Senator Square: New entrance at CHS
February 16, 2014
Be aware that there is a new entrance at Carson High School that provides a desired security measure the school. The new entrance means some changes for students.
The front entrance is now a locked, secure entrance. All students who are coming from the tech center, ROTC, or Auto Tech/Welding to the main building must have a pass signed, with time and date, by the teacher, to enter the building. If there are any questions about this new system, please contact one of the administrators.
MEET AND GREET
CHS students who are interested in a law enforcement career, will have a chance to meet with the Carson City Sheriff's Explorers on Friday at lunch in the College and Career Readiness Center (room 104). Anyone is welcome to attend, and snacks will be provided.
In front of an almost packed house at the Community Center on Wednesday, 16 acts performed a variety of songs and acts. Wyatt Law took first place in the non-singing category for shredding on his electric guitar. Hannah Goddard, Tess Corda and Haley Davis took second place with their dance number.
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In the singing category, first place was awarded to the Favero Sisters, Juliet and Athena singing a duet while Athena played the guitar. Second place was Becka Breur. The Grand Prize Overall Best Act Award of the night went to Colton Schaum for his shredding number on the electric guitar. The evening was sponsored by Carson High School's FBLA.
Thank you to Ms. Dana Fleming, Ms. Erin Been, Ms. Mena Dedmon and Mr. William Houk for judging the event. And thanks also to Mr. Houk's recording club, who audio taped the night's performances.
Audio downloads of each of the individual acts will be available soon. Thanks to all the students and staff for a remarkable evening! CHS has some serious talent.
CHS CULINARY WINS
The Nevada Pro Start Invitational was held in Las Vegas this past weekend where the CHS pro start team won first in the Culinary Division. Team members include Andrea Davis, Genoa Donaldson, Max DeMar, Christian Kivy and Dakota Martinez. Andrea Davis was named Nevada Student of the Year while their instructor Penny Reynolds was named Nevada Pro-Start Teacher of the Year. The team advances to the National Pro-Start Competition in Minneapolis in May. The team is fundraising for this trip and asks the community to help them in their endeavors. If you would like to make a donation to this group of CHS students, please contact Penny Reynolds at email@example.com.
AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT
After school enrichment classes have been happening at CHS for students involved in the MASH program. The students have engaged in drug education by Hannah McDonald and Partnership Carson City, line dancing with Bob Truesdale, golf with Cheryl from the First Tee of Northern Nevada, and chess with Mr. Girdner.
Some of the exciting upcoming enrichment will include an Aerospace Engineering Program with Mike Reynolds, tennis, bowling, hot air ballooning science, Zumba and a presentation by the Carson City Sheriff's Explorers. Thank you to all the community presenters.
This week's outstanding senior is Ana Casas. Ana is an exceptional student with a 4.33 grade-point average. She has challenged herself with numerous advanced-placement and honor classes. Along with excelling academically, Ana's cheerful nature and genuine personality are assets that will serve her well in the future.
Ana is the Historian for the CHS chapter of HOSA – Future Health Professionals as well as a member of National Honor Society and Link Crew. Ana has been a competitive dancer in the community for many years and is as a Candy Striper at Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center.
For her senior project Ana chose to raise money through bake sales to contribute to the Doctors Without Borders organization, combining a hobby she enjoys with a humanitarian program about which she is passionate. Ana plans to attend UNR next year as a biology major and hopes to eventually become a physician's assistant. CHS is very proud of the contributions Ana has made to our school and community and wishes her the best of luck in the future.
Angila Golik is a government teacher and a member of Senator Pride.