WORLD LANGUAGE SOCCER MATCH - The 2nd Annual World Language Soccer Match will take place Thursday, October 8th at 3pm in the practice soccer fields. Please sign up with a World Language Club sponsor to join a team! French wears blue, Japanese wears red, German black and Spanish green! Can't wait to see you all there!   Mrs. Walsh 10/8

DECA FOR MARKETING STUDENTS - Attention all Marketing Students interested in joining DECA this year. Your signed event form is due on Tuesday Oct. 6th. Students who do not have their completed event form and club fee in by the deadline dates will not be registered for DECA this year. Please see Mrs. Moore this week for any questions or concerns. Mrs. Moore 10/6

TEST OUT INFORMATION - Students who would like to test out of a class in December can now sign up to do so.  Test Out forms are available in the counseling office and on the counseling website.  Seniors, this is your last chance to test out of a class before graduation. The deadline to sign up is November 14th.                       Mrs. Toderan 10/8

T.A.N. CLUB MEETING - If you want your fifteen minutes of fame to last a lifetime be sure to come to the next T.A.N. Club meeting TODAY AT 2:35!! We will be watching the second half of the movie 21 and food will be provided AGAIN! Don't forget, it's not just a skin color, it's a lifestyle.                                                          . Bullen 10/5 

RECYCLING CLUB - Recycling club will be recycling every Wednesday after school in room 310. Mrs. Phillips 10/8

CHS PHILISOPHY CLUB- The CHS Philosophy Club,Veritas, will meet for the first time this week, Wednesday, October 7 from 2:45-3:15 to review our Mission and Vision and come up with a plan for the school year. Who should come?  Anyone wanting to consider this: "The ever growing competition in our society directly affects our lives as students. Our minds are, more or less, centered on repeated memorization of information, so we do not apply knowledge to its full potential. Because we lack ample time to truly ponder and think, we naturally lose our focus on developing character. We need to change that."   Mr. Henwood 10/7 

COLLEGE VISITS NEXT WEEK - Below are the colleges/universities that have Admission Representatives visiting the week of October 5th. Students may sign-up in the counseling office to attend these presentations. 

10/5/2015 - Hope College, 10/6/2015 - Ferris State University & Madonna University, 10/7/2015 Adrian College & U of M - Flint, 10/8/2015 - Kettering University & U of M – Dearborn, 10/9/2015 - Lawrence Technological University


STOCK MARKET SURVIVOR CLUB - Stock Market Survivor Club is starting up and students should see Mr. Pierce in room A226 if interested in joining.


NEWSPAPER CLUB MEETING - The Newspaper Club will hold an organizational meeting after school on Tuesday Oct. 6 in room A230.  Help keep the school newspaper a part of CHS by becoming a Pawprints reporter.  See Mr. Comos in room A230 if you have any questions.    Mr. Comos 10/5

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY - The 2015-2016 RARE Everyday Hero Scholarship opportunity for seniors is now available. There is no GPA or test score requirement so it is a great opportunity for any student pursuing a Michigan college, university, or post-secondary education. Pick up a flyer in the scholarship drawer in the counseling office today, or check out our CHS Counseling Facebook page for more details.  Mrs. Krzciok 10/2