Daily Announcements

 
September 20, 2018   |  Thursday
 
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2018 Homecoming Court  
Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming Court: Jasmine Caldwell, Airys Gould, Nina Munoz, Julia Roussos, Maria Smereka, Nathan Latta, Cameron Heiser, Maclaine Greiner, Matthew Harris, and Gabriel Prepelka. Homecoming festivities begin the week of September 24. The Homecoming King will be announced and crowned at a pep rally on Friday, September 28; the queen will be announced during halftime ceremonies of the football game later that evening. 
The court will be featured in the 2018 Homecoming Parade which begins at 6:00 pm on September 28 and processes down Washington Road in Carnegie. A semi-formal dance will be held Saturday evening, September 29. Details below.
  • The Cougar soccer teams are hosting a fundraiser Friday, September 21 from 4 - 9 pm at the Buffalo Wild Wings in Robinson/North Fayette. Support the soccer team while having a great meal! Present THIS FORM when ordering.
  • Students who like to swim and are interested in joining the junior high or varsity swim teams can stop down to see Coach Schneiderlochner after school in the pool area TODAY, September 20. Sign up to be a part of this award winner team!
Homecoming 2018   Tickets for the 2018 Homecoming Dance go on sale TOMORROW, September 21st, in the cafeteria during second and third lunch periods. Tickets are $25.Students in grades 10, 11 and 12 can attend the homecoming dance. Those planning to bring a guest from another school district can pick up a guest form outside Room 113 or see Mrs. Steiner. Homecoming is Friday, September 28, and the formal dance will be held September 29 in the gym.  
  • Several Carlynton students led by Miss Nocera's technology classroom will host a booth at STEMFest 2018 this Saturday, September 22, 10 am to 5 pm at the Mall at Robinson. Be sure to stop out and see some of the amazing things taking place in STEM education.
  • A Financial Aid Workshop will be held for parents of students in grades 9-11 Thursday, September 27, 6 pm in the cafeteria. Don't miss this chance to learn financial aid secrets and receive tips to complete the FASFA.
  • The Shop is open after school on Mondays through Thursdays from 2:10 to 3:10 pm. Training at various stations will be offered during this after-school sessions. Students who stay for training can take the activity bus.
  • Visit the bulletin board outside the guidance office for a complete listing of dates for all visiting college representatives - see what colleges are visiting and when. If you'd like to hear about a certain college, check in with Mrs. Gallagher in the guidance office to sign up.




FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE:
Stop by the guidance office for a complete list of scholarship opportunities!

Check out the latest list of:
INTERNSHIPS, JOB OPPORTUNITIES, CAMPS, COLLEGE EXPLORATION

The Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium Interactive Job Shadow program will be starting in October. If interested in participating in this program, stop by the guidance office for more information.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES


Please check out bulletin board in senior hallway for other job opportunities.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY - September 29, 12 noon to 4 pm at the Church of the Atonement, 618 Washington Avenue, Carnegie. The church is looking for help waitressing for a church tea.  If interested in volunteering, please call Joyce at 412-276-0366 asap.

Volunteers are needed to work the Haunted Trail in Carnegie Park. This is a fun and rewarding experience and a great way to earn community service credit. If interested, contact Mimi at samswolbert@aol.com.

The Heart II Heart Residential Group Home for young adults with special needs is seeking volunteers to help clients as they participate in daily activities. Office work is also available. The facility is located in the West End and the CEO is a Carlynton graduate. Stop by the guidance office for more information.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY - Earn community service credit! The PA Council for the Blind is seeking volunteers during the PCB Convention and Conference, October 18-21. Contact Gigi at 412-916-2495 or email: gigiswave@gmail.com.


For Community Service Opportunities, be sure to visit Pittsburgh Cares at:http://www.pittsburghcares.org/HOC__Affiliate_Home_Page

 

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      SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIE

      Anyone interested in swimming on the Jr. High or High School Swim Teams. This Wednesday September 21st at 5 pm in the last day to order discounted warm-ups and T-shirts. The cost is $30 and will double after Wednesday. If you are not getting emails coach Mikes email is michael.schneiderlochner@comcast.net

       

      He has order forms at the pool along with warm ups to try on.

      Anyone interested in swimming on the Jr. High or High School Swim Teams. This Wednesday September 21st at 5 pm in the last day to order discounted warm-ups and T-shirts. The cost is $30 and will double after Wednesday. If you are not getting emails coach Mikes email is michael.schneiderlochner@comcast.net

       

      He has order forms at the pool along with warm ups to try on.

      Anyone interested in swimming on the Jr. High or High School Swim Teams. This Wednesday September 21st at 5 pm in the last day to order discounted warm-ups and T-shirts. The cost is $30 and will double after Wednesday. If you are not getting emails coach Mikes email is michael.schneiderlochner@comcast.net

       

      He has order forms at the pool along with warm ups to try on.

      The Girls and Boys Varsity Soccer Teams will be playing at Highmark Stadium THIS EVENING, September 27. Come out and support your teams!
      The girls game begins at 6 pm, with the boys playing at 8 pm.
      Tickets can be purchased at the stadium - $5, students; $10 adults
      May 3, Wednesday - English Literature
      May 4, Thursday - United States Government and Politics
      May 5, Friday - United States History
      May 8, Monday - Biology
      May 9, Tuesday - Cal AB will be in the library
                                 Calc BC will be in the Guidance Conference Room
      May 10, Wednesday - English Language and Composition
      All exams will be administered between 7am-noon.
      May 3, Wednesday - English Literature
      May 4, Thursday - United States Government and Politics
      May 5, Friday - United States History
      May 8, Monday - Biology
      May 9, Tuesday - Cal AB will be in the library
                                 Calc BC will be in the Guidance Conference Room
      May 10, Wednesday - English Language and Composition
      All exams will be administered between 7am-noon.
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