Monday, April 15, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Respectful by honoring public and private property

April is the official Month of the Military Child.  Due to this fact, this month is a good time to recognize and show our respect to all Military Youth for the sacrifices they make to celebrate them as the strong and resilient individuals that they are.  Montana has over 6,000 military-connected youth and hundreds of kids across the state will have a parent deployed in 2019.  In light of the Month of the Military Child, on Thursday, 2nd period teachers will give you the link to watch the video produced by the Child and Youth Program of Montana.  The short video will play during announcement time. Likewise, please remember to wear purple on Thursday to celebrate the Month of the Military Child.

We will feature Green Screen video and robotics at our FABLAB today during lunch.   Bring your lunch and come to the library.

Vigilante rosters and insurance forms can be completed online anytime. The registration committee will have these printed out for you when you turn in all other paperwork, Tuesday through Thursday after school. At the registration times listed in the parade regulations, your chairperson will bring 2 copies of your historical essay, a printed-out map to your build site, workday affidavits from each member on your committee, and a signed adult supervisor form.

Senior Awards Night is coming up! Seniors, if you have received a scholarship or college award, please bring a copy of it the Career Center asap so we can recognize you on Senior Awards Night!

Please sign up for a chance to participate in the first ever CHS DEAL OR NO DEAL on May 8th during the pep assembly.  Players will be chosen at random for the game.  There will be 2 from each class chosen. The sign-up coffee cans will be in the office.

There will be a boys basketball meeting, Wednesday 4/17 at lunch in room 221 (Mr. LaRue’s room) to discuss summer information.

Congratulations to Ms. Selchs’s 3rd period class for raising a grand total of $49.95 for Key Club’s Pennies for Patients campaign. Honorable mention goes to Ms. Baranek’s homeroom for raising $36.20.

Are you interested in representing Capital High on the Helena District School Board as a student representative?  Students are eligible to serve a one-year term during their junior or senior year.  If interested, you can pick up an application starting today in the career center.  Applications are due to Barb Ridgway at the May Butler Center by April 26th.  Interviews are scheduled to take place the week of May 6th.

Intramurals will begin today at lunch.

There will be a Bruins volleyball meeting on April 17th at lunch in G1 (health room) regarding summer information.

National Honor Society recently held an election for “Most Inspirational Teacher”.  The winner was: (Drum roll please) …………………………. Mr. Peterson!   Congratulations Mr. Peterson and Thank You for all you do to inspire your students!

Activities for the Week of April 15-20, 2019

Mon        JV Softball              3 pm        Belgrade @ NW Park

Mon        Var Softball           5pm         Belgrade @NW Park

Fri           Var Tennis             10 am       at Bozeman          

Sat          Girls Track             11 am       at Bozeman

Sat          Boys Track             11 am       at Bozeman

Sat          JV Softball              12/2 pm   Glacier @ NW Park

Sat          Var/JV Softball      12/2 pm   Glacier @ NW Park

Sat           JV Tennis               9 am          Bozeman @ CHS