The first semester of 2021 at Carson High School was in the past, and 2022 began a new year and semester. The past is gone, and the future is here, so instead of a New Year’s resolution, how about taking a look at something much bigger? Two things come to mind, freedom of speech and freedom of action because anyone of common sense knows that one cannot exist without the other.
So first comes The Talking Locker #709 at CHS. In the attached photo, College of the Humanities Student Body Secretary Samantha Schofield, Public Relations Officer Sydney Romeo, and Treasurer Ginger Collum discuss the purpose of the Treasury, which is to give students a site to deposit their ideas on how to make the College of Health Sciences a better school, thus giving them an outlet for freedom expression. Then, while plenty of ideas come to mind, nothing happens without action, and CHS Leadership hopes to put the ideas of CHS students into action. In connection with the work, the inaugural address by John F. Kennedy on January 20, 1961. His landmark words, “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country,” challenged every American to contribute in some way to the common good.
In the same way, every student and every American in the Basic Humanitarian Standard may decide to apply the “civil action” theme of President Kennedy’s inaugural address to their own lives and put their good ideas into action. Kennedy inspired students and adults, young and old, to see the importance of civic work and public service when he said, “All this will not end in the first hundred days, nor will it end in the first thousand days, nor in the life of this administration, nor even in our life on this planet, but let We start. “
Another inspiring thought from his speech is: “The energy, faith, and dedication we bring to this endeavor will light up our country (the light of a basic human standard) and all who serve it – and the glow from that fire can truly light the world.”
2021 is gone, it’s in the past, and here is 2022. This is a brand new year, so, like Kennedy’s 1961 inaugural address, put his words into action, and make every day an opportunity to bless others with a generous service to them, especially to those in need. If you are interested in reading about this lesson and applying it to your personal life, please go to https://tinyurl.com/zph8nuuf..
College of Health Sciences Student Body Secretary Sammy Scofield, SB Public Relations, Sidney Romeo, and SB Treasurer Ginger Collum discuss the purpose of The Talking Locker No. 709.
Hi Carson City, Carson City School District, respected faculty and staff. Future Health Experts at Carson Hay (HOSA) have been partnering with Carson City Health and Human Services and Quad-County Public Health Preparedness for some time now. According to CHS health sciences educator and HOSA consultant, Kelly Gustafson, “Due to the pandemic, we’ve been in a bit of a hiatus but are slowly getting back into it, and our first project is trying to get the community resource survey and the attached vaccines to scan the public’s perception and have it completed by as many of our community as possible, so Please see the attached survey link, and complete it by January 1st; we appreciate the help.” Surveys are brief and anonymous and will be used to better serve the community. For more information, contact CCHHS at 775-887-2910. Go to survey.alchemer.com/s3/6459441/78b3431e5201 and survey.alchemer.com/s3/6447320/carson-city-community-resources-survey.
Parents and business owners, it’s time to advertise at CHS YEARBOOK
Carson High School parents, students, and others can purchase a section of the yearbook and use portrait photos to capture and cherish a memorable memory of time spent in and beyond the Carson City School District. Take a look at the possibilities by going to senatorsnow.org. Note to CHS seniors who want to submit a baby photo, it must be completed by January 7, so go to Google Classroom, and submit the photo under the Baby photo assignment. Parents and seniors wishing to receive a friend ad must purchase and complete photo and information submissions by February 28. Also, Carson City business owners may purchase an advertising section of the yearbook, in multiple sizes available, to help immortalize their business name, student or student name, as well as to support the CHS program. It’s also very easy; Business owners simply need to go to yearbookforever.com, search for Carson High School, choose a store, and choose a commercial. They can then upload a pre-designed ad, or they can design their own online ads. They can buy a whole page, a page, or a page. Please, Carson City Companies, include this type of advertisement in the budget to support the physical publication of the Yearbook for the members of the Humanitarian Shura Council and to show the importance of supporting students as they are future employees. For more information on the CHS yearbook, email CHS teacher and yearbook advisor, Cynthia Mills at firstname.lastname@example.org..
College of Health Sciences student Yanezia Herrara with Sharu entering the Writing and Arts Study Contest.
