Daily Announcements

Menu:    Loaded baked potato, steamed broccoli, fruit  CHICK-FIL-A

Break:   Donuts, cream filled long johns

Soups:  Chicken noodle, tomato tortellini

Locker clean.  There are lots of extra trash cans in the hallway.  Upstairs and downstairs, there are missions bins to collect unused items.  Packages of pens, paper, note cards...if you don't want them, please reduce, reuse, recycle by putting the items in the missions bin.

Students taking AP US History or AP Government need to pick up your summer assignment from Mr. Ashcraft’s room (810) today.

All students who are enrolled in AP Biology for the 2017-2018 school year need to pick up their summer assignment instructions from Mrs. Riley in room 722.

All students who are enrolled in AP World History for the 2017-2018 school year need to pick up their summer assignment instructions from Mr. Neyhart in room 809.

Lost & found is overflowing...check for YOUR items!

All detention hours need to be served before you leave for summer break!  The list is posted.  See Mrs. Elliott to schedule a time when you are not taking a final.

If you will turn 16 over the summer you need to see Mrs. Anderson (753-4586) for your Driver’s Compliance Form in order to get your permit.  Please call ahead (forms are valid for 60 days) to have the form prepared for you.   Summer office hours are 8:30-3:30.

Meetings:

On Thursday, May 25th at 7pm, admissions representatives from Dartmouth College, Northwestern University, Princeton University and the University of California, Berkeley and Vanderbilt University will be hosting an information session for interested students and their parents at the Louisville Marriott Downtown. We have enclosed a poster to help notify students about this event.  Students can register using this specific website: https://www.coasttocoasttour.org/

Help Wanted:

Help Wanted:  I am looking for a dependable student with a driver's license that is interested in babysitting my son, (entering 6th grade at CAL the following weeks this summer from 8:30am-5pm:  May 30-June 2, July 5, 6, and 7,  July 10-14, July 31-Aug 4, Aug 7 and 8.  We live in Locust Creek off Shelbyville Rd. He likes to play sports and go to our subdivision pool.  Interested students please call me at 810-7636.

I am looking for a part time nanny for the summer call Carey Galloway 502-224-0542 for more information.

I am looking for an upcoming junior or senior who may be interested in a easy after school job next school year (2017/18).  I need someone who can take my son home after school. He will be in 5th grade.  We live about 10 minutes from school in Persimmon Ridge.  Call me for more information! (502) 523-0904.

Christian Academy is seeking Aftercare Associates who are energetic, dependable and passionate about working with children.  Key responsibilities are supervising students after school hours, setting up snacks and after school activities for students from Kindergarten – 5th grade.  Must be a minimum of 16 years of age.  The hours are 3:05 – 6 pm, Monday – Friday.  Additionally, we seek substitutes who can occasionally cover sick, personal and vacation days for the Associates in our Aftercare program.  If interested in either position, please stop by the main front lobby of the school for an Internal Student Application form.  

Volunteer/Opportunities:

The Midwest Church of Christ, 2115 Garland Avenue, provides an After School Tutoring & Enrichment Program & an 11 Week Summer Educational Day Camp designed to help the children with their academics. This is a West End Louisville, Jesus centered ministry to help educate children of low income households, who attend failing public schools, and are trapped in generational poverty. Volunteers are needed for Summer Camp: May 30 – August 11.  Volunteers needed once a week from 9 – 12. Students who are interested in helping with this inner city children’s ministry, contact Terri Frerking  (443) 949-6464   For an Application, see your counselor

Summer Opportunity:  The Providence School at the Rock Creek campus will host a summer program and is in need of volunteers. They will hold a 5 week, 3 days per week 8:30-2:00, program. This is a wonderful opportunity for high school students interested in going into special ed. or a related field who would like the opportunity to volunteer with students with Down syndrome.  If interested, contact Kinsey French at  kfrench@caschools.us or Mindy Crawford at mcrawford@caschools.us

Missions:

Counselors:

Bellarmine University is offering its Summer PSAT/SAT/National Merit Prep Camp for rising high school juniors. This 5-day, 15-hour program will be offered twice this summer (June 26-30 & July 31-Aug 4). More information is available, see your counselor.

Interested in Learning more about a Career in Pharmacy?  High school students graduating in 2017, 2018 and 2019 can explore the world of pharmacy as a potential career path at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy's Pharmacy Camp.  Cost : Total $495
Includes a $50 nonrefundable registration fee    All applications must be submitted or postmarked no later than MAY 24, 2017.  To learn more and to apply go to:  www.sullivan.edu/pharmcamp

Test Prep:  Torch Prep is a team of strategists obsessed with strategies that train students to deconstruct the strategies of the ACT test, and thereby a student becomes more strategically positioned for life.   In other words……we are the guys that will help you Dominate this test.  Register online: www.TorchPrep.com  4 Day intensive June 5 – June 8 for the June 10 ACT.  September weekend warrior begins August 19.

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