Daily Bulletin

DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 

DATE/CLUB

TIME

LOCATION

SPONSOR

TUESDAY, JANUARY 15TH

 

 

 

Diversity Project – final meeting

12:45-1:15

SSR

Media Center

Cissell

Thomas

International Club

3:05

Cafeteria

Cissell

Model UN members

3:00

C113

Bassett

Seniors: Balfour graduation fees

Lunch A/B

Hallway

Cissell

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16TH

 

 

 

Environmental Club

3:00

D200

Bottje

Key Club

3:00

Cafeteria

Antrim

Math honors application due- deadline

3:00

Math teacher

Berg

NEW NHS MEMBER MEETING:

$5 membership dues are due

3:00

D103

Dollins

Shackles

Seniors: Balfour graduation fees

Lunch A/B

Hallway

Cissell

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17TH

 

 

 

Track & Field:

Informational meeting

3:00

 

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18TH

 

 

 

Pizza Day!

(Spanish/Soph Class)

Lunch

A/B

Hallway

Asaturian

German/Rendon

Show Choir:

‘Regards to Broadway’

7:30 pm

Auditorium

Browning

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19TH

 

 

 

Show Choir:

‘Regards to Broadway’

7:30 pm

Auditorium

Browning

MONDAY, JANUARY 21st

No school - MLK birthday

 

 

 

Weekly Lunch Menu

(Subject to change)

MONDAY

 

TUESDAY

1/15

WEDNESDAY

1/16

THURSDAY

1/17

FRIDAY

1/18

 

 

Soft Shell Taco

Lett/Tom

Spanish Rice

Refried beans

Fruit

Milk

Pizza

Salad w/ ranch

Corn

Fruit

Mlk

Chicken Pot Pie

Mashed Potatoes

Green Beans

Fruit/ranch

Milk

 

Chicken patty on bun

Chips

Carrots w/ dip

Steamed broccoli

Fruit

Milk

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:  

SENIORS:  Today and tomorrow of this week (January 15th & 16th), during lunch A&B, Balfour will be here to collect graduation announcement orders and cap and gown fees.  Diploma information sheets will also be collected.    

DIVERSITY PROJECT will have its last meeting today, Tuesday, January 15th, in the Media Center during SSR (12:45-1:15).  

ATTENTION Model UN MEMBERS:  We will be having a meeting today, Tuesday, January 15th, after school in room C113.  Please plan on attending.  You will be receiving important information and paperwork about our trip.

INTERNATIONAL CLUB will have an important planning meeting today, Tuesday, January 15th, in the cafeteria at 3:00 p.m.

NEW NHS MEMBER MEETING is tomorrow, Wednesday, January 16th, @ 3:00 p.m. in Mr. Dollins room, D103.  Remember to bring your $5.00 dues. 

ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB will meet on Wednesday, January 16th, in Mrs. Bottje’s room D200. 

KEY CLUB:  There will be an all-member Key Club meeting this Wednesday, January 16TH, in the cafeteria after school.

MATH DEPARTMENT INFO: Honors Math Applications are now available from your current Math Teacher. You must apply to be considered for an Honors Math class during the 2019-20 school year. These applications are due back no later than tomorrow, Wednesday, January 16th.

TRACK & FIELD ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRACK AND FIELD this year, there will be an important informational meeting on Thursday, January 17th @ 3:15 pm in D109.  Any questions please see Coach Arvanis.

SHOW CHOIR: You are invited to a night on the town in New York, New York; Broadway style right here in the CCHS auditorium on Friday, January 18   and Saturday, January 19 at 7:30 p.m.  The Show Choir presents 'Regards to Broadway,' a musical revue of songs from 'The Sound of Music' to 'Hamilton.'  Tickets are $5 and are available in the choir room B110, during both lunches from January 14-18, and at the door.

CONGRATULATIONS TO JOHN GRENFELL & JOHN CONNORS in advancing to the IHSA Bowling Sectionals!  Way to go!

GOOD LUCK TO THE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM tonight as they host Chester at 6:15pm in the 40th Annual Mid-Winter Classic.

