Daily Bulletin

Posted on March 1, 2019

Friday, March 1, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Responsible by asking for your make up work when you miss class

Bear Necessities and NP Club are still raising money for Haydee. Come buys some candy and show our love and support

All students with ideas for dress-up themes for state- please come to Mrs. Goody’s room (Room 211) on Monday at lunchtime to come up with ideas that will then be voted on via social media.  Go Bru!

Activities February 25 – March 1

Thurs-Sat         Boys BB Divisional       at Glacier

Thurs – Sat      Girls BB Divisional       at Glacier

Sun – Wed       Band                              at Billings

Posted on February 27, 2019

Thursday, February 28, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Responsible by asking for your make up work when you miss class

There will be preseason signups for girls track for anyone planning on participating today after school by the Fitness Center.   See Coach McMahon after school by the training room if you have any questions.

Bear Necessities and NP Club are still raising money for Haydee, Come buys some candy and show our Love and support

Would you like to travel to Rome, cruise the Greek Islands after exploring ancient Athens in June of 2020?  If so, come to our student informational meeting on Thursday, Feb 28th at 5:30 in Mrs. Butler’s room.  She is located in room 115.  Come join the fun and find out how you can fundraise the trip of your dreams.  You will tour Michelangelo’s Rome, experience the beauty of Vatican City, view the ancient Roman ruins of Pompeii, envision yourself in A.D. 79 when Mount Vesuvius erupted, walk in the footsteps of ancient Olympians and before you say “Arrivederci” toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain to ensure a return trip to the Eternal City of Rome. Come to the meeting and find out how it is done.  See you Thurs. at our parent and student informational meeting.

All sophomore students will take the CRT science assessment during their regularly scheduled BIOLOGY class March 12-14.  Please plan in advance to be present for the assessment.

All students with ideas for dress up themes for state- please come to Mrs. Goody’s room (Room 211) on Monday at lunchtime to come up with ideas that will then be voted on via social media.  Go Bru!

Activities February 25 – March 1

Thurs-Sat         Boys BB Divisional       at Glacier

Thurs – Sat      Girls BB Divisional       at Glacier

Sun – Wed       Band                              at Billings

Posted on February 27, 2019

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Responsible by asking for your make up work when you miss class

Attention Seniors!! If you purchased a cap and gown from Jostens, pick up will be in the main foyer next Wednesday, February 27 beginning at 10:30. Any other items already purchased will be available for pick up as well.

Liz Burke from the National Forest Service will be here today at lunch in Mr. Tuss’ room (230) to talk about the Youth Forest Monitoring Program.  It is a summer opportunity for high school students to work on projects about forestry, water quality, and invasive species.  Students who complete the program receive a stipend!

There will be preseason signups for girls track for anyone planning on participating this Wednesday, February 27th and Thursday, February 28th after school by the Fitness Center.   See Coach McMahon after school by the training room if you have any questions.

DECA Raffle items need to be brought to Tech-1 by Wednesday

Bear Necessities and NP Club are still raising money for Haydee. Come buy some candy and show our love and support

Would you like to travel to Rome, cruise the Greek Islands after exploring ancient Athens in June of 2020?  If so, come to our student informational meeting on Thursday, Feb 28th in Mrs. Butler’s room.  She is located in room 115.  Come join the fun and find out how you can fundraise the trip of your dreams.  You will tour Michelangelo’s Rome, experience the beauty of Vatican City, view the ancient Roman ruins of Pompeii, envision yourself in A.D. 79 when Mount Vesuvius erupted, walk in the footsteps of ancient Olympians and before you say “Arrivederci” toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain to ensure a return trip to the Eternal City of Rome. Come to the meeting and find out how it is done.  See you Thurs. at our parent and student informational meeting.

 

Posted on February 22, 2019

Monday, February 25, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Responsible by asking for your make up work when you miss class 

Attention Seniors!! If you purchased a cap and gown from Jostens, pick up will be in the main foyer next Wednesday, February 27 beginning at 10:30. Any other items already purchased will be available for pick up as well.

