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Monday, March 19, 2018
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Monday, March 19, 2018
Morning Announcements

Central High School

Announcements for Monday, March 19, 2018

The mission of Central High School is to provide all students with educational opportunities through a challenging curriculum which meets the needs of a diverse school community.

Teachers -- Please check dress code, get rid of food and drinks from outside vendors, have students spit out gum and remove hoods. Only earbuds are used on campus, not Beat headphones.

The Pride Leadership group will meet each Friday morning in the TLC room at 7:30 a.m. Please see Coach Smiley if you can not attend or have any questions.

Attention Students: Tomorrow at 3:30 is the drop dead last day to pay for prom and to turn in prom forms!

SHOUT OUT

Our first shout out goes to the contestants of the 58th Annual Miss Leonine Pageant. Karlee Eidson won the Most Photogenic category; Abigail Sadler won the People's Choice Award. SauAvery McClure won 2nd runner up, Abigail Sadler won first runner up, and Hannah Puckett was crowned our 2018 Miss Leonine Queen as well as Miss Congeniality.

Our second shout out goes to Concert and Symphonic Bands for outstanding performances last week at the GMEA Large Group Performance Evaluations  (LGPE). Both groups earned all Superior ratings on Stage and in Sight Reading. Both bands had a total of 50 captions being judged and both bands earned an A-rating, the highest possible score, IN ALL 50 CAPTIONS! Congratulations to all of the students in the band program for this history making accomplishment! Go Pride Go!!!

Our third shout out goes to the Region Champion Central High School Literary Team travelled to Warner Robins to compete in the state literary competition. While we did not place in the overall state school rankings this year, we did have some great results:

  • Carolina Butler, 2nd in personal essay;

  • Victoria Richardson, 4th in rhetorical essay;

  • Brant Entrekin, 5th in domestic extemp.;

  • Joshawa Arnell, Elijah Green, Will Godbee, and Nolan Crane, 5th in boys quartet.

Over the past five years Literary Team has produced outstanding results: 2 overall region championships, 3 overall region runner-up finishes, a 3rd place overall state finish in 2016, 19 individual region champions, 2 individual state champions, and 4 individual state runner-up finishes.  

Our fourth shout out of the morning goes to varsity baseball for defeating Cedartown 7-2 in a region matchup last Friday. The Lions were led by the pitching performances of Casey Casseen and Dylan High. Noah Taylor led the offensive attack followed by a Carson Carroll, Kaden Taylor, Austin Helton, and Reid Lovvorn.

Our final shout out of the day goes to Anna Handley and Emma Yarbrough for being recognized by the Daughters of the American Revolution this weekend. Anna received the Good Citizen Award and Emma was given the American History award. Congratulations ladies!

NEW NEWS

The Spanish Honor Society will be selling bracelets made by Nicaraguan and Honduran families during ALL lunches this week. The bracelets are ONLY $5 each and the money will go directly to the family that made the bracelet. Each bracelet is tagged with a picture and signature of the person who made it. Don't forget to bring $5!

Students who want to be in the school talent show should plan to audition today after school or Thursday after school. The talent show will be held on Friday, March 30, during 6th and 7th periods. Tickets can be purchased for $1 in the chorus room or in Coach Smith's room 143.

Attention FFA members: There will be an FFA meeting Wednesday after school until 4:15 p.m. We will be discussing upcoming Forestry CDE, Greenhand and Chapter Degrees, as well as the FFA Banquet.

Class Officer and Student Council applications for the 2018-2019 school year are available for pick up from Ms. Cowart in room 735, Ms Williams in room 727, or in the Media Center. This year’s application process is strictly a paper application. There will be no speeches and campaigning is limited to posters only. Applications are due no later than 3:30 p.m. today and can be turned in to Ms. Cowart, Ms. Williams, or Ms. Morris.

Attention students attending Prom: Senior walk is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. with lineup beginning at 7:00 p.m. Let your folks know senior walk will take place outside the venue. Prom invitations are available for pick up in room 633.

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Attention students: if you have not yet purchased a yearbook, we have a limited number available for purchase. You can purchase a yearbook from Mrs. Monica Smith in room 626 between classes, or you can drop off your payment in the main office.  You can also order online. Go to yearbookordercenter.com to place your order. Our school code is 2305. The online site will close on March 30. If you are not sure whether you have purchased a book, please contact Monica Smith. You will receive yearbooks later in May.

Seniors are eligible for a wide variety of scholarships for many different fields, from the Carroll EMC Lineman School scholarships to scholarships for people with red hair.  Your counselor needs to know what your future plans are so that we can help get you the information you to prepare for your future. Please complete the short survey on the Senior Google Classroom run by the Guidance Office.  If you have not previously accessed this Google Classroom, the code is olbpbuz.

Any senior planning to attend West Georgia Technical College after graduation can register to take the ACCUPLACER admissions test for free on March 29.  You must register in the Guidance Office by noon on March 23.

If you are interested in trying out for the 2018-2019 cheerleading team, you need to see Mrs. Jordan to pick up paperwork. Once you have paperwork completed, you need to turn it in to Mrs. Jordan. You must have a physical on file to participate in tryouts.

Students interested in Career Connections (formerly called Work-Based Learning) should fill out an application at cc.carrollcountyschools.com. Program details and requirements can be found on the web link. The Career Connections handout is available in the guidance office. Forms are due no later than April 15.

DUES & DETAILS

YEARBOOKS- $95.00- Monica Smith

JUNIOR DUES/PROM-$200.00- Stephanie Trumble, Megan Wooten, Kaci Perryman

SENIOR DUES/$125.00-Sandy Duffey

AFTER SCHOOL

Tennis plays in Heard County tonight, golf travels to LaGrange and JV boys soccer in home against Newnan.

It’s a great day to be a Central Lion and let’s remember, we are one community, one family, and one pride. Keep it rolling and keep it clean!

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