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April 25, 2017

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

Thank you to all students and staff that donated blood yesterday.  22 units of blood were collected that will soon be used by those in need.

The following students were medal winners at State Science Olympiad.
1st--food Science--Hannah Hagel & Addison Hoornaert, 2nd--Scrambler--Anna Irion & Eli Richter, 3rd--Fast Facts--Bella Hone & Anna Irion

There will be a Student Council meeting on Wednesday during I/E time.  8th graders interested in joining Student Council next year are encouraged and welcome to attend!

From the library: We aren't done reading yet! Haley Parnell is the newest member of the Million Word Club, and Ella Nowatzki and Beth Lee have reached the goal of 3 Million Words! Congratulations! Reminder: Everyone is invited to participate in Hat Day on Wednesday. Purchase a Hat Pass today or tomorrow morning before school in the library so you can wear a hat on Wednesday.

All mentors and mentees will be taking their pictures on Wednesday, April 26th during IE. If you will not be in school that day, it is important that you let Mrs. Copenhaver know.

There will be a yearbook meeting after school tomorrow in the middle school computer lab.

Our last day of school will be Thursday, May 25th.  We will use our 1:30 dismissal schedule with school ending at 1:15.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 24, 2017

Happy Birthday today to Zach Magnuson and Abbie Stedman.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

The junior high track meet has been postponed for today and is rescheduled for Monday, May 8.  The varsity track team will not be going to Lisbon tomorrow.

 Congrats to the Jr High Science Olympiad team for finished 5th overall and 2nd in class B.   Congrats to the Sr. High Science Olympiad team for being the number 1 Class B team and 9th overall. Great job!

The FFA will be hosting a blood drive in the gym today from 9:00-2:00.  Donors are reminded to have their ID with them.  16 and 17 year olds need to have their parent permission slip as well.  There are still some appointments available for anyone that has not signed up yet.

The SOS Peer Leader meeting will take place over the lunch time in the FCS room.  All SOS peer leaders are to attend.

Students in grades 9 through 11 will be voting for the 2017-2018 Student Council class representatives and senior cabinet members today during their English 9, English 10 or US History classes.  The ballots include students that were nominated by Student Council members, but will be voted upon by all of the Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors.  If you are leaving early for the baseball game or for another reason, stop in Mr. Ranum’s, Miss Whipple’s or Mr. Hone room to vote before you leave!

There will be a Student Council meeting on Wednesday during I/E time.  8th graders interested in joining Student Council next year are encouraged and welcome to attend!

This week for Reading Month, our theme is "Hats off to Reading". All day Tuesday or Wednesday morning, you can buy a hat pass in the library for $1.00, so you can wear a hat on Wednesday. All proceeds go to support the Summer Reading program at the public library. 

All mentors and mentees will be taking their pictures on Wednesday, April 26th during IE. If you will not be in school that day, it is important that you let Mrs. Copenhaver know.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 21, 2017

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Jessalyn Thomas.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Earth Day poster competition! Because there were so many great posters, three honorable mentions were added to the list of winners. Here are the results:
Honorable Mentions: posters #7 - Kambree Kvamme, #8 - Amber Klein & #13 - Harlee Erickson
5th place: poster #2 - Morgan Bonderson
4th place: #12 - Anna Irion
3rd place: #10 - Mya Mosolf
2nd place: #14 - Abbie Stedman
1st place & Winner of the Bluetooth Water Speakers: poster #4 - Kaylee Weninger
All posters & prizes will be given out during ie time. Mrs. Boehmer will request all participants.
The following students need to turn in their Dual Credit applications this morning to Mrs. Copenhaver:
Cedar Anderson, Jessica Gussiaas, Aishlee Hardy, Haley Hewitt, Amanda Jarrett, Willow Johnson,
Justin Lee, Addie & Halle Lipetzky, Morgan Marlow, Alexandra Messner, Kaitlyn Nannenga,
Abigail Neumiller, McKayla Scanson, Hayden Schmitz, Madeson Smith

Students and staff - due to ongoing Prom decorations, there will be no access to the gym this week.  Track and baseball athletes will need to access the locker rooms using the east or west gym doors.  Thanks for your cooperation!

