is at the office.  Students planning on attending the banquet need to pay $10.00 when they sign up.

All juniors will meet in the Commons Area during IE on Friday for a college presentation.

The Athletic Awards Night is scheduled for tonight at 7:00PM in the high school gym.  Students attending the Athletic Awards Night tonight are reminded of the expectations outline in the Spring Events Dress Code letter that was mailed this past January.  A copy of the letter is posted on the bulletin board outside the office for your review.  Students attending the Athletic Awards Night are expected to pay attention to the speakers at the podium and not be accessing their cell phones during the event.  Thanks for your cooperation.

From the library: Jake Page and Calvin Sisson have now earned the distinction of being members of the Million Word club. Congratulations!  April is Reading Month in the high school library. To kick off our celebration, your librarians are sponsoring a bookmark competition. All students are invited to create a bookmark. Students will be able to vote for their favorite bookmark. All bookmark entries must be submitted by Wednesday, April 18. Stop into the library to learn more about the contest. 

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 4, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congratulation to the following students who will advance to the state level for the Know Your State Competition in Bismarck on April 30.

Zach Johnson, Madison Solwey, Sean Nichols, Jessica Gussiaas

Congratulations to the junior high and senior high Academic Pursuit teams, who both placed first and second in our home meet yesterday.  

Congratulations to the speech team on a successful meet last night. The team won 9 of the 14 events and finished in second place by just one point. Top novices were Rori Ricter in dramatic, Carrie Hovdenes in humorous and serious, Carter Larson in radio, and Ella Nowatzki/Rori Ricter in serious duo. State qualifiers were Caedon Pederson in dramatic, Kaylee Weninger in impromptu and inform, Mason Rose in humorous, Laurie Struxness in poetry, Savanna Friedt in radio, Mason Rose and Laurie Struxness in serious duo, and Savanna Friedt and Caedon Pederson in humorous duo.

Awards from Cooperstown speech meet
Rori Ricter: 5th in poetry
Destiny Stedman: 2nd in extemp, 3rd in inform
Savanna Friedt: 1st in radio, 5th in inform
Kaylee Weninger: 1st in impromptu and inform, 5th in radio
Jessalyn Thomas: 6th in radio
Ella Nowatzki: 3rd in persuade
Jake Page: 7th in extemp
Laurie Struxness: 1st in poetry, 3rd in entertain
Mason Rose/Laurie Struxness: 1st in serious duo
Kaylee Weninger/Savanna Friedt: 2nd in serious duo
Caedon Pederson: 1st in dramatic, 3rd in serious
Mason Rose: 1st in serious and humorous

The Shiloh Invite on Friday (April 6) and Saturday (April 7) has been cancelled.

There will be yearbook meetings on Thursday during I/E in the Middle School Computer Lab.  There will also be a meeting AFTER school on Thursday that will begin at 3:45 in the Middle School Computer Lab.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

The prom sign up sheet is at the office.  Please sign up and get a contract which needs to be turned in to the office with $30.00 by Friday.

Jr/Sr Banquet sign up is at the office.  Students planning on attending the banquet need to pay $10.00 when they sign up.

All juniors will meet in the Commons Area during IE on Friday for a college presentation.

The Athletic Awards Night is scheduled for Thursday, April 5 at 7:00PM in the high school gym.  

In approximately two weeks, students in grades 7 through 12 will take the Partnership for Success survey during I/E time.  This survey was administered to students last year.  The survey is a requirement for our community’s PFS grant, which is designed to implement programs that will reduce underage drinking in Foster County. 

Today, teachers will hand out passive parental consent forms to all students at the beginning of I/E time.  Students will need to return the forms only if their parents or guardians do NOT want them to take the survey.  If parents or guardians would like to view the survey, there is a copy available in the high school office. 

From the library: Many books are overdue! Please check your due dates and return or renew today to avoid fines. 

Quarter 3 report cards are available at the office for parents to pick up who were unable to attend parent teacher conferences. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 3, 2018

Happy Birthday Sunday to Levi Duda.
Happy Birthday today to Marah Schmitz.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

Congrats to the Senior High and Jr. High Science Olympiad teams for qualifying for State. The Senior High Was 2nd overall and number 1 class B.  The Junior High was 3rd overall and number 1 class B.  See the science room doors for medal winners.

Students: there is a digital citizenship lesson today during I/E.

All junior high Academic Pursuit students participating in our meet today are to come to the gym after school to help set up.  Your round will begin at 4:00.  The senior high round begins at 6:15, so senior high student who are eating here should be here by 5:45 at the latest.  

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

All students: Please plan for a digital citizenship lesson today during I/E.

The speech team has a meet today in Cooperstown. Students dismiss at the end of 6th period. 

The prom sign up sheet is at the office.  Please sign up and get a contract which needs to be turned in to the office with $30.00 by Friday.

Jr/Sr Banquet sign up is at the office.  Students planning on attending the banquet need to pay $10.00 when they sign up.

