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Prosser Field Trip

On Tuesday, January 12, all sophomores have the opportunity to explore all the programs at Prosser in New Albany.  Students will leave school around 9am, and return at 10:30am. Prosser, open since 1969, has 24 programs for interested students.  Annually 1400 students from 23 schools attend Prosser.

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Pennies for Patients

The Spanish Club at CHS is collecting Pennies for Patients, to help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  Teachers with Impact classes will have donation boxes in their classrooms thru the end of January.  The Impact class with the most money raised will win a spaghetti party from Olive Garden.  Collection boxes are available now for students to donate their pennies and …

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November Students of the Month

Congratulations to the November Students of the Month.  On Monday, December 14, the following student were recognized with prizes and lunch with the principal.  Those students are Lilly Harvey, Robert Carter, Angela DeWeese, Hillard Basey, Sidney Goedecker, Steven Delaney, Jazmine Small, and Peyton Hamm.

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Chad Gilbert Named to Hall of Fame Anniversary Team

Eighteen men have been named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2016 Silver Anniversary Team, based on outstanding accomplishments as a senior basketball player 25 years ago, including Charlestown High School Athletic Director Chad Gilbert. Charlestown’s Chad Gilbert, a three-year varsity starter scored 1,392 career points and averaged 26.9 points and 8.8 rebounds a game as a senior. Gilbert led …

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Semester Grades

Attention parents…final semester grades are due from teachers before they leave school next Friday, December 18.  Report cards will not be mailed until after students return to class in January.  If you want to see your child’s grades before that time, please check PowerSchool.  If you do not know your user name or password, please check with the school to …

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City of Charlestown Parade

The City of Charlestown Christmas Parade will be held on Saturday, December 5.  The parade starts in the Charlestown High School parking lot starting at 6pm.  For the first time, Charlestown High School students will be creating a float for the parade.  Students are taking donations of large sheets of cardboard to use to decorate their float.

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Thanksgiving Break

Parents, teachers, and students, don’t forget school is in session Monday and Tuesday only this week.  There will be no classes Wednesday-Friday for the Thanksgiving Break.  Classes will resume on Monday, November 30, with 15 scheduled days before the end of the semester.

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Job and Volunteer Opportunities

The College and Career Readiness Center has a variety of job and volunteer opportunities available for students.  Employers such as Amazon and UPS have postings in the CCR that students may look at.  There are also volunteer positions, such as at the Kentucky Science Center, available.  CHS is also looking for volunteers to work the concession stand for various sporting …

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October Students of the Month

Congratulations to the October Students of the Month.  Students are nominated by teachers for outstanding achievement, behaviors, or attitudes.  Today, the following students will have lunch with CHS Principal Mark Laughner for recognition of their award.  Those students are Danielle Miles, Haley Vincent, Natalie Lowe, Holli Lee, Josh Logan, Dylan Fetz, Daylen Cymbalist, and Chandler Nolan.

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Fall Play

Could you live without technology for 30 days?  That’s the question in this smart and fun play by award-winning playwright Laurie Bryant.  Ten years ago, tiny North Creek, Wisconsin became “The Most Wired Town in America” thanks to a contest-winning essay from local resident Abigail Rickman.  As their prize, SOLOtech (think Facebook meets Apple) outfitted the entire town with state-of-the-art …

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