There will be a brief meeting for all CHS students attending Prom at 1:25 PM today in the gym.

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

JH track team has a meet today at Oakes starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 12:50, bus will leave at 1:00.

NHS will meet in Room 1 during IE today.

Jr/Sr Banquet is tonight at CHS Commons Area.

Prom is tomorrow night.  Grand March will start at 8:00.

The FFA will be hosting a blood drive on Monday, April 24th.  Any student 16 years of age and older is encouraged to donate.  Please see Jill Endres, Chayla Kuss, or Abby Guthmiller to sign up.

Students – Thank you for your cooperation during the search yesterday morning.  It allowed Keeley the search dog to safely and effectively screen our building and parking lot.  Keeley found little to no interest in the areas she searched, which means we are keeping a very clean and safe school.  Thank you for helping us reach this goal – we couldn’t do it without you!  Keeley will return for another search, so this is also a reminder to keep your locker, car, and person clean of any unsafe items that she may detect.  Thanks again!

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!



April 20, 2017

Happy Birthday today to Maci Haman, Travis Scanson, and Ashly Wodrich.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

Over the noon lunch break today there will be a bottle caps guessing jar in the commons area. Prizes will be awarded for the closest guesses to the actual number of bottle caps in the jar.

Dual credit applications are due in Mrs. Copenhaver's office today. If you have questions, stop by and ask her. Make sure you have your parents' signatures on the forms before they are turned in.

Students and staff - due to ongoing Prom decorations, there will be no access to the gym this week.  Track and baseball athletes will need to access the locker rooms using the east or west gym doors.  Thanks for your cooperation!

Boys golf team has a meet today at Hillsboro.  Bus left at 7:00.

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

The baseball team has a game today at Tolna starting at 4:30.  Players will be dismissed at 1:55, bus will leave at 2:05.

The varsity track team has a meet today at Langdon starting at 2:00.  Students will be dismissed at 10:20, bus will leave at 10:30.

The FFA will be hosting a blood drive on Monday, April 24th.  Any student 16 years of age and older is encouraged to donate.  Please see Jill Endres, Chayla Kuss, or Abby Guthmiller to sign up.

Congratulations to Kenzie Edland who has reached her 2 Million Word goal. Our reading quote today is from Walt Disney: "There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate's loot on Treasure Island."

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 19, 2017

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congratulations to the girls track and field team for finishing 1st in the meet at Fessenden yesterday.

Congratulations to the boys track and field team for finishing 3rd in yesterdays meet.

Also congratulations to Payton Smith, Abigail Jarrett, and Amanda Jarrett, for qualifying for the State Track Meet

Students and staff - due to ongoing Prom decorations, there will be no access to the gym this week.  Track and baseball athletes will need to access the locker rooms using the east or west gym doors.  Thanks for your cooperation!

Reminder:  Post Prom slips are due in the office by tomorrow.

The FFA will be hosting a blood drive on Monday, April 24th.  Any student 16 years of age and older is encouraged to donate.  Please see Jill Endres, Chayla Kuss, or Abby Guthmiller to sign up.

From the library: Congratulations to Tate Larsen, who is the newest member of the Million Word Club! Our reading month quote today is from Emma Thompson who said: "I think books are like people, in the sense that they'll turn up in your life when you  most need them." Tomorrow, don't forget to wear a shirt with words on it to show your library spirit.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 18, 2017

Happy Birthday last Saturday to Jasmine Hetle.
Happy Birthday last Sunday to Aiden Aberel.
Happy Birthday yesterday to Maddy Nichols

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again this spring.  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!

