Please note - the stories and pictures that appeared on the Homepage are archived on the school's Google+ Page.
Daily Announcements - High School
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Lost and Found
Items left in locker rooms will be placed in boxes located inside the locker room until the end of that sports' season so your child will have immediate access to look for misplaced items. During sports recognition night we will put items out on tables at the entrance of the auditorium for parents to go through. Please do not hesitate to contact school to arrange a time for you to come in prior to that night and look for lost items. We have already retrieved many missed items reported by families. Please encourage your child to check the lost and found areas now located in the main office and each of the locker rooms.
this information about concussions. The more we learn about brain injuries the more we realize we need to be more aware of the dangers that concussions can have, especially long term damage.
Costumes will awarded $10.00 cash prizes based on:
Most Creative, Most Realistic, Funniest, and Scariest
Group Skits will be judged on creativity:
First Prize: Pizza Party
Second Prize: Sundae Party
Third Prize: Donut Party
We encourage everyone to participate in the Halloween festivities!
This morning I received a thumb drive full of pictures from soccer games this past season from Mrs. Louise Jarvis. I also realized I forgot to post a set or two from Mrs. Cavanaugh. Thank you both for the great pictures. Here are the links to some recent photo albums - and remember that all the pictures are posted on the school's Google+ Page.
Apologies to these two senior volleyball players for not posting this last week. They have both helped anchor a strong team for so many years. They will be missed. Do well in the playoffs ladies.
Mrs. Fowler is sharing a letter about the recent water testing. PLEASE CLICK here to read this information.
She is also sharing the testing results. PLEASE CLICK HERE to read the report.
Please note that once the fixes have been made and the re-testing has been completed she will release new information.
Cancer Society and the CTA
The Pointercounts sang to Mrs. Fowler this week as part of their performance.
Lead Testing Results
In August, Brian Beach, Head of Maintenance, initiated lead water sample testing for every faucet and water fountain in elementary and high school.
The preliminary test results are in and there are 13 of the 103 samples that are above the 15 parts per billion level of lead. The majority of the faucets impacted were in the elementary wing from the Elementary Office down to the new Elementary Gymnasium.
Room 3 2nd Grade Mrs. Watson
Room 4 Kindergarten Mrs.Hesseltine
Room 5 2nd Grade Mrs. Seymour
Room 7 3rd grade Mrs, Thomas
Room 8 3rd grade Mrs. Beach
Room 10 Mrs. Beaudin
Room 11 Mrs. Vondell -
Room 12 CSE - Mrs. Johnston
Hand sink in the cafeteria
High School Upstairs
2 sinks in the Home Economics room
Sink at the end of the hall on the second floor.
High school Down Stairs
Payroll tax sink
Mr. Beach has placed signs at the sinks/fountains that did not pass the test. He is also replacing the hardware and the re-sampling of the failed sink/fountains will be scheduled. We will keep you up to date on the progress.
They are available NOW. Purchase one while they last.
Supports the Chateaugay Central School Class of 2020 - Please make checks payable to: Class of 2020.
To order ahead of time see Mrs. Reynolds or Mr. Johnston.
Now On Google +
Senior Square Requirements
Please create a senior square which includes a current photo, name and background. Additional items such as quotes, baby pictures and favorite images can also be used. The squares can be created on the Jostens' computer in Mrs. Gardiner’s room or digitally created and scanned to email@example.com. High resolution background images are required to fit the space, look for at least 1MB image. Mrs. Gardiner can scan any pictures or images to upload to your square. All squares must be completed by December 16, 2016. Please see Mrs. Gardiner or any yearbook staff member for assistance, seniors are welcome to use the computer during their study halls throughout the school day.