Congratulations to the girls' soccer team for their 3-2 win over Green Hope last Monday night. Marjan Hamad scored two goals and Katie Carter added another as the Imps held on for the victory. Allison Weatherspoon and Phoebe Shurtleff added assists. The defense, led by Morgan Sullivan in the back and Jenna Bivens in goal preserved the victory. Way to go, Imps!!
Congratulations to Kathryn Sebastian, this year's recipient of the prestigious Park Scholarship at NC State!
Attention Students: If you are interested in running for a Student Body, Class Officer, or class representative position, please plan to attend one of two informational meetings next week. Either Tuesday, April 22 or Wednesday, April 23 at 2:30 in Mrs. Anderson's room, 2321. See Mrs. Anderson or Ms. Dukes if you have any questions.
Anyone from Mrs. French's International Art Class last semester, please swing by room 3125 sometime this week for an update on the Memory Project and to pick up a photograph.
Are you interested in the future? Join Prospects Club. The first meeting was held last Wednesday. We will discuss a wide range of topics that apply to the present as well as the future. This month's topic was advancements in medicine. Meetings will be held on the third Wednesday of each month in room 2223 from 2:30 to 3:30pm. If you have any questions see Mr. Culp in room 2223 firstname.lastname@example.org .
Would you like to tryout for cheerleading or stunt next season? Then join us for strength and skill training workouts every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 to 3:30 in the Auxiliary Gym. You must have a complete and up to date Wake County Physical Form submitted and approved by Coach Hall in order to participate. If interested or have questions come by Room 203 for more details. Go IMPS!
Seniors, if you are planning to attend a 2 year community or technical college upon graduation there are two scholarships available for you in Student Services. Please see Mrs. Jack for an application.
Seniors, very important!!! Yellow final transcript/scholarship forms are due to Mrs. Jack in Student Services by Wednesday, May 7th. We must have this form returned to enable us to send your final transcript to the college you will be attending. Without a final transcript on file with your college you may not be able to register for your classes.
Also, if you have received scholarships please list them on this form and attach proof of scholarship. We will announce only the scholarships you are accepting at Awards Day, Friday, May 23rd. All others are calculated in our school totals and reported to Wake County.
ASAP will be held only on Tuesdays starting this week.
Attention Seniors: Herff Jones will be on campus for Cap & Gown pick-up in the gym lobby beginning at SMART Lunch and continuing until 3:00pm. Students with last name A-M will pick their graduation supplies up on Thursday, April 24th and students with last names N-Z will pick theirs up on Friday, April 25th. On both days, pickup will be from 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM. Your balance must be paid in full before receiving your order. You may pay online at highschool.herffjones.com and bring a copy of your email receipt to the delivery table, or you may bring cash or money order to the Herff Jones table. Personal checks and credit cards CANNOT be accepted on delivery day at the table
The Triangle Italian American Wormen's Club is offering a minimum $500 scholarship for a female CHS senior of Italian descent. Please contact Melissa Peil for application information or see your English instructor for information. Melissa Peil: email@example.com
Seniors, the Cary Central Rotary Club scholarship applications are now available in Student Services! They are offering two scholarships. The Harvey Duke Scholarship for a student who plans to attend a four year college or university and the Boyce Brown for a student who plans to attend a two year college. Please come by Student Services for an application. The deadline for these scholarships is: April 25, 2014.
Attention Seniors: North State Law Enforcement Officers Association is offering educational scholarships to NC seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA who plan to major in Criminal Justice or related field. Applications and eligibility requirements are available in Student Services. Applications must be received by May 10th.
A walk-a-thon for the Autism Society will be held at the Cary High track on Saturday, April 26, from 9am-11:30am. Walkers will collect pledges for laps with proceeds benefiting the Autism Society. People will also be welcome to donate the day of the walk. NC numbers indicate 1:58 in NC are diagnosed. To sign up for the walk-a-thon: Walkers can come to room 2107 at CHS to get a pledge form. For more information, please contact Mary Carreno firstname.lastname@example.org .
Students, please check the date stamped in the back of your library books. Books should be returned or renewed by this date in order to avoid any late fines. Fines accrue at $.10 per day per book for each day late. If you have any questions, please see a member of the Media Center staff.
Attention Students! Only students with elevators passes will be permitted to ride the elevators. Any student without a pass caught riding the elevators will be given in-school suspension.
Attention Seniors! Applications are now being accepted for the annual Friends of the Page-Walker History Scholarship, which is awarded to a high school senior residing in Cary who exhibits an aptitude and interest in the study of history and humanities. The $750 award is given to a high school senior who is a Cary resident, and may be used for any educational-related expenses. In addition, the recipient's name will be displayed on a permanent plaque at the Page-Walker Arts & History Center. Details and forms are on the Friends of the Page-Walker web page (http://friendsofthepagewalkerhotel.onefireplace.org/history_scholarship ). Hurry! Application deadline is May 15.
Attention rising seniors: The Alpha Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is sponsoring the Debutante Scholarship Program. Young ladies are selected for participation in the program based on their moral character, ethical values, and potential to further their education beyond high school. For more information and to sign up for the program, please stop by the front desk in Student Services during SMART Lunch. All interested female juniors must sign-up no later than April 24th.
Please help me celebrate Sarah Summers, William Lake, and Natalie Terrell for being selected to attend the very prestigious 2014 North Carolina Governor's School. Sarah was selected in the area of Vocal Music, William for Mathematics, and Natalie for French. This program is incredibly competitive and we are honored to have these three students representing our school and Wake County.
WCPSS has announced the semi-finalists for the Diane Kent-Parker First Year Teacher of the Year Award. Lydia Paulk of Cary High has been named a semi-finalist for the High School First Year Teacher Award.
The WCPSS Diane Kent-Parker First Year Teacher Award recognizes outstanding first year beginning teachers. The award is named in honor of Diane Kent-Parker who served in WCPSS Human Resources as Senior Director for Recruitment and Retention. Principals and schools nominated the teachers are for demonstrating excellent professional teaching success throughout their initial year. Congratulations to Ms. Paulk!