Daily Announcements

Announcements for Friday, October 18, RED Day

MENU:

Break - Cinnamon rolls

Lunch - Pizza, veggies, fruit

Soups - Tomato tortellini, beef noodle

GENERAL:

This weekend is Via Colori.  It is Ms. Troxle's 12th year participating as a street painter. All proceeds benefit New Beginnings Foster Care. Check it out...Ms. Troxle's creations are AMAZING and for an excellent cause!   Click here for more information!

Students needing to fulfill their Graduated Driver Licensing requirement can register now for a class that will be held on Tuesday, October 22nd at CAL from 3:30-7:30 pm. You can register by going to www.kentuckysafedriver.com or by calling 502-699-2295

Attention Juniors! Please mark your calendars for Junior Ring Ceremony on Thursday, November 7th at 6:30pm. Rings ordered from Balfour last spring are on the way. If you would like to participate with a different ring, please turn it in to HS office receptionist (include the box and label it with your name). See Mr. Phillippe (812), Mrs. Sitlinger (821), or Mr. Leaman (801) with any questions. 

Are you interested in Biblical Justice? Concerned about racism, abortion, sex trafficking? Consider applying for this conference to be held here on campus (live-streamed) on Thursday & Friday, November 7 & 8 from 9:30-12:30. This is a great opportunity! Click here for more information!

Detention is on Friday from 7:10-8:10.  Enter by the side HS door #4 and have your $5. Saturday detention is this week, October 19.  You may serve up to 3 hours.  Enter by the side HS door #4 and have $5 for each hour you need to serve.  Make plans to attend!

MEETINGS:

Spanish Honor Society meeting on Wednesday, October 23rd during break in Mrs. Morey's room, 711. ALL CURRENT MEMBERS MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE.

Join Spanish Club!!  Anyone can participate...you don’t have be a Spanish student.  We will learn what life is like in Spanish-speaking countries, eat fun ethnic foods, hear what missionaries are doing around the world and pray for people in need.  So come on over!! Thursday, October 31 during break in Room 711 (Mrs. Morey's classroom).

COLLEGE VISITS:

Centre College, 10-21 at Break
Ohio Wesleyan University & Lindsey Wilson College,  10-22 at Break
University of Alabama, 10-23 at Break
WKU Honors College, 10-30 at Break
Savannah College of Art & Design, 10-31 at Break

COUNSELORS:

Union University's McAfee School of Business is hosting an event at Louisville Mega Caverns on October 23 from 6-8 PM.  RSVP at uu.edu/msb/roadshow.

The Heisman High School Scholarship program honors the nation’s most accomplished, community-minded high school senior athletes. To apply, visit heismanscholarship.com and apply by October 29th.   

The University of Northwestern Ohio’s College of Applied Technologies will hold an Open House at the UNOH Event Center, 1450 North Cable Road, Lima, Ohio, on Friday, November 1st and Saturday, November 2nd, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.   The Open House will feature scholarship testing in High Performance, Automotive, Diesel, Agricultural Equipment, HVAC/R, and Robotics & Automation Technology.  Please contact Mike Koth for more information:  502-751-6592 r mkoth@unoh.edu

The Kentucky College of Art + Design invites you to join us on Saturday, November 2 for our Fall 2019 Open House. Learn more about our program and our application process. Faculty will be available for portfolio reviews from 10am - 2pm at our 849 South Third Street Studios.   

The BOLD (Business Oriented Leadership Development) Conference is a business conference for high school girls presented by Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business. For more information about Harvard Women in Business, please visit www.huwib.com.

Juniors:  Governor Scholar packets are now available.  If you are interested in applying for the Governor's Scholar Program, see your counselor for the packet and CAL specific instructions.  Completed applications are due to your counselor by 3:10 on November 11.

Sophomores & Juniors - Applications for the Governor's School of the Arts is now available. Go  Here to apply.  Applications are due by January 10, 2020

Do you want to raise your ACT score?!  We want more students to hit requirements for college admissions and scholarships. Torch Prep is here to help! Visit www.torchprep.com to learn more.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:

Hope's Closet in J-town is always needing volunteers to help sort and hang clothes.  They are only open on weekends for a limited number of hours.The website is hopesclosetky.com and has a place to sign up for volunteer slots.

