Sports Update

Several Caroline teams enjoyed an outstanding spring break on both the track and baseball diamond. Varsity baseball went 3-0 and JV went 2-0 as they traveled down to the Myrtle Beach area. The varsity won over South Brunswick, NC 11-1 and 7-0 and then defeated Audubon, NJ 4-3. Audubon has played in the state title game 2 of the last 4 years in their classification. Members of the track team attended the historic Penn Relays last week. The girls team of Sydney Lyons, Jazmane Overby, Jordan Jefferson, and Alantra Mines won their heat with a regional qualifying time of 52.05 in the 4 x 100 relay. In the 4 x 400 relay, the boys team of Aason Pankey, Reggie Twisdale, Michael Williams, and Elijah Archer won their heat with a state qualifying time of 3:26.34. Congrats to baseball & track!

Cadet Awards Banquet (9 May 2014)

The annual cadet awards banquet is right around the corner! This year’s banquet will be held on Friday, 9 May 14, at the Elk’s Lodge #875 in Fredericksburg at 6:00 pm. The function is a “big deal” for the cadets. There are 25 major awards to be presented for leadership, academics, sports, and general military excellence. Presenters from the major national patriotic organizations will be on hand. Invitations went home four-weeks ago. Cost for the banquet is $10.00 for cadets and $20.00 for guests. Please make checks payable to: Caroline High School. Cash (currency) also accepted. Cut off to get your reservations and money turned-in is noon on Wednesday, 7 May 14. Please clear your calendars and join us at the banquet as we celebrate your cadet’s accomplishments this year! Questions on the banquet? Please contact LTC Pyner at (804) 633-6013 or at rpyner@ccps.us. See you at the banquet!

1st Annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration

The 1st Annual Cinco de Mayo celebration will take place on Monday May 5, 2014, 6:00 p.m. at Caroline High School Cafeteria. Presentations, snacks, door prizes! Invitation to students and families of Spanish-speaking households, their teachers, and others who support cultural awareness.

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

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