Daily Announcements

Announcements February 22, RED day

Menu:     Southern style chicken, Mac-N-Cheese, green beans, roll, cookie

Break:    Chicken and biscuits, biscuits and gravy

Soups:   Chicken enchilada, cheesy broccoli

General:

Don’t forget if you ordered a conference shirt of Qdoba your money is due Thursday. We will take your money before school, at break, or at lunch. $10 for shirts, $10 for Qdoba or $20 for both.

Seniors...have you submitted all of your service hours?  You need 15 hours for each year of high school.  Half of the hours MUST be in the community, the rest may be either community or church.  Forms are available in the office.

The detention list is posted, please check for your name!  Detention is on Friday from 7:10 - 8:10.  Enter by the doors by the portables and have your $5.  The door CLOSES at 7:10 so be early!  Detention is also on Saturday beginning at 8:00.  Please be in uniform and have your $5 for each hour you need to serve.

Meetings:

Help Wanted:

CAL family with 5th & 6th grade boys, needing a sitter in Prospect for several upcoming dates. Please call Shelley Ward if interested,
910-546-6806.

Renaissance Fun park is now hiring energetic individuals. Email funjobs@funatthepark.com to apply!

New sophomore student from North Bullitt County is looking to share a ride with another student/family.  Will help pay for gas.  Anyone in the Pioneer Village, Hillview, Brooks or Shepherdsville areas (zip codes 40165, 40109, 40229) that is willing to help, please contact Ruby at 502-396-9284.  Any help would be much appreciated!

Volunteer/Opportunities:

The CAL Elementary "Enchanted Evening" (formerly Father/Daughter Dance) is on Friday, March 2.  We are looking for some high school volunteers to help with set up, assisting during the dance, and clean up.  We will begin at 3:30pm and end at 10:30pm.  Volunteers can work part or all of the hours available.  Please have anyone interested email me @ jthornback@gmail.com.

KENTUCKY TEENS FOR LIFE COALITION is reorganizing and putting together a task force  to network and complement other Pro-Life organizations in the our area.  If interested in being a part of Kentucky’s Pro-Life movement, please see Mrs. Brown in the high school office for more information.

American Heritage Girls Troop here at CAL need a couple of volunteers to watch a few children as their siblings are at the Troop meeting.  It would be from 3:15 - 4:30pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.  Interested?  Email lwilling@caschools.us 

Missions:

Counselors:

Applications for the Summer VolunTeen Program at the KY Science Center are now available. Teens have the opportunity to volunteer with our Visitor Experience team in the exhibit halls, assist with our School’s Out Science Camps, and facilitate films our 4-story digital theater. Summer teens volunteer one day a week (the same day each week), from 10:00A.M. - 4:00 P.M.  Any teen entering the 9th grade or higher for the 2018-2019 school year is eligible.  Teens must be able to volunteer one day a week during the 9 week program to be considered. VolunTeens may miss no more than 2 of the 9 weeks due to family vacations, camps, etc. Space is limited. Camps will run for 9 weeks from June 4 – August 4.  To apply, go to *Forms are available on our website at www.kysciencecenter.org/volunteer or at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ey2V1_HhcoJGFRVLQhOb66tXmufU0ZAW/view
Deadline to apply:  March 1, 2018

Whitaker Bank and the KHSAA will be presenting four one-time $1,500 scholarships. The scholarships are open to high school seniors that participate in KHSAA sanctioned sports and sport-activities.  Deadline for the information to be received by the KHSAA is February 28.  Winners will be recognized during the 2018 Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ State Basketball Tournament, March 14-18 in Lexington. Scholarship Application Forms are only available online and may be completed using the following link: http://khsaa.org/application-for-whitaker-bankkhsaa-sweet-16-scholarship/

ACT Spring Break Camp- Bellarmine University is offering an ACT Spring Break Camp April 2-5 from 9:00 am- 1:00 pm.  The camp will teach test-taking strategies and skills for each of the four ACT exam sections.  Students will have the opportunity to work with actual, retired ACT tests.  The cost for the camp is $199, plus a $30 fee for an ACT prep book.  To register, visit https://www.bellarmine.edu/ce .  Click “enroll now” and register for course # CEYU 210

Coding Spring Break Camp- Bellarmine University is offering a Spring Break Coding Camp to high school students April 2-6 (ages 13-15) from 1:00 -4:00 pm.  The instructor will guide students through building and coding projects that sense and react to the real world.  The cost for the camp is $149, plus a $60 fee for the coding kit.  To register, visit https://www.bellarmine.edu/ce .  Click “enroll now” and register for course # CEYU 290

ATHLETICS:

DateTimeSportOpponentFacility

Friday, February 23, 2018

6:00 PMBoys Varsity LacrosseCollegiate (scrimmage)Centurion Field


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