Wednesday

 

 CHS DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 20 2021

 

Good Morning Carroll ----

 

 

Please stand for the ----

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:  I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands: One Nation under God, indivisible, With Liberty and Justice for all.

 

 

Please be seated for a ----

MOMENT OF SILENCE

 

 

GUIDANCE: 

College and Military Representatives will be here during lunch time in the 10-12 Cafeteria.

During your lunch go to the stage to visit with the representatives to learn more about their college or branch of service.

Wednesday, Oct. 20th – Grace College

Thursday, Oct. 21st – Air National Guard

Monday, Oct. 25th – Miami University of Ohio

 

 

Apprenticeship Fair at Ivy Tech. Community College

On Friday, November 19th Ivy Tech is hosting an Apprenticeship Fair. If you are more of a hands-on person and interested in learning about a specific trade – an apprenticeship may be worth looking into. At the Fair – students will see live demonstrations on skilled trades, learn how apprenticeships can teach you a skill while you earn money, and talk with industry representatives. Students will be taking a bus from Carroll to Ivy Tech and back. You must sign up for this event outside of the 10-12 Guidance Office by October 22nd.

 

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students Driving to School at this time:

You NEED to have a CHS student parking permit displayed in your vehicle. To purchase a permit ---- bring your driver’s licenses, vehicle registration for the car you are driving, and $30.00 cash or check to student services before or after school.

 

Teacher of the Month:

Students nominate your teacher for Teacher of the Month. Forms are available in 10-12 Student Services or at the CFC office.

 

 

 

 

 

10-12 Semi Formal:

Student Council will be sponsoring the annual Semi Formal dance on Saturday, November 13th, from 8pm-11pm.  This year's theme is "Neon Nights."  Tickets are $20 each and will be on sale the week of November 1st-5th, before and after school.  We are limiting tickets to the first 1000 people so make sure that you get yours early.  Masks will be required.  Outside guests are allowed, but you must fill out a guest form and turn it into Student Services by Friday, November 5th.  Forms are available in student services.

 

 

FRESHMAN:

Semi-Formal

A special evening is right around the corner for our class, the semi-formal! Mark your calendars for November 13th! The theme is Fall Ball and it is going to be packed with fun! Tickets will be on sale November 1st-5th during lunches.  Cost is $20 per ticket! We hope to see you there! Bring your dancing shoes and a snazzy outfit!  More information will be coming.

 

 

 

 

CLUBS/ACTIVITIES:

BAND:

The band department is starting to prepare for its winter season activities – which include the Jazz 2 and 3 bands, jazz combo, winter percussion ensemble, and the winter guard programs. Students not currently in the band program are still eligible to become a member of one of these groups. If you are interested - go to the band web site www.carrollbands.org and look for the link entitled “Winter Band and Guard”. Questions? - contact Mr. Hassell or Mr. Frazier for more details.  

 

 

 

ATHLETICS:

*Volunteer Hours:

Are you looking for volunteer hours?  We are looking for help for Friday, October 29th (approx. 5:00-10:00) in the concession stand.  Contact Mr. Ginder in the Athletic Department.

 

*Gymnastics:

There will be a brief meeting in the cafeteria at 3:35 on Friday, October 22nd for anyone interested in trying out for the gymnastics team.

 

 

 

 

IN CHARGER ACTION:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACTIVITY PERIOD:

Clubs that ARE meeting:

Animation Club – 124

Best Buddies Just Dance Club – INVITE ONLY - 122

Carroll Students Defending Life – 207

Chess/Go Club – 154

Connections Club – A11

Crochet Club – CURRENT members ONLY – 150

Enlightened – Alumni Gym

eSports – Small Auditorium

Fashion Club – 131

Horror Club – 109

Interact – E Board ONLY - 221

Mental Health Club – 1st 28 people ONLY – A22

Paintball Club – 1st 25 people ONLY – 149

Rugby Appreciation – 403

Spanish Honor Society – Newly Accepted Members and Officers ONLY - 157

10-12 Student Council – 252

The United Club – 257

United at the Cross – 535

Writer’s Guild – C12