Lots of activities as CHS year winds down

Although the 2008 Carson High School year is coming to an end, we still have many exciting things happening.

Tonight there will be a very important a Fall Sports Meeting in the Big Gym at 6 p.m. Any athlete wishing to play a fall sport should attend with a parent.

Wednesday, the choir will be performing their Spring Choir Concert at the Community Center at 7 p.m. General admission is $3. It's going to be amazing, so please come support this group's performance!

Thursday is the 2008 CHS Student Showcase. It will run from 6-7 p.m. in the Tech Center. At the Student Showcase Event, students will have the opportunity to show off their portfolios, résumés, and best work to community members, family, friends, and local businesses. If you need more information, please contact T. Breeden.

Finally, CHS will run a school-wide fundraiser throughout the week. CHS Student Council is supporting Tiny Toes and will collect socks for infants to juveniles to be donated to the pediatrics ward at the hospital. If you are interested in donating please contact Jen Tartan.

In this week's honors, we highlight the NJROTC, which won an award. The Commander, Naval Service Training Command, recently announced that the Carson High School Naval Junior ROTC Unit has been selected as a distinguished unit with academic honors for the past school year. Principals of schools with this distinction will have three nominations to each of the major federal service academic for the next school year. Competing with over sixty NJROTC units at high schools in the western United States, Carson was one of four units in Nevada earning this award. The cadets leading the unit for this school year were Company Commander Chelsea Milburn; Executive Officer Tylor Fugate and Operations Officer Jose Anaya.

• Erin Been teaches physical education at Carson High School.


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