Theater group to perform as school draws to a close
For the Nevada Appeal
We have incredible things going on at Carson High School, and it’s always a pleasure to inform the public of our happenings. School will end for all students on Friday, and graduation will be at 10 a.m. Saturday on the football field.
Finally, congratulations to our seniors who have made it to the final week of their high school careers. Following are a list of special awards that were given to out to seniors at the annual senior awards assembly this past week. I wish you luck and success in your future! Congratulations, CHS Class of 2013!
Outstanding Science Students: Hannah Fasiang, Clarissa Munoz
Outstanding Web Design Student: Nick Forbes
Outstanding Flash Student: Adrienne Wungnema
Outstanding Math Student: Kenzie Tillitt, Mathew Boggs
Carpe Diem Award: Kendall Schneider, Salvador Arreguin, Sergio Ramirez
Distinguished Theatre Student Award: Louisa Lopez
Theatre Arts Ambassador Award: Claire Hachenberger
Outstanding Drafting Students: Jonathan Porter, Javier Garcia, Kenzie Tillitt, Grant Marantette, Brian Rosas, Casey Wolfe
Outstanding Engineering Student: Eri Rivera
Highest Native GPA Students: Jordan Luhrs, Jasmine Reynolds
Most Improved Native Senior: Sienna Collins
Award of Appreciation: Dallas Burnett
Link Crew Leader Awards: Ashlee Main, Jasmin Flores, Francisco Angulo, Gabriela Ayala-Ponce, Alexa Barredo, Katie Borgman, Emily Gould, Zakary Harjes, Richard Long, Cassie Lytle, Shaylee Nystrom, Abby Pittman, Maddi Saarem, Laura Salazar, Alyssa Sanborn, Krista Stocke
Outstanding Government Students: Cody Mercer, Sergio Ramirez, Chelsea Berry, Kyle Lethcoe, Daniela Carillo, Walker Barnett, Casey Reid, Heather Marrone
Outstanding “WE THE PEOPLE” Student: Courtney Hack
CHS THEATER TO PERFORM AT CAPITOL
CHS’s theater department will perform its first Shakespeare in the park, “The Merchant of Venice.” Come to the Carson City Legislative Plaza Capitol Amphitheater to watch this great tale of mercy, justice, intolerance, betrayal and friendship.
The script is condensed, so the production will only be an hour long. Admission is free (though donations are accepted), and picnic fare is encouraged. So pack a dinner or a dessert, pack your blankets, and join us 6 p.m. Tuesday for “The Merchant of Venice.”
GOLF TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER
CHS Skills USA and ProStart are benefiting from the Carson City Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament. The tournament is June 28 at Silver Oak Golf Course.
You can register by calling the Carson City Chamber of Commerce at 755-882-1565. It will be a fun afternoon of golf and food with the proceeds helping our students. Thank you to the chamber for hosting this fundraising event.
A special mid-week edition of Senator Square will run this week. Angila Golik is a sociology and government teacher at CHS and also a member of Senator Pride.