Congratulations to all of the Choir and Band students who competed Thursday at Region V Small group contest. State Qualifiers include:

Addison Hoornaert-Trumpet solo
McKenzie Johnson- Trumpet solo
Jessalyn Thomas- Bass Clarinet solo
Madison Solwey-Tenor Sax Solo
Sage Friedt- Vocal Solo
Caedon Pederson-Vocal Solo
Aisle Hardy-Vocal Solo
Mixed Woodwind Duet-Sadie Magnuson, Addie Urness
Clarinet Trio-Maddie Nichols, Alayna Martinez, and Lucas Hendrickson
Saxophone Trio-McKayla Scanson, Madison Solwey, Grace Wolsky
Mixed Vocal ensemble-Grace Wolsky, Savanna Friedt, Sylvia Pate, Maddie Richter, Morgan Marlow, Caedon Perderson
Miscellaneous Mixed Ensemble: Sage Friedt, Savanna Friedt, Halle Lipetzky, Keiley Slorby, Kiara Muilenburg, Sylvia Pate, Addie Lipetzky, Jacob Swart, Morgan Marlo's, Caedon Pederson, Jeremiah Mattice, Zach Johnson

Varsity track team has a meet today at Fessenden starting at 3:30.  Students will be dismissed at 1:40, bus will leave at 1:50.

The baseball team has a game today at New Rockford starting at 4:30.  Players will be dismissed at 2:35, bus will leave at 2:45.

Students, Applied Math as turned the gift cards from Pepsi Co. recycling project into prizes for you as a way to say thank you for recycling.  So… look around! There are a bunch of lunch water bottles with messages in them & they are hidden throughout the school. If you find one, sign the message that is inside the bottle and bring it to room 2. You will be entered into the drawing for prizes.

The FFA will be hosting a blood drive on Monday, April 24th.  Any student 16 years of age and older is encouraged to donate.  Please see Jill Endres, Chayla Kuss, or Abby Guthmiller to sign up.

From the library: Congratulations to Ella Nowatzki! She has now read 3 Million Words! Today's reading quote is from Rachel Anders: "The journey of a lifetime starts with the turning of a page." On Thursday, wear a shirt with words on it to show your library spirit. 

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!



April 13, 2017

Happy Birthday today to Mr. Shipman.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

The following students have testing to makeup in MS 5 starting 2nd period on Thursday. Please check in with your 2nd period teacher, and then come to the computer lab.
Cole Seaburg, Harlee Erickson, Kiara Gieszler, Auna Kubal, Mya Schiele, Destiny Morley, Mathias Kubal, Sylvie Pate, Kaden Wolsky, Trace Beumer, Brett Paulson

Any student who likes to draw, doodle or be creative should take the time this week to make an Earth Day poster & enter it in our schoolwide Earth Day Poster competition! You can find out more information about the competition in the flyers posted in the hallway, or stop by Mrs. Boehmer’s room to ask her. Your poster must be submitted by 3:15 today. There are prizes for the top five posters and the grand prize is Bluetooth water speakers!

Small group music contest is in Jamestown today.  Bus left at 6:30 a.m.

The ND National Guard will have a booth set-up in the entryway during lunch today to visit with students.  They are also sponsoring the presenters at our 1:00 PM assembly – please let them know how much you appreciate their willingness to bring high quality speakers to our school!
All students in grades 7 – 12 will be dismissed to the gym at 1:00 PM for an assembly.  If you are in co-op or elementary tutoring, please let them know that the assembly will last until 2:00 PM.

JH track team has a meet today at Jamestown starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 2:00, bus will leave at 2:15.

There is no school tomorrow, April 14th, or Monday, April 17th.

From the library: Confucius said: "No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance." The library should be open all day today! We hope you can stop in, show off your favorite kicks, and pick up something to read over the long weekend.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 11, 2017

Happy Birthday today to Mr. Boehmer.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken noodle.

At the Oak Grove Boys Golf Invitational yesterday, Trace Beumer took 8th place individually.

