Daily Announcements

  • FRIDAY - NOVEMBER 16, 2018

    MAROON DAY

     

     Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your pardropped it off for you.

     Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

     Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

     Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

     Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

     There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

     Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

     The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

     College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades

    Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities  Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

     Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

     Where can you find Fantastic Beasts? Come to the library after school on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 to watch the first Fantastic Beasts movie before the second one hits theaters! As always, movie nights in the library are free, all are welcome, and snacks are provided. 

    Attention all French and German Club members.  We will be travelling to Chicago on December 8th to visit the Christmas Market and see the Nutcracker Ballet!  Tickets cost $36 and are available on a first come first serve basis.  Permission slips and ticket money are due back by TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH! Please see your French or German teacher for a permission slip and if you have any questions!

     Helping Hands will be meeting MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26th in the Guidance Office.

    No Time Out Trojans this week – the Next Time Out Trojan will be NOVEMBER 30TH

     Come knit or crochet for a cause! Join us in the library after school on THURSDAY, NOV. 15 for Needlework November. 

    Pride Club will meet MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, at 3:00  in Mrs. Demuth's room, A134. Guest speakers will be Marshall Risk and Tyler Mason on the topic of Gender-Nonconformity Awareness. Everyone is welcome!

    Attention all girls interested in Track & Field.  There will be a call out meeting on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH in the LGI.  If you are unable to attend. You need to contact Coach Maskalick.

    Book club will meet in the library after school on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19 to discuss this month's selection, All American Boys and to choose our next title. All are welcome, and there will be snacks! 

     The Jr. Class is collecting coats, hats, gloves, and other warm winter necessities – Collection box is located in the Main Office until DECEMBER 8th

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

    THURSDAY- NOVEMBER 15, 2018

    GOLD DAY

     

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

     Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

     Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

     Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

     Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

     Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

     There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

     Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

     The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

     

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades

    Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities  Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

     Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

     Any boy interested in running track this spring should come to a short meeting after school  TODAY – NOVEMBER 15 in the cafeteria.  See Coach Nallenweg if you cannot attend

     German Club Members:  Please join us on TODAY, NOV. 15TH at 3pm in the World Center for the 1st ever Schnitzel night.  We'll work together to cook one of the most popular dishes in the German-speaking world!  Bring your appetite!

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night - TONIGHT, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Attention all French and German Club members.  We will be travelling to Chicago on DECEMBER 8TH to visit the Christmas Market and see the Nutcracker Ballet!  Tickets cost $36 and are available on a first come first serve basis.  Permission slips and ticket money are due back by TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH! Please see your French or German teacher for a permission slip and if you have any questions!

     Helping Hands will be meeting MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26th in the Guidance Office.

    No Time Out Trojans this week – the Next Time Out Trojan will be NOVEMBER 30TH

     Come knit or crochet for a cause! Join us in the library after school on THURSDAY, NOV. 15 for Needlework November. 

    Any boy interested in running track this spring should come to a short meeting after school on THURSDAY-NOVEMBER 15th in the cafeteria from 3:00 to 3:15.  See Coach Nallenweg if you cannot attend. 
    Where can you find Fantastic Beasts? Come to the library after school on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 to watch the first Fantastic Beasts movie before the second one hits theaters! As always, movie nights in the library are free, all are welcome, and snacks are provided. 

    Pride Club will meet MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, at 3:00  in Mrs. Demuth's room, A134. Guest speakers will be Marshall Risk and Tyler Mason on the topic of Gender-Nonconformity Awareness. Everyone is welcome!

    Attention all girls interested in Track & Field.  There will be a call out meeting on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH in the LGI.  If you are unable to attend. You need to contact Coach Maskalick.

    Book club will meet in the library after school on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19 to discuss this month's selection, All American Boys and to choose our next title. All are welcome, and there will be snacks! 

     Creative Writers' Club meets every TUESDAY from 3:00 to 4:00 in Mrs. Demuth's room, A134. Everyone who enjoys writing is welcome. 

     The Jr. Class is collecting coats, hats, gloves, and other warm winter necessities – Collection box is located in the Main Office until DECEMBER 8th

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

    WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 14 2018

    MAROON DAY

     

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

    Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades

    Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities  Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

     Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    Interact meeting TODAY– NOVEMBER 14TH immediately after school in Mrs. Nygra’s room

     Japanese Club will be meeting on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH from 3-4 at World Center.