Coach Gilboy, Coach Darfler, and Coach McMahon would like to meet with the girls’ distance and X-Country athletes next Tuesday, February 26th after school.   See Coach Darfler or McMahon after school by the training room if you have any questions.

Liz Burke from the National Forest Service will be here this Wednesday at lunch in Mr. Tuss’ room (230) to talk about the Youth Forest Monitoring Program.  It is a summer opportunity for high school students to work on projects about forestry, water quality, and invasive species.  Students who complete the program receive a stipend!

 

Posted on February 22, 2019

Friday, February 22, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Respectful by looking out for one another and encourage good choices

Attention Seniors!! If you purchased a cap and gown from Jostens, pick up will be in the main foyer next Wednesday, February 27 beginning at 10:30. Any other items already purchased will be available for pick up as well.

Deca Club members – need your raffle donations turned in by Friday the 22nd!!

When you reach the top of the Acropolis and look out across Athens, Greece, history stands still.  In the shadows of the 2,400-year-old ruins, remnants of columns can be seen and the only sound you hear is the ancient gravel beneath your feet. When you take a cruise through the Greek Islands, each port brings new discoveries and timeless lessons. Crystal blue waters, white washed houses, and amazing beaches. Come by room 115 to find out how you can experience all of this! Also, do you know what oracle of Delphi is?  See us in room 115 to tell us your answer and if you are correct you win a prize!

Free presentation at Carroll College: 

Join us at Carroll College- Monday (February 25, 2019) at 7 PM in the Simperman Hall Room 101/201 (https://www.carroll.edu/carroll-college/campus-map)  for an inspirational presentation by Drew Hunthausen.   From an 11-year-old all-star baseball player and golfer, to suffering near death through a three month long coma, to being a totally blind and hearing impaired triathlete, best-selling author, snow skier, and motivational speaker, Drew Hunthausen inspires his audiences to “Create an Extraordinary Life!”  Presentations are based on Drew’s “No Excuses” life philosophy, which he shares through moving stories and images of the challenges he has overcome. He gives attendees real tools to overcome their own challenges and create an extraordinary life utilizing powerful principles.  The event is free- and is Monday night at 7:00 at Simperman 101/102.

Coach Gilboy, Coach Darfler, and Coach McMahon would like to meet with the girls’ distance and X-Country athletes next Tuesday, February 26th after school.   See Coach Darfler or McMahon after school by the training room if you have any questions.

Activities February 18-23

Fri           S/JV/Var Girls BB             4/5:45/7:30 pm              Cross-town at CHS

Fri           Frosh Girls BB                 4:30 pm                           Cross-town at 4G

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Boys BB         11:15/1/2:45/4:30 pm   Cross-town at CHS

Posted on January 24, 2019

Friday, January 25, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by making sure you earn 23 credits while at CHS

.If you would like to participate in a basketball activity during the Pep Assembly on February 6th, put your name in at the office for a chance of being chosen! Names will be chosen from each grade level at the pep assembly. We need students from all classes, so please stop by the office now through February 1st. There is a chance to win prizes, including prom tickets for upperclassmen!

.Winter Formal tickets will be sold through January 30th. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door, so go to the foyer during lunch and make sure you are buying your ticket ahead of time. Tickets are one for $20 or two from $35.

.We are excited to announce that University of Montana President Seth Bodnar will be coming to Capital High School next Tuesday, January 29! All students are welcome to join him in the auditorium at lunch!

.Any Freshman through Senior boy not involved in a winter activity who wishes to come out for Track and Field:  There will be a general meeting Tuesday, January 29th, in the classroom below the Training Room.  The meeting will start at 3:30.

Knitting Club is coming back, and we are meeting Fridays at lunch in room (121).