School Board meeting is today at 4:00 in the ITV room.

Varsity track team has a meet today at Hazen starting at 2:00.  Students will be dismissed at 10:20, bus will leave at 10:30.

Girls golf team has a meet today at Leonard.  Bus left at 6:45.

Memories may fade, but a yearbook will last a lifetime.  There is still time to purchase your 2017 yearbook for only $55.00. Please see Miss Whipple for an order form.

Any Academic Pursuit member who is planning to participate in our senior high scrimmage tonight in the commons at 6:30 should be there by 6:20 so that teams can be assigned.  Remember to invite your parents, relatives, and neighbors to come and compete against you! 

Any student who likes to draw, doodle or be creative should take the time this week to make an Earth Day poster & enter it in our schoolwide Earth Day Poster competition! You can find out more information about the competition in the flyers posted in the hallway, or stop by Mrs. Boehmer’s room to ask her. Your poster must be submitted by 3:15 on Thursday April 13th. There are prizes for the top five posters and the grand prize is Bluetooth water speakers!

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again this spring.  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!

From the library: Congratulations to Bridger Bloom, who has now reached his reading goal of 2 Million Words! Today's reading quote is from our 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt. He said, "I am a part of everything that I have read." This week's reading theme is "Reading Can Kick Up Your School Success." Everyone is invited to show their library spirit on Thursday by wearing their favorite kicks.

There will be a yearbook meeting in Miss Whipple's room during I/E time on Wednesday for sophomores and seniors.  Please bring your laptops.  See you there.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 10, 2017

Happy Birthday yesterday to Wyatt Bachmeier.
Happy Birthday today to Anna Irion.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

Congratulations to the speech team on winning the Region 5 speech tournament on Saturday! 21 individual awards were received and there were 16 state qualifiers. State qualifiers were Mason Rose and Jessalyn Thomas in serious duo; Savanna Friedt and Caedon Pederson in humorous duo; Caedon Pederson in serious;  Laurie Struxness in storytelling and serious; Rori Ricter in serious; Savanna Friedt in radio, Destiny Stedman in radio and inform; Ella Nowatzki in dramatic and persuade; Mason Rose in humorous; James McGuire in humorous, Kaylee Weninger in impromptu and inform; and Xavier Mattice in entertain. Additional awards were Jessalyn Thomas 4th in radio, Xavier Mattice 4th in humorous; Rori Ricter 3rd in persuade; Jasmine Hetle 4th in poetry; and Macee McClean 5th in poetry. 

The library is closed today during periods 1 -3 for testing. 

JH track team has a meet today at Washburn starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 1:03, bus will leave at 1:13.

Boys Golf team has a meet today at Edgewood.  Bus left at 5:40.

The baseball team has a game today at Medina starting at 4:00.  Players will be dismissed at 1:35, bus will leave at 1:45.

The following students need to meet with Mrs. Copenhaver in her office during IE for Middle School Student Council: Jasmine Hetle, Kiara Geiszler, Shakira Lee, Jaydee Hardy, Amanda Oka

The following students need to report to the Middle School Computer lab during IE to finish their state testing: Sydnie Grager, Lucas Hendrickson, Kaulder Kvamme, Ella Nowatzki, Harlee Erickson, Kiara Geiszler, Shakira Lee, Mya Schiele, Kambree Kvamme, Amber Pierce and Zach Broadwell.

School Board meeting is tomorrow at 4:00 in the ITV room.

Memories may fade, but a yearbook will last a lifetime.  There is still time to purchase your 2017 yearbook for only $55.00. Please see Miss Whipple for an order form.

Any Academic Pursuit member who is planning to participate in our junior high scrimmage tonight in the commons at 6:30 should be there by 6:20 so that teams can be assigned.  Remember to invite your parents, relatives, and neighbors to come and compete against you! 

There will be a yearbook meeting after school today in the middle school computer lab.  If you are unable to make it, please plan to work during I/E today in Miss Whipple's room. 

