ATTENTION STUDENTS – They’re here! They’re here! The yearbooks for last year are here! As soon as we get them processed, we will deliver them to you. Didn’t order one? There are a few extras. See Mrs. Barber as soon as possible if interested. Don’t want to miss out next year? For the best deal of the year, order at Jostens Yearbooks.com or see Mrs. Barber.
HELP OTHERS THIS WEEK – Two ways to help others this week: Bring any gently used coats to the LMC! Key Club will be collecting coats to donate to the WDTN Coats for Kids campaign. Let’s help out some who are less fortunate! Another way to serve is through giving to the American Red Cross. We will be collecting donations during middle & high school lunch for victims of Hurricane Florence. 100% of the donations will be given to the Red Cross’s Hurricane Florence relief fund.
HULA HOOP CLUB – Mrs. Siereveld (Mollette) is looking for new members to join hula hoop club. Members would find new and creative ways to do tricks with a hula hoop. This club focuses on the versatility of hula hooping and many fun activities it holds as well. The club would meet on Mondays and Fridays during intervention, and new members will be accepted till the end of the month. If interested, see Mrs. Siereveld in room C207 during intervention on Monday or Friday.
SOPHOMORES – The Class of 2021 t-shirt sale is underway. See Lilly Frizzell for more information.
HOMECOMING DRESS CODE – CHS Staff and Administration will be enforcing the homecoming dress code. We want everyone to have fun, but we want everyone to be dressed appropriately. Each students should make sure their attire meets dress code BEFORE the night of the homecoming dance. It is also the responsibility of CHS students to inform dates of the guidelines. For Girls: Dresses may be backless as long as they are not cut below the naval. Dresses may not have a slit that exceeds mid-thigh or fingertip length. Necklines of female students must not be lower than five inches from the base of the neck. Midriffs may not beexposed. This includes both the front and sides of the dress. Shorter dress lengths should be no higher than three inches above the knee. Dresses should not be so tight as to creep up when student is moving. For Guys: Dress shirt and tie with dress pants are required. Jacket is optional. Pants should fit properly on the hip and not sag below the waistline. Dress shoes must be worn while in any public building. Tennis shoes and athletic shoes are unacceptable.
PSAT – Juniors & Sophomores interested in taking the PSAT need to sign up with Mrs. Tingelstad. The test cost is $16 and is due at the time of sign up. PSAT test date is October 10th.
COLLEGE FAIR – Troy Christian School will be hosting a college fair tonight, September 17th from 6-8pm. Representatives from more than 50 Christian colleges and universities will attend the fair.
ATTENTION STUDENTS – College Prep Night held at Fifth Third Field next Wednesday, September 26th from 6-8pm. Pre-register for this event for an opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship at www.daytondragons.com/collegeprep.
ATTENTION STUDENTS – Duke Admissions officers are holding several informational meetings in Cincinnati next Monday, September 24, Columbus on September 27, and Toledo on October 16 and Cleveland on October 17. Register at admiss.ugrad.duke.edu/discover-duke.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – Miami University is hosting their annual Bridge Program in the Dayton area from October 28-29th. To register visit MiamiOH.edu/Bridges. The deadline to apply is September 24th.
CLARK STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE – Admissions Specialist at Clark State Community College is organizing the “College to Career Day event”. These events will take place every Friday in October at the Springfield campus, and the November event will take place at the Beavercreek campus. This event is free and open to the public. Oct. 5 – Public Safety 9:00am-Noon (Springfield); Oct. 12th – IT & Business Day 9:00am-Noon (Springfield); Oct. 19th – Health Services Day 9:00am-noon (Springfield); Oct. 26th – Transfer Day 9:00am-noon (Springfield campus); Nov. 2nd-Greene Center College to Career Day 9:00am-noon (Beavercreek). Register at https://www.clarkstate.edu/college-to-career-day-registrations/.
FALL VISIT DAY – Mount Union is hosting a Fall Visit Day next Saturday, September 22nd. To register visit https://admission.mountunion.edu/register/fallvisit.
COLLEGE NIGHT – Clark County’s annual College Night is next Wednesday, September 26th from 7:00-8:30pm at the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center. COLUMBUS COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN – Columbus College of Art & Design is hosting a National Portfolio Day on October 7th to have admission counselors review you portfolio. For more information visit ccad.edu/npd