All juniors will meet in the Commons Area during IE on Friday for a college presentation.

Quarter 3 report cards are available at the office for parents to pick up who were unable to attend parent teacher conferences. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 29, 2018

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Mrs. Irion.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

All junior high Academic Pursuit students participating in our meet on Tuesday, April 3 are to come to the gym after school to help set up.  Your round will begin at 4:00.  The senior high round begins at 6:15, so senior high student who are eating here should be here by 5:45 at the latest.  

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

Students – please do not park beyond the orange cones on the south side of the parking lot.  A lane of pavement needs to be left open for the buses to drive to and from the bus shop.  Thanks for your cooperation!

There will be a locker clean out for all students in grades 7-12 today at 10:00 AM.  All garbage should be removed from your locker, including white paper and plastic bottles put in their respective recycling containers, at that time.

There will be a yearbook meeting in the middle school computer lab during I/E today.  See you there.

The FFA Pizzas will be delivered this afternoon.  FFA members need to make arrangements to get them picked up and delivered today. 

No School tomorrow and Monday, April 2nd.

The speech team will have practice on Monday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. All team members are expected to attend practice.

All students: Please plan for a digital citizenship lesson on Tuesday, April 3rd, during I/E. Check your I/E teacher today to know what room you will report to on Tuesday.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 28, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congratulations to the students who were inducted into the NHS last night.  You will make a difference!

Congratulations to the FBLA students who competed at the State Leadership Conference the last two days. We had sixteen students place top ten and seven of those students will move on to nationals by placing in the top four. Congratulations to Savanna Friedt for being elected the 2018-2019 State FBLA President!

P-T-C are today from 3:30-6:30.

The storm make-up day for Friday March 23, 2018 will be Thursday May 24, 2018.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

There will be a meeting today during the I.E. period for all girls grades 8-11 who are interested in playing Cardinal volleyball this fall.

Students – please do not park beyond the orange cones on the south side of the parking lot.  A lane of pavement needs to be left open for the buses to drive to and from the bus shop.  Thanks for your cooperation!

There will be a locker clean out for all students in grades 7-12 on Thursday at 10:00 AM.  All garbage should be removed from your locker, including white paper and plastic bottles put in their respective recycling containers, at that time.

Boys Basketball athletes – please move your locker magnet to the inside of your lockers.  Thank you!

The FFA Pizzas will be delivered on Thursday afternoon.  FFA members need to make arrangements to get them picked up and delivered on Thursday. 

No School on Friday, March 30th, and Monday, April 2nd.

Saturday's speech meet has been rescheduled to next Tuesday afternoon. Speech team members need to register today for the meet.

The speech team will have practice on Monday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. All team members are expected to attend practice.

From the library: Congratulations to Dawsyn Anderson, the newest member of the Million Word Club. As the 3rd quarter comes to an end, there are 27 Million Word members! Keep reading everyone!

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day


 

March 26, 2018

Happy Birthday Saturday to Mrs. Copenhaver.
Happy Birthday yesterday to McKenna Wangen.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Academic Pursuit team has a meet today at Wing.  Team will be dismissed at 1:37.

Dance tryouts will be this week, 26th -28th.  From 4:30-6:00 at the armory for anyone interested who are currently in grades 6 - 11.

Golf practice will begin today at 3:30 in the armory

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again.  Plan to keep your person, locker and vehicle clear of any items or chemicals that could attract the dog during the search.  Thank you for your help to keep our building safe!

There is an SOS meeting today during I/E time in room 14.

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

All NHS inductees should meet in the library on Tuesday, March 27 at 6:30PM.  The NHS Induction Ceremony starts at 7:00PM in the commons area.

The storm make-up day for Friday March 23, 2018 will be Thursday May 24, 2018.

The school will make up the 2 hour late start from March 6, 2018 with a 15 minute early start (8:15AM) and 15 minute late dismissal (3:30PM) for four days, starting Monday April 30, 2018 through Thursday May 3, 2018.

From the library: Because there was no school on Friday, there are a lot of overdue books today! Please check your book and return or renew today.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 22, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

Happy Birthday to Kadyn Mehring.

Mrs. Seil's reading class will meet in the library today.

There will be a brief assembly in the gym for grades 7-12 during I/E time today.

Dance tryouts will be next week, 26th -28th.  From 4:30-6:00 at the armory for anyone interested who are currently in grades 6 - 11.

Juniors will meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE in the Commons Area on Friday, March 23. Bring your computers.

FBLA members attending State - Your forms needed for State FBLA are due today to Miss Page. 

There is a Health Coop Meeting today in room 13 during IE.

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again.  Plan to keep your person, locker and vehicle clear of any items or chemicals that could attract the dog during the search.  Thank you for your help to keep our building safe!

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 21, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Dance tryouts will be next week, 26th -28th.  From 4:30-6:00 at the armory for anyone interested who are currently in grades 6 - 11.

