Seniors to be recognized for scholarships
For the Nevada Appeal
Carson High School will recognize seniors who have been offered college scholarships by generous local and national sponsors 6 p.m. Monday in Senator Square.
This wonderful event is open to the public.
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National Honor Society is hosting its Spring Blood Drive at Carson High School. The blood drive will be 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday in the Small Gym.
You can make an appointment at unitedbloodservices.org.
To thank you for donating blood, United Blood Services will perform a total cholesterol test on a sample from today’s donation. Your confidential result will be available on the website within seven days of your donation.
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Students involved in the MASH program at Carson High School recently worked with Deputy Jessica Rivera on some posters with an anti-bullying message to be shared with an elementary school.
The Carson City Sheriff’s Department is one of the partners with Carson High School through the 21st Century Program. In addition to after-school tutoring and one-on-one mentoring, MASH has provided students with many enrichment activities, including cooking in Culinary Arts with Ms. Reynolds, creating ceramic art with Ms. Wandel, CPR certification with school nurse Ms. Story, and developing glowing organisms with biology teacher Ms. Koop.
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Congratulations to the many students who placed at FBLA State Championships.
They are: Michael Samii, third in Business Math; Michael Samii and Porfirio Jauregui, fifth in Entrepreneurship; Rebecca Matley, third in Impromtu Speaking; Cindy Guerrero, ninth in Personal Finance; Rebecca Matley and Mohamad Sayafi, fourth in Global Business; Cara Dopf and Rachael Kengott, seventh in Banking and Financial Systems; and Ashley Saarem and Danny Gall, third in Web Design.
The students are going to FBLA Nationals are: Mohamad Sayafi, Michael Samii and Alex Sanchez, second in Business Plan; Ashley Saarem and Danny Gall, first in Desktop Publishing; and Curtis DeVore and Alyson Christl, second in Web Design.
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This week’s Senior Spotlight is Victor Favero. He holds a grade-point average of 4.3.
His classes include intermediate drama, honors physics, advanced- placement history, honors trig/precalculus, concert choir and advanced- placement English.
Victor would like to be a world traveler; however it won’t pay the bills. He will be going to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, within the next month.
He wants to either be a doctor or international relations. He would like to be involved in Doctors without Borders or maybe working for the UN and help keeping the peace.
Throughout high school, Victor has been able to earn the required amount of credits in the last three years for graduation in order to graduate early.
Even though he has been busy with taking extra classes, either online or at Adult Education, he has been extremely involved in our drama and choir programs here at Carson High.