The PTO is looking for student volunteers. October 19, we are looking for 2 student volunteers per time slot to help us work the concession stand at the football field for an all day youth football event that CAL is hosting.  There are 6 available time slots so we will need a total of 12 volunteers on that day.  Service hours will be given. Email adoezema@caschools.us to sign up or sign up in the office.

Calling all Artists!Christmas At Cal is November 9 at the Rock Creek campus and we are looking for students who would like to volunteer to face paint. Earn service hours and serve our sweet campus! Serve from 10-12:30 or 12:30-3. Contact Mrs. Melhorn to sign up: mmelhorn@caschools.us

Gilda’s Club Kentuckiana is requesting volunteers to work at the 2019 Louisville Marathon. Registration assistants, course marshals, individuals to staff water stations, and hand out food & medals after the race are needed. Event is Sunday, Nov 10, 2019 at Beckley Creek Park 6:30 am-2:30 pm (four shifts available). Register at bit.ly/GCKVolunteer

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

Great need for ride to school only for a HS boy that lives off Westport Rd. near Hurstbourne Rd. Will pay. Please contact Teryl Benge if you can help at 440-477-4435. 

Ride home from school any or all days for a HS boy in Middletown off Urton Rd..Will pay. Please contact Mrs. Wu at wuhuihuika2013@gmail.com or 502-819-4870.

After school driver needed to bring home 2 CAL students (5th and 8th grade)Tuesdays through Fridays to the Persimmon Ridge neighborhood.  Must have excellent driving record and unrestricted license.  Will pay $40 per week for drop off with potential for more if staying at the house is needed and mutual availability is present.  Contact Amy Bindner by texting 502.609.1005 if interested.

Easy $40-$50 a week ($10/day). Take an 8th grader home from school. CAL to Shelbyville Rd/Dorsey Ln area. Call or text Bev Sherrard, 502 419-5294. 

I'm looking for a student interested in date night babysitting on weekends for two well-behaved brothers who also attend CAL! Looking for drivers only, please! If interested text or email Elizabeth Doster, eadoster@gmail.com or 291-6199! 

CARPOOL needed for 9th grade girl. We live off Brownsboro Road in Indian Springs. If you are interested please contact me 487-0717.

We are seeking a responsible Senior for occasional babysitting of a 6 year old CAL female student. We live in Shakes Run neighborhood. Please contact 502-669-2058 to discuss and arrange a convenient time to meet. 

A family with children in 2nd and 4th grades at CAL are looking for students who would like to babysit as needed. They live in Jeffersontown.  If interested, call or text Kelly at 502-681-5365.

High school girl needed for after school transportation for 7th grade girl approximately 3 days a week (it would be Tues/Thurs one week then Mon/Wed/Fri the following week).
We live in Stone Lakes subdivision (just off the Gene Snyder at Taylorsville Road) Call or text for more information 502.523.2964

Driver needed to Polo Fields (Curry Branch Rd) after school for a 7th and 8th grader. Contact:  Brian Ullom  502-817-8618 or bullom4sons@gmail.com

We are looking for an after school sitter to watch our children (ages 10 and 7) Monday-Friday from 4:15-6:00 pm.  Sitter must have a car and be able to drive children to some afterschool activities (1-2 days per week).  Must enjoy working with children, assist and/or supervise homework, and be good with pets. Location: Lake Forest. Please contact Sonja Bareiss @ 252.347.9710.

We have two boys—11 and 9 year old at CAL and are looking for someone to drop them off at home after school.  We may occasionally need someone to stay with them for a few hours.  I can be contacted at 859-221-7148.

Looking for a nanny Tuesdays and Thursdays for our 3 kids who attend St Patrick and get out at 2:45. We require a senior who drives and we offer $14-16 per hour depending on skill level. Call Liz Braun at cell: 502-608-2114 for more information.

ATHLETICS:

High School Basketball Cheerleading Tryouts November 5th 5:30-7pm in the Blue Gym
**Must have current KHSAA physical and register in ParentsWeb to tryout**


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