    Michigan City High School Japanese students will come to play Kendama with us. Please come and join us for the fun event

    The November WDSO meeting will be held on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 at 3 pm in the radio/video classroom A513. New members are always welcome.  If you cannot come, see Mr. Waters or Ms. Stipanovich.

     Any boy interested in running track this spring should come to a short meeting after school on THURSDAY – NOVEMBER 15 in the cafeteria.  See Coach Nallenweg if you cannot attend

     German Club Members:  Please join us on THURSDAY, NOV. 15TH at 3pm in the World Center for the 1st ever Schnitzel night.  We'll work together to cook one of the most popular dishes in the German-speaking world!  Bring your appetite!

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Attention all French and German Club members.  We will be travelling to Chicago on DECEMBER 8TH to visit the Christmas Market and see the Nutcracker Ballet!  Tickets cost $36 and are available on a first come first serve basis.  Permission slips and ticket money are due back by TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH! Please see your French or German teacher for a permission slip and if you have any questions!

     Helping Hands will be meeting MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26th in the Guidance Office.

    No Time Out Trojans this week – the Next Time Out Trojan will be NOVEMBER 30TH

     Come knit or crochet for a cause! Join us in the library after school on THURSDAY, NOV. 15 for Needlework November. 

    Any boy interested in running track this spring should come to a short meeting after school on THURSDAY-NOVEMBER 15th in the cafeteria from 3:00 to 3:15.  See Coach Nallenweg if you cannot attend. 

    Where can you find Fantastic Beasts? Come to the library after school on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 to watch the first Fantastic Beasts movie before the second one hits theaters! As always, movie nights in the library are free, all are welcome, and snacks are provided. 

    Attention all girls interested in Track & Field.  There will be a call out meeting on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH in the LGI.  If you are unable to attend. You need to contact Coach Maskalick.

    Book club will meet in the library after school on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19 to discuss this month's selection, All American Boys and to choose our next title. All are welcome, and there will be snacks! 

     The Jr. Class is collecting coats, hats, gloves, and other warm winter necessities – Collection box is located in the Main Office until DECEMBER 8th

    Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

     

    TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 13, 2018

    GOLD DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria 

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

     Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    There will be a students for life meeting TODAY- NOVEMBER 13TH at 7:10 am in a545.  Hope to see you there!

     Japanese Club will be meeting on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH from 3-4 at World Center.

    Michigan City High School Japanese students will come to play Kendama with us. Please come and join us for the fun event

    The November WDSO meeting will be held on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 at 3 pm in the radio/video classroom A513. New members are always welcome.  If you cannot come, see Mr. Waters or Ms. Stipanovich.

     Any boy interested in running track this spring should come to a short meeting after school on THURSDAY – NOVEMBER 15 in the cafeteria.  See Coach Nallenweg if you cannot attend

     German Club Members:  Please join us on THURSDAY, NOV. 15TH at 3pm in the World Center for the 1st ever Schnitzel night.  We'll work together to cook one of the most popular dishes in the German-speaking world!  Bring your appetite!

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     No Time Out Trojans this week – the Next Time Out Trojan will be NOVEMBER 30TH

     Come knit or crochet for a cause! Join us in the library after school on THURSDAY, NOV. 15 for Needlework November. 

    Where can you find Fantastic Beasts? Come to the library after school on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 to watch the first Fantastic Beasts movie before the second one hits theaters! As always, movie nights in the library are free, all are welcome, and snacks are provided. 

    Book club will meet in the library after school on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19 to discuss this month's selection, All American Boys and to choose our next title. All are welcome, and there will be snacks! 

     Attention all French and German Club members.  We will be travelling to Chicago on DECEMBER 8TH to visit the Christmas Market and see the Nutcracker Ballet!  Tickets cost $36 and are available on a first come first serve basis.  Permission slips and ticket money are due back by TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH! Please see your French or German teacher for a permission slip and if you have any questions!

     The Jr. Class is collecting coats, hats, gloves, and other warm winter necessities – Collection box is located in the Main Office until DECEMBER 8th

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

     

    MONDAY - NOVEMBER 12, 2018

    MAROON DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

     Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

     Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

     Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

     Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

     Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

     There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

     Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

     The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

     College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

     

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades

    Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

     Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    Call out meeting for a new club “Girls Rising” in the library TODAY, NOVEMBER 12th  after school.  This club is open to all and will be focused on the issues faced by girls in today’s society.  There will be snacks.