 

Activities January 22-25

Fri           S/JV/Var Boys BB                4/5:45/7:30pm   Glacier at CHS

Fri           Frosh Boys BB                      4:30 pm                 Glacier at 4G

Fri           F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             4/4/5:30/7:15 pm  at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Speech/Debate                                                    State at Kalispell

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Boys BB            9/10:45/12:30/2:15  at CHS

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             10/11:30/1/2:45 at Flathead

Sat          JV/Var Wrestling                 5/7 pm                   at CHS

Sat          Swim                                      12 pm                     at Missoula

Posted on January 23, 2019

Thursday, January 24, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by making sure you earn 23 credits while at CHS

.If you would like to participate in a basketball activity during the Pep Assembly on February 6th, put your name in at the office for a chance of being chosen! Names will be chosen from each grade level at the pep assembly. We need students from all classes, so please stop by the office now through February 1st. There is a chance to win prizes, including prom tickets for upperclassmen!

.All sophomore students will take the CRT science assessment during their regularly scheduled BIOLOGY class March 12-14.  Please plan in advance to be present for the assessment

.Winter Formal tickets will be sold through January 30th. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door, so go to the foyer during lunch and make sure you are buying your ticket ahead of time. Tickets are one for $20 or two from $35.

.The yearbook is submitting our final copy count to the publisher this week!!! This means if you HAVEN’T purchased a yearbook yet and you want to, then you need to either submit a down payment or a payment in full by today.

  1. Purchase by THURSDAY the 24th for $80. If you purchase on or after January 25th the cost goes up to $85 as we are guessing how many books we need and we usually only buy 50 above whatever is ordered by the 24th.
  2. You Purchase online at yearbookforever.com or in person with Mrs. Selch in room 216 or Mrs. Dioso the book keeper

 

. There will be an important meeting for all those interested in playing tennis today at lunch in Coach Swenson’s room 207. Important information including pre-season paperwork, fundraising, and tryout format will be discussed.  This is an important meeting, so if you are unable to attend, make sure to touch base with Coach Swenson this week!

 

.We are excited to announce that University of Montana President Seth Bodnar will be coming to Capital High School next Tuesday, January 29! All students are welcome to join him in the auditorium at lunch!

.DECA will meet today at lunch in Tech 1. We will be discussing state and more fundraising opportunities.

.Junior class student council members- please meet in room 2 (Ms. Foot’s room) at lunch today to discuss Prom- deadlines are approaching.

.Any boy not involved in a winter activity who wishes to come out for Track and Field:  There will be a general meeting Tuesday, January 29th, in the classroom below the Training Room.  The meeting will start at 3:30. This is for Freshmen through Senior boys..

Knitting Club is coming back and we are meeting Fridays at lunch in room (121).

Activities January 22-25

Fri           S/JV/Var Boys BB                4/5:45/7:30pm   Glacier at CHS

Fri           Frosh Boys BB                      4:30 pm                 Glacier at 4G

Fri           F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             4/4/5:30/7:15 pm  at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Speech/Debate                                                    State at Kalispell

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Boys BB            9/10:45/12:30/2:15  at CHS

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             10/11:30/1/2:45 at Flathead

Sat          JV/Var Wrestling                 5/7 pm                   at CHS

Sat          Swim                                      12 pm                     at Missoula

Posted on January 23, 2019

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by making sure you earn 23 credits while at CHS

If you would like to participate in a basketball activity during the Pep Assembly on February 6th, put your name in at the office for a chance of being chosen! Names will be chosen from each grade level at the pep assembly. We need students from all classes, so please stop by the office now through February 1st. There is a chance to win prizes, including prom tickets for upperclassmen!

Winter Formal tickets go on sale TODAY and will be sold through January 30th. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door, so go to the foyer during lunch and make sure you are buying your ticket ahead of time. Tickets are one for $20 or two from $35.

Young people are making an impact on democracy in a way that has never been seen before. 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 Tuesday, January 22 and find out what it is all about.

Power lifting meeting at noon in weight room on Wednesday

There will be a girl’s cross-country meeting on Wednesday at lunch in the Career Center. All team members and those who are interested in joining cross country are invited for pizza and to meet the new head coach.

The yearbook is submitting our final copy count to the publisher this week!!! This means if you HAVEN’T purchased a yearbook yet and you want to, then you need to either submit a down payment or a payment in full by Thursday.

