Washington Capitals vs Carolina Hurricanes
@ the Capital One Arena
March 30th, 7 PM
CHS alumus, Alantra Mines, was selected as Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Field Athlete of the Week. Miss Mines is a stellar track and field athlete at Morgan State University.
Read the MSU Athletics article.
3 Penny Theatre will present A Christmas Carol: a ghost story for Christmas at the Gayton Kirk Presbyterian Church on December 15 at 7 p.m. and December 17 at 2 p.m.
Everyone knows A Christmas Carol, but this production is completely different from any story of Ebeneezer Scrooge you’ve seen before – there is no cast of thousands, no singing, no dancing, and no angels flying down on wires. Instead, Caroline High School faculty and professional actor Ray Carver, as Scrooge’s creator Charles Dickens, tells the tale of the old miser playing all the characters himself — from Scrooge to the ghosts to the whole Crachit family, including Tiny Tim. Over 40 different characters in all!
“A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story for Christmas” is a two performance only event– Friday December 15 at 7 p.m. and Sunday December 17 at 2 p.m. The performances are at the Gayton Kirk Presbyterian Church in Richmond’s far west end – 11421 Gayton Road, Henrico, VA 23238. Bring the family, this production is appropriate for children 5 and above. 3 Penny Theatre believes the arts are for everyone and Practices Radical Hospitality – All tickets are Pay What You Can – $1, $5, $10, $20 or more – Each audience member decides their own ticket price.
All staff and parents will receive a Blackboard Connect call in the event of school closings or delays. Additionally, numerous media sources will be used to notify our school community of inclement weather closures: Channel 6, Channel 12, Channel 8, WFVA, WNNT & WRAR, FM 95.9 and 104.5, School’s Out, Fredericksburg.com, and Caroline Alert.
Early dismissals, late openings, and closures will be posted on the Caroline County Public Schools website (ccps.us) and Facebook.
On Saturday, December 2nd, Caroline High School hosted 14 other schools for their Caroline Track Ice Breaker. Over all, the girls ranked 9th and the boys ranked 10th. The following CHS athletes placed in the top 6:
Donovan Bastidas-4th in triple jump
Amari Boddie-1st in shot
Mykaya Davis-3rd in 500 meters
Daniel Dolvin-4th in pole vault
Davion Easter-5th in 300 meters
Akeem Grant-4th in shot
Mykayla Grant-2nd in triple jump
Matthew Kenny-5th in 1600 meters
Deja Pankey-6th in high jump
Students interested in participating in the Ride Along Program with Caroline Fire and Rescue need to see Mrs. Drumheller in the School Counseling Department for an application.