NHS will conduct its first blood drive of the year on September 15, allowing students and teachers to help the community by donating blood to Virginia Blood Services.
Please sign up to donate blood that day!
Thursday, February 9, 2017
8:30 AM-2:00 PM
All 16 and 17 year old students must have a signed parental consent form (written in ink-pencil will not be accepted) before they will be allowed to donate. Eighteen year old students may sign their own form
Sign up sheets are available in the Main Office.
Please contact Mrs. Tillapaugh (email@example.com) or Sierra Butler if you have any questions.
- You must be at least 16 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs in order to donate blood.
- Bring a valid ID.
- Eat and hydrate prior to donating.
- Wait at least 15 minutes after donating blood before you head back to class.
The 6th Annual Jingle Bell Run in Bowling Green will be now be on Saturday, December 24th.
This is a change.
This year’s run will benefit Mrs. Sharon Swanton.
Gift cards and donations are welcome.
Start time: 9:00 am.
The start and finish line are at the playground next to Town Hall. (117 Butler Street).
Please keep an eye on the weather. If you are not able to make the fun run but would like to make a donation please send it to Ms. Gibson or Mrs. Didlake.
Caroline High School/CCPS is Partnering with the Caroline Family YMCA.
All students who come to school every day (no tardiness, no early pick ups) will receive a two week family pass to the Caroline YMCA.
Date: March 8, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. L
ocation: The Nysmith School 13625 EDS Drive Herndon, Virginia 20171
The WashingtonExec Inaugural K-12 STEM Symposium will held on March 8 in Herndon, Va. The event is open and free for the public. This event is expected to bring together 500 parents, students, teachers, corporate/government executives and non-profit representatives.
There is a real need of community action to enhance our nation’s science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, training, careers and leadership and this is a great way to help a great cause. Please consider attending.
More information can be found at stemsymposium.com
This all-day free event includes exciting exhibits, inspiring speakers, and panel experts who will highlight just how vital it is to engage parents, students, teachers, corporate/government execs and non-profit representatives alike in STEM education and careers.