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SkillsUSA Virginia State Leadership and Skills Conference

The SkillsUSA Virginia State Leadership and Skills Conference was held in Roanoke Virginia on April 4th- April 5th. Caroline High School had four students attend this conference, those students were, Jazmen Moore(Jr), Cassandra Wells(Sr), MarQuia Courtney(So), and Desiree Lee(So). Of these students two of them competed in the SkillsUSA State completion, those students were MarQuia Courtney and Desiree Lee. They placed 41st out of 46 entries.

The Culinary Academy will be competing in a FCCLA completion during the State Leadership & Recognition Conference, in Virginia Beach which was held on April 4-6

They competed in the categories of: Names provided along with the awards they received.

Chocolate, Pastries
Aj Derricott, Bronze
Shertonya Nelson, Bronze

Decorated Cake
Brandon Johnson, Bronze

Show Pieces
Ashley Garcia, Bronze

3 Man Iron chef Competition- This competition is when the students had to complete a three course meal. There were a total of 13 teams participating in the Iron Chef Competition. The Caroline High School boys participants scored 71 points just 8 points shy of 1st place.

The meal consisted of the following menu

1. Wheat berry salad w/Orange, cherries and Pecan
2. Roasted Potatos
3. Ratatouille
4. Poached salmon w/ a Beurre Blanc sauce

Participants and their awards-
Collin Hess 3rd, silver, $5000 scholarship
Mason Hall 3rd, silver, $5000 scholarship
Jared Selph 3rd, silver, $5000 scholarship

We are very proud of our students’ results! GO CAVS


One of the agenda items at the Caroline County School Board meeting on Monday, April 14, 2014 will be the discussion and possible approval of a pre Labor Day start of school for the 2014-15 school year. The purpose of this announcement is to let you know that it is being discussed and if it is approved, it will result in changes to the 2014-15 school calendar. Caroline County is now eligible for a waiver to start before Labor Day due to the number of days missed over the last 10 year period. More information will be available after Monday’s School Board meeting.

Caroline Brings Home Gold

On Saturday April 5th, at the Roanoke Civic Center, Caroline High School competed in the State Power Equipment Technology (Small Engine) Competition through Skills USA (formerly VICA). We are pleased to report that Austin Borow, a junior at CHS, won that competition and has brought a gold medal back to Caroline. Austin won a gift card to Advance Auto Parts, a Snap-On tool set, a scholarship award, and he has qualified to represent the State of Virginia at the national competition later in June. The competition involved writing a resume, a test on engine theory and shop safety, the setting of multiple cylinder timing, the setting of valve clearance, battery testing and inspection, and an equipment preventative maintenance inspection. Mr. Anderson, Austin’s teacher, is extremely proud of him and all of the time and hard work he has spent preparing himself for a career in mechanics. Mr. Anderson says that Austin has great skill for his age and he has an incredible work ethic. Congratulations Austin!



Athletics Update

Congratulations to the boys track team on winning the JR Tucker Tiger Invitational. 19 schools throughout the area participated and Caroline won, scoring over 100 points in the meet. Boys JV Baseball is off to a 3-0 starts after defeating Patrick Henry, Glen Allen, and Washington & Lee. V Baseball is 2-1 on the year. Each soccer team is showing improvement: the boys were tied with Glen Allen at halftime and took a 1-0 lead over Hanover the other night. In tennis, each team has posted victories so far this season. Both JV & V softball recorded wins over Washington & Lee this past Friday night. Many teams have home games this week, come out and support the student-athletes!