April 5 Announcements

  • The Food Drive competition is in full swing! Keep bringing donations to your 3rd hour class until Friday. The current leaders are Ms. Portie’s class in first, Ms. Armstrong’s is in second, and Ms. Thornton’s class with third place.
  • Good luck to all those competing in the TrigStar today after school! Bring your calculators and a pencil to room 207/208 right after school.
  • If you have ever wanted to try making Pysanky, the Ukrainian egg paintings with dyes and wax, then please come to the art room on today and tomorrow and join the Russian Club as we create Pysanky with two hand-blown eggs each that you will need to bring in and the rest of the supplies will be provided. We have invited the visiting German exchange students and their hosts as well, so please feel free to come and join us for Pysanky and karavai, the Russian sweet cake for welcoming new friends and family.
  • Juniors and Seniors – Prom royal court nominations voting is open. Please see the bulletin on the CHS Website or ask your teacher for the nominations link. Juniors and seniors each have their own link to vote. You may nominate up to 10 students for each category. Nominations will end Thursday after lunch. Court will be announced Friday morning. Guest passes are due Monday, no exceptions. Must pay your fee and fine before buying a ticket. Tickets are $50.
  • Attention Seniors.  Senior Fun Day tickets will be on sell today at lunch. Tickets are $15 and sold at the top of the ramp on Tuesdays and Thursdays through the 19th and on Monday the 23rd. Permission slips will be provided.
  • The Talen Show is tomorrow at 7 pm in the auditorium. It’s $5 for admission. Come support your friends.
  • NHS has a meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 4. All meetings are mandatory. Please see an advisor or officer if you cannot be there.
  • On Wed. April 11th after school there will be a Stanford Grad Student Skype presentation in room 63 from 2:15-3:15.  Patrick Goodridge, grad student at Stanford, will share the following presentation via Skype entitled: Career, Language, and Life.  If you are interested in Stanford and/or post graduation possibilities including language studies, travel, exchange , teaching English as a second language abroad, international journalism, and/or international internships and research projects,  please come and join us.
  • Please turn in Intent to Participate for the Art Show to Mrs. LaRue in the Library as soon as possible.
  • Want to make a difference at Chugiak High? Chugiak Student Government applications are now available next to the Student Body Board at the top of the ramp.  We are looking for responsible students who are outgoing and creative.  You will have the opportunity to build school spirit through various events, such as Homecoming, WACKO, and assemblies.  Student Government also provides you with a platform have your voice heard.  If you have questions about the responsibilities of any Student Government position, please see one of your class officers or Mrs. Portie in Room 181.