Senator Square: Volunteers to judge senior projects sought
For the Nevada Appeal
Corina Flansberg is working as the Senior Projects coordinator for Carson High School this year. We are in the process of recruitment of volunteers for the panels on May 20 and 21.
Invitations have been sent out to previous volunteers but are going out later this year than years before because of the change in the panel dates. We have a number of concerned past volunteers/participants.
Portfolios will be available for evaluation May 8-21. There are recommended but not required training sessions May 11, 13 and 15. Each of the trainings is an hour and a half long.
Volunteering will be a commitment of about six hours. This six hours includes only about two hours that are time specific and the other four hours can be at their leisure within the time frame of May 8-19.
Interested people can contact Flansberg for more information, to request a personal invitation or a general flier for their organization.
Contact Flansberg at email@example.com or leave a message at 283-1945.
The senior newsletter, The Guiding Light, is advertising 35 scholarship opportunities for Carson High School seniors.
Copies of the Guiding Light can be picked up in the guidance office or found online at http://www.carsonhigh
The Carson High School Choral Department announced that 21 students were selected to participate in the NMEA All State Honor Choir in April.
This is the highest honor
a choral/vocal student can attain in the state of Nevada. Carson High School also had the highest number of students of any school in the state selected to participate.
Those students are: Elisabeth Linn, Sarah Irvin, Lindsay Burroughs, Bailey Kahue, Stephanie Kulla, Stephanie Gansberg, Laura Mohlenkamp, Juliana Powell, Allison Cowan, Christina Dietlein, Adriana Avitia, Melissa James, Jacob Linstrom, Robbie Shouppe, Brian Lester, Nick Hummel, Jennifer Lombardo, Nathan Hazard, Macauley Williams, Joshua Peacock and Shaun Raiche.
These students will travel to Las Vegas in April and perform a concert of difficult literature with guest conductor Dr. Edith Copley from Northern Arizona University.
Congratulations to all!
The CHS National Honor Society sent a group of five officers to a leadership conference in Chicago.
Students learned many ideas on how to improve our NHS chapter and how to serve our community better.
The CHS Bowling Club has won its ninth consecutive Northern Nevada High School Championship. Carson High is undefeated in those nine years never losing a competition.
Bowling club members are Kyle Lethcoe, Steven Costa, Heather Floyd, Joe Bowers, Angel Elliot, Stephanie Tilton, Scott Tilton, Nick Dicianno, Brianna Mathiesen, Sean Weekley, Jacob Roll, Andrew Watrous and Ricky Merlin.
• Erin Been is a physical-education teacher at Carson High School and a member of Senator Pride.