Daily Announcements

Announcements, September 22, BLUE DAY


Menu:     Pizza, Chick-fil-A, carrots, fruit, soft drinks & snacks

Break:    Biscuits and gravy

Soups:   Chicken and dumplings, beef noodle


Carnival - 9th grade goes out from 10:15-11:15, 10th grade goes out from 10:45 to 11:45.  You are NOT allowed to go out between classes, at break, lunch or during your study hall.  The carnival will be open after school and you are welcome to come out and enjoy!

NHS shirts can be ordered (and prepaid) now! Only $13.  See Mrs. Price or Mrs. Riley by Wed, Sept 27.  A picture of the shirt was sent out in an announcement earlier this week.  If you did not get the announcement, email Mrs. Riley to be added to the list.


Help Wanted:

Crush Boutique in Middletown is looking for immediate Saturday and occasional weekday/holiday help. Please contact Debbie at 502-817-6713 for details.


The Great Commission Race 5K at the Southern Baptist Seminary, Saturday, September 30 beginning at 7:30am.  Visit sbts.edu/events for more information.

Annual Epilepsy Fall Festival will be held Sept 30th from 11am-3pm at the Kosair Camps 982 Eastern Parkway.  This is a free event for individuals living with and affected by epilepsy/seizure disorders.  Volunteering the students will receive free lunch item and drink.



Attention Class of 2018: While working on college applications this year, we recommend looking into the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship. They give out 100 scholarships to students ranging from $1,000 - $10,000. Visit www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com to learn more.   Deadline to apply is October 2nd.

The Lieutenant Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC) is a competition for all Kentucky high school students grades 9-12.  The goal is to introduce students to a realistic business environment, highlight entrepreneurial values, promote business ownership, and encourage lifelong learning.   The registration deadline is October 31, 2017. DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME HTTP://WWW.KYLGEC.COM/ TO WIN A SHARE OF UP TO $100,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS.

The National Youth Leadership Forum:  Medicine is an extraordinary program dedicated to the early recognition and preparation of those who seek a future in the field of medicine.  Any high school student is eligible to attend this summer program.  If you are interested, see your counselor.

Kentucky Federation of Republican Women- The KFRW grants a $1500 scholarship to a college-bound high school senior girl who has been politically active within the republican party.  A qualified applicant must be a registered republican and planning to enroll in an accredited college or university in Kentucky.  Applications must be postmarked by April 2, 2018.  See your counselor for application materials.

TAKING THE ACT? TorchPrep™, an innovative test training program to help improve ACT scores, will be in the Louisville area. Training includes:* 30 hours of Direct Training * 4 Full-Length Simulated Tests * Customized Study Plan * TorchPrep Training Manual * Testing Watch * Guaranteed Results * Courses preparing for the September 9th ACT and the October 28th ACT test are open for registration. Click https://www.torchprep.com/ for more information and to register. Speak to your school counselor for more help.


Looking for something to do with your friends this Saturday Night? Come cheer on the CAL Girls Soccer Teams!  They play at home, JV at 6 pm and Varsity at 7:30 p.m.  It will be great weather and great fun!


Saturday, September 23, 2017

TBAGirls Junior Varsity Field HockeyCAL ClassicCenturion Field
6:00 PMGirls Junior Varsity SoccerSilver Creek High SchoolNorth Field
7:30 PMGirls Varsity Soccer

SENIOR NIGHT!! Come out and support your CAL Girls Soccer SENIORS, Ellen Joss and Nicole Davis, on MONDAY, 9/25 @ 7 p.m.!  Bonus -- Students get in FREE and it's a RED OUT!!

CAL Men's Soccer SENIOR NIGHT!  Thurs. 9/28!  Come support your TWELVE Senior Soccer Players!  Caleb Anderson, Matthew Andres, Asher Benge, Jake Bennett, Carlos Coyle, Jackson Donovan, Christian Kornegay, Dakota Lanham, Hayden Paas, Nathan Shepherd, Noah Wilcox, and Riley Wooldridge.  Plus you'll get double the fun, as the Girls Varsity team plays at 6, then Men's Varsity at 7:30, with the senior ceremony in between games.  See you there, don't miss out!

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