Senator Square: Craft fair promises to be best yet

Carson High School government teacher Angilia Golik is attending the Supreme Court Summer Institute in Washington D.C. She is one of 60 teachers across the nation selected to participate.

Carson High School government teacher Angilia Golik is attending the Supreme Court Summer Institute in Washington D.C. She is one of 60 teachers across the nation selected to participate.

Carson High School’s 20th annual Holiday Craft Fair is 5-8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. It will be the best one yet with lots of new vendors as well as all your favorites. Come spend some time — great food, entertainment, a raffle, Santa, book sale, and of course, amazing and unique gifts for everyone.

Admission for adults on Friday evening is only $2 and includes a raffle ticket as well as re-entry on Saturday.

Saturday’s admission price is $1.50 or only $1 with a canned food donated for FISH.

As always, children and K-12 students are free. All proceeds go to benefit CHS student groups ­— last year’s craft fair provided stipends for more than 20 clubs as well as 10 senior scholarships of $500 each.

Support your school and community by attending this year’s craft fair.


Future Business Leaders of America thanks Bryton Lewis, a Carson High School graduate, for stopping by the monthly meeting to share his experiences in the business world and the importance of networking.

In other FBLA news, the club is currently holding two fundraisers. Coffee sales will continue as well as a raffle for a $100 cash card and Thanksgiving food basket.

Raffle tickets are $1 each. The drawing will be on Saturday at the craft fair.

Contact a FBLA member to purchase tickets or coffee. You can also contact adviser Mrs. Golik at 283-1737 for more information. All funds raised will be used to send students to state and national FBLA competitions in the spring.

All FBLA members currently competing in the Stock Market Game need to meet on Wednesday in Mr. McHenry’s room. All FBLA members interested in competing at state need to meet on Tuesday in Mrs. Golik’s room.


The CHS Volleyball team would like to thank its fans for all of the support this season. We have the greatest fans, parents, players and contributors. A special thank you goes to Dick Campagni Capital Ford for their support.


Key Club members volunteered time at the Salvation Army this weekend helping stuff boxes for families so they can celebrate a bountiful Thanksgiving. It was a rewarding experience and our members learned the value of volunteering. We will have several other similar events as the holidays are upon us.


This week’s Student of the Week is Kamile Soderstrom.

Kamile is a freshman at Carson High. She’s also a member of our girls freshmen volleyball team. Kamile has an excellent attitude, works extremely hard and is always willing to help others. You rock Kamile!


This week’s senior spotlight features Margaret Duvall. Margaret has taken a rigorous class load since freshman year and holds a 4.45 grade-point average.

This year she’s taking a full load of mostly advanced-placement classes, above and beyond what she needs to graduate.

Margaret has achieved more than just academically during high school. She has served as her class representative the past two years, and is currently senior class treasurer. She acted as chair of the Homecoming dance and was instrumental in raising funds so the Homecoming tradition could continue.

Margaret has been a member of National Honor Society the past three years and has been active in FBLA for four years, serving as president and vice president.

She has won numerous awards as a member of FBLA and has competed at the state and national levels. Outside of school, Margaret works as a math tutor and tutors English as a second language at the Carson City Community Center.

She’s a youth leader at her church and has earned the bronze and silver awards in Girl Scouts.

Her family is hosting an international exchange student from Vietnam.

Margaret plans to attend UNR next year. She wants to major in finance or economics and work as a financial adviser or for the U.S. Department of Treasury.

Her dream is to spend a year studying in Japan and eventually get a JD MBA from Harvard.

CHS is extremely proud of the contributions Margaret has made to our school and our community and we wish her the best of luck.

Angila Golik is a government teacher at Carson High School and a member of Senator Pride.


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