December 13 Announcements

 Student Government invited staff members to participate in the annual Holiday Door Decorating Competition. After much heated debate, this year’s winners are as follows:

  • 3rd place: Ms. Richards in Room 211, with a Tree of Gratitude and accompanying music
  • 2nd place: Ms. White in the Attendance Office, with a pair of holiday minions (and candy canes)
  • 1st place: Ms. Lierman in Room 74, with the Grinch terrorizing Whoville

Thank you to everyone who participated!!

 There will be a Russian ornament or keychain making art activity in the Art room at lunch tomorrow. You are welcome to join us for Russian art and desserts. Shrink art with Russian designs will be the theme of our holiday dessert party.

 FCCLA Holiday Party tomorrow after school. See Mrs. Ditzler for details. Keep selling the Northern Lights Books. We have until Wednesday 12/20 to sell the books. No lunch Meeting tomorrow, but please come to the after school Party tomorrow.

 Help those in need this winter. There will be drop boxes in House 2, 3 the library and the cafeteria until Dec. 15th. Many families need baby clothes, diapers, and blankets for this cold season. Mittens are especially needed.

 Have you wanted to learn guitar but haven’t had the chance, a teacher, or even a guitar? Great news! Dr. Bazan will be offering a Guitar class next semester 2nd period. Acoustic guitars will be provided during the class if needed. Class size is limited. Priority in registration will be given to students not already taking existing Chugiak music courses or ensembles. Please see your counselor to discuss schedule changes or Dr. Bazan in the band room for any questions about the guitar class.

 Attention Students: By now you should have checked your 2nd semester schedule online. If you are interested in an elective change, please fill out the form this week! Some new classes have opened… Flag Football 6th hour, Guitar 2nd hour, Volleyball 5th hour and Racquet Sports 1st hour. Acting is also wide open 5th hour.

 It’s Spirit Week!!

  • Tomorrow – dress like your favorite holiday movie character.
  • Friday – wear your ugliest holiday sweater!

 If you need after school proctoring for iSchool exams, there are only a few days left to have exams proctored in the Library:  This Week: Thursday  Next Week: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday is the final day of proctoring at Chugiak High

 Girls basketball is selling Holiday grams today at lunch and after school at the top of the ramp! Come buy a candy cane for only $1 and have a note delivered to someone starting Friday the 15th!

 Troy Sayer State Farm is looking to hire a student for a part time position. If you are interested, more information is posted on the bulletin board in the Library. **Troy Sayer State Farm is not affiliated with Chugiak HS or ASD**

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December 12 Announcements

 If you are interested in cookies, decorating cookies, and contributing to a fundraiser for a CHS variety show, come join Chugiak’s GSA, at lunch tomorrow in room 207/208. Bring your dollar, and you shall receive 3 cookies to decorate with a variety of frostings and sprinkles.

 Help those in need this winter. There will be drop boxes in House 2, 3 the library and the cafeteria until Dec. 15th. Many families need baby clothes, diapers, and blankets for this cold season. Mittens are especially needed.

 It’s Spirit Week!!

  • Tomorrow – holiday family photo day! Get a group of people together and wear matching clothing!
  •  Thursday – dress like your favorite holiday movie character.
  •  Friday – wear your ugliest holiday sweater!

 If you need after school proctoring for iSchool exams, there are only a few days left to have exams proctored in the Library. All tests must be started by 2:15:

  •  This Week: Today and Thursday
  •  Next Week: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday is the final day of proctoring at Chugiak High

December 11 Announcements

 If you signed up for the chess tournament, be in the Library Loescher Lab ready to play by 10:30 today!

 If you are interested in cookies, decorating cookies, and contributing to a fundraiser for a CHS variety show, come join Chugiak’s GSA, at lunch on Wednesday, December 13, in room 207/208. Bring your dollar, and you shall receive 3 cookies to decorate with a variety of frostings and sprinkles.

