Thursday, September 12, 2019



Seniors- If you have a shot record to turn in, please get this to Nurse Kline. 


*Student Emails ----

Students you should be checking your student emails DAILY.

We will no longer be sending paper reminders for Monday Schools or Detentions.

Reminders will be sent to your student email account.



Colleges will be coming to Carroll.

Juniors and Seniors are allowed to attend.

You must sign up outside of the guidance office by the day before the visit.

Fri. Sept. 13 – 1:00 pm IUPUI

Fri. Sept. 13 – 2:00 pm Purdue W. Lafayette

Mon. Sept. 16 – 1:00 pm Ohio University

Mon. Sept. 16 – 2:00 pm Valpo

Tues. Sept. 17 – 10:00 am – Franklin College

Tues. Sept. 17 – 1:00 pm Brown University


*An SAT prep seminar will be offered to students here at Carroll on Sept 16th and 17th from 3:45-6:15 in the multipurpose room. In this seminar, you will learn tips to improve scores in all subtests, practice strategies to eliminate wrong choices, take short practice tests that mirror the real test experience, reduce test anxiety, gain confidence and much more.  You will also receive extensive materials for home practice. Register at or see your counselor for information!


*If you are interested in tutoring after school or on weekends, please stop by the guidance office and get an application. Once completed, the application is returned to guidance. If approved, you will be placed on a tutor list in which counselors share your name and contact information with students or parents interested in a tutor for a certain subject. You choose which subject(s) you would like to be a tutor for as well as what age of student such as elementary, middle school or high school. (9/20)


*The Guidance Department will be taking a group of students to the Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 166 “Industry Advancement and Apprenticeship Promotion Week” on Tuesday, September 24th from 9:30-11 at their training facility here in Fort Wayne. This event will show first-hand what a trade organization and school can provide. They offer a five-year program through their Joint Apprenticeship Training with Ivy Tech that awards each graduate with a Degree of Applied Science. Upon entry into the apprenticeship, students immediately start on-the-job-training with a contractor, earning wages. A tour will be given through the training facility to show the process behind becoming a well-rounded skilled Tradesman and how Local 166 helps students accomplish this at a fraction of the cost of the standard college experience. Local 166 offers careers in a number of fields, including Plumbing, Pipefitting, Welding, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Maintenance, and Service. If interested in attending, please sign-up outside of Guidance by Friday, September 20th.


*On October 4th from 9:00-2:00, the Guidance Office will be taking a group of students to Ivy Tech for a Career Exploration Event, which will allow students to explore, experience, and engage with over 50 employers in manufacturing and construction industries from Northeast Indiana in hands-on exploration activities. If interested in attending, please sign-up outside of Guidance by Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.


*Trine University will host the 37th consecutive IACAC sanctioned Great Lakes Potawatomi Regional College Fair for high school students on Thursday, October 10, 2019 from 6:00-8:00pm.  The event will be held in Trine University’s brand new MTI Center Last year over 60 colleges and universities attended.



*Homecoming Week:

Dress Up Days:

Friday-Spirit Day


*Ecotour Adventure: The adventure of a lifetime could be yours the summer of 2020 if you join the annual Ecotour to Costa Rica. This Ecotour is led by science teachers and loaded with ADVENTURE activities like kayaking, zip lining, boating, aerial trams, hiking, waterfalls, and swimming. Come explore many incredible ecosystems and national parks full biodiversity like monkeys, sea turtles, crocodiles, and toucans. There will also be plenty of CULTURAL and EDUCATIONAL activities as well like exploring multiple small towns and touring cocoa, coffee, and pineapple plantations. For adventure information see Mr. Walker in room 110 or you can attend a meeting on Tuesday, September 17th or Wednesday, September 18th at 7pm.

*Charger Online:
Would you like to know why there was a car in the commons yesterday? Why fewer teens are driving than a generation ago? Or which sports is taking over the Athletic Department Instagram feed? Would you like to read how Victoria Valentine overcame cancer to return to school? Find out answers to all these questions and more at the Charger Online. Google it and click on the first one that comes up. Or



If you have any shot records/immunization records, please give them to Mrs. Caswell, in the CFC Clinic. 



*French Club:
If you’d like to experience the French culture and language then please join us at the first French Club Meeting September 25th during activity period.  Throughout the year we will focus on French culture through various activities such as the annual fashion show and eating French cuisine.  This club is open to all who are interested and have paid their dues.  Dues are $8 and you get a club shirt.





*Girls golf defeated East Noble and Huntington North at Noble Hawk with a 181 Wednesday night.  Melissa Francis was medalist with a 40, Tiffany Chin 45, Graham Ruselink 46, Elizabeth Kindler 50 and Emily Linder 50.  Great job Ladies!

*The boys’ tennis team won last night against Dekalb, with the varsity winning 5-0 and the reserves winning 8-0. Winning for the chargers were Luke Stoffel at #1 singles, Griffin Martin at #2 singles, Josh Jackson at #3 singles, Kyle Hoerr and Ethan Koenemen at #1 doubles, and Max Carmody and Tyler Gibson at #2 doubles. The team plays adams central tonight at home.