Monday, October 21, 2019

Expectation of the Week:

Be Respectful by performing a random act of kindness

Attention students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses:

Payment for the AP exams begins Thursday, Oct 10th and runs through Thursday, Oct 31st.  The cost is $100 per exam and should be paid through the bookkeeper.

This week is Career Week in the Career Center for those students who will be entering the workforce or military out of high school.

On Tuesday we will offer a career Q&A luncheon. Pizza will be provided.

On Thursday we will offer a military careers Q&A at lunchtime.

A representative from Missoula College will be in the Career Center today at 11:30 am.

A representative from Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont will be in the Career Center tomorrow at 2:30. Please see Mrs. Doran if you would like a pass to either of these presentations.

Senior trip? Family time? Christmas? Birthday? Graduation gift? College entrance boost? Educational opportunity of a Lifetime?  You name it!!!!  Come with Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Butler to Rome and Greece and cross off an epoch travel experience from your bucket list!  Come to our Wednesday, October 23rd parent/student fundraising meeting in the photo room T 7 at 5:30.  See you there!

For anyone interested in playing tennis this spring, there will be an informational meeting in Coach Swenson’s room (207) at lunch next Tuesday. We will discuss open gym dates and times, important season information, our fundraiser, and a new  club membership scholarship. This meeting will be brief but it is important. If you cannot attend the meeting, please see Coach Swenson next week to get the information. Bring a friend to room 207 at lunch next Tuesday if you are interested in playing tennis this spring, we hope to see you there!

Join Youth in Government and see where you fit in. Run for governor, be a senator, lawyer, representative, judge, or reporter. At the same time, you will make great friends across the state and learn about democracy. Come to the Youth in Government meeting today and find out what is all about!

Thank you to all of you who donated kids’ food pack items for Food Share- Capital High ended up winning the crosstown food drive as it was announced at crosstown volleyball last Thursday evening.  Students from CHS are able to attend the volleyball games this Tuesday night for free as a result of the victory. Bring your school ID.