GOOD LUCK TO THE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM tonight as they travel to the Superman Classic in Massac County to take on Vienna at 6:15pm.  

GOOD LUCK TO THE FRESHMEN BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM as they travel to take on Carterville tonight at 6:15pm.

PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS

ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB will meet tomorrow on Wednesday, January 16th, in D200 (Bottje). 

APPLICATIONS TO BE A FRESHMEN MENTOR FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR are now available to be picked up in the Principal's Office.  Members of the Class of 2020 and 2021 can apply to be a mentor.  If you were a mentor last year, you will need to apply again for next year.  An application will be sent to you in class today.  All completed applications must be turned in to Mr. Thomas' Office by the end of school on Friday, February 15th.  See Mrs. B. Jones or Mr. Terry with any questions.

TERRIER TALENT SHOW AUDITIONS: Want to win $250?  Then sign up to audition for the Terrier Talent Show.  Audition signs-up will be held during both lunch hours, across from the cafeteria Tuesday, January 22nd and Wednesday, January 23rd.  Check your CCHS email or the flyers around the school for more details.  The auditions will be held after school in the auditorium Monday January 28th - Thursday, January 31st.  The Terrier Talent Show will be held on Saturday, February 23rd at 6:30 pm.

ATTENTION ALL JV SCIENCE TEAM MEMBERS: There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday January 31st, right after school in D207. 

WEIGHT TRAINING has resumed after school, beginning at 3:15 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  There will be no workouts on days of early dismissal. 

ATTENTIONAL ALL STUDENTS: Be sure to stop by your counselor's table outside of the cafeteria this week to pick up your updated transcript. Your transcript reflects information that is important for you to know such as credits earned, all of your grades and your updated grade point average. Your counselor is looking forward to seeing you at lunch this week

ATTENTION JUNIORS: We need your help in the concession stand!  Remember you get $5.00 toward your Prom Ticket for every game worked!  There are additional Girls and Freshman Basketball games available check the Jr Class Bulletin Board for opportunities! Sign-up on the bulletin board to work!  If you sign up...show up! Varsity Basketball Games all start at 6:15 the stand opens at 5:30. The following Varsity Basketball Games are left this year! 1/11, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 2/22   Officers you are required to work the above games or arrange for a substitute (no girls or freshman game substitutions allowed)! Questions see Mrs. McGee or Ms. Love.

REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNT at least once a day.  Important messages are being sent to your account.

PROM THEME: The votes have been counted and the 2019 Prom Theme is:  A Crystal Gala. Armagedon 

Join the CLASS OF 2021 REMIND TEXT GROUP to stay up-to-date!  For students, text:  @2021stu to 81010 or visit https://www.remind.com/join/2021stu

For parents text:  @2021paren to 81010 or visit https://www.remind.com/join/2021paren

CLASS OF 2021: HOBY, the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership State Leadership Seminar will be accepting registrations from parents seeking HOBY experience for their children beginning in January of 2019. CCHS is allowed to register 2 students outside their current nominees. Congratulations Will Bowlby & Saja Naser as being named the Class of 2021 HOBY nominees. Founded in 1958, 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 students the opportunity to participate in unique leadership training, service-learning and motivation-building experiences. The State Leadership Seminar is 3-4 days of fun, interactive leadership training, meeting state leaders, and making new friends (Dates: 6/13/2019 - 6/16/2019 at Illinois Wesleyan University). Registration must be self-paid. For more information, send an email to: registration@hoby.org 

SENIORS: Be sure to keep checking your school email from Mrs. Koester.  Information about college applications and the FAFSA is updated weekly.

THE CCHS "LATE BUS" runs Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays.  It departs Giant City entrance at 5:00 and makes various stops around Carbondale and De Soto.  The late bus is available for anyone attending Terrier Tutoring, clubs, or athletics.

COUNSELING DEPARTMENT:

SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS!  Be sure to login to Naviance regularly to check out the college visit opportunities this fall.  To receive a pass to meet with admission representatives you MUST register through your Naviance account.  These meetings are a great way to learn more about your college options and to demonstrate interest in specific colleges and universities.  See your counselor or Ms. Murphy with any questions.