The 7th grade and their Mentors will meet today in the Commons Area during IE for a game of “Name that Tune.”

Juniors will meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE in the Commons Area on Friday, March 23. Bring your computers.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 20, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

Dance tryouts will be next week, 26th -28th.  From 4:30-6:00 at the armory for anyone interested who are currently in grades 6 - 11.

There will be Academic Pursuit practice today at 3:20.  This is our last practice before our meet on April 3, so anyone who plans on participating in our home meet must attend. 

All juniors will be taking the ACT test today. Students are to be at the school by 7:55 with their own calculator and snack. The test is given at the NDSU R-E Center.

All sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT and interest inventory as a practice exam today. Students will start the test at 8:30 am at the high school. You should bring your own calculator and a snack.

The 7th grade and their Mentors will meet on Wednesday, March 21, in the Commons Area during IE for a game of “Name that Tune.”

Juniors will meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE in the Commons Area on Friday, March 23. Bring your computers.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 19, 2018

Happy Birthday yesterday to Grant Barone.
Happy Birthay today to Marissa House, Zach Johnson, Cassidy Neuman and Sylvie Pate.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

The speech team finished second at the BCN meet last Friday. State qualifiers were Mason Rose in Humorous; Kaylee Weninger in Impromptu and Inform;  Laurie Struxness and Mason Rose in serious duo; and Caedon Pederson in Entertain, Serious, and Dramatic. Two individual awards were received. See the online announcements for a complete list of awards.

Speech Results from BCN Meet, March 16:
Jessalyn Thomas: 4th in radio
Kaylee Weninger: 1st in Impromptu and inform; 2nd in persuade, 3rd in radio
Destiny Stedman: 2nd in inform, 3rd in extemp
Caedon Pederson: 1st in entertain, serious, and dramatic
Laurie Struxness/Mason Rose: 1st in seirous duo
Jake Page: 7th in extemp, 8th in persuade and radio
Mason Rose: 1st in humorous, 2nd in serious
Laurie Struxness: 2nd in poetry, 4th in persuade, 5th in entertain
Caedon Pederson/Kaylee Weninger: 6th in serious duo

There is an FBLA all-member meeting today during I/E. 

There will be Academic Pursuit practice on Tuesday, Mar. 20 at 7:50 and 3:20.  This is our last practice before our meet on April 3, so anyone who plans on participating in our home meet must attend one of these practices.  

All juniors will be taking the ACT test tomorrow. Students are to be at the school by 7:55 with their own calculator and snack. The test is given at the NDSU R-E Center.

All sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT and interest inventory as a practice exam tomorrow. Students will start the test at 8:30 am at the high school. You should bring your own calculator and a snack.

The 7th grade and their Mentors will meet on Wednesday, March 21, in the Commons Area during IE for a game of “Name that Tune.”

Juniors will meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE in the Commons Area on Friday, March 23. Bring your computers.

Reminder from the library: As the library can be quite busy during I/E, students must be requested to the library by a teacher. Students cannot sign out to the library unless they must do something that can only be done in the library. Meeting groups of friends and playing computer games are not acceptable reasons! Thank you!

From the library: Congratulations to Baylee Lura and Lucas Hendrickson, who are our newest members of the million word club! As the end of the third quarter draws near, we look forward to adding more members.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 14, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congratulations to the HS Band and Choir for receiving star ratings on their performances yesterday in Cooperstown. Great job to everyone!

The CHS Student Council meeting will begin at 1:17 PM in the commons area today.  All members should report to their I/E classrooms and wait for the announcement.

The CHS Student Council will be treating the student body and staff to ice cream bars at the end of I/E time today.  When you hear the announcement, come down for some ice cream!

All students in grades 7 – 12 should report to the gym at 8:30 AM for a “send-off” for the Boy’s Basketball team as they leave for the state tournament.

All speech team members must register for the Cooperstown meet by noon on Thursday.

All juniors will be taking the ACT test on Tuesday, March 20th. Students are to be at the school by 7:55 with their own calculator and snack. The test is given at the NDSU R-E Center.

All sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT and interest inventory as a practice exam on Tuesday, March 20th. Students will start the test at 8:30 am at the high school. You should bring your own calculator and a snack.

The storm make up day for the storm day on March 5th is tomorrow.

Group pictures will begin in the gym with the 7th Grade Student Council followed by the 8th Grade Student Council members after the announcements today.  Teachers please print the schedule that is in your email and send students down according to the times on the schedule.  This will minimize the number of interruptions we need to make on the intercom.  Thanks!  

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 13, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Sayge Bonn, Isabella Garr, and Adam Gorseth.

The soup on the salad bar is chili.

Congratulations to Garrett Bickett for being named the Senior Athlete of the Year for Region 3.

Large Group Music Contest is today at Cooperstown.  Bus will leave at noon.

All middle school student council students will meet in the MS5 computer lab during IE today to sign up for a new committee.

