Friday night saw the beginning of Spring Fling Week at Carson High School with the Sadie Hawkins Dance.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported FBLA’s efforts to raise money for the March of Dimes. The next week is filled with events for student to celebrate springtime. Carson High, are you ready for the Battle of the Senators? Throughout the events, it will be lady senators versus gentlemen senators. There will be points given to each gender for every person attending an event and for the gender with the most money donated for our pennies for patients drive each week, along with other activities and dress up days throughout spring fling. The winning gender will be giving the title of Battle of the Senators Champions and will win serious bragging rights. The following events will take place each day of this week:
Monday 16: Diner Day at Johnny Rockets from 3-9 p.m. All revenue will go to the sophomore class.
Tuesday 17: Twin Dress up day.
Wednesday 18: Dude. Be Nice dress up day (Shirts are being sold in Student Store for $15 and $20). Special guest speaker Mike Smith.
Thursday 19: Mathletes v. Athletes dress up day. Female Flag Football meeting at lunch in the student council room for all participants. Mandatory meeting and all paper work and fees are due that day.
Friday 20: Extreme Blue and White day, Girls wear white, boys wear blue. Pack the Performance night for Pippin’s opening night at 7 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center.
Monday 23: Hippie dress up day.
Tuesday 24: Super Smash Bros tournament in Senator Square at 6 p.m., $2 entry fee.
Wednesday 25: Scavenger Hunt at lunch.
Thursday 26: Female Flag Football games. 3-5 p.m. on the soccer field, 6-8 p.m. on the football field. All are welcome to watch.
Friday 27: Female Flag Football semifinals on the football field from 6-7 p.m., $2 admission fee to be donated to Maddi Manke and her family. Female Flag Football Championship Game at 7:30 p.m. on the football field, $2 admission fee to be donated to Maddi Manke.
Attention all Carson High Seniors: Greater Nevada Credit Union is having a free Prom Package giveaway. Every CHS senior is eligible to enter. The prize package includes: $200 Dillard’s gift card for prom dress and shoes, $100 tuxedo rental from Carson Street Tailoring and Tuxedo, $55 prom floral package courtesy of Carson City Florist, $50 Hair updo from Terili Wilson at Paradise Salon Spa Wellness, $100 Adele’s Restaurant and Lounge gift card for dinner, and two prom tickets courtesy of Carson High School. Entry forms can be obtained at the Greater Nevada Credit Union branch at Carson High School, one entry per person. All entries must be received by 1 p.m. on March 20. For complete rules and conditions, visit the branch at CHS, students under 18 must have parent/legal guardian approval to participate.
ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS
We want your ideas for your Senior song and Senior quote for Class of 2016. If you have any ideas you want proposed for the Class of 2016, please submit them to Mrs. Britt in the student council room or at the student store as soon as possible. We really want your input and are looking forward to all of the great ideas you have.
Questbridge’s 2015 College Prep Scholarships are for outstanding high school juniors from low income backgrounds. See your counselor or go to www.questbridge.org for more information. Applications are due March 25 to the counselor’s office.
The National Honors Society Chapter is working to fund-raise for the annual Polar Plunge. The Polar Plunge is a unique opportunity to support local Special Olympic athletes by jumping or running into a chilly body of water. To make a donation to our NHS chapter, contact Elena Glenn at 283-1910.
CULINARY ARTS WIN
Once again the Carson High Culinary Arts Team won the State Championship, which makes eleven Straight State Championships. To help them get to National Competition it’s time for the amazing CHS students to help. On Friday, March 20 CHS will have a Hat Day. To be able to wear a hat you need to purchase a wrist band for only $1. They will be on sale Friday before school, at nutrition and at lunch in the student store. All money raised will help these deserving students represent CHS at Nationals. To make a donation to the Culinary program for its national trip, contact Penny Reynolds at 283-1910.
Jostens will be here Tuesday delivering graduation announcement boxes. They will be located upstairs in the cafeteria. If you have not ordered your cap and gown and other graduation items please see Jostens on Tuesday.
STUDENT OF THE WEEK
This week’s student of the week is Katasha DeGraw. Katasha is a junior at CHS. She’s an outstanding student who works hard in both her academics and in her extracurriculars. Katasha is engaged, motivated, and talented, and never fails to come to class prepared and ready to learn. Thanks Katasha for being a wonderful student here at Carson High.
This week’s senior spotlight is on Trevor Sollberger. Trevor is a talented student who currently has a 4.25 GPA, working toward his honors diploma.
Trevor is more than just a great student; he’s an asset to our community. Since he was a child, Trevor has been a member of Boy Scouts of America. He has completed more than 250 hours of community service over the past four years, including designing and installing the directional signs on the bike path in Carson City, earning him his Eagle rank. Trevor also competes for the Carson High School tennis and swim teams, qualifying for regional competitions in both sports.
After school and during the summer, Trevor spends a lot of time with the youth, both in Carson City and out. In 2012 he spent the summer working as a merit badge instructor and camp counselor. He’s a lifeguard and swim instructor for Carson City and also tutors students in the elementary schools. Trevor is an avid outdoorsman, spending much of his free time hiking, bicycling and hunting.
Trevor plans to attend UNR this fall, where he’s going to major in Chemical Engineering. Congratulations Trevor. We are so proud of you and wish you luck in all of your future endeavors.
Angila Golik is a government teacher at CHS and a member of Senator Pride.
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