    There will be a students for life meeting on TUESDAY- NOVEMBER 13TH at 7:10 am in a545.  Hope to see you there!

     Japanese Club will be meeting on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH from 3-4 at World Center.

    Michigan City High School Japanese students will come to play Kendama with us. Please come and join us for the fun event

    The November WDSO meeting will be held on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 at 3 pm in the radio/video classroom A513. New members are always welcome.  If you cannot come, see Mr. Waters or Ms. Stipanovich.

     German Club Members:  Please join us on THURSDAY, NOV. 15TH at 3pm in the World Center for the 1st ever Schnitzel night.  We'll work together to cook one of the most popular dishes in the German-speaking world!  Bring your appetite!

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Where can you find Fantastic Beasts? Come to the library after school on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 to watch the first Fantastic Beasts movie before the second one hits theaters! As always, movie nights in the library are free, all are welcome, and snacks are provided. 

    Next Time Out Trojan will be November 30th

     The Jr. Class is collecting coats, hats, gloves, and other warm winter necessities – Collection box is located in the Main Office until DECEMBER 8th

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

    FRIDAY  - NOVEMBER 9, 2018

    GOLD DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school 

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

    Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    There will be a call out meeting for a new club “Girls Rising” in the library MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th  after school.  This club is open to all and will be focused on the issues faced by girls in today’s society.  There will be snacks.

    There will be a students for life meeting on TUESDAY- NOVEMBER 13TH  at 7:10 am in a545.  Hope to see you there!

    Japanese Club will be meeting on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH from 3-4 at World Center.

    Michigan City High School Japanese students will come to play Kendama with us. Please come and join us for the fun event

    The November WDSO meeting will be held on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 at 3 pm in the radio/video classroom A513. New members are always welcome.  If you cannot come, see Mr. Waters or Ms. Stipanovich.

     German Club Members:  Please join us on THURSDAY, NOV. 15TH at 3pm in the World Center for the 1st ever Schnitzel night.  We'll work together to cook one of the most popular dishes in the German-speaking world!  Bring your appetite!

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Next Time Out Trojan will be November 30th

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

     

    THURSDAY - NOVEMBER 8, 2018

    MAROON DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

     Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

     Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

     Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

     Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

     Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

     There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

     Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

     The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

     Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

     Next Time Out Trojans is FRIDAY November 30th

     Picture Retakes are TODAY -NOVEMBER 8TH in the LGI.  If you didn’t get a picture taken in Aug., you need to get a picture taken.  This is the LAST time to get a picture taken for the yearbook.  See the main office for a pas and an order form.  This includes seniors who have NOT had a photo taken.

     Do you knit or crochet, or want to learn how? Join us in the library for Needlework November after school on TODAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be working on blankets to donate to our local chapter of Project Linus. 

     The next Robotics Club meeting will be in the library during SRT TODAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be starting our Battle Bots designs!

     There will be a call out meeting for a new club “Girls Rising” in the library MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th  after school.  This club is open to all and will be focused on the issues faced by girls in today’s society.  There will be snacks.

    Japanese Club will be meeting on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH from 3-4 at World Center.

    Michigan City High School Japanese students will come to play Kendama with us. Please come and join us for the fun event

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

     

     

    WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 7, 2018

    GOLD DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.ht 

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

    Once again Hurst Orthodontics is collecting candy to ship to us soldiers overseas collection box is here in the main office.  Please consider sharing your candy this year with a soldier.

    Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    Attention Trail Bound applicants... this is a reminder that your physical test is WEDNESDAY after school. Meet in Mr. DeRuntz's classroom after school with a couple of books in your backpack.

    Attention Mid-Term Graduates WEDNESDAY, NOV 7TH there is an 11am meeting in the large group instruction room. If you did not receive an invitation or cannot attend, please see Mrs. Harrison in the main office.

     There will be a SLAC meeting in the library before school on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 

     BPA will meet on WEDNESDAY –NOVEMBER 7th in room C569 from 2:50 to 3:15.

    Social Justice League will be meeting on WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7TH, from 3-4 pm in Mr. Nelson's room C582.  We will be discussing Violence and American Politics.  Hope to see you there as we talk about this incredibly timely and important subject.  Snacks will be provided!