  1. Purchase by THURSDAY the 24th for $80. If you purchase on or after January 25th the cost goes up to $85 as we are guessing how many books we need and we usually only buy 50 above whatever is ordered by the 24th.
  2. You Purchase online at yearbookforever.com or in person with Mrs. Selch in room 216 or Mrs. Dioso the book keeper

Tennis meeting! There will be an important meeting for all those interested in playing tennis on Thursday at lunch in Coach Swenson’s room. Important information including pre-season paperwork, fundraising, and tryout format will be discussed.  This is an important meeting, so if you are unable to attend, make sure to touch base with Coach Swenson this week! Again, if you are interested in playing tennis, come to an important informational meeting on Thursday at lunch in Swenson’s room! If you can’t make it, come talk to Swenson ASAP.

Hope to see you there and bring a friend!

We are excited to announce that University of Montana President Seth Bodnar will be coming to Capital High School next Tuesday, January 29! All students are welcome to join him in the auditorium at lunch!

DECA will meet on Thursday at lunch in Tech 1. We will be discussing state and more fundraising opportunities.

Junior class student council members- please meet in room 2 (Ms. Foot’s room) at lunch on Thursday this week to discuss Prom- deadlines are approaching.

Activities January 22-25

Fri           S/JV/Var Boys BB                4/5:45/7:30pm      Glacier at CHS

Fri           Frosh Boys BB                      4:30 pm                  Glacier at 4G

Fri           F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             4/4/5:30/7:15 pm  at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Speech/Debate                                                     State at Kalispell

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Boys BB            9/10:45/12:30/2:15  at CHS

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             10/11:30/1/2:45       at Flathead

Sat          JV/Var Wrestling                 5/7 pm                       at CHS

Sat          Swim                                      12 pm                        at Missoula

Posted on January 14, 2019

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by making sure you earn 23 credits while at CHS

Semester Tests!  Good Luck!

2019 Semester 1 Test Schedule

Tuesday, January 15      Wednesday, January 16        Thursday, January 17

Per. 0   8:20 –  9:40             Per. 3  8:20 –  9:40                  Per. 6  8:20 –  9:40

Per. 1   9:55 – 11:15            Per. 4  9:55 – 11:15                 Per. 7  9:55 – 11:15

Lunch     11:15 – 11:50       Lunch    11:15 – 11:50           **Lunch will NOT be

                                                                                                             served**

Per. 2  11:50 –  1:10            Per. 5 11:50 –  1:10                      Make-up  11:50 –  2:45

Make-up  1:25 –  2:45        Make-up 1:25 – 2:45

 

Activities January 14-19

Tues       JV/Var Wrestling                 6/7 pm                   at CHS   

Thurs      F/S/JV/Var Boys BB            2:15/4/5:45/7:30   at HHS

Fri           F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             2:15/4/5:45/7:30   at HHS

Sat          Var Wrestling                                                       AA Duals Great Falls

Sat          Swim                                      12:00             Billings at Rocky Mtn. College

Posted on January 11, 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by making sure you earn 23 credits while at CHS

Winter Formal is Friday, February 1st! Check for fliers and posters around the school for information. Tickets will go on sale after finals week.

Power lifting meeting at noon in weight room on Wednesday

Students in Mrs. Anderson Photography class have been decorating the ceiling tiles. You will be amazed by the School Beautification Project recently installed in the Music wing. The goal of the project is to inspire students in the areas that they are most interested in personally, priming students to become involved in art, music, science, math, sports, clubs etc. We want the school to be a comfortable, fun & inspiring place for students to learn. We want students to feel like this is their space. You can find the art beautification Part I in the music wing and Part II in the library foyer. Coming soon is Part III for the main foyer.

Activities January 14-18

Thurs               Boys BBall X-TOWN      2:15/4/5:45/7:30 pm                at HHS

Fri                    Girls BBall X-TOWN       4:30 HMS/4/5:45/7:30 pm       at HHS