Daily Bulletin

DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 2020

DATE/CLUB/ORGANIZATION

TIME

LOCATION

SPONSOR

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16TH

 

 

 

Art Club

3:00

 

Jones

Environmental Club

3:00

D200

Bottje

Interact

3:05

C203

Lopez

Science Club

3-3:30

D201

Asaturian

Scrapbooking Club

3:00-5:00

G101

Drue

SkillsUSA

3:00

H114

Terry

Spanish Club

3:05

J107

Rendon

Thespians Club

3:15

C114

Dubach

FRIDAY, JANUARY 17TH

 

 

 

Computer Club (SMASH Bros tourney)

3:30-6:30

Cafeteria

Absher

German Club

3:10

J105

Bassett

Junior Class Officer meeting

3:15-4:15

Walnut Street Hallway

Lewis/Fields

World Language apps due

3:00

World Language Dept

WL teacher

 

WEEKLY LUNCH MENU (Subject to change)

MONDAY

 

TUESDAY

 

WEDNESDAY

 

THURSDAY

1/16

FRIDAY

1/17

 

 

 

 

Spaghetti w/ meat sauce

Carrots

Peas

Fruit/ranch

Milk

Chicken Patty on bun

Chips

Lettuce/tomato

Red pepper w/ dip

Fruit

Milk

 

CCHS TERRIERS ATHLETIC SCHEDULE

Thursday 1/16/20

Bowling vs. Harrisburg 4pm

Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Cape Central A/B 6:15pm

JV/Varsity Girls Basketball at Mt. Vernon 6:15pm

Friday 1/17/20

JV/Varsity Boys Basketball at Centralia 6:15pm

Saturday 1/18/20

IHSA Boys Bowling Regionals at Carterville 9am

Wrestling at Mahomet Seymour 9am

JV/Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Cahokia 12pm

JV/Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Nashville 3:30pm

 

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

The DIAL Yearbook Meeting for today has been canceled.  Our next meeting will be on Thursday, January 23rd.

 

Congratulations to Jodie Meredith and Ryan Hawk for winning a gift card from the Terrier Pride Survey drawing.  30 additional students will be receiving a small prize during class today.  Thank you to all who took the survey.

 

Only two days remain to take the Student Council Compatibility Survey in all English 1, English 2, Am. History and Civics classes.  All surveys must be taken by Friday.  Survey results will be sold for $2 during Winter Spirit Week with the proceeds going to the Coach Kill Cancer Fund.  

 

Student Council will have a very important meeting on Tuesday, January 21st in the cafeteria at 3:10 pm. We will be selecting spirit week dress up themes for winter spirit week and kicking off the St. Jude Toy Drive.  See Mrs. Jones with any questions.

 

 

Thespians Club will meet today, Thursday January 16th, at 3:15 in C-114, Ms. Dubach's room. We will plan for the Multicultural Festival and an upcoming movie day.

 

Just a reminder that Math Credit recovery will be in session after school today, January 16th, starting at 3:15.  We are located on the left side of the Media Center and we're excited to get you back on track! 

 

SENIORS:  Cap and gown/diploma orders are now OVERDUE. You MUST turn in this paperwork and your $30.00 cap/gown fee to the Principal’s Office today.  If you are having a problem meeting this deadline, you must see Ms. Cissell in the Principal’s Office today, Thursday, January 16th.  

 

ART CLUB:  There will be an Art Club meeting today, Thursday, January 16th, after school.

 

SCRAPBOOKING CLUB: Scrapbooking Club will meet today, Thursday, January 16th, in room G101 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

SkillsUSA: There will be a SkillsUSA meeting today, Thursday January 16th after school in H114. We will discuss the upcoming regional contest and SkillsUSA Week activities.

 

INTERACT will meet today, Thursday, January 16th at 3:05 in room C203. 

 

SCIENCE CLUB: There is a science club meeting today, Thursday, January 16th, from 3 to 3:30 to discuss our St Louis Field trip.  Meet in D201

 

SPANISH CLUB:  Spanish Club will meet today, Thursday, January 16th, @ 3:05 in Room J107 (Ms. Rendon's room).  We will set our calendar dates and activities for the rest of the year.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB will meet today, Thursday, January 16th after school at 3:00 in room D200.  We will be making plans for the rest of the year.  Hope to see you there!

 

COMPUTER CLUB will be hosting a Smash Brothers tournament in the CCHS Cafeteria from 3:30 until 6:30 tomorrow, Friday, January 17th.  The entry fee is $3.00. Pizza and soda will be available for purchase.  

 

THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT are taking applications for Honors English 2 and 3. If you are interested in applying to be in Honors English, please pick up an application from your English teacher.  The deadlines for submission are as follows:  To be Juniors – TOMORROW, FRIDAY, January 17th.  To be Sophomores – February 28th.

 

WORLD LANGUAGES HONORS APPLICATIONS are now available from all World Language teachers. They are also available on the bulletin board in the World Language Hallway. These are due to your teacher or Mr. Taylor by TOMORROW, Friday, January 17, 2020.