Any student who likes to draw, doodle or be creative should take the time this week to make an Earth Day poster & enter it in our schoolwide Earth Day Poster competition! You can find out more information about the competition in the flyers posted in the hallway, or stop by Mrs. Boehmer’s room to ask her. Your poster must be submitted by 3:15 on Thursday April 13th. There are prizes for the top five posters and the grand prize is Bluetooth water speakers!

Congratulations to Travis Scanson, who is the newest member of the Million Word club! Today's reading month quote comes from J. K. Rowling: "If you don't like to read, you haven't found the right book." The library has some great new books on display - maybe one of them is the right book for you.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day


 

April 7, 2017

Happy Birthday today to Madeline Allmaras and Kiara Geiszler.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

The baseball team will leave this morning at 8:30 for games at Shiloh.

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

Yippee! The library will only be closed periods 3 and 4 today! Our Reading month quote today is from Lloyd Alexander, author of The Black Cauldron: "Keep reading. It's one of the most marvelous adventures that anyone can have." 

Memories may fade, but a yearbook will last a lifetime.  There is still time to purchase your 2017 yearbook for only $55.00. Please see Miss Whipple for an order form.

Academic Pursuit Students:  Remember there will be scrimmages next week, and you are all invited to participate!  The junior high scrimmage will be on Monday, April 10 at 6:30 P.M. in the commons area.  The senior high scrimmage will be Tuesday, April 11 at 6:30 in the commons area.  Everyone who comes will participate.  Please remember to invite family and friends to bring a team to compete against you. 

Regional Speech is at Northwood tomorrow.  Bus will leave at 6:15.

There will be a yearbook meeting after school Monday in the middle school computer lab.  If you are unable to make it, please schedule a time during I/E to work on your pages.

Sophomores will be taking their ACT Aspire test next week on Monday and Tuesday mornings. Report to your testing rooms which are the library, MS 5 or Room 14 at the beginning of first hour. Miss Whipple will tell you which room to go to. Your calculator is needed for Tuesday's test.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 6, 2017

Happy Birthday today to Caedon Pederson and Emma Rost.

The soup on the salad bar is chicken tortilla.

The library will be closed for testing today for periods 1 - 6.

Dance team tryouts are scheduled for Tuesday, April 4th thru Friday, April 7 in the commons area from 4:00-6:00.

Prom contracts and money are due in the office today.

Today is the last day to sign up for the Jr/Sr Banquet.  Money must be paid when you sign up.

Seniors:  Jostens will be here today during I/E time to hand out graduation cap and gowns.  We will dismiss from the office.

JH track team has a meet today at Casselton starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 12:50, bus will leave at 1:00.

The baseball team will leave tomorrow morning at 8:30 for games at Shiloh.

The CHS Student Council is encouraging students in grades 7 – 12 to wear BLUE tomorrow for Child Abuse Prevention Awareness.  Wear BLUE every Friday in the month of April to show your commitment to preventing child abuse and supporting strong families and healthy children in North Dakota!

Today's reading month quote is from Dr. Seuss: "The more you read, the more things that you will know. The more that you learn, the more paces you'll go." You can see the world through the pages of books. Happy travels, everyone!
Reminder from the library: Check your library due dates! Many are overdue! There are many absences for school activities during the spring, so be sure to return or renew your books before they are due to avoid late fines.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!

Happy Birthday today to Madeline Allmaras and Kiara Geiszler.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

The baseball team will leave this morning at 8:30 for games at Shiloh.

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

Yippee! The library will only be closed periods 3 and 4 today! Our Reading month quote today is from Lloyd Alexander, author of The Black Cauldron: "Keep reading. It's one of the most marvelous adventures that anyone can have." 

Memories may fade, but a yearbook will last a lifetime.  There is still time to purchase your 2017 yearbook for only $55.00. Please see Miss Whipple for an order form.