Please excuse the senior high Academic Pursuit team at 2:50 for a meet in Milnor. 

All juniors will be taking the ACT test on Tuesday, March 20th. Students are to be at the school by 7:55 with their own calculator and snack. The test is given at the NDSU R-E Center.

All sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT and interest inventory as a practice exam on Tuesday, March 20th. Students will start the test at 8:30 am at the high school. You should bring your own calculator and a snack.

The storm make up day for the storm day on March 5th will be Thursday, March 15th.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 12, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the BBB team on being Region 3 Champions.  We will play the 8:00 game on Thursday night.

Congratulations to the FFA Agronomy Team for placing 2nd and the Livestock Judging Team for placing 3rd at the contest here on Saturday.

Congratulations to the speech team on winning 8 of the 14 events and earning 33 individual awards to finish first at the Midkota Speech Meet. First place state qualifiers were Laurie Struxness and Mason Rose in serious duo, Mason Rose in humorous and serious, Caedon Pederson in radio and dramatic, Destiny Stedman in inform, Bella Garr in persuade, and Janice Overby in EPR. See the printed announcements for a complete list of awards.

Midkota Speech Meet results:
Ella Nowatzki/Bella Garr - 5th in humorous duo
Laurie Struxness/Mason Rose - 1st in serious duo
Rori Ricter/Ella Nowatzki - 5th in serious duo
Mason Rose: 1st in humorous and serious, 4th in entertain
Caedon Pederson: 1st in dramatic and radio, 2nd in entertain and inform, 3rd in serious
Carter Larson: 6th in humorous, 7th in persuade, 8th in radio
Laurie Struxness: 2nd in radio, impromptu and poetry, 3rd in entertain and dramatic
Rori Ricter: 3rd in persuade; 6th in poetry, serious, and dramatic
Destiny Stedman" 2st in inform, 4th in radio and impromptu
Bella Garr: 1st in persuade, 6th in EPR
Ella Nowatzki: 2nd in persuade
Janice Overby: 1st in EPR, 7th in dramatic

There is an FFA Officer meeting during I/E today.

There will be a Close Up Parent/ Student Pre Trip meeting in the High School commons area tonight at
6 pm

The storm make up day for the storm day on March 5th will be Thursday, March 15th.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 9, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Braden Kruse.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

FFA members are reminded to turn in the pizza order forms and money to Mrs. Hansen by 1:30 today.

All speech team members must register for the BCN meet by 4:00 today. 

Region 3 Boys’ Basketball Tournament is today at Jamestown.  Carrington will play E-K-M tonight 20 minutes after the 6:00 game.  Bus will leave at 5:00.

School will be dismissed today at 1:30 for Professional Development.

The March school board meeting has been moved to today starting at 3:30PM.

Speech team has a meet tomorrow at Glenfield.  Bus leaves at 7:45.

The FFA will be hosting an agronomy, livestock judging and ag. sales contest here tomorrow.  Team members are reminded to be here at 8:15 AM.

From the library: Congratulations to Beth Lee, who is the newest member of the Million Word Club. Beth and all the other members of the club encourage all CHS students to keep reading!

The storm make up day for the storm day on March 5th will be Thursday, March 15th.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 8, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

FFA members are reminded to turn in the pizza order forms and money to Mrs. Hansen by 1:30 on Friday.

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

Mrs. Skadberg’s IE time will be in Miss Trautmans’s room today.

There will be a lyceum at 2:15 PM in the gym today for all students in grades 7-12.  Bobby Jones, a former Division I football player, will be presenting.

Region 3 Boys’ Basketball Tournament is today at Jamestown.  Carrington will play Ellendale at 6:00.  Bus will leave at 4:10.

School will be dismissed tomorrow at 1:30 for Professional Development.

The March school board meeting has been moved to Friday, March 9th, starting at 3:30PM.

There will be a golf interest meeting in Mr. Morgan’s room today during I/E Time.

The storm make up day for the storm day on March 5th will be Thursday, March 15th.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 7, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congratulations to Dawsyn Anderson, Bella Garr, Jacob Rexin, Max Beumer and Jack Paulson for their awesome performance at the State MathCounts competition on Monday.  They took 4th in the sate as a team and Jacob took 10th overall individually.  Great Job!!

There will be a lyceum at 2:15 PM in the gym on Thursday, March 8 for all students in grades 7-12.  Bobby Jones, a former Division I football player, will be presenting.

The March school board meeting has been moved to Friday, March 9th, starting at 3:30PM.

There will be a golf interest meeting in Mr. Morgan’s room on Thursday March 8th during I/E Time.

The storm make up day for the storm day on March 5th will be Thursday, March 15th.

From the library: Congratulations to Nicole Lee, who is the newest member of the Million Word reading club. 

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 6, 2018

Happy Birthday Sunday to Kirra Kvamme.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.  Main meal is popcorn chicken salad.

