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Announcements for Monday, March 18 RED DAY

MENU:      Toasted ravioli pasta with sauce, tossed salad, applesauce, French roll

BREAK:   Chick-fil-A chicken minis

SOUPS:   Tomato tortellini, black bean


Detention is THIS weekend, Friday March 22 (7:10 enter door #6 by the portables) and Saturday March 23 (8:00 enter HS door #4).  Detention list will be posted on Tuesday. EVERYONE, please check for your name!

Spirit Week is March 20-22!!  Here is the schedule for the week!

Wednesday- Character Day! Come dressed as your favorite character, ranging from Disney to sports to cartoons. Feel free to come as a duo too! Remember to make your character and costume CAL appropriate (no leggings, ripped jeans, short shorts, etc)

Thursday - Crazy Socks and College Day! Thursday, March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day, so where your crazy socks to show your support! Also, Thursday is the first day of the NCAA Tournament, so show your support for your favorite college or team and wear their t-shirt/jersey in support of Round 1 beginning! Also, pick up a March Madness bracket in Mrs. Pressley's room or Mr. Hayes' room! Remember to make your outfit CAL appropriate (no leggings, ripped jeans, short shorts, etc).

Friday- Team Color Day!! Wear your grade's assigned color for the first annual Buff Puff Boys Volleyball game! Freshman wear red, Sophomores wear blue, Juniors wear purple, and Seniors wear pink! The volleyball games will begin at 6:00pm in the Blue Gym and will be $2 to participate/attend. All proceeds are going to B Side U for Life! Remember to make your outfit CAL appropriate (no leggings, ripped jeans, short shorts, etc).


Medicines for Honduras...we need your help!  Please bring in...check with your 1st block teacher for what your class is collecting.

Scotland to England Trip: If you are interested in going on a unique 11 adventure designed and led by the Bible and History departments, there will be an informational meeting March 26th at 6:00PM in High School Room 806. There is limited space on this trip, and spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. To RSVP or see more information please visit:  rsvp.eftours.com/pvantxp

Anyone interested in going to Spain, France and Italy June 5 to June 18 see Katherine Magnuson, Room 715.  There are two spots open.  

It is scheduling time!!!  Your parent/guardian received an email with all of the directions. Log on to RenWeb this weekend and register for your 2019-2020 classes!!!

If you are interested in auditioning for either Chorale or Show Choir and you are not currently in Choir please email Miss Ungaro: cungaro@caschools.us


Friday is BUFF PUFF volleyball at 6:30...come on out and join us!!!


Home City Ice is hiring...Applicants should visit www.jobs.homecityice.com to apply or call 502-365-5041 and ask for James to schedule an interview.

Liege and Dairy, a new ice cream and waffle shop in Louisville, is currently looking to hire 15-20 fun, outgoing, and responsible people.  Applications are available online at: liegeanddairy.com

Summer sitter needed for 10 year old girl CAL student in the Woodmont neighborhood. Prefer a female junior or senior driver.  Plan to be active and have fun at our neighborhood pool as well as other fun summer day outings.  Hours are roughly 9am-4pm, M-F with some flexibility if needed as well as time off during our tow planned vacations.  Please call to discuss pay and details - 502-608-6266.



Rising Juniors and Seniors:  The University of Louisville College Of Business is hosting Project BUILDING – June 3-28, 2019  9:00am-12:00pm  Monday through Friday Project BUILD, was started 30 years ago by Jay T. Brandi, a finance professor and chair of the finance department. This four-week summer program held at the college is for high school juniors and seniors. It introduces them to the world of business and business-related careers through classes in accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing. Partners in the BUILD program include UofL, Lincoln Foundation, PNC Bank, Humana, UPS, WellCare, Old National Bank, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. See your counselor for an application. 


Do you need money to pay for college? UPS offers a generous tuition program with the opportunity to graduate from college "debt free". In addition to tuition benefits, employees will receive a competitive hourly wage and benefits package. For more information contact Shelly Martin, UPS HR Recruiter shellymartin@ups.com or go to:  https://metro-college.com/what-is-it   https://www.jobs-ups.com/earn-and-learn


Monday, March 18, 2019 

4:00 PMGirls Varsity Tennis Sacred Heart Academy Tennis Court
5:00 PMGirls Varsity Softball Green Bay Preble HS Softball Field
6:00 PMBoys Varsity Baseball South Oldham High School Baseball Field
7:30 PMGirls Varsity Lacrosse Manual vs Presentation Centurion Field

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

4:30 PMBoys Varsity Tennis North Oldham High School Tennis Court
6:00 PMGirls Varsity Lacrosse Kentucky Country Day School Centurion Field
7:30 PMGirls Varsity Lacrosse KCD vs Presentation Centurion Field
5:30 PMGirls Varsity Softball Mercy Academy Softball Field
7:00 PMGirls Junior Varsity Softball

Thursday, March 21, 2019 

6:00 PMBoys Varsity Lacrosse Eureka HS Centurion Field
7:30 PMBoys Junior Varsity Lacrosse
5:30 PMGirls Varsity Softball Green Bay Preble HS Softball Field
7:00 PMGirls Junior Varsity Softball
6:00 PMBoys Varsity Basebal lDupont Manual High School Baseball Field

Friday, March 22, 2019

4:00 PMBoys Varsity Tennis Walden Tennis Court
6:30 PMBoys Varsity Baseball Lafayette High School Baseball Field
6:30 PMGirls Varsity Lacrosse Presentation Academy Centurion Field

Saturday, March 23, 2019

10:00 AMGirls Varsity Lacrosse Oldham Co vs Conneaut HS Centurion Field
11:30 AM Oldham County High School
1:00 PM Conneaut Area Senior HS
11:00 AMBoys Varsity Baseball Lexington Christian Academy Baseball Field
1:30 PMLCA vs N Oldham
4:00 PMNorth Oldham High School

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