Daily Announcements

Announcements March 22, RED day

Menu:     Pizza, veggies, fruit

Break:    Cinnamon rolls

Soups:   Chicken enchilada, chicken pot pie


Detention is on Saturday beginning at 8:00 and you may serve up to 3 hours.  Please be in uniform, have your ID and $5 for each hour you need to serve.

If you had your job shadow experience at Love City, please see Mrs. Anderson in the High School office.

Honduras Medical Drive has started!  Check your email and bring in the supplies!

Applications for seniors who are interested in taking Co-Op or doing an Internship are available in the high school office from their counselor.

Honors Chorale: If you are not currently in choir, but you are interested in auditioning for Honors Chorale for the 2018-2019 school year, please email Miss Ungaro cungaro@caschools.us so she can add you to the Canvas page with all the audition information on it.

If you register for Culinary Arts for next year, please see Mrs. Shinn in 713 for an application.


General Electric will be here on Tuesday, March 27th during 2nd lunch in Room 723 to discuss summer internship opportunities.  Highlighted areas will include: Human Resources, Finance, IT, Engineering, Sales, Marketing, and Logistics.   This is a wonderful opportunity and great resume builder. Bring your lunch and join us!

Help Wanted:

Kentucky Kingdom & Hurricane Bay are now hiring for the 2018 summer season. Positions are available for students age 16 and older in the Aquatics Department, as Lifeguards and Slide Attendants, and in the Rides Department, as Ride Operator and Ride Operator Assistants. Apply today at www.kentuckykingdom.com/jointheteam

Summer Babysitter needed: We are looking for a summer babysitter for our 2 year old son and 7 year old daughter. We live in 40214 and have 2 dogs. Average of 30 hours a week. Would be nice if you could drive, but not mandatory. Please email ability.ky@gmail.com if interested. 

Professional Pool Management of KY is seeking Summer Lifeguards!  Multiple Locations, Competitive Pay, Bonus Opportunities, Management Opportunities, American Red Cross Certification.  To apply, go to www.ppmlifeguard.com   Questions call:  502-876-2999

Raising Cane's is hiring...drop in, fill out an application or apply on-line at www.raisingcanes.com

Harmony Landing Campus, is seeking a professional smiling face to fill our Server positions at our 19th Hole, Pool, Golf Outings and Special Events. Applicant must be friendly, mature, professional, as well as team oriented and able to multitask. Reliable transportation is a must as well as the ability to work holidays, nights, and weekends. This is a Part Time position. Fifteen to twenty hours per week.  For more information call Sherry Haley at (502) 228-1161 EXT. 2609 or sherry@bigspringcc.com

Childcare/carpool needed for an elementary student in the Middletown area.The purpose of this opportunity  is to evolve into a summer care position as well as flow into the next school year. Starting pay $10.00. Summer Perks: Use of home pool during season, paid admission into any event applicant is asked to take my child to enjoy.  For more information email Stephanie Reynolds Waltrip swaltrip85@gmail.com

Renaissance Fun park is now hiring energetic individuals. Email funjobs@funatthepark.com to apply!


Harry Greschel Track and Field meet is on Sat March 24th and WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! For more information or to sign up contact Mr. Dixon at drvdixon@yahoo.com

The VA (Veterans Association) needs volunteers!  Medical, administrative...for more information contact Voluntary Service at VHALOUVAVS@va.gov or (502) 287-6221.



TorchPrep is offering multiple summer intensive ACT prep programs.  All TorchPrep courses include 30 hours of training, 4 full-length simulated tests, a customized study plan, TorchPrep training manual, testing watch, and guaranteed results.  Courses preparing for the June 9th ACT include a 4 day intensive (6/4-6/7, 9:00-4:30 pm) or a weekend warrior class (5/19, 5/20, 6/2, 6/3, 9:00-4:30 pm).  Courses preparing for the July 14th Act is a 4-day intensive class (7/9-7/12, 9:00-4:30 pm), and the course preparing for the September 8th ACT is a weekend warrior class (8/18, 8/19, 8/25, 8/26, 9:00-4:30 pm).  To register, visit www.torchprep.com.

Jarboe’s Heating & Cooling is offering 6 ExtraordinAIRy scholarships worth $1,000 each to graduating seniors.  There is no GPA requirement for these scholarships, all career paths are eligible, and the student can attend a 4-year college, 2-year college, vocational college, or a trade school.  Students must be nominated by a parent, teacher, counselor, neighbor, employer, etc. The essay should convey why this high school senior is an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure to our future by including an overview of the nominee’s life skills in action such as perseverance in overcoming difficult circumstances, integrity, kindness, and commitment to community to name a few. To be nominated, encourage recommenders to visit www.MyLouisvilleTreasure.org and complete the nomination by May 31st.