     Attention German students! Are you interested in participating in our 2019 GAPP exchange program?  There will be an information callout meeting NOVEMBER 7TH at 6pm in Herr Marinson’s room C174. If you are at least a sophomore in your second year of German, you are eligible to host a German exchange student in the spring and travel to Germany this summer.  Don’t miss this trip of a lifetime!

     Need a break?  Check out Time Out Trojans in the Large Group Room on THURSDAYS during SRT. You will have access to quiet activities such as puzzles, games, and art activities.  Grab a Time Out Trojans’ pass in Guidance if you are interest!

     Do you knit or crochet, or want to learn how? Join us in the library for Needlework November after school on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be working on blankets to donate to our local chapter of Project Linus. 

     The next Robotics Club meeting will be in the library during SRT on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be starting our Battle Bots designs!

     Picture Retakes are NOVEMBER 8TH in the LGI.  If you didn’t get a picture taken in Aug., you need to get a picture taken.  This is the LAST time to get a picture taken for the yearbook.  See the main office for a pas and an order form.  This includes seniors who have NOT had a photo taken.

     There will be a call out meeting for a new club “Girls Rising” in the library MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th  after school.  This club is open to all and will be focused on the issues faced by girls in today’s society.  There will be snacks.

    Japanese Club will be meeting on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH from 3-4 at World Center.

    Michigan City High School Japanese students will come to play Kendama with us. Please come and join us for the fun event

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

    TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 6, 2018

    MAROON DAY

    e-learning day

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.   

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program.

    If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

     Once again Hurst Orthodontics is collecting candy to ship to us soldiers overseas collection box is here in the main office.  Please consider sharing your candy this year with a soldier.

    Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    Attention Trail Bound applicants... this is a reminder that your physical test is WEDNESDAY after school. Meet in Mr. DeRuntz's classroom after school with a couple of books in your backpack.

    Attention Mid-Term Graduates WEDNESDAY, NOV 7TH there is an 11am meeting in the large group instruction room. If you did not receive an invitation or cannot attend, please see Mrs. Harrison in the main office.

     There will be a SLAC meeting in the library before school on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 

     There will be a call out meeting for a new club “Girls Rising” in the library MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th  after school.  This club is open to all and will be focused on the issues faced by girls in today’s society.  There will be snacks.

     BPA will meet on WEDNESDAY –NOVEMBER 7th in room C569 from 2:50 to 3:15.

    Social Justice League will be meeting on WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7TH, from 3-4 pm in Mr. Nelson's room C582.  We will be discussing Violence and American Politics.  Hope to see you there as we talk about this incredibly timely and important subject.  Snacks will be provided!

     Attention German students! Are you interested in participating in our 2019 GAPP exchange program?  There will be an information callout meeting NOVEMBER 7TH at 6pm in Herr Marinson’s room C174. If you are at least a sophomore in your second year of German, you are eligible to host a German exchange student in the spring and travel to Germany this summer.  Don’t miss this trip of a lifetime!

     Need a break?  Check out Time Out Trojans in the Large Group Room on THURSDAYS during SRT. You will have access to quiet activities such as puzzles, games, and art activities.  Grab a Time Out Trojans’ pass in Guidance if you are interest!

     Do you knit or crochet, or want to learn how? Join us in the library for Needlework November after school on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be working on blankets to donate to our local chapter of Project Linus. 

     The next Robotics Club meeting will be in the library during SRT on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be starting our Battle Bots designs!

     Picture Retakes are NOVEMBER 8TH in the LGI.  If you didn’t get a picture taken in Aug., you need to get a picture taken.  This is the LAST time to get a picture taken for the yearbook.  See the main office for a pas and an order form.  This includes seniors who have NOT had a photo taken.

     Japanese Club will be meeting on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH from 3-4 at World Center.

    Michigan City High School Japanese students will come to play Kendama with us. Please come and join us for the fun event

    Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

     

     

    MONDAY -  NOVEMBER 5, 2018

    GOLD DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc 

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

    Once again Hurst Orthodontics is collecting candy to ship to us soldiers overseas collection box is here in the main office.  Please consider sharing your candy this year with a soldier.

    Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    Come join the fun! CHS chess club is back. We will be meeting in Ms. Zervos’s room C596 after school EVERY TUESDAY

     There will be a SLAC meeting in the library before school on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 

     There will be a call out meeting for a new club “Girls Rising” in the library WEDNESDAY -NOVEMBER 7TH after school.  This club is open to all and will be focused on the issues faced by girls in today’s society.  There will be snacks.

     BPA will meet on WEDNESDAY –NOVEMBER 7th in room C569 from 2:50 to 3:15.

     Attention German students! Are you interested in participating in our 2019 GAPP exchange program?  There will be an information callout meeting NOVEMBER 7TH at 6pm in Herr Marinson’s room C174. If you are at least a sophomore in your second year of German, you are eligible to host a German exchange student in the spring and travel to Germany this summer.  Don’t miss this trip of a lifetime!

     Need a break?  Check out Time Out Trojans in the Large Group Room on THURSDAYS during SRT. You will have access to quiet activities such as puzzles, games, and art activities.  Grab a Time Out Trojans’ pass in Guidance if you are interest!

     Do you knit or crochet, or want to learn how? Join us in the library for Needlework November after school on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be working on blankets to donate to our local chapter of Project Linus. 

     The next Robotics Club meeting will be in the library during SRT on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be starting our Battle Bots designs!

     Picture Retakes are NOVEMBER 8TH in the LGI.  If you didn’t get a picture taken in Aug., you need to get a picture taken.  This is the LAST time to get a picture taken for the yearbook.  See the main office for a pas and an order form.  This includes seniors who have NOT had a photo taken.

     Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

    FRIDAY -  NOVEMBER 2, 2018

    MAROON DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

     

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program. If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

    Once again Hurst Orthodontics is collecting candy to ship to us soldiers overseas collection box is here in the main office.  Please consider sharing your candy this year with a soldier.

    Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE: Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20

    There will be a SLAC meeting in the library before school on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 

     There will be a call out meeting for a new club “Girls Rising” in the library WEDNESDAY -NOVEMBER 7TH after school.  This club is open to all and will be focused on the issues faced by girls in today’s society.  There will be snacks.

     BPA will meet on WEDNESDAY –NOVEMBER 7th in room C569 from 2:50 to 3:15.

     Attention German students ! Are you interested in participating in our 2019 GAPP exchange program?  There will be an information callout meeting NOVEMBER 7TH at 6pm in Herr Marinson’s room C174. If you are at least a sophomore in your second year of German, you are eligible to host a German exchange student in the spring and travel to Germany this summer.  Don’t miss this trip of a lifetime!

     Do you knit or crochet, or want to learn how? Join us in the library for Needlework November after school on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be working on blankets to donate to our local chapter of Project Linus. 

     The next Robotics Club meeting will be in the library during SRT on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be starting our Battle Bots designs!

     Picture Retakes are NOVEMBER 8TH in the LGI.  If you didn’t get a picture taken in Aug., you need to get a picture taken.  This is the LAST time to get a picture taken for the yearbook.  See the main office for a pas and an order form.  This includes seniors who have NOT had a photo taken.

     Sophomore Parent NightCHS School Counselors will host a Sophomore Parent Night on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. This informational program is for sophomore parents to learn more about scheduling classes for junior year, Naviance, dual credit, Vocational programs, IB and AP classes, etc. Please enter through Entrance 31 or the main entrance. For more information please contact the CHS Counseling Dept. at 983-3730.  

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

     

    THURSDAY -  NOVEMBER 1, 2018

    GOLD DAY

     

    Students, when leaving for an appointment during the day, please bring your note from home into the attendance office before school starts.  This will make it easier to locate you in a timely manner.   Also, if you have a work permit that you need, bring in your forms already filled out to the attendance office before school.

    Students we do not deliver anything to classes - If you are expecting something please stop by the main office and see if your parent dropped it off for you.

    Reminder – Student Drop off and Pick up – Arrivals & Dismissal is on the North side by entrances 31 & 34.  No pick-up / Drop off by Entrance 1.

    Reminder if you are parking in the back parking lot on Tuesdays or Thursdays – your vehicle MUST be moved by 3:00pm.

    Cadet teachers:  you should not be in the hallways until 10:50!  If you arrive at CHS earlier, you MUST wait in the cafeteria.