Congratulations to the speech team on hosting an excellent meet. The team finished third, but declined the trophy in honor of our competition. State qualifiers were Caedon Pederson in serious and dramatic, Mason Rose in humorous, Savanna Friedt and Caedon Pederson in humorous duo, and Destiny Stedman in extemp speaking. Carrie Hovdenes received a Superior Speaker medal in serious. Top Novices were Janice Overby and Carrie Hovdenes in humorous duo, Bella Garr in dramatic, Rori Ricter in poetry, and Carter Larson in humorous. See the announcements online for a full list of awards.

Radio: Kaylee Weninger 3rd, Jessalyn Thomas 4th, Savanna Friedt 5th
Serious duo: Mason Rose/Laurie Struxness 6th, Ella Nowatzki/Rori Ricter 8th
Serious: Caedon Pederson 2nd to state qualify, Mason Rose 4th
Entertain: Laurie Struxness 4th
Persuade: Kaylee Weninger 4th, Ella Nowatzki 6th, Bella Garr 9th
Humorous duo: Caedon Pederson/Savanna Friedt 1st to state qualify
Dramatic: Caedon Pederson 1st to state qualify, Savanna Friedt 3rd
Inform: Destiny Stedman 3rd, Jessalyn Thomas 4th
Extemp Speaking: Destiny Stedman 1st to state qualify
Humorous: Mason Rose 1st to state qualify
Impromptu: Kaylee Weninger 3rd

Students in grades 8 through 11 will be meeting with Mr. Nowatzki and Mrs. Copenhaver this morning to begin class registration for the 2018-2019 school year.  The Junior meeting will be during period 1, Sophomores during period 2, Freshmen during period 3 and the 8th graders during period 4.  Students should bring a pen or pencil to the meeting.

There will be a lyceum at 2:15 PM in the gym on Thursday, March 8 for all students in grades 7-12.  Bobby Jones, a former Division I football player, will be presenting.

Region 3 Boys’ Basketball Tournament starts today at Jamestown.  Carrington will play Kidder County at 3:00.  Players will be dismissed at 1:03, bus will leave at 1:10.

There will be Academic Pursuit practice in Mrs. Hewitt's room today at 3:20.  

The March school board meeting has been moved to Friday, March 9th, starting at 3:30PM.

There will be a golf interest meeting in Mr. Morgan’s room on Thursday March 8th during I/E Time.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 2, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Cedar Anderson, Bellami Jensen and Jack Paulson.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

There will be a Close Up meeting today during I/E in Mr. Hone's room 

Students in grades 8 through 11 will be meeting with Mr. Nowatzki and Mrs. Copenhaver on Monday morning to begin class registration for the 2018-2019 school year.  The Junior meeting will be during period 1, Sophomores during period 2, Freshmen during period 3 and the 8th graders during period 4.  Students should bring a pen or pencil to the meeting.

Miss North Dakota Lizzie Jensen will be presenting to all students in grades 7-12 during I/E time on Monday, March 5.  Students should report to their I/E classrooms for attendance and then move to the gym for the presentation.

There will be a lyceum at 2:15 PM in the gym on Thursday, March 8 for all students in grades 7-12.  Bobby Jones, a former Division I football player, will be presenting.

Carrington High School is hosting a speech meet on Saturday. Speaking events begin at 9:00. CHS speech team members must check in by 8:00 on Saturday.
 
The March school board meeting has been moved to Friday, March 9th, starting at 3:30PM.

There will be a golf interest meeting in Mr. Morgan’s room on Thursday March 8th during I/E Time.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

March 1, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Emma Stans.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

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

Cardinaires are hosting a dance camp for grades 6, 7 & 8 Wednesday- Friday, 3:30-5:00 at the elementary school gym.  

NHS candidates need to have all application requirements into Ms. Michaelson by 3:30 today.

There will be a Close Up meeting for all members on Friday during I/E time in Mr. Hone's room.

Students in grades 8 through 11 will be meeting with Mr. Nowatzki and Mrs. Copenhaver on Monday morning to begin class registration for the 2018-2019 school year.  The Junior meeting will be during period 1, Sophomores during period 2, Freshmen during period 3 and the 8th graders during period 4.  Students should bring a pen or pencil to the meeting.

Miss North Dakota Lizzie Jensen will be presenting to all students in grades 7-12 during I/E time on Monday, March 5.  Students should report to their I/E classrooms for attendance and then move to the gym for the presentation.

There will be a lyceum at 2:15 PM in the gym on Thursday, March 8 for all students in grades 7-12.  Bobby Jones, a former Division I football player, will be presenting. 

The storm make up day for the storm day on January 11 will be Friday, March 2nd.

There will be no weight training after school this week.

The March school board meeting has been moved to Friday, March 9th, starting at 3:30PM.

There will be a golf interest meeting in Mr. Morgan’s room on Thursday March 8th during I/E Time.

From the library: Congratulations to two more outstanding readers. Jacob Rexin reach the Four Million Word goal and Levi Duda has reached the Two Million Word goal!

