Daily Announcements

Friday, April 21, 2017
 
  • Be sure to mark your calendar for some important upcoming dates:
    Now through April 28 - Prom tickets will be sold for the Junior-Senior Prom during lunch; more info below 
    April 22 - The Mr. Carlynton Contest
    May 3 - (Date Change!)Transition Night for 8th graders (parents encouraged to attend
  • CONGRATULATIONS to the 58 junior and senior high students who were inducted into the National and Junior Honor Societies last evening.
  • Please note: An originally planned in-service day of April 28 has been moved to Tuesday, May 16. Students will have school on April 28 and will be off May 16.
  • Cheerleading tryouts begin Monday, April 24. Any girl in grades 7-11 interested in becoming a cheerleader can pick up a tryout packet in the high school office.
  • "Starry Night" is the theme of the 2017 Junior-Senior Prom. The big event will be held May 26 at the Omni William Penn in Pittsburgh. A promenade will be held in the high school auditorium at 5:30 pm. Students will be transported to the hotel site via coach buses; prom will begin at 7:00 pm through midnight. Tickets to the prom are $80. They will be sold in the cafeteria April 18-28 during lunch. A $5 late fee will be applied for tickets purchased after April 28. 
  • The high school counseling department will host an 8th to 9th Grade Transition Night Wednesday, May 3 (date change), 6:30-7:30 pm in the Cougar Collaboration Center. All parents of 8th graders are encouraged to attend. Counselors will review graduation requirements, college and career preparation and other important topics. Please save the date. Any questions can be directed to Mrs. Stefanie Barnes by emailing stefanie.barnes@carlynton.k12.pa.us
  • Class of 2017 - The senior calendar is now available as the countdown to graduation begins. Some upcoming events begin in April with a Senior Project Meeting on April 24. Senior Projects will be presented May 16. The senior banquet and recognition night is slated for May 23. Graduation is Friday, June 2. Click here to view the 2017 SENIOR CALENDAR
  • The high school health classes are sponsoring the We Care Project, a clothing drive to collect clothes, shoes and accessories. Donations will be accepted until June 1 and will be given to the American Red Cross. Please be sure clothing is washed and clean. Donations can be dropped off to the high school office or Room 107.
  • For those planning ahead, the AP exams will be administered on the following dates to all those enrolled in Advanced Placement classes:
    May 3, Wednesday - English Literature
    May 4, Thursday - U.S. Government and Politics
    May 5, Friday - U.S. History
    May 8, Monday - Biology
    May 9, Tuesday - Calculus AB and Calculus BC
    May 10, Wednesday - English Language and Composition
    All exams will be administered between 7:00 am and noon.
  • The Carlynton Cougar Den after-school program is now open, a program 
    designed to offer students an extended time to master content
     by getting 
    help in specific subject areas. Teachers will lead the Cougar Den, which will be 
    offered Monday through Thursday. Each day will focus on a specific subject:
    Monday - Math
    Tuesday - Social Studies
    Wednesday - English
    Thursday - Science
    The Cougar Den will run from 2:10 to 3:10 pm. A bus is available to take students to the community in which they live, dropping students off at the elementary schools. All students in grades 7-12 are encouraged to attend.
     



FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE:
Scholarship Opportunities - 
Students are encouraged to visit Naviance for a complete listing of all scholarships. Students can sign in by going to: http://succeed.naviance.com/

Summer Credit Recovery - Check out this listing of programs available to recover credits this summer.



JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Please check out bulletin board in senior hallway for other job opportunities.

Rosslyn Farms is hiring LIFEGUARDS for the Summer of 2017. Applicants must be certified as a lifeguard as well as CPR and First Aid. If interested, please call Charlie Smith at 412-279-8108 or Steve George at 412-279-7770.  The Rosslyn Farms pool is located on Rosslyn Road. 


For Community Service Opportunities, be sure to visit Pittsburgh Cares at:http://www.pittsburghcares.org/HOC__Affiliate_Home_Page

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      SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:



      Anyone interested in swimming on the Jr. High or High School Swim Teams. This Wednesday September 21st at 5 pm in the last day to order discounted warm-ups and T-shirts. The cost is $30 and will double after Wednesday. If you are not getting emails coach Mikes email is michael.schneiderlochner@comcast.net

       

      He has order forms at the pool along with warm ups to try on.

      Anyone interested in swimming on the Jr. High or High School Swim Teams. This Wednesday September 21st at 5 pm in the last day to order discounted warm-ups and T-shirts. The cost is $30 and will double after Wednesday. If you are not getting emails coach Mikes email is michael.schneiderlochner@comcast.net

       

      He has order forms at the pool along with warm ups to try on.

      Anyone interested in swimming on the Jr. High or High School Swim Teams. This Wednesday September 21st at 5 pm in the last day to order discounted warm-ups and T-shirts. The cost is $30 and will double after Wednesday. If you are not getting emails coach Mikes email is michael.schneiderlochner@comcast.net

       

      He has order forms at the pool along with warm ups to try on.

      The Girls and Boys Varsity Soccer Teams will be playing at Highmark Stadium THIS EVENING, September 27. Come out and support your teams!
      The girls game begins at 6 pm, with the boys playing at 8 pm.
      Tickets can be purchased at the stadium - $5, students; $10 adults
      May 3, Wednesday - English Literature
      May 4, Thursday - United States Government and Politics
      May 5, Friday - United States History
      May 8, Monday - Biology
      May 9, Tuesday - Cal AB will be in the library
                                 Calc BC will be in the Guidance Conference Room
      May 10, Wednesday - English Language and Composition
      All exams will be administered between 7am-noon.
      May 3, Wednesday - English Literature
      May 4, Thursday - United States Government and Politics
      May 5, Friday - United States History
      May 8, Monday - Biology
      May 9, Tuesday - Cal AB will be in the library
                                 Calc BC will be in the Guidance Conference Room
      May 10, Wednesday - English Language and Composition
      All exams will be administered between 7am-noon.
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