Wednesday

 

 CHS DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, September 8 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: 

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Homecoming:
Dress Up Days:
Thursday – Throwback ------- Seniors: The 80’s; Juniors: The 90’s;
                                                 
Sophomores: The 70’s; Freshman – The 50’s
Friday – School Spirit Day ----- Blue, White, Neon, Homecoming Shirts

POWDER PUFF game:
TONIGHT ---- 6:00 pm start time – gates open at 5:00 pm. Cost - $2.00 cash.
TAILGATE PARTY BEFORE the game…..
Great Meal cooked by the Culinary Arts Students served out of the Home Side Concession Stand
Pulled Pork Plate is ONLY $10.00 includes:
Pork with Sauce, Cheesy Potato Casserole, Baked Beans, Homemade Dinner Roll, Cole Slaw, Choice of dessert and Bottle of water

All Girls playing Powder Puff --- IF you did NOT get your jersey yet --- you can pick it up after school TODAY in Mr. Klein's room, room 252 if you are a Junior. Barrand’s room 202 if you are a Senior. If you have not paid for your jersey – you NEED to bring $25.00.

*The Senior Powder Puff team - Be on the field for the game no later than 5pm tonight

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 a 10-12 Student Services or at the CFC office.

 

FRESHMAN:

 

CLUBS/ACTIVITIES:

ATHLETICS:

 

IN CHARGER ACTION:
Last night the varsity volleyball team defeated Northrop in three sets to improve the 11-2. Leading the Chargers were Ellie Frey with 7 kills, Kaley Matney with 7 aces and 5 digs, Olivia Gisslen with 7 kills and 17 assists, and Isabelle Shelton with 6 kills and 5 digs.

The JV team improved to 10-1 and the freshmen improved to 7-0.
The teams travel to Bellmont tonight and Dwenger Thursday.

The JV football team defeated Northside 19-16 last night to bring their season record to 2-1.

 

 

ACTIVITY PERIOD:
Clubs that ARE meeting:
10-12 Ambassadors – Front Conference Room
Chargers Fighting Cancer – OFFICERS ONLY – 102
Club Charla – 158
Fashion Club – LEADERS ONLY – 131
FBLA – 128
FCCLA – LEADERS ONLY – 144
FFA – 411
Gamers Club – 110
Interact Club – Alumni Gym
Lacrosse Appreciation Club – 210
Magic of the Gathering Club – 104
Short Film – LEADERS ONLY – 417
Spike-Ball Club – ONLY those who have signed up BEFORE – Fieldhouse
Recycling – 10-12 Student Council Members ONLY – Commons
Senior Powder Puff Team – room 214