Alliance Awards for Young Artists and Writers
In the December 4 issue of Senator Square, artwork by Brandon Thompson and Elena Bruger, and CHS Graphic Design and SkillsUSA students in Chancellor Patricia Aappio’s classrooms, featured work by CHS students Emma Lobsien with Scholastic Art Presentation of the entry for the writing competition “Bruno Orange” and Janezia Herrara with “Sharo”. The following students from Ababio’s classes compete in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition: Yanezia Herrara, Nadia Hill, Emma Lopsian, Charlotte Albin, Aiden Grimm, Noh Sa, Tierney Frost, Brandon Thompson, and Elena Bruger. The Art and Writing Scholastic Awards are presented by the Alliance of Young Artists and Writers, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent, and to present their outstanding work to the world. Awards give students opportunities for recognition, exhibition, publication, and scholarship. The Art Awards Fair is February 5-25. Gold Key Art will be available for viewing at the Sheppard Contemporary Gallery at the University of Nevada, Reno, located in the Church Fine Arts Building. The nominated art for American Visions will be on display at the Nevada Museum of Art, and the awards ceremony will take place on February 10, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Emma Lobsien, a CHS student with her Scholastic Art and Writing Competition entry, Bruno in orange.
Scholarship for parents and students to consider
The Taco Bell Foundation Scholarship, valued at over $7 million, is scholarships available to motivated students nationwide, available for consideration and due January 11th. Applicants must submit a video, between 30 seconds and 2 minutes, that addresses the following questions: What? It is your passion, how you currently pursue it, how you plan to use your passion to make a uniquely positive change in your community or the world, and how your education will help you pursue your passion and make a difference. Please keep in mind that many scholarships are not offered, so free money is not claimed. Fill out a scholarship and go to college for free. For more information on this scholarship, go to tacobellfoundation.org/live-mas-scholarship/.
Upcoming sporting events
CHS JV Girls, Freshman Girls, and Freshman Boys basketball will take place on January 3 at Damonte Ranch High School in Reno at 3:30, 5, and 6:15 p.m. tentatively. There’s also squash and g-wrestling at the Sierra Nevada Classic at the Reno Convention Center.
Carson City Notable School Dates for 2022
Here are some important future dates to consider. On January 4, classes resume; January 17 Martin Luther King Jr Day, school holiday; January 24 is the county’s early launch day; February 7: non-school day for professional development of staff; February 14 District Early Release Day; February 21 President’s Day is a school holiday; March 1, all 11th graders take the ACT, only juniors attend high school; the 7 March of the boycott early release; 14 March is a non-school day; March 30, Asyut Primary Parents. Accurate. Today, elementary school rejects 12:40 p.m.; March 31, assiut primary for parents. Accurate. Today, elementary school rejects 12:40 p.m.; County Early Release Day on April 4; April 11-18 spring break, school holiday; April 25 professional development for non-school day staff; May 16 District Early Release Day; May 30 Memorial Day, school holiday; minimum for June 1; Jun 1 Eagle Valley Prep School 8th grade, 1 p.m. EVMS Gym; Graduated June 1 Pioneer Academy, 6 p.m., community center, theater; minimum for June 2nd; June 2, 8th Grade Carson Show at Carson Middle School 1 p.m. CMS Gymnasium; June 4 Carson High School Graduation, 9 a.m., CHS, football field.
Considered to become a member of the CHS Parents and Teachers Association
Obtaining a CHS PTA membership comes with many benefits. Get discounted entry to CHS events, games, concerts, etc. Student members, who are seniors, can apply for PTA college scholarships. Programs in need of supervision are Art and Literature Reflections Contest, College Life Interview Board, Graduate Projects, Staff Recognition, Support for Basic Human Standard Departments, Teachers, Clubs, Scholarships for Teachers, and Scholarships for Students. The best part about this is that there are no requirements to become a member. Having a child, a student within the Carson City School District, is not even necessary. To submit a membership form, go to carsonhighschoolpta.weebly.com. The cost is only $6 per member per academic year, so for less than the price of one fine coffee drink, you become part of the CHS Improvement for all students.
Student of the week
Congratulations to CHS Student, Eric Parker on her nomination as Student of the Week. According to CHS Theater, Musical Theater and English Language Arts teacher Andy Wilkerson, “Eric has an infectious energy that makes every class with him a joy for both students and teachers; he works hard to keep his grades high, he overcomes every obstacle in his path, and he does it all with a smile on his face and an attitude positive “. Wilkerson added, “Eric is an active member of the Senate and can be seen participating in many school activities including chamber choir, drama club and more.” Staff within the Carson City School District nominate Student of the Week, and it is often teachers who nominate, although anyone in the district can do so by emailing email@example.com. Congratulations to Eric Parker for excelling so much that his mentor nominated him for CHS Student of the Week.
Phil Brady is an English teacher at CHS.