Senator Square: Reminder: No dogs allowed on new track
Carson High School would like to seek the help and cooperation of the community.
On the weekends and after school, people are bringing their dogs and walking on the new track and field complex.
The dogs are leaving their waste on these complexes and are damaging them severely.
Dogs are not allowed on school grounds unless they are service dogs. Please keep dogs off school grounds so we can preserve our great facilities for the students and community.
The award-winning choir and musical theater programs will be presenting their winter concerts on Monday (Musical Theater) and Tuesday (Choral ensembles) at the Carson City Community Center at 7:30 p.m.
Admission for the concerts is $3 or three cans of food. All food donations will be given to the Northern Nevada Food Bank to benefit families in need this holiday season.
Hope to see you there!
The Carson High School talent show is open for the entire community. This year, our talent show will be bigger than ever.
We had more than 27 acts audition and we kept in the best 16. We have bands, singers and songwriters, and even a group of 30 hip-hop dancers.
It promises to be a very entertaining show.
Tickets for this year’s talent show are now being sold by participants.
Plan on coming to this amazing show. This year promises to have an even larger audience.
The show is on Dec. 16 at the Carson City Community Center. Doors open at
6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $3 with a student body card, $4 for general admission.
Carson Performing Arts will present “Eb Scrooge, A Southern Fried Christmas Carol” at the Brewery Arts Center Black Box Theatre.
Shows are 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 and 2 p.m. Dec. 12 and 13.
Tickets are $5 for children and students and $8 general admission. For more information, e-mail boxoffice@carson.K12.nv.us or call 283-1600 ext. 1680.
This coming week at CHS will be our second annual Week of Giving. We know that there are so many ways to give at this time of year.
Each class has chosen a charity to give to, including The Angel Kiss Foundation, FISH, Tiny Toes, the local animal shelter and the Ron Wood Family Resource Center.
The week will culminate with an all-school formal Winter Ball held at the Carson Nugget.
The CHS ski team is hosting an MSP Films double feature beginning at 7 p.m. Friday at the Carson City Community Center to benefit the Carson High Ski & Board Team.
MSP Films takes an original look at the sport of skiing. All of the skiers in the film – park rat or big mountain charger – share a common bond: the overwhelming desire to ski.
Each person gets stoked in his own unique way, whether it be a double cork 1260, a deep turn on a storm day or ripping a giant AK line. Skiing is an incredibly diverse sport that offers it all.
With the progressive skiing and award-winning cinematography that has made MSP famous, MSP Films takes you along for the ride deep into the experience as we share the love for the greatest sport in the world.
Tickets are $10 (double-feature) pre-purchased at the Sporting Rage or $15 at the door.
Carson High School PTSA is sponsoring an informational event scheduled in the school library at 7 p.m. Jan. 5.
The intent of this program is to provide parents with information about WNC, UNR, and what to expect when you go to college.
There will be three break-out sessions: 1) a panel of former students discussing college life, 2) Katie Laeo from WNC, and 3) Natalie Eherlinger from UNR.
Please plan on attending.