 Help those in need this winter. There will be drop boxes in House 2, 3 the library and the cafeteria until Dec. 15th. Many families need baby clothes, diapers, and blankets for this cold season. Mittens are especially needed.

 It’s Spirit Week!!

  •  Tomorrow – winter sports day! Wear your favorite winter sports themed clothing; whether it’s skiing, hockey, snowboarding, or bobsledding!
  •  Wednesday – holiday family photo day! Get a group of people together and wear matching clothing!
  •  Thursday – dress like your favorite holiday movie character.  Friday – wear your ugliest holiday sweater!

 People Mover for Free: All middle and high school students are allowed to ride the People Mover city buses for FREE. All students have to do is simply show their CURRENT student ID. This program will be running now through the end of May.

 Dear Junior and Senior Class,

As you may remember the Class of 2019 worked hard last year to secure a date and a venue for prom. We originally had the Anchorage Museum scheduled for April 28. However, due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control, we have had to move our prom date to Friday, April 13. The location is still at the Anchorage Museum. Please note this change and look for posters to come after the break! Sincerely,

The Class of 2019 Student Government Officers.

December 8 Announcemnets

 Bookmark design contest! Artists, come to the Library for details on topic and rules for the Annual Bookmark Design Contest. Four winners will be published by the school district! Entries due today.

 Please come and join the Russian Club and ROTC for our joint ROTC Russian Karavai party today at lunch. Linguists from JBER will be here to present information on using one’s World Language skills in their careers as well as we will go over the Cyrillic alphabet military style and learn the Karavai song and dance. Russian food from the Eastern European Deli and Store will also be enjoyed — borscht, stolichni salad, and karavai, the special sweet bread for traditional celebrations and getting to know each other occassions. Please feel free to join us in the range for this celebration from 10:22-11a.m. At the end of this presentation open to the school and interested community members, our CHS Russian Scholar Laureate Sierra Self will be recognized for her accomplishments. She is being recognized as one of 31 students nation wide in 27 schools with Russian teacher nominators as the school’s most outstanding Russian scholar for the 2016-2017 school year. Congratulations, Sierra.

 Alaska Native/American Indian High School Juniors, Seniors, and Parents are invited to a College PREP EVENT at the ASD Education Center tomorrow from 11:00 am to 4:00pm. Included will be discussions with current college students, a parent discussion group, Native Corporation/Tribal Scholarships, FAFSA information, Scholarship Essay writing workshop and information about the TRIO Programs. This is being sponsored by the Title VI Indian Education Program.

 If you are interested in cookies, decorating cookies, and contributing to a fundraiser for a CHS variety show, come join Chugiak’s GSA, at lunch on Wednesday, December 13, in room 207/208. Bring your dollar, and you shall receive 3 cookies to decorate with a variety of frostings and sprinkles.

 Help those in need this winter. There will be drop boxes in House 2, 3 the library and the cafeteria until Dec. 15th. Many families need baby clothes, diapers, and blankets for this cold season. Mittens are especially needed.

 This week is HOUR OF CODE: Go to the Chugiak Library webpage and choose a game at the URL posted in the announcements for the day.

 Next week, December 11 – 15, is Spirit Week!!

  •  Monday – wear your holiday socks and hat!
  •  Tuesday – winter sports day! Wear your favorite winter sports themed clothing; whether it’s skiing, hockey, snowboarding, or bobsledding!
  •  Wednesday – holiday family photo day! Get a group of people together and wear matching clothing!
  •  Thursday – dress like your favorite holiday movie character.
  •  Friday – wear your ugliest holiday sweater!

 

December 7 Announcements

 The Chugiak High School Orchestra invites students and staff to attend the Chugiak’s”Concert and Symphonic Orchestras” Concert that will feature Memorable Melodies to Dance To! Music ranges from The Christmas Song and Greensleeves to Lord of the Dance Celtic Music! The concert is free to the public and begins at 7:00 pm tonight in the Chugiak Auditorium. There will also be cookies and bars for sale at the concert! We invite you to attend!

