Daily Announcements

Friday, April 20, 2018   
 
 
  • Best of luck to our varsity boys tennis team - the team will face Blackhawk in the first round of the WPIAL playoffs today. Go Cougars!
  • The Carlynton Education Foundation is encouraging students to apply for scholarships to attend academic enrichment programs that occur outside of the school day or during the summer. For more information and guidelines, CLICK HERE.
  • Some materials are needed in The Shop! Parents, as you are doing spring cleaning, please consider donating the following items for our students to use: corks, empty toilet paper rolls, empty paper towel rolls, Lincoln Logs, K'Nex and Legos, sewing supplies - felt, fabric, buttons, ribbon and patterns, crafting supplies and scrapbook paper, glue guns, wood glue, crafting glue, costume jewelry, beads and jewelry making supplies, small cardboard boxes, sheet music for beginners (piano, guitar), puzzles, and cards and board games in new or like-new condition. Items can be dropped off at the junior-senior high school or use the e-mail below to arrange a pick up. If you have something you think would be appropriate for the space but is not listed above, please contact Wendy Steiner at wendy.steiner@carlynton.k12.pa.us. Thank you!
  • IF you missed the in-school sale date, tickets for the school picnic at Kennywood Park can also be purchased online at kennywood.com/carlynton. Tickets are $26 each. Bus tickets for transportation to and from the park are $5 per person and can be purchased in the transportation office or by calling 412-429-2500, ext. 1113. The school picnic is Thursday, May 24th. 
  • The third annual Southwestern PA Special Needs Fair and Expo will be held Saturday, April 28 from 11 am to 3 pm at The Pathfinder School on Donati Road in Bethel Park. For more information, send email to specialneedsfairpa@gmail.com.
  • The 4 x 100 relay team of Katie Kozy, Sydney Franchick, Ainsley Pearce and Arieona Smith-Purdue will represent Carlynton in the largest track meet in the world - the Penn Relays. The girls will travel April 26-28 to compete in Philadelphia. Go girls! Run like the wind! 
  • A opportunity to learn more about careers and related subject matter is available for students, sponsored by the U Can B program. A variety of informational sessions will be held in Room 107 during periods 4 and 5 on the following Friday dates:
    March 9 - Careers in Health Care and Nursing
    March 23 - Careers in Information Technology
    April 6 - Careers in the Trades
    April 20 - Careers in Hospitality
    April 27 - Entrepreneurship
    May 5 - Careers in Engineering
    For more information, see Mrs. Barnes or Mr. Loughren.
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FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE:
Stop by the guidance office for a complete list of scholarship opportunities!
  • Seniors - Please stop by the guidance office for a list of scholarship opportunities or CLICK HERE!
  • CLICK HERE for an UPDATED list of internships, career fairs and/or job opportunities.
  • Spring 2018 Graduating BFA Exhibition – April 20-May 5 at Youngstown State University. Aspiring art students will have the opportunity to meet with graduating students, alumni and faculty members to learn more about the studio concentration areas in ceramics/sculpture, digital media, interdisciplinary studio art, graphic and interactive design, painting/printmaking, and photography, as well as art education. Visit art.ysu.edu for more information.
  • Online Driver Education Classes – Mt. Lebanon High School is offering online driver education classes for $390 for non-residents. Car instruction only/license test is $300. Please visit www.mtlsd.org/ae or stop by the guidance office for more information and dates.
  • GIRLGOV is accepting applications for the 2018-2019  GIRLGOV yearlong program.  It is created by teen women for teen women and is designed to provide local girls with the opportunity to learn first hand about government, civics, advocacy, philanthropy, community involvement, youth organizing, women's history, and leadership.  There is no fee to participate.  Application deadline is May 30, 2018.  For more information, go to their website at girlgov@wgfpa.org.
  • From the Guidance Office - CLICK HERE to read the latest newsletter from the counselors.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The district will be hiring summer custodians to help clean the buildings this summer. Students must be a current senior or older and must obtain clearances. Hourly rate is $10. Applications are available in the transportation office. Deadline to apply is April 20.

SCOTT ELECTRIC is hiring!
  A local electric company is looking to hire seniors for FT/PT/Summer work. Starting wage is $13.89/hour. For more information, visitwww.scottelectricusa.com/careers or stop by the guidance office.



Please check out bulletin board in senior hallway for other job opportunities.


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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