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2018-2019 College Field Trips

2018-2019 Career Resource Fair

 CHHS September

Athletes of the Month

Congratulations to Mary Martino (Field Hockey) and Austin Hart (Football)

6th Annual Tinsel Town Bazaar, 10/17/18 at Tussing Elementary School


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Principal's Message

November Update

   We are wrapping up fall athletics and activities this month and shifting into winter tryouts and play. If you have never played a sport before or participated in an activity, then take this opportunity to try. We have wrestling, winter color guard, indoor track, girls basketball, and boys basketball. Being a small school, there are opportunities for all children to be involved.

   Writing of involvement, many of our students will be travelling with staff on Election Day to visit college campus' of choice. This event has been taking place for many years and I am very appreciative of the staff who organizes the event and the colleges who are willing to work with us. It gives students an opportunity to think about life after high school. As some staff travel with the kids, others will be participating in divisional inservice. Thank you to the Chamber of Commerce and the businesses who help support our schools and provide breakfast and goodies to kickoff our keynote speakers and lessons for the day.

   On November 9th, our Colonial Players will be presenting their Fall One-Act productions. Local performances will serve as a good precursor to regional competitions for the group that lie ahead. NHS/BETA inductions and the Fall Athletic Awards have been shifted to Monday, November 11th. One event will begin at 6:00 PM and the other will begin at 7:30.

   Before you know it, we will be preparing our Thanksgiving meals and gearing up for the city-wide Turkey Trot that benefits both our schools and the Chamber. As we count our blessings, I always am thankful to be part of a caring community that is supportive of its schools, staff members, and children. Have a blessed Thanksgiving holiday!


   With Pride,

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