March 30 Announcements

 Chugiak Mustangs: Today at 1:09 p.m., Chugiak Student Government will be hosting our first ever Miracle Minute to benefit AK Child and Family, a non-profit organization that offers mental health assistance to children from broken homes. Remember that we are trying to raise more money than the other high schools, so be ready today with your change!

 PROM – If you owe a fee or fine, you will not be able to buy a prom ticket until you have paid it off. Please see Ms. Prince to pay your fine or fee. Guest passes are due no later than April 9. Freshman and Sophomores from Chugiak, AND students not from Chugiak will all need a guest pass.

 Attention Lady Mustang Seniors. There is still time to apply for the Chugiak Eagle River Women in Business Scholarship worth up to $1000. Application deadline is Sunday, April 1st. See the bulletin board in the library for more details.

 The TrigStar Competition is Thursday April 5th, there are cash prizes for 1st , 2nd and 3rd place. Think you have what it takes to win? Make sure you know your Law of Cosines and sign up with a math teacher. Not sure which amazing math teacher to pick? Find Mrs. Templeton in room 12, she has sample exams as well.

 Mustangs! We are hosting a food drive competition for the Eagle River Food Pantry every day next week, April 2-6. Bring non-perishable items to your 3rd hour teacher every day next week to earn points for your class. Your teachers have a list of high-need items that are worth triple the points. The class that earns the most points during the drive next week will earn donuts for their class.

 Calling all artists! Poster contest for the improv show in May! Come get rules and important information in Room 12. Poster ideas due by April 10.

 Improv is actively recruiting for next year. We need both acting and behind the scene team members. See Mrs. Templeton in room 12 for details.

 Please congratulate the Alaska National Guard as they have been announced as the recipients of the Spirit of Tomorrow Award to be received at the School Business Partnership Luncheon on the 25th of April. They are a long time business partner of Chugiak High School and we give them a shout out for always lending a hand to our students, staff, and community. Social responsibility, our character trait of the month for April, is clearly demonstrated by this group on a daily basis.

 Please stop by the Library and pay for the prints you put on the IOU list. Please help us keep you off the fine list.

 Saturday, March 31 is International Transgender Visibility Day. The day was established in 2009 to celebrate transgender people and their identities and to remember and recognize their struggles and contributions to the LGBT community. One acknowledgement: Kye Allums, the first openly transgender athlete in NCAA history to play basketball for George Washington University. She is an advocate for the transgender community and has founded Project I am Enough, which encourages self-love and self-esteem for all.