Bellarmine University is offering a variety of Summer Camps throughout this summer for high school students.  Camps include: Broadcasting Basics, Comedy Improv Camp, CSI: Bigfoot!, Journey Through the Law, PSAT/SAT Prep Camp, Real-World Coding, Stop-Motion Movie Making, and Study Smarter, Not Harder.  Interested students can pick up a flyer in your Counselor’s office.

Naval Academy Summer Seminar offers an opportunity for rising high school seniors to experience the academy for one week. Participants learn about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's future leaders at this four-year college. 2018 Sessions: June 2-7, June 9-14,  June 16-21.  See a digital brochure and the website is: https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/NASS.php#fndtn-panel1-Steps-For 
Summer STEM is geared toward students currently in 8th, 9th and 10th grade, the Summer STEM residential program will give attendees an opportunity to engage in hands-on math and science activities with our faculty and midshipmen.  2018 Sessions: June 4-9 for current 8th graders (rising 9th graders) June 11-16 for current 9th graders (rising 10th graders) June 18-22 for current 10th graders (rising 11th graders)  See a digital brochure and the website is:

Seniors:  Applications are available for the 2018 CAL Scholarships – See your counselor for an application.  Due date is April 16!
•Kaytryn Dianna Parrish Memorial Scholarship - $1000 to a student who exhibits a desire to follow Jesus’s example in attitude, compassion, generosity, grace filled heart
•PTO - $1,000 to 1 male and to 1 female who demonstrate a Christ-centered life, positive example for others, applies a consistent effort in academics, genuine concern for others, demonstrates exemplary conduct and Christian character
• Agape - $1,000 to a student who is interested in expressing his/her Christian love through service in the area of Christian Education (teaching bible or another subject in a Christian school) If no students are selecting education, then a worthy student may be considered
•Alumni - $1,000 to a student who demonstrates Christian character, attended CAL for 4 years, strong involvement in extracurricular activities
•Zackery Mitchell Fine Arts Scholarship - $1,000 to a student who is pursuing a Fine Arts designation and a career in the Fine Arts. Christian character must be evident, 3.0 unweighted GPA 


ATHLETIC BAGS - must be put upstairs in the gym, ON the racks, NOT on the floor beside the racks...

Christian Academy tennis swept through the match against Portland Christian 5-0. After a little clean-up of snow CAL was able to push through cool weather with the help of great play from Andy Greene, Paul Hughes, and Kaden MacDonald in singles. The freshman double’s team of Anthony He and Brennan Carson won decisively 6-2; 6-1. The last match was won by Senior Logan Stone and Freshman Ethan Warren. CAL is off to a 4-0 start to the season.  CAL has a tough week ahead with three matches at home. Monday KCD. Tuesday is Manual. Thursday CAL hosts Trinity. 


Friday, March 23, 2018

7:00 PMBoys-Girls Varsity TrackHarry Greschel 5kTrack

Saturday, March 24, 2018

9-2 PMBoys-Girls Varsity TrackHarry GreschelTrack
4:00 PMBoys Junior Varsity BaseballNorth Oldham High SchoolBaseball Field
6:00 PMBoys Freshman Baseball
9:00 AMBoys Varsity LacrosseLibertyville High SchoolSouth Field
4:00 PMBoys Varsity LacrosseDupont Manual High SchoolSouth Field

Monday, March 26, 2018

4:00 PMBoys Varsity TennisKentucky Country Day SchoolTennis Court

5:30 PMBoys Freshman BaseballMale High SchoolBaseball Field

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

4:00 PMBoys Varsity TennisDuPont Manual High SchoolTennis Court
5:00 PMBoys Varsity BaseballWaggener High SchoolBaseball Field
7:30 PMBoys Junior Varsity BaseballFairdale High School
5:30 PMGirls Junior Varsity LacrosseTBDCenturion Field
7:00 PMGirls Varsity LacrosseBallard High School

Thursday, March 29, 2018

4:00 PMBoys Varsity TennisTrinityTennis Court
5:30 PMGirls Varsity SoftballBallard High SchoolSoftball Field
6:00 PMBoys Varsity BaseballOldham County High SchoolBaseball Field

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