Announcements Tuesday, January 18  RED day

Menu:   Cheeseburger, apple sauce, chips

Break –  Biscuits & gravy

Soups –  Cheeseburger, black bean

GENERAL:

Scholastic Awards will be announced at break…come to Mrs. Cusick’s room 117!
Winter Dance tickets are on sale TODAY outside the HS office at break.  Tickets are $25 and CAL students only.
Detention is on Friday.  You need to be here by 7 as detention begins at 7:10.  Enter by the side HS door #31 and have your $5.  Detention is also on Saturday this week.  Be here at 7:50 as detention begins at 8, enter by door #31 and have your $5 for each hour you need to serve.
MEETINGS:
The Esports team is looking for individuals who are willing to be a part of the FIRST-EVER League of Legends CAL team. No EXPERIENCE is needed! If you have any questions or interest, we meet in the COMPUTER LAB EVERY WEDNESDAY BETWEEN 3:30-5 PM! You can reach Coach Sal @ psalmen@caschools.us

CLUBS:

CLUBS, click here for all of the choices.  Pick one…or more…that looks interesting and get involved!

JOB OPPORTUNITIES: 

Weed Man Lawncare is hiring outside marketing representatives for the 2022 season!  Pay starts at $16 and high potential to earn upwards of $20 an hour with commissions! Give us at a call at (502) 785-7740 or visit us at weedmanusa.com and start your application today!
StoryPoint, Independence Village and Leisure Living Senior Communities, of Middletown and Prospect are seeking servers, dishwashers and caregivers. Flexible hours to work around your schedule, no late night shifts and opportunities to grow!  To apply, go to: https://www.storypoint.com/careers/ For more information, contact, Hayley Wernet at 810-522-4016 or hwernet@csig.com

Forum at Brookside is looking for servers.  Hours are flexible, pay is $11/hr, Sign-on bonus of $500, refer a friend, and receive $250.  You must be 15 1/2 yrs old.  Apply online at The Forum at Brookside.com

SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

Tutors are needed for elementary students after school.  This can count for service hours or for pay.  Please see Mrs. Blount if you are interested.

Upside Therapeutic Riding provides equine-assisted therapies to children with disabilities as well as veterans. We are in need of some weekend help on Sundays making hay bags and mucking the dry lots. We would be grateful for any help. Call for more information at 502-445-8242

COUNSELORS:

The Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE) is accepting applications. The deadline for submission is Monday, Jan. 24, 2022. GSE immerses teens in a creative space and arms them with the tools they need to unleash their entrepreneurial spirits.  To find out more or to register, visit:  https://kentuckygse.com/
Seniors – Are you not sure what you want to do after high school graduation?  Would you like to grow in your faith, experience genuine community, serve others, and travel while earning college credit. Onelife is a nine-month Christain GAP year program that you can do while trying to determine God’s direction for your life. For more information, go to:  https://www.onelifepath.org/.
SCHOLARSHIPS:
The Jamie Parsley Family Foundation is offering scholarship opportunities to high school seniors graduating from a Louisville area Catholic, Private or Independent school.  These scholarships will be in the amount of $5,000 and are payable to the student’s college or university of choice and are renewable for 3 additional years, provided the student meets the renewal requirements.  The renewal requirements are outlined in the scholarship packet along with the requirements for application. The application is on our website at http://jpff-ky.org/  All applications must be completed and postmarked by February 1, 2022 to receive consideration.  Please note that starting this year we will no longer require the students social security number.

ATHLETICS:

HS volleyball meeting will be held Wednesday, Jan 19th at 3:15 in the HS health room (located in the top of blue gym).  All HS volleyball & 8th-grade volleyball players please plan to attend.