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 28, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Sakkara Pruett.

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

The Middle School Book Club will meet today during I/E in the ITV room. 

Reminder: Mrs. Seil's reading class will meet in the library today.

There is a SOS meeting today during I/E in room 14.

Cardinaires are hosting a dance camp for grades 6, 7 & 8 Wednesday- Friday, 3:30-5:00 at the elementary school gym.  

Boys (8-12) Track and Field meeting is today at 3:30 in Rm. MS#5.

NHS candidates need to have all application requirements into Ms. Michaelson by 3:30PM tomorrow.

There will be MathCounts practice Thursday morning at 8 am in Mrs. Anderson's room.

The storm make up day for the storm day on January 11 will be Friday, March 2nd.

There will be no weight training after school this week.

Reminder: Juniors that are trying to sell the remaining Calendar Raffle Tickets, be sure to have your tickets back to the office by the end of the day on today. First drawing takes place during I/E time on Thursday and we need to make sure all ticket stubs are included in the first drawing! Thank you for your help in trying to sell the rest of the tickets! It is GREATLY appreciated!

The March school board meeting has been moved to Friday, March 9th, starting at 3:30PM.

From the library: Congratulations to the newest members of the Million Word Club: Autumn Munson and Alli Guthmiller. There are now 20 students in the club! We look forward to several more joining the club before the school year ends.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 27, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chili.

Congratulations to BBB team for winning the district 5 championship game 78-68. Garrett Bickett, Kolton Vetter, and Seth Nelson were named to the all-district team. 

Congratulations to Garrett Bickett for being named the District 5 Senior athlete of the year.

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

Cardinaires are hosting a dance camp for grades 6, 7 & 8 Wednesday- Friday, 3:30-5:00 at the elementary school gym.  

There will be a baseball meeting in room 4 during IE time today.

Girls (8-12) Track and Field meeting is today at 3:30 in Rm. MS#5.

The following students need to meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE today to finish their Rolling 4 Year Plan: Adam Gorseth, Jacob Swart, Sylvie Pate, Larissa Larson, Mathias Kubal, Amber Klein, Mya Mosolf-Siek, Madeliene Nichols.

The Junior Class will be taking their practice ACT and completing the PreACT paperwork all day Wednesday. Just in case we were to get done early, students should complete their homework for their classes. All juniors will meet in the Vo-Ag building at 8:30 AM. Please make sure you are in the Vo-Ag building by the time the bell rings at 8:30 AM.

There will be Academic Pursuit practice in Mrs. Hewitt's room after school today.

High School Pops Concert is tonight at 7:00.

Boys (8-12) Track and Field meeting is on Wednesday, February 28th at 3:30 in Rm. MS#5.

The middle school reading club will meet on Wednesday during I/E in the ITV room.

NHS candidates need to have all application requirements into Ms. Michaelson by 3:30PM on Thursday, March 1st. 

The storm make up day for the storm day on January 11 will be on March 2nd.

Reminder:  NO COLORED PAPER can be put in the recycle boxes.

There will be no weight training after school this week.

Reminder: Juniors that are trying to sell the remaining Calendar Raffle Tickets, be sure to have your tickets back to the office by the end of the day on Wednesday. First drawing takes place during I/E time on Thursday and we need to make sure all ticket stubs are included in the first drawing! Thank you for your help in trying to sell the rest of the tickets! It is GREATLY appreciated!

The March school board meeting has been moved to Friday March 9th starting at 3:30PM.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 26, 2018

Happy Birthday yesterday to Morgan Bonderson.
Happy Birthday today to Trace Beumer and Ella Nowatzki.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the speech team on the 1st place win at the Northwood speech meet on Saturday. The team won 8 of the 14 events! First place finishers and state qualifiers were: Kaylee Weninger in inform, persuade, and impromptu; Caedon Pederson in dramatic and serious; Laurie Struxness in poetry; Mason Rose in humorous, and Savanna Friedt and Caedon Pederson in humorous duo. Top Novices were Carter Larson in radio, Jake Page in persuade, Bella Garr in EPR, and Rori Ricter in serious. See the announcements online for a complete list of awards.

Speech awards:
Serious duo: Rori Ricter/ Ella Nowatzki 5th, Mason Rose/Laurie Struxness 7th
Inform: Kaylee Weninger 1st, Destiny Stedman 2nd, Jessalyn Thomas 7th
Dramatic: Caedon Pederson 1st, Savanna Friedt 5th, Janice Overby 7th
Poetry: Laurie Struxness 1st, Rori Ricter 4th
Humorous duo: Savanna Friedt/Caedon Pederson 1st, Carter Larson/Jake Page 5th
Serious: Caedon Pederson 1st, Mason Rose 2nd, Laurie Struxness 4th
Humorous: Mason Rose 1st
Radio: Kaylee Weninger 2nd, Savanna Friedt 5th, Jessalyn Thomas 6th
Extemp Speaking: Destiny Stedman 2nd, Jake Page 6th
Persuade: Kaylee Weninger 1st, Bella Garr 5th, Ella Nowatzki 7th
Impromptu: Kaylee Weninger 1st, Rori Ricter 7th
Entertain: Laurie Struxness 2nd

Congratulations to the livestock judging team for placing first and the agronomy team for placing second at the contest in Lisbon.

