Cougar Announcements!

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

 

Sophomore Student Council members please report to the atrium.

 

The west serving line will temporarily be serving hamburgers, chicken nuggets and chicken patties daily. The east serving line will be serving the other two entrees.

 

Juniors: If you are planning on taking the next ACT on the National testing day of April 8th, the registration deadline is March 3rd. Register online at www.actstudent.org

 

Anyone that purchased state champion cheerleading shirts please pick them up in Mr. Hamon’s office.

 

Anyone who is interested in helping with the musical doing sets, sound, concessions, etc…please stop by and see Jill Varel in the Superintendent’s office by Friday.

 

There were several magazine orders that did not have a student's name on them.  In order for a student to receive credit for the sale, I will need that information.  If you sold a magazine to the following people please see me right away:  Sonia Budde, Nelle Dust, and Joann Beer.  There was also an order turned in without a student name OR a recipient's name.  The order was for Southern Living.  If you know anything about this order, please see me.  

 

THE ONLINE SPRING CENTRAL APPAREL STORE IS NOW OPEN:

Spiritwear orders for Boys’ BASEBALL and Girls’ SOFTBALL, GIRL SOCCER and TRACK AND FIELD are being placed now thru March 12th on the online apparel store.  CLICK HERE and scroll to the top of the apparel store for specific spring sports spiritwear. This will be a ONE-TIME order.  Also notice that we have Mens, Womens, and Youth apparel along with accessories (window stickers, backpacks, etc.) offered at the same time as Spiritwear.  All item have been changed from last year’s store and will be offered each time that we open the online store for spiritwear

 

Attention Seniors: The March scholarship list is available on the bulletin board outside of Miss Lohman's mailbox. It is also be posted on the website under Academics/Scholarship News. This month's list has the last of the Committee to Support Central sponsored scholarships on it, in addition to the Clinton County Electric scholarship. Please make sure you apply if you are eligible and keep track of deadlines. 

 

Attention Seniors who are going to KC next year: KC is having a few minor issues with the Foundation scholarship application online and allowing students to attach and complete the application.   If you have already applied, please log in and confirm that attachments are still there.  If anyone has issues, let Miss Lohman know ASAP so KC can check into it and let you know if anything is really missing.  

Attention seniors: The following Central scholarships are due to Miss Lohman on the following dates by 3:00. All applications must be completed in blue or black pen. Pencil applications will not be accepted. 

 

          Thursday, March 2nd: Central Community Education Association (CCEA)

Kaskaskia College will be here on March 22nd to register students for classes for the 2017-18 school year. Seniors who are planning on attending KC next year that attended the pre-registration here on February 2nd in the library need to sign up in Miss Lohman's office for a 45 minute time slot with one of the advisors. Any student who did not come to the pre-registration meeting will need to take a college day and meet with an advisor on campus. 

 

Congratulations to Senior, Alex Rest!  He is representing Central Community High School at the Illinois Principals Association Student Recognition Breakfast on the Campus of Greenville College Wednesday, March 15th.  This event recognizes student leadership and Alex received the most votes from Central's faculty.  Alex demonstrates leadership by the support he shows his fellow students through his participation as a committee member of the Pit Crew.  His teachers appreciate his work ethic in class and his compassion toward other students as well.  Well done Alex!  Central has recognized our senior leadership at this event for the last 23 years.  M.J. noted there were several great candidates nominated this year.  Go Cougars!!

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Thinking about a summer job?  The City of Carlyle Parks and Recreation Department is hiring for over 40 positions including lifeguards, recreation attendants, umpires, referees, and maintenance workers.  Starting pay ranges from $8.50/hr to $9.00/hr. with raises possible each season.  Lifeguards and maintenance workers must be 16.  You do not need to be a resident of Carlyle to apply. For more information or to print off an application, please check the City's website at www.carlylelake.com/job-opportunities or talk to Mrs. Weh.  
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Calendar

 

Mar 3            Faculty Meeting – 11:30 am dismissal

Mar 6            Casimir Pulaski Day – No School

Mar 21          Parent/Teacher Conference – 6:00 – 8:30 pm

Mar 31          11:30 am dismissal

Apr 12          1:15 pm dismissal

Apr 13          Spring Break begins

Apr 18          School Resumes

May 5            Faculty Meeting – 11:30 am dismissal

May 25          Graduation – 7:00 pm

May 29          Memorial Day – No School

May 31          Tentative Last Day of School – 1:15 dismissal