May 06 2013
Jolwes Phanord has created a survey related to CBHS food choices, and he wants your input. Please complete his survey at the following link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SFPLKT2
Thanks to all of the junior families who donated breakfast foods Saturday and helped our students bring their best on the SAT’s. Every PPS student who took the test on Saturday gets the day off today (Monday, 5/6).
The school budget is now in the hands of the City Council. May 14th will be the public referendum. We are still ½ teacher short of what we need.
Progress report grades are now available on IC and from advisors. Students in grades 9-11 with more than one “2” as a course grade may be required to stay for BK 7 this week. We are now at the half-way mark of the spring trimester.
May 11th Prom tickets are on sale this week. CBHS juniors and seniors (only) are allowed up to 3 approved guests. All tickets must be purchased by THIS Friday 2pm.. Sign up for guests no later than this Wednesday, May 8th. Tickets are $15 per person and $25 for a couple.We are seeking donations of finger foods and drinks for the prom. Watch for more details. Thanks.
Congrats to Ms. Driscoll and the cast and the crew of All in the Timing for their rollicking weekend shows.
Congrats to the freshmen for a tremendous culmination, to the juniors for surviving the SATS and to the senior authors who read original work at Cafe Night.
From Margo (Will M’s mom): Thanks to all those who contributed to yesterday’s Lawn Sale for Project Graduation! We had a great day, and great sales beyond our hopes, leaving us in good shape for our seniors. Thanks for all your donations and time!
The next PAG meeting will be a week from Thursday, 5/16 at 5:30
Thanks to a $250 donation from PAG, Cabinet has purchased a supplies of balls and fitness equipment (footballs, basketballs, jump ropes, soccer balls, red rubber balls, wiffle ball) for use by crews and others. Thank you PAG.
PAG is looking for parents to become part of PAG’s leadership team for next school year to help us propel the school forward as we grow. Several key PAG positions are open, including treasurer, secretary, co-chair trainee, and a co-chair for our biggest money raiser, the craft fair. Please call Kim Crabill at 615-3181 to discuss how you could help, and thank you! It takes a village, and we hope you will join ours.
5/13-14 – Math NWEA’s (9th)
5/14-16 – Model UN
5/15- AP US
5/20-21 – Eng NWEA’s (9th)
5/20 – Final Words Begin
5/21 – Hidden History Dress Rehearsal
5/22 – 11:05 Dismissal
5/23 – Family Crew Night
5/24 – Hidden History Culmination
5/25 – Sam Pierce’s Maker Faire
Yearbooks: Students can purchase the yearbook online by going to @ybpay.lifetouch.com and using the yearbook id code: 11332713
Or they can buy one at school from Mr. Nichols with cash or check made out to CBHS. The price is $25 (for pre-order). If your student receives free/reduced lunch, the price is $10 but must be purchased at school.
Other Select Student Announcements:
The annual Crew Talent and Variety Show is coming up THIS Friday, May 10th. Acts may take no more than 5 minutes, be PG-13 and all crew members must participate. A panel of highly esteemed judges will preside. Be ready!
Preliminaries: 1:03-1:33 – 30 minutes – 1 from each grade level advances….
9th Grade – Great Space
10th Grade – Library
11th Grade – Outside (or Sweden, back-up)
12th Grade – Somalia
Final: 1:37-2:05 – All in Great Space, on the floor, by crew.
Prelim judges unite as one panel to pick the final two. Applause O’Meter makes the final call.
Do you remember when Charles Maker and the Policer Officer presented at School Meeting about the “SEALsFit” program? If you might be interested in being part of their next session, which starts this week, see Mr. Pierce TODAY. The next session will be in the fall. Please visit www.mainelit.org and the “SEALsFit” tab for more information.
Sophomores and juniors: If you are interested in a PATHS course for next year and have not scheduled a visit, see Mr. Hale. Spots are fast filling up.
Monday: Good Luck AP Environmental Science Students!
Sophomores to Maine State Museum for Malaga Research
Juniors have the day off for taking the SAT’s Saturday.
TST: You da Man presentation for 9th Grade.
Wed: Good Luck AP Calc. Students!
BK 1 – Brain Culmination with 9th Grade
Gay Pride Day Assembly
MANDATORY Model UN Meeting on Wednesday for all delegates attending the USM Model UN conference in the library right after school.
Thursday: Good Luck AP English Students!
9-11 – 9th Grade to Wittenberg Performance at Portland Stage
6pm – National Honor Society Spring Induction
Friday- Crew at the end of the Day – Crew Talent Show
Saturday - Prom – on Casco Bay Ferry Lines – 8-11
Seniors’ last day for classes is Friday, May 31st. All work required for meeting standards in the 3rd tri must be turned in by this date; only work in need of revision but not returned to students by May 30th can be dealt with June 3rd and June 4th after marching practice. All students must be meeting all standards for trimester 3 required for graduation by June 4th 2pm in order to participate in the ceremony.