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Announcement

December 11, 2019

-At the end of day 2 here is our leader board for the Food Drive: Ms. Marlar with 5.667 items per person Ms. Waugh with 5 items per person and Ms. Smiley with 3.9 items per person Tomorrow is Warm up Wednesday and the items we will be collecting are soups, crackers, chili, and drinks. Feel free to bring in items from Monday and Tuesday as well!

-Congratulations to CHS senior Ethan Morris for earning his NIMS certification. He is now an industry certified machinist.

December 10, 2019

-Students taking AP Environmental Science next semester need to see Mrs. Engelman in room 221 to get a text book and assignment before winter break.

-There will be an informational meeting in the cafeteria on Thursday, December 12 after school for anyone interested in Track & Field. Please attend this meeting if you plan on participating in Track & Field this year. Please see Coach Schnieders in room 117 if there are questions.

-Educators Rising are selling candy grams this week at lunch for .50 a piece. Stop by the table outside the lunchroom and send one to your bestie, favorite teacher, or special someone! All proceeds from the sale will be donated to ProKids.

December 9, 2019

-We were able to wrestle to a 2nd place finish out of 8 teams at The battle for the bone at Holmes HS. We had several placers:

113- Blake Roland 3rd, 120- Jeremiah Thomas 1st (4-0), 126- Johnny Hyunh 3rd, 132- Dylan Berney 2nd, Tray Stamper 3rd, 145- Donovan Taylor 1st (4-0), 160- Tommy Castrucci 2nd, 182- Jack Hamburg 1st (4-0), 195- Cooper Elliston 1st (5-0) All 5 pins, 220- Caleb Barker 4th

December 5, 2019

-Attention 2019 JV and Varsity Football players, the banquet will be Thursday December 19th at 6pm at receptions in Erlanger. Players are free and all guests are $15 each. Money should be turned in to Coach Trosper and all players must wear shirt and Tie

-If you are wanting to play football for the 2020 season, weights and conditioning will Start Monday January 6th at 3pm. If interested see Coach Trosper.

December 4, 2019

-Everyone head to the Hebron Chipotle tonight for dinner between 4-8! Just mention that you are there to help support the Conner Lady Cougars basketball team. Giving back never tasted so good!

-St. Elizabeth is now accepting applications for their volunteer program for the January-May session. Information can be found on the website, or you may see Mrs. Karle with questions.

-Attention early college students-Check your email! You should all be aware that we have a meeting this Friday at 10:15 in the cafeteria.

-Attention early college students-Check your email! You should all be aware that we have a meeting this Friday at 10:15 in the cafeteria.

December 3, 2019

-Congratulations Conner High School Archery Team! They took 1st place at the Conner Middle School Archery Tournament and State Qualifier last weekend! Congratulations to our Top 10 Male Archers: Jacob Ortwein (6th place), Grant Petersime (7th place) and Luke Pinkowski (8th place). Congratulations to our Top 10 Female Archers: Courtney Nagy (3rd place), Allison Hunt (4th place) and Ashlyn Vanlandingham (7th place). Keeping hitting the yellow team.

-Seniors: Just a reminder that the deadline to order your cap and gown without penalty fees is this Friday, December 6. Order online at graduateserviceinc.com

-The CHS Library will be instituting a new lending policy for library books. Beginning December 2, 2019, there will no longer be fines for overdue books. However, any book that has not been returned within 10 school days of its due date will be marked as “Lost” and a replacement fee will be assessed. Once the book is returned, the replacement fee assessment will be removed. The checkout period will also be extended to 21 school days.

-Congratulations to the new members of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica who were inducted on November 20th. They are: Lauren Arnold, Lillie Daniel, Xavier Espinoza, Kaitlyn Fitzgerald, Olivia Freeman, Alyssa Hayes, Zuleyma Hernandez, Serena Mangiaterra, Coryn Martin, Maria Ostertag, Camila Perez Delgado, and Makayla Seal.

-Are you looking for a unique gift for your family or friends? Purchase a Conner High School Woven Blanket for just $40. The blanket is a large throw 40 x 60 and is very comfy. Stop by the art room to purchase the CHS Woven Blanket for your loved one this Christmas!! This is a PTSO fundraiser.

December 2, 2019

-Do you need volunteer hours or just enjoy working with kids? Santa’s coming to Goodridge and they need elves!! Goodridge needs volunteer helpers for Breakfast with Santa! 12/14/19 from 8am-11am. Even if it’s an hour or three. They would love your help!! See Mrs. Mosqueda in the Youth Service Center Room 112 for details.

November 26, 2019

-Do you need volunteer hours or just enjoy working with kids? Santa’s coming to Goodridge and they need elves!! Goodridge needs volunteer helpers for Breakfast with Santa! 12/14/19 from 8am-11am. Even if it’s an hour or three. They would love your help!! See Mrs. Mosqueda in the Youth Service Center Room 112 for details.

-BCYC Fundraiser

-Attn: Juniors -- we will be having an informational/help session for anyone applying to the Governor's Scholars program after school on December 11. Learn tips from GSP Alumni on the program, the application process, and more.

-Teenagers who want to stop using e-cigarettes or other tobacco products can text or call the toll-free My Life, My Quit number: 1-855-891-9989. They will then be connected to a “quit coach” who will provide, free, confidential, real-time support. Each teen can get five sessions of personalized support through live texting, phone, or online chat. The goal of the My Life, My Quit coaching sessions is for the teen to build a plan to quit tobacco. The quit coach will help them develop strategies to cope with stress, address symptoms of withdrawal, and navigate social situations.

-Did you know the 1 of every 5 kids in our area struggle from hunger? During the school year, many kids receive breakfast and lunch at school. When school is not in session, many of them do not eat. GO Pantry, with the help of the community, is stepping up to provide food for these children during school breaks and you can help. On December 8, from 12 to 6pm, Go Pantry will be packing food boxes for Winter break for students in our community. They are looking for volunteers with this packing. If you would like get some volunteer service hours in and help families in our community, please stop by the youth service center, room 112 (next to Guidance) for further information on signing up and getting a waiver

-JV Lady Cougar Basketball Schedule

-Yearbook order form 2019-2020





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