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  • The Junior High Student Council would like to announce the upcoming "Spring Fling" dance. The dance will be held in the high school cafeteria on Saturday May 21st from 6:30pm-8:30pm and is open to Carlynton students only in grades 7-9. The dance is semi-formal therefore appropriate dress is required (No jeans, shorts, or t-shirts. Dresses must follow the school dress code). There will be dancing, food, drink, prizes, and a photo booth. Come join the fun! Tickets will be on sale in the cafeteria beginning May 9th and can also be purchased in rooms 209 and 222 from Mr. Istik and Mrs. Garland. Tickets will also be sold at the door on the day of the event. The ticket cost is $5.

  • Prom Tickets will be on sale starting Monday May 2 through Friday May 6, 2022 during Lunch. Each ticket is 75.00. Please contact Ms. Begg with any questions.

  • As we begin the final marking period at the junior/senior high school, we are pleased to offer additional tutoring services to students in grades seven through twelve. Tutoring sessions will be provided after school from 2:15 to 3:30 by Carlynton School District staff members in English, Math, Science, and Social Studies beginning Tuesday, April 5.  Math and Science sessions will be offered on Tuesday of each week and English and social studies will be offered on each Wednesday.  Sessions will be held every Tuesday and Wednesday after school until May 25.  Transportation is available to students attending the tutoring sessions.  Buses are scheduled to leave the campus at 4:15 PM to go to the following community stops: 

  • Carnegie Elementary
  • Mansfield and Campbells Run Road
  • Crafton Elementary
  • Steuben St and Richmond St (near post office)
  • U.S. federal law requires all males to register with U.S. SSS within 30 days of their 18th birthday. Many young men fail to register because they are unaware of the requirement and are then at risk of not receiving important benefits from state and federal governments.
    Registration ensures eligibility for federal benefits such as:
    • Over $120 billion in federal student aid provided to more than 13 million students each year.
    • Job training under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
    • Over 2.1 million civilian jobs in the federal government, including nearly half a million U.S. Postal Service.
    • Joining the military.
    Not only is registration important for access to federal benefits, it is also essential to our nation's security in the event of a national crisis. Please note: registration with U.S. SSS does not lead to enlisting in the armed forces.
    Registration is quick and easy to complete with the following available options:
    1. Online registration: https://www.sss.gov/register
    2. Downloadable mail-in form: https://www.sss.gov/forms/
    3. In-person at any U.S. Post Office
    Our contact information are in the signature blocks below. Please feel free to contact us if we can assist with
    any relevant questions.
    Best regards,

    //signed//
    Jason Yee
    Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
    Phone: 303-549-7699
    Email: [email protected]

    //signed//
    Joseph C. Miller
    Major, U.S. Air Force
    Phone: 412-952-3642
    Email: [email protected]
     

  • Senior Mural - for those interested in submitting art for the Senior Mural, please contact Mrs. Jones for additional details.

  • Volunteers Needed! Do you have a valid drivers license and a desire to help? Carnegie community members need assistance with small tasks such as running errands, unpacking groceries and take out garbage.  If you are interested or have any questions, please contact [email protected] 

  • Yearbooks can be ordered now from the Herff Jones website by visiting yearbookordercenter.com.  Yearbooks are $59. Parents of seniors can also buy senior ads for the yearbook by visiting the yearbook website.

  • Be sure to scroll down for job listings and other important grade level info from the guidance office Google Classrooms....

 

 

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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 [email protected]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 [email protected]comcast.net

 

He has order forms at the pool along with warm ups to try onAnyone 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 [email protected]comcast.net

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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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