 Bookmark design contest! Artists, come to the Library for details on topic and rules for the Annual Bookmark Design Contest. Four winners will be published by the school district! Entries due tomorrow.

 Please come and join the Russian Club and ROTC for our joint ROTC Russian Karavai party tomorrow at lunch. Linguists from JBER will be here to present information on using one’s World Language skills in their careers as well as we will go over the Cyrillic alphabet military style and learn the Karavai song and dance. Russian food from the Eastern European Deli and Store will also be enjoyed — borscht, stolichni salad, and karavai, the special sweet bread for traditional celebrations and getting to know each other occassions. Please feel free to join us in the range for this celebration from 10:22-11a.m.

 Alaska Native/American Indian High School Juniors, Seniors, and Parents are invited to a College PREP EVENT at the ASD Education Center Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 11:00 am to 4:00pm. Included will be discussions with current college students, a parent discussion group, Native Corporation/Tribal Scholarships, FAFSA information, Scholarship Essay writing workshop and information about the TRIO Programs. This is being sponsored by the Title VI Indian Education Program.

 Help those in need this winter. There will be drop boxes by all major entrances until Dec. 15th. Many families need baby clothes, diapers, and blankets for this cold season. Mittens are especially needed.

 This week is HOUR OF CODE: Go to the Chugiak Library webpage and choose a game at the URL posted in the announcements for the day.

 Next week, December 11 – 15, is Spirit Week!!

  • Monday – wear your holiday socks and hat!
  • Tuesday – winter sports day! Wear your favorite winter sports themed clothing; whether it’s skiing, hockey, snowboarding, or bobsledding!
  • Wednesday – holiday family photo day! Get a group of people together and wear matching clothing!
  • Thursday – dress like your favorite holiday movie character.
  • Friday – wear your ugliest holiday sweater!

Dec 6 Announcements

*This week is HOUR OF CODE:  Go to this link and find a game to play:   https://code.org/learn   Not all games work on our Chromebases, but most will.

 The Chugiak High School Orchestra invites students and staff to attend the Chugiak’s “Concert and Symphonic Orchestras” Concert that will feature Memorable Melodies to Dance To! Music ranges from The Christmas Song and Greensleeves to Lord of the Dance Celtic Music! The concert is free to the public and begins at 7:00 pm tomorrow evening in the Chugiak Auditorium. There will also be cookies and bars for sale at the concert! We invite you to attend!

 Bookmark design contest! Artists, come to the Library for details on topic and rules for the Annual Bookmark Design Contest. Four winners will be published by the school district! Entries due December 8.

 Please come and join the Russian Club and ROTC for our joint ROTC Russian Karavai party at lunch on Friday, Dec. 8th. Linguists from JBER will be here to present information on using one’s World Language skills in their careers as well as we will go over the Cyrillic alphabet military style and learn the Karavai song and dance. Russian food from the Eastern European Deli and Store will also be enjoyed — borscht, stolichni salad, and karavai, the special sweet bread for traditional celebrations and getting to know each other occassions. Please feel free to join us in the range for this celebration from 10:22-11a.m.

 Alaska Native/American Indian High School Juniors, Seniors, and Parents are invited to a College PREP EVENT at the ASD Education Center Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 11:00 am to 4:00pm. Included will be discussions with current college students, a parent discussion group, Native Corporation/Tribal Scholarships, FAFSA information, Scholarship Essay writing workshop and information about the TRIO Programs. This is being sponsored by the Title VI Indian Education Program.

 This week is HOUR OF CODE: Go to the Chugiak Library webpage and choose a game at the URL posted in the announcements for the day.

 People Mover for Free: All middle and high school students are allowed to ride the People Mover city buses for FREE. All students have to do is simply show their CURRENT student ID. This program will be running now through the end of May.