Academic Pursuit Students:  Remember there will be scrimmages next week, and you are all invited to participate!  The junior high scrimmage will be on Monday, April 10 at 6:30 P.M. in the commons area.  The senior high scrimmage will be Tuesday, April 11 at 6:30 in the commons area.  Everyone who comes will participate.  Please remember to invite family and friends to bring a team to compete against you. 

Regional Speech is at Northwood tomorrow.  Bus will leave at 6:15.

There will be a yearbook meeting after school Monday in the middle school computer lab.  If you are unable to make it, please schedule a time during I/E to work on your pages.

Sophomores will be taking their ACT Aspire test next week on Monday and Tuesday mornings. Report to your testing rooms which are the library, MS 5 or Room 14 at the beginning of first hour. Miss Whipple will tell you which room to go to. Your calculator is needed for Tuesday's test.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!

Happy Birthday today to Madeline Allmaras and Kiara Geiszler.

The soup on the salad bar is broccoli cheese.

The baseball team will leave this morning at 8:30 for games at Shiloh.

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

Yippee! The library will only be closed periods 3 and 4 today! Our Reading month quote today is from Lloyd Alexander, author of The Black Cauldron: "Keep reading. It's one of the most marvelous adventures that anyone can have." 

Memories may fade, but a yearbook will last a lifetime.  There is still time to purchase your 2017 yearbook for only $55.00. Please see Miss Whipple for an order form.

Academic Pursuit Students:  Remember there will be scrimmages next week, and you are all invited to participate!  The junior high scrimmage will be on Monday, April 10 at 6:30 P.M. in the commons area.  The senior high scrimmage will be Tuesday, April 11 at 6:30 in the commons area.  Everyone who comes will participate.  Please remember to invite family and friends to bring a team to compete against you. 

Regional Speech is at Northwood tomorrow.  Bus will leave at 6:15.

There will be a yearbook meeting after school Monday in the middle school computer lab.  If you are unable to make it, please schedule a time during I/E to work on your pages.

Sophomores will be taking their ACT Aspire test next week on Monday and Tuesday mornings. Report to your testing rooms which are the library, MS 5 or Room 14 at the beginning of first hour. Miss Whipple will tell you which room to go to. Your calculator is needed for Tuesday's test.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 5, 2017

The soup on the salad bar is beef barley.

Congratulations to Adam Gorseth for placing 1st among Class B 9th and 10th graders at the Jamestown Math Meet on Tuesday.

Congratulations to the Carrington FBLA chapter on a successful state conference where 14 students qualified for the national conference!
Ashley Neumiller is the state champion in Future Business Leader
Sylvie Pate and Savanna Friedt are the state champions in Intro to Business Presentation
Savanna Friedt is the state champion in Intro to Business Communication
Adam Gorseth is the state champion in Intro to Financial Math
Destiny Stedman is the state champion in Public Speaking I
Grace Wolsky, Addison Hoorneart, and Marah Schmitz took 2nd in Intro to Business Presentation
Kadyn Mehring, Amanda Jarrett, and Sasha Yankton took 2nd in Public Service Announcement
Emerson Hoorneart, Cedar Anderson, and Haley Hewitt took 3rd in Public Service Announcement
Abbey Nuemiller took 5th in Spreadsheet Applications
Sage Friedt took 6th in Public Speaking II
Carmen Pederson and Maara Nelson took 7th in Digital Video Production
Kaylee Weninger took 7th in Publication Design
Madeline Allmaras took 8th in Health Care Administration 
Our chapter took 3rd in Local Annual Business Report, 10th in the Scrapbook event, and was recognized as a gold level chapter.
Savanna Friedt was elected to the state officer team as the Region IV Vice President!
Congratulation to all participants!

A big thank you to all the student athletes from Illa and Virgil Zink for being voted Honorary C Club winners.  They were very honored by the award.

The Oakes School District will have teachers visiting our school today.  Please welcome our guests.

