CHS Dominates North Sub-Regional Golf Tournament

From the 4A North Sub-Regional Golf Tournament, Caroline High School’s Kyle Pettigrew finished as the top individual qualifier.  Pettigrew put together two consistent 9’s to post the top score.  Kyle is CHS’s first regional participant in three years.  He moves on to the final regional event next Tuesday.  Good Luck, Kyle!

CHS, as a team, finished 5th overall-just two strokes away from a  3rd place finish.   Posting solid numbers were Josh Crawley, Danny Taylor and Chad Fancher.  Regan Brown, Gus Carter and Shilah Morris all had nice showings at the event.

CHS Girls Volleyball Rocks That Cavalier Pride

Junior Varsity Girls Volleyball had a great win over James Monroe HS last night!  Holly Trout scored 19 points off serves, three of which were aces.  Grace Shannon had four kills and three blocks.  Kyleigh Scott had three aces, and Samira Price had two kills and a block.

The Varsity team also played well last night.  Bailey Brooks had 10 digs.  Lydia Tillapaugh had nine kills and four blocks.  Gaby Bolanos had four digs, and Caroline Hale had one ace.

Congratulations, CHS Cheer Competition Team!

Caroline High School Competition Cheer TeamCongratulations to the Caroline High School Competition Team which finished in 1st place among 4A teams at the Cavalier Cheer Challenge.  They compete again October 15th for the Battlefield District Championship at Chancellor High School.

The coaches and team thank our many supporters who came out last night!

Driving? Be sure you have your parking pass!

Students, so you drive to school?  Do you have your parking pass?  To avoid your vehicle from being towed, see Mrs. Beasley in the main office.  You will need to complete all of the required paperwork and pay all fees in order to get your parking pass, and if you have issues with impaired driving, you can check this link right here now to get legal aid for this.

School zones are put in place to ensure the safety of children in and around schools. While class is in session, drivers are responsible for maintaining safety and awareness on the streets surrounding schools. All children should be able to walk or bike to and from class without fear of being hit by passing vehicles. As drivers, we must not be careless around school zones. We must respect every school zone speed limit and understand the traffic laws for these locations and in case you’re accused of breaking the law and you’re sure you didn’t do it, you can get help from The Law Offices of Jerry Nicholson that have represented many people in these cases. We must follow them at all times, too.

A typical school zone speed limit in most US states is between 15 mph and 25 mph (25 and 40 km/h) unless otherwise posted. Oftentimes, school zone signs have the “When children are present” notice. Make sure you always drive slowly and carefully near schools, residential areas, parks and playgrounds: children may suddenly run into the street. Be sure to obey the directions of school safety patrols or crossing guards.

Once you have your parking pass, please make sure that it is visible in your car.

Celebrate Your Right To Read 9/24-9/28

Thirteen Reasons Why….The Hunger GamesHarry Potter

What’s your favorite book?  Chances are good that someone has tried to ban it  Celebrate YOUR freedom to during Banned Book Week.  Visit the library and check out the display of frequently banned books.

If you write to one of the authors or check out one of the display books, you will recieve a button to wear showing your support of your right to read!