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!

CHS Spirit Night at Giuseppe’s

The Easter Bunny is coming . . . to Giuseppe’s, Thursday, April 3rd!

Bring the kiddos from 6:00 to 7:00.

The Yearbook Staff will be coloring Easter Eggs too.

Dine-in or carry out after 4:00 pm

Mention CHS and a portion of the sales will be donated back to the high school!

CCPS Art Show

The Annual Caroline County Public Schools’ Art Show is just around the corner! Come out and see artwork and performances from all of the schools in Caroline County.

When: May 2, 2014 from 5:00PM-8:00PM
Where: Caroline High School

Congratulations to CMS Art Students!

A message from Ms. Natalie Granaas, Art Teacher at Caroline Middle School:

I would like to recognize and congratulate one of Caroline Middle School’s 6th grade student leaders, Aidan Huff, for co-winning first place in the Caroline Library, Inc., Bookmobile Design Art Contest. Aidan created his own original design, with an intriguing caption “Everybody reads! Do you?” His design clearly expressed the theme of libraries, reading and books! His design will be placed on the side of the new bus for Caroline Library, Inc. Aidan’s design was selected as a first place co- winner out of a 168 entries county wide! Wow, what an accomplishment! I am proud of you!

I would also like to recognize and congratulate all of my 6th grade and 7th grade student leaders, which placed as finalists in the Caroline Library, Inc., Bookmobile Bus Design Art Contest. Your hard work, creativity and dedication truly stood out! Way to go! I am very proud of everyone! The following is a list of finalists from Caroline Middle School:

Erin Burkins
Nhiya Dewer
Eris Crouch
Cora Gordon
Chester Monroe Jr.
Isabella Marshall
Yamierelys Nieves
Daunte Anthony
Morgan Smith

Our classroom “SMART Goal” for this project was to be able to communicate an idea through art. This goal challenged my students, but my students worked hard and together we achieved our classroom goal! Keep up the great work and I am proud of you all!

The Caroline Library, Inc., will be displaying all the design entries submitted, and all artwork will be returned to students. Again, I am proud of my students and thankful that I can share such wonderful talent with the community of Caroline County! Our Eagles’ are truly “Soaring to New Heights”!

Ms. Natalie Granaas
Art Teacher
Caroline Middle School

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Richmond Flying Squirrels Poster Contest

Congratulations to LCES student!

Breanna Machado, a 5th grade student at Lewis and Clark Elementary School, is a winner in the Richmond Flying Squirrels Poster Contest! Art teacher Vera Underwood, received notification on Monday that Breanna was one of the fifteen student winners chosen out of seventy entries. The theme was “Nutzy’s 5th Birthday Party”.

The prizes that Breanna will receive include:

  • Having her design transformed into a 4×9 foot sign that will be displayed on a main concourse wall at The Diamond for all Flying Squirrels fans to see!
  • A congratulatory certificate and her framed artwork that will be given to her before the Flying Squirrels’ Opening Night game…and
  • Two (2) complimentary tickets to Opening Night on April 10, 2014, where Breanna will be recognized on-field before the game.

We are all proud of Breanna and her accomplishment!