Great NHS Blood Drive!

Thanks so much to all for your support of the NHS blood drive.  We had 66 donors registered and collected 43 units. That translates into lives saved and scholarship money earned!
Our students were also highly praised for their hard work and polite attitudes.
Thanks again for allowing students to work the drive or take time to donate.  Hopefully they learned good life lessons in addition to the ones we try to teach in class.

CHS National Honor Society Sponsors Blood Drive

Blood Drive
Thursday, February 9, 2017
8:30 AM-2:00 PM
Auditorium

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 (atillapaugh@ccps.us) or Sierra Butler if you have any questions.

Remember:

  • 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.

Powder Puff Football Tradition Continued In Style

power puff cheerleadersAbout 80 girls participated in the annual Cavalier Nation Powder Puff Football Game on November 11th.

The Seniors showed their dominance by easily defeating the Freshmen in the championship game.  Also, 6 boys performed as sideline cheerleaders, pulling off a highly difficult pyramid stunt.

 

Thanks to Mrs. Tillapaugh for organizing the event, and also thanks to the multiple staff members who coached, worked concessions and the chains, and provided supervision and clean up to make this a successful fundraiser for the National Honor Society.

Caroline community comes together to help those in Flint, Mich.

Mrs. Gwen Green started a water drive for Flint, Michigan on March 7, 2016 to help the people of Flint to have clean water to drink, cook, bathe and just do daily things that we normally take for granted. Word spread quickly and so many individuals, groups and businesses donated water, money and time.   Almost 1,000 cases of water were donated in approximately two weeks.

Thank you staff and students at Caroline High School and Caroline Middle School, Shermeka Baker Latney and the CMS National Junior Honor Society, Omega Moore and the James Farmer Scholars, the church family at OMZBC, Bowling Green Baptist Church, Mount Oni, Green’s Trucking, Crews Reality, Press Yelder Trucking, Johnny’s Trucking, Billy and Son’s Power washing as well as to everyone who participated for their support of this project.

A special thank you goes to Chef Jazz for volunteering to drive the water to Flint.

Read the Free Lance Star Article.