There is a Student Council meeting during I/E time today.  Juniors and Seniors unable to attend can nominate students for next year’s senior cabinet or class representatives by letting Mr. Nowatzki know by the end of the week.

ACT Aspire Testing for grade 9 is scheduled for periods 1-3.

Today is one of those busy days when the library is closed almost all day for testing. It will only be open during period 4 and period 7! It is CLOSED during I/E!! Please keep this in mind and remind students that they will have to return or renew books between classes.

Dance team tryouts are scheduled for Tuesday, April 4th thru Friday, April 7 in the commons area from 4:00-6:00.

The Prom and JR/SR Banquet Sign-up sheets are located in the office.  Please stop by to sign up and pick up your prom contract and Photo envelope.

Reminder from the library: Check your library due dates! Many are overdue! There are many absences for school activities during the spring, so be sure to return or renew your books before they are due to avoid late fines.

From the library: Today's quote is from John Green, the author of several books including The Fault in Our Stars : "Reading forces you to be quiet in a world that no longer makes a place for that." The library asks you to join us tomorrow for our Reading Takes You Places day. Please wear a shirt with a place name on it to show your support of reading at CHS.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!


 

April 4, 2017

The soup on the salad bar is chili.

Congratulations to the speech team on winning the speech meet in Harvey on Saturday! 22 Individual awards were received. Destiny Stedman state qualified in extemp speaking. Top Novices were Ella Nowatzki in Dramatic, Rori Ricter in Poetry, and Ella and Rori in serious duo. See the announcements for a complete list of awards.

Speech Awards, April 1:
Mason Rose: 2nd in humorous, 5th in poetry
Caedon Pederson: 3rd in serious and dramatic
Rori Ricter: 8th in serious and persuade
Lori Struxness: 2nd in storytelling
Xavier Mattice: 6th in entertain, 7th in humorous
Jessalyn Thomas: 3rd in radio, 5th in serious
Mason Rose/Jessalyn Thomas: 3rd in serious duo
Kaylee Weninger: 2nd in inform and persuade; 4th in impromptu
Destiny Stedman: 1st in Extemp, 2nd in radio, 6th in inform
Ella Nowatzki: 7th in persuade

There will be a yearbook meeting in Miss Whipple's room during I/E today for sophomores, juniors and seniors ONLY. 

Varsity track team has a meet today at Kindred starting at 4:00.  Students will be dismissed at 12:20, bus will leave at 12:30

There is a Math Meet today in Jamestown.

The FFA banquet will be held tonight at 6:30.

Dance team tryouts are scheduled for Tuesday, April 4th thru Friday, April 7 in the commons area from 4:00-6:00.

The Prom and JR/SR Banquet Sign-up sheets are located in the office.  Please stop by to sign up and pick up your prom contract and Photo envelope.

Reminder to students:  The search dog will be returning to our building again this spring.  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!
Congratulations to Aiden Aberle who has joined the Million Word club and to Willow Johnson who has read Two Million Words. 

From the library: April is School Library Month, so we are celebrating in the library with April is Reading Month! We'll have a variety of activities going on and new books to enjoy. Each day, we'll have a reading quote to reflect on for the day. Today's quote is: "A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one." (George RR Martin). We look forward to seeing you in the library this month as we celebrate the power of reading!

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!



 

April 3, 2017

Happy Birthday today to Marah Schmitz.

The soup on the salad bar is knephla.

The FFA banquet will be held on Tuesday, April 4th at 6:30.

Golf practice today will be at 3:30 in MS 2 – Mr. Morgan's room.

The bus for the math meet will leave at 8:15 Tuesday morning by the bus shop. 

Dance team tryouts are scheduled for Tuesday, April 4th thru Friday, April 7 in the commons area from 4:00-6:00.

The Prom and JR/SR Banquet Sign-up sheets are located in the office.  Please stop by to sign up and pick up your prom contract and Photo envelope.

These are your morning announcements.  Have a great day!