District 5 Boys’ Basketball Tournament is today.  Carrington will play Edgeley/K/M at 7:30.  Bus will leave at 4:45 today.

Students: there is a digital citizenship lesson today during I/E.

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

There is information about the upcoming dance camp at the office.

There will be a baseball meeting in room 4 during IE time on Tuesday February 28. 

Girls (8-12) Track and Field meeting is tomorrow at 3:30 in Rm. MS#5.

Boys (8-12) Track and Field meeting is on Wednesday, February 28th at 3:30 in Rm. MS#5.

NHS candidates need to have all application requirements into Ms. Michaelson by 3:30PM on Thursday, March 1st. 

The storm make up day for the storm day on January 11 will be on March 2nd.

Reminder:  NO COLORED PAPER can be put in the recycle boxes.

Dance team member and GBB players, please remove your locker magnets by the end of the day.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 23, 2018

February 23, 2018

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Breanna Mittleider.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

Congratulations to the girls basketball team on their 2nd place finish at the regional tournament.  You had a successful season and are a class act. We are proud of you!   Basketball meeting on Monday, February 26th at 3:15p.m. in Coach Braaten’s room. 

There is a FBLA all member meeting today during I/E in the ITV Room. 

District 5 Boys’ Basketball Tournament starts today.  Carrington will play the winner of LaMoure/L/M/Oakes on Saturday night at 6:00.  Bus will leave at 3:30.

Attention juniors:  Please remember that your prom calendar raffle tickets are due today. You must turn in your tickets and/or money for tickets sold to either Trey or Madeline Allmaras today. You do not need to pay for unsold tickets, but please try to do your part by selling as many as you can. There are a few extra tickets so if you are out and need more please let Trey or Madeline know.

All speech team members must register for the Carrington speech meet by 5:00 p.m. today.

It’s the last day of FFA week, that means it’s your last chance to have fun and win some prizes! 

There are 3 baby pictures hidden each day, 2 of the FFA officers, and one of Mrs. Hansen.  If you find one, take it to an FFA officer and guess who’s in the picture for a chance to win a prize. 

Yesterday’s trivia question was, “On average, how many eggs does a chicken lay in a year?” We accepted anything from 270-300. 

The last trivia question of the week, “Where were chickens first domesticated?” 

The FFA judging teams will be competing in Lisbon on Saturday.  Bus leaves at 6:00 AM.

There is information about the upcoming dance camp at the office.  

Students – cut-outs, holes and frays in jeans and pants that expose the upper thigh and waist are not acceptable.  Similar to the guideline for shorts, the length of coverage needs to come to the end of your thumbs when your arms are at your sides.  Students wearing clothing that does not meet this guideline will be subject to disciplinary consequences.  

FFA Judging is at Lisbon tomorrow.  Bus will leave at 6:00 am.

The speech team has a meet in Northwood on Saturday. The bus leaves at 6:30 a.m.

Girls (8-12) Track and Field meeting on Tuesday, February 27th at 3:30 in Rm. MS#5.

Boys (8-12) Track and Field meeting on Wednesday, February 28th at 3:30 in Rm. MS#5.

NHS candidates need to have all application requirements into Ms. Michaelson by 3:30PM on Thursday, March 1st. 

The storm make up day for the storm day on January 11 will be on March 2nd.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 22, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Justin Lee.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla soup.

Congratulations to Dawsyn Anderson, Bella Garr, Jacob Rexin, Max Beumer, and Jack Paulson. They have advanced to state MathCounts in Bismarck on March 5.  Jacob and Max tied for first place in the region out of 59 total students. And, the team of Dawsyn, Bella, Jacob, and Max took first place out of 11 total teams.

Congratulations to the FCCLA members who competed at the home STAR event meet.  Destiny Stedman received a gold in Job Interview and is advancing to the state competition.  Destiny Stedman and Kaylee Weninger competed in the chapter service project display event, received a bronze and are advancing to state.  Thank you to all who helped make this event a success.

Congratulations to Zach Johnson for being named to the Gold Team of the 2018 Class B Academic All-State Team.  Only seven other Seniors in North Dakota share this distinction! 

There is a FBLA officer meeting today in the ITV Room during I/E.

The following students need to meet with Mrs. Copenhaver during IE to finish a registration-related activity:  Morgan Bonderson, Michaela Tallmadge, Jacob Swart, Shae Boyer, and Taylor Hetle

Regional Championship GBB game is tonight.  Carrington will play MPB 20 minutes after the 6:00 game.  Bus will leave at 5:00.

