Daily Announcements

Announcements for Friday, January 17, BLUE Day


Break -  Cinnamon rolls

Soup -   Tomato tortellini

Lunch -  Pizza, veggies, fruit


Congratulations to Kristen Price, winner of 2020 CAL School of the Arts Vocal Art Song Competition. As the competition winner, Kristen will be performing his solo at the choir concert on Thursday, February 27th.  Congratulations also to Jana Riley for placing second. Everyone that participated did a fantastic job!

Our next Saturday detention will be on February 1st.

Check the lost & found in the HS office for YOUR items.  Anything unclaimed will be donated at the end of the week.

Winter Dance tickets will be on sale this week outside the high school office at break. They are $25 each. The dance is at Louisville Slugger on January 25th from 7:30-10:30. The theme this year is "A Night in Old Hollywood".

Interested in helping someone in need?  Consider GIVING BLOOD at the  Red Cross Blood Drive on January 28, 2020.     The Blood Drive will be held in the Blue gym from 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.  You must be 16 to donate with parental consent.  Time missed from class will be excused.  Sign up with a HOSA member during lunch on January 21st-27th or see  Mrs. Price (Room 726).


The next Spanish Club meeting will be on Thursday, January 23.  We are expanding our borders this month to include our friends who are learning Mandarin!  Come broaden your horizons and learn a little something about the Chinese culture and language!



The Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy (SLCDA) is open to high school sophomores and juniors.  Participants are introduced to the Marine Corps leadership principles, mission, core values and military culture.  Application deadline is January 31. Visit the SLCDA website or the SLCDA Facebook and Instagram pages for more information.

Independence Bank is looking for students who need financial assistance to further their education. Applications can be completed online by visiting their website. The deadline to apply is January 31st. Questions? Email scholarships@1776bank.com or stop by your nearest Independence Bank location

Seniors -The Jamie Parsley Family Foundation is offering scholarship opportunities to high school seniors graduating from a Louisvisville Catholic or Private School. These scholarships will be in the amount of $5,000 per year and are payable to the student's college or university of choice and are renewable for 3 additional years. In addition, the Foundation may offer a few one year $5,000 nonrenewable scholarships. All applications must be complete and postmarked by February 1, 2020 to receive consideration. To learn more and to apply go to jpff-ky.org. (See the application under "Apply" on the Green Banner)

From academic rigor to test anxiety...TorchPrep takes care of it all  Courses start the week of Feb. 10th. Register here or for more information torchprep.com or call us 888.382.8174

The Valley Woman's Club Scholarship program is offering several one-time $2,000 scholarships to recipients who live in the 40272 zip code and plan to attend a two-or-four year academic/trade/vocational accredited school. Interested students should see their counselor for an application.  Applications must be mailed and received by March 25th.  

The United States Marine Corps offers an immersive leadership experience for high school students June 15-20 at Marine Corps Base Quantico in Quantico, Va.

Samford University McWorter School of Pharmacy is offering Bulldog Pharmacy Camp this summer, June 21-26 for students that are interested in investigating a career as a pharmacist.  The camp is open to rising juniors, seniors and rising college freshmen.  If interested, see your counselor for details.


Need Service Hours? Trilogy Health Services, a Senior Living Community, that has ten facilities in the Louisville area, could use your help with holiday events, parties/socials, games, music, visiting with residents, outings and other activities. One of Trilogy's communities, The Legacy at English Station, is located very close to CAL. Interested students, see your counselor for an application. 


Elderly blind lady in urgent need of a personal assistant on Saturdays.  She requires assistance with light meal prep and possibly some other chores.  She will pay $10/hr and estimates that she will need someone from 4-6 hours.  Time of day is flexible and she requests a female.  If you are interested, please call Aimee Games at 502-216-3019.

Help Wanted:  Dependable, loving junior or senior girl with a dependable vehicle is needed to drive a CAL second grade and kindergarten girl home from school on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and stay until about 6:00 p.m. We would like for you to get them to do their homework and get a snack. The home is only 11 minutes away from school. Please contact Chelsey Farmer at 260-438-8479.


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