 

GERMAN CLUB:  Do you like to play games and learn new languages? Are you competitive? Come to German Club's GAME DAY tomorrow, Friday, January 17th!  We will be hosting a variety of games with multiple opportunities to win gift cards! All students are welcome to attend! The German Club meeting will be at 3:10pm in room J105 in the World Languages Hallway! Hope to see you there! 

 

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS:  We will be meeting in the Cafeteria tomorrow, Friday, January 17th at the Walnut Street Hallway at 3:15pm to discuss game dates and prom.  Please be in attendance for this important, informational meeting. (Miss Purple and Miss Lewis)

 

SENIORS CONCESSIONS: The link for seniors to sign up to work concessions is open through Friday, January 17th at 3 pm.  Each shift of concessions worked is $5 off your senior trip deposit of $20. 

 

SENIORS VS FACULTY BASKETBALL GAME:  Membership forms to participate in the Senior vs. Faculty basketball game on Thursday, February 6th at 7 pm will be passed out in all civics classes today.  Forms and $10 t-shirt money are due in the Principal's Office by Wednesday, January 30th.  Proceeds from the event will go to the senior class.  

 

COMPATIBILITY SURVEYS have been sent out for all students to take in English 1, English 2, American History, and Civics classes this week.  Complete the survey and then purchase your double sided color personalized print out for $2.00 during winter spirit week in February.   

 

GOOD LUCK TO THE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM tonight as they travel to take on Mt. Vernon in South 7 Conference action at 6:15pm.  

 

GOOD LUCK TO THE TERRIER BOWLING TEAM as they host Harrisburg at 4pm.  

 

 

 

 

PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

SATURDAY'S GIRLS’ AND BOYS’ BASKETBALL GAMES is tropical day.  Wear your best luau wear to show your support for the Terriers.  The girls game against Cahokia starts at 12 pm and the boys game against Nashville starts at 3:30 pm.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS: The sign-up link to work concessions for the senior class has been extended through Friday.  Check your CCHS email for the link.  Seniors who work will receive $5 off their senior trip per shift.

 

TERRIER TALENT SHOW: Want to win $250?  Audition for the 2020 Terrier Talent Show.  Sign-ups for an audition will be during lunch next week, January 21st-January 23rd with the auditions the following week after school.  More details will be posted soon.  See Mrs. Jones in the Student Activities Office with any questions. 

 

QUILL: Creative Writing club has pushed back the submission due date to January 31st, so there is still plenty of time to submit poetry, short stories, art, and photography.

 

STUDENTS:  Are you a member of a club or organization outside of CCHS who may be interested in participating in our annual Multicultural Festival on Wednesday, February 5th, 2020?  Details of the festival are available with Ms. Cissell in the Principal’s Office.  Please stop by and pick up an application as soon as possible.  Thank you!

 

EXTRA SENIOR APPAREL is now for sale in the student activities office.  Short sleeve for $10, long sleeve $15, crew neck sweat shirt $20, and hoodie $25.  They will not last long, so don't wait to buy.

 

TERRIER TUTORING: Media Center from 3:15-4:45 pm., on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

 

PRE-ORDERED SENIOR SHIRTS can be picked up in the Student Activities Office before school, during lunch, or after school this week.  Extra senior shirts will be available for purchase later in the week.

 

SENIORS: Need help or have a question about completing the FAFSA? Visit the Counseling Office today! Check your email for more details. All college-bound seniors are encouraged to complete the FAFSA.

 

JUNIORS:  Thank you for your participation in the Prom Theme Poll.  The theme for Prom will be “A Night in Paris” Prom will be held on April 25th at the Civic Center.  Please stay tuned for more information on Prom in the coming months.

 

DON'T FORGET ABOUT TERRIER TUTORING! Terrier Tutoring is your secret weapon in getting the best grades in your classes. We are open 3:15 to 4:45 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in rooms B202 and B204 in the Media Center. We are ready to help you in math, science, and English!

 

MEDIA CENTER:  After school hours are M-TH 3:00 - 5:30 and F 3:00 - 4:00.

 

COUNSELING:

 

STUDENTS APPLYING FOR THE GARWIN FAMILY FOUNDATION, your complete application is due promptly at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, January 24th.  This includes your online application, resume, letter of intent, 2 letters of recommendation, transcript, and portfolio (if applying in the arts).  Do not forget you are responsible to apply independently to one or more enrichment programs & financial aid as well.

 

SENIORS:  Be sure to check your email for a link to the 2020 General Scholarship Application.  It was sent to every senior on December 4th and 6th.  Every college bound senior should complete this application for a chance to win a local scholarship to help with college expenses.  You can also check Naviance at your convenience for available local and national scholarships. 

 

Class of 2022: HOBY, the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership State Seminar, will be accepting registration from parents seeking HOBY experience for their children beginning in January of 2020. HOBY’s mission is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service and innovation. HOBY programs provide youth to participate in unique leadership training, service-learning and motivation-building experiences. This seminar is 3-4 days of fun, interactive leadership training, meeting state leaders, and making new friends (Dates: 6/18/2019-6/21/2019 at Illinois Wesleyan University). Registration must be self-paid. For more information, send an email to: registration@hoby.org.