It’s National FFA Week, and to celebrate the FFA Officers are hiding baby pictures of 2 of the officers, and one of Mrs. Hansen each day. If you find a baby picture, take it to an officer and tell them who is in the picture for a chance to win a prize.

There will be cupcake decorating in the Ag building for 7th and 8th graders during IE, 7th graders will decorate for the first half of IE and the 8th graders will decorate for the second half.  Please wait to be called over. 

Yesterday’s trivia question was “What room temperature do new born pigs need to be kept at.” Any answers between 85 and 95 degrees were accepted, congrats to all who won.

Today’s question, “On average, how many eggs will a chicken lay in one year?”

Attention juniors:  Please remember that your prom calendar raffle tickets are due tomorrow. You must turn in your tickets and/or money for tickets sold to either Trey or Madeline Allmaras on Friday. You do not need to pay for unsold tickets, but please try to do your part by selling as many as you can. There are a few extra tickets so if you are out and need more please let Trey or Madeline know.

All speech team members must register for the Carrington speech meet by 5:00 p.m. on Friday.

The middle school book club will meet today during I/E in the library.

Students – cut-outs, holes and frays in jeans and pants that expose the upper thigh and waist are not acceptable.  Similar to the guideline for shorts, the length of coverage needs to come to the end of your thumbs when your arms are at your sides.  Students wearing clothing that does not meet this guideline will be subject to disciplinary consequences.  

NHS candidates need to have all application requirements into Ms. Michaelson by 3:30PM on Thursday, March 1st. 

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 21, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Sadie Magnuson.

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congratulations to the girls basketball team for advancing to the regional championship game on Thursday, February 22nd. Bus leaves at 5:00p.m.  Keep up the awesome team work! Go Cardinals!!

Congratulations to Zach Johnson for being named to the Gold Team of the 2018 Class B Academic All-State Team.  Only seven other Seniors in North Dakota share this distinction! 

There are 3 more days of National FFA Week, that means there's still plenty of chance for you to have fun and win prizes.  There are baby pictures of 2 of the FFA officers and one baby picture of Mrs. Hansen hidden in the school.  If you find a picture, take it to an FFA officer and tell them who you think it is for a chance to win a prize.  

Yesterday's trivia question was, "soybeans are used to make what school product?"  The answer is crayons.  Congratulations to everyone who got it write.  Today's ag trivia is, "Newborn piglets need to be kept at what temperature to stay healthy?"  Write your answer and your name on a piece of paper.  Answers will be collected during 1st hour.

There is a 7th grade Track and Field Meeting today in room MS #5 from 3:30 to 5:00.

There will be a yearbook meeting during I/E today in the Middle School Computer Lab. Please plan to attend as there are lots of winter activities pages to work on.

There will be MathCounts practice on Thursday at 8 am in Mrs. Anderson's room.

Attention juniors:  Please remember that your prom calendar raffle tickets are due this Friday. You must turn in your tickets and/or money for tickets sold to either Trey or Madeline Allmaras on Friday. You do not need to pay for unsold tickets, but please try to do your part by selling as many as you can. There are a few extra tickets so if you are out and need more please let Trey or Madeline know.

All speech team members must register for the Carrington speech meet by 5:00 p.m. on Friday.

The middle school book club will meet on Thursday during I/E in the library.

From the library: Congratulations to Ella Nowatzki, who reached the 2 Million Word goal. 

NHS candidates need to have all application requirements into Ms. Michaelson by 3:30PM on Thursday, March 1st. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 20, 2018

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

Congratulations to the girls first round victory over NGS. Our next game will be today at 6:00p.m. Play hard.  The bus will depart at 4:10 p.m.
There will be Academic Pursuit practice in Mrs. Hewitt's room today at 7:50 and 3:20.  You only need to attend one or the other. 

There is an FFA meeting during IE today.

It's National FFA Week.  If you find an FFA officer's baby picture, bring the picture to them to receive a prize.  There are two officers and a picture of Mrs. Hansen's hidden each day.

The FFA Week trivia question for today is, what school product is made from soybeans?  Please write your answer and your name on a piece of paper.  An FFA officer will be around to collect the answers during 1st hour.

There is a 7th grade Track and Field Meeting on Wednesday, February 21st in room MS #5 from 3:30 to 5:00.

There will be a yearbook meeting during I/E on Wednesday in the Middle School Computer Lab. Please plan to attend as there are lots of winter activities pages to work on.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

February 19, 2018

Happy Birthday today to Trevor Hoggarth.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the wrestling team on their 2nd place in the dual and 3rd place in individual.

Region 3 Grils’ Basketball Tournament starts today at Jamestown.  Carrington will play Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter at 3:00.  Players will be dismissed at 1:03, bus will leave at 1:10.

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

From the library: Congratulations to Beau Retzlaff and Tate Larsen, the newest members of the Million Word Club. Congratulations also to Rebecca Keys who has reached the 2 Million Word goal.

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

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

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!