    Cadet Teachers, when you return to school, you MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH ENTRANCE 1!!  You may not enter through entrance 31 or 34.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

    There is NO STUDENT PARKING in the lot in front of the building..  This includes ALL STUDENTS, cadet teachers , vocational, alternative, etc.

    Student Drivers:  Please be sure your parking permit faces the windshield and that nothing is hanging in front of it.  The tag, including the number, should be easily read. Students that park in the Back lot, YELLOW parking permits, must park past the painted red line.  Thank you.

    The following information about Scholarships - Please go to the Career Center located in the Counseling office.

    US ACADEMIES NOMINATIONS – US Academies Nomination Applications from Senator Donnelly and Congressman Visclosky’s Service Academy Nomination are available in the Counseling office or on their websites. Congressman Visclosky’s application will be due to his Merrillville office by October 31, 2018.

    Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship -The application closes on November 30, 2018.  This scholarship is for high school and college students interested in a career in education.  Application information may be found online at http://in.gov/che/4680.htm

    Coca-Cola Scholarship – This application is open now online.  Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and be planning on pursuing a degree at an accredited post-secondary institutiuon. Deadline is October 31, 2018. Visit the scholarship website at https://connect.coca-colascholars.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=646

    College & Career Fairs

    CHS Students are invited to visit the following college & career fairs

     

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    Are you interested in learning more about the local skilled trades and apprenticeship programs?  We will be taking ONLY 30 students to the Construction and Skilled Trades Fair on TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 27TH 

    Students will – Hear about career opportunities in the 19 different union building trades

    Experience hands-on demonstrations of training type activities

    Learn to successfully apply to an apprenticeship program.

    If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office to attend.  Permission slips will also need to be filled out and returned.

    Once again Hurst Orthodontics is collecting candy to ship to us soldiers overseas collection box is here in the main office.  Please consider sharing your candy this year with a soldier

    Need a break?  Check out Time Out Trojans in the Large Group Room on THURSDAYS during SRT. You will have access to quiet activities such as puzzles, games, and art activities.  Grab a Time Out Trojans’ pass in Guidance if you are interest!

    CHS Student Gov sock drive is winding down… this sock drive is to  benefit homeless in Indiana. Please donate NEW  - all sizes and styles.  The collection box is in the main office – donation ends TODAY- NOVEMBER 1ST.

    Show off your creativity and enter the Duneland Winter Card contest or the Duneland 50th Anniversary bookmark contest.   You can find information in the main office or from your art teacher. DEADLINE DATE – Winter Card Competition due date: TODAY -  NOVEMBER 1ST & Bookmark Contest due date: NOVEMBER 20TH

    All boys interested in playing gold in the spring.  We will be having a short call-out meeting TODAY - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST , at 3pm in room C178.  Please see Coach Nelson if you have any questions or if you cannot attend.

    TODAY’S  DEADLINES:

    The NOVEMBER 1 Priority Deadline for Indianan University and Purdue University applications is fast approaching. Please do not delay – Complete your applications, request your transcripts on Naviance, and request your test scores from ACT or SAT.  IF you have questions, see your counselor.

    Also the NOVEMBER 1st deadline is the Early Decision deadline for many colleges.  IF you plan to apply Early Decision to any college. Please take care of submitting your application, and test scores and requesting your transcript via Naviance right away. – Please do not procrastinate on this !!!!

    There will be a SLAC meeting in the library before school on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 

    Attention German students ! Are you interested in participating in our 2019 GAPP exchange program?  There will be an information callout meeting NOVEMBER 7TH at 6pm in Herr Marinson’s room C174. If you are at least a sophomore in your second year of German, you are eligible to host a German exchange student in the spring and travel to Germany this summer.  Don’t miss this trip of a lifetime!

    Do you knit or crochet, or want to learn how? Join us in the library for Needlework November after school on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be working on blankets to donate to our local chapter of Project Linus. 

    The next Robotics Club meeting will be in the library during SRT on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. We will be starting our Battle Bots designs!

    Picture Retakes are NOVEMBER 8TH in the LGI.  If you didn’t get a picture taken in Aug., you need to get a picture taken.  This is the LAST time to get a picture taken for the yearbook.  See the main office for a pas and an order form.  This includes seniors who have NOT had a photo taken.

     Attention all students and staff !!!! The Grub Club is open for business!  They will be open Monday through Thursday starting at 2:45 – Stop by and grab a bite

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