Senator Square: Carson City Orthodontics donates to school library
November 17, 2013
Carson City Orthodontics recently held a Facebook challenge to Carson City residents. For each new “likes” it received on its Facebook page in a two-week period, it donated $1 to the Carson High School library. It visited the Carson High School library this week to present a check for $729.
Students from Mrs. Riggins’ and Mrs. Mariskanish’s classes attended the presentation and submitted requests for new book purchases. Because of the great support from the students and community, the Carson High Library will be receiving many new popular books for our students. Thank you, Carson City Orthodontics.
CRASH SURVIVOR HOLDS FUNDRAISER
Tiffany Day, CHS senior, survived a near-deadly crash last year. She spent more than five weeks in the hospital. While she was recovering, her parents stayed at the Ronald McDonald House of Northern Nevada. The Ronald McDonald House made it possible for her parents to be by her side daily as she recovered. For her senior project, Tiffany wanted to do something to give back to that organization.
She recently held a volleyball tournament at the high school. Her tournament was able to raise more than $600, which will go to the Ronald McDonald House. We are so proud of you, Tiffany, for making such a strong comeback and doing something to give back.
Attention, SkillsUSA members: The monthly meeting is Wednesday at lunch in the culinary restaurant upstairs. Community-service projects will be discussed. All members need to attend.
KEY CLUB MEETING
Did you know Key Club is the No. 1 service club recognized by colleges and universities? Did you know there are more than 256,000 Key Club members worldwide? Did you know Key Club is a community-service-based club? Did you know you can still join CHS Key Club? The next meeting is Tuesday at lunch in room 256 — Mrs. Been’s room.
This week’s senior spotlight subject is Heriberto Martinez. Heriberto has a 4.34 weighted grade-point average. He is working toward his honors diploma and is taking several honors and advanced-placement courses, including honors physics and honors chemistry.
Heriberto has earned an academic letter each year of his high school career. He runs on the track team and has been involved in the Carson River Cleanup and ROTC. Heriberto plans to attend Colorado School of Mines or Georgia Tech to earn his degree in computer programming.
Heriberto’s hobbies include photography, filmmaking and writing. He loves to express himself creatively.
He hopes to someday travel and show people through photography what is going on throughout the world, especially in war-torn countries.
Congratulations, Heriberto. Carson High is proud of you.
Angila Golik is a government teacher and a member of Senator Pride at Carson High School.