Please remember, students are not permitted to use their cell phones or earbuds in the hallways during instructional time. Your phones and devices will be confiscated. Cell phones should be used in the classrooms and earbuds can only be used with chromebooks with teacher permission. The most common dress code violations that we need student help with are the following:
No skin can be exposed through holes in jeans or pants more than three inches above the knee.
Spandex and biking shorts are not allowed.
Shirts need to be long enough so that midriff skin is not exposed.
Blankets constitute a health and safety concern and are not allowed.
Undergarments cannot be exposed – no sagging pants.
Hoods, hats, and other head coverings are not allowed.
Our Caroline High School students recently attended the annual Workforce Connect Event, equipping them with interview and interpersonal skills necessary in the workplace. Our students also had a chance to learn of career opportunities in the region after their mock interviews.
BABY PICTURES as well as FORMAL and CASUAL pictures taken outside of school must be submitted to Ms. Zelerino by 10.9.19, and ALL pictures taken by the school photographer must be selected. See Ms. Zellerino with questtions.
This is an exciting opportunity for students throughout the First District to try out programming for the first time or to flex their muscles and experiment with new ideas and innovations.
This challenge is open to all middle and high school students nation-wide in participating Congressional Districts, and is put on each year by the U.S. House of Representatives and the Congressional Internet Caucus. To be eligible to participate, you must be a middle or high school student at the time of app submission. Students may register as individuals or as teams of up to four.
See an overview of the rules here. All submissions are due November 1, 2019.
The CHS PTSO is sponsoring a tailgate for students and staff next Friday after school.
Students playing a fall sport or involved with a club, see your sponsor to purchase a ticket for both the game and event ASAP
If you are a student not involved with a current club or sport, then you can sign up for the tailgate in the main office next week starting Monday (9/30) through Thursday (10/3). Bring $7 with you to sign up. The $7 cost includes a meal at the tailgate and a ticket for the football game.
There will be a BONFIRE for students and staff outside of the Softball Field Fence following the PTSO tailgate from 5:15 PM-6:30 PM