Senator Square: Activities in full swing at CHS
Our health occupations class is a member of the professional organization called Health Occupations Students of America. These students compete in medical events ranging from CPR/first aid to medical terminology and nursing events.
Many of the 20 students placed in the top 10 in their events, but four placed in the top five. Briana Neben finished fifth in the sports medicine competition, Katherine Urrutia finished fifth in the medical terminology competition and the team of Olivia Hersey and Shayna Ruybalid finished second in the CPR/first aid event, qualifying them for the national competition in Orlando, Fla., June 23-26.
ACT and SAT Prep Workshops will be held on the following dates:
ACT workshops will be
7-7:45 a.m. Tuesday through April 2 in the library, and SAT workshops will be 7-7:45 a.m. April 26-30 in the library.
Students are encouraged to attend and learn strategies for these important college entrance exams. Please sign up in the counseling office.
Western Nevada College is holding College Day for Seniors on April 16. This is a great day to spend at WNC and learn about their many programs.
Sign-up forms are available in the counseling office.
Cheer tryouts will be scheduled in May. Please see our information table at the eighth-grade orientation on April 19.
Mr. Carson High will be 6:30 p.m. April 16 at the Carson City Community Center. Tickets are $6 in advance from any participating cheer team member or $10 at the door.
Proceeds will benefit Carson High School’s cheer program. Contact the athletic office at 283-1900 for details.
Mrs. Midboe’s CLS class would like to thank the staff and management at Carl’s Jr. for the great tour of their kitchen and the even better lunch.
Carson High Culinary Arts would like to extend a huge thank you to the Carson City Nugget. Chef Nick Demagistris and Maitre d’ Charles Bloomfield along with their entire staff hosted a remarkable dinner fundraiser.
Carson City merchants who donated items, Xpressions, Artisan Cafe, Gilford Auto Repair, Naughty and Nice, Cracker Box, The Firkin and Fox, Red’s 395 Grill, Little People Portraits, Distinct Ink, Empire Ranch Golf, Hollywood Hair, Harrah’s, Purple Avocado, Eagle Valley Golf, Silver Oaks, Thurman’s Ranch House, A Touch of Sun, Gold Dust West Bowling, Massage Envy.
With the proceeds from the dinner we are closer to reaching our fundraising goal to attend the National Competition in Kansas City.