AGENDA OCTOBER 17, 2019

CRHS HOMEROOM AGENDA
Thursday, October 17, 2019

9th Grade

 

Homecoming King and Queen – Check your mailboxes for Homecoming King and Queen ballots. Students are to choose 1 person for King, and 1 person for queen.  Collect the ballots, and place them back in the envelope.  An administrator will come by to collect your ballots.  DO NOT SEND BALLOTS TO THE FRONT OFFICE WITH STUDENTS.

 

Educational Foundations Tour - I am thrilled to announce that we will be traveling to England, France and Switzerland during the summer of 2020. Learn more about this exciting opportunity for your student at an information session where we’ll discuss:

  • What we’ll see and do
  • Travel logistics
  • How to earn high school/college credit
  • Affordable payment options
  • And more

    I look forward to seeing you there!

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd

    CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

    Building 200, ROOM 111

    6:30PM

    You and your parents must RSVP at https://rsvp.eftours.com/7nahpfp

     

    HOSA Meeting – There will be a HOSA meeting on Thursday, October 17th at 7:30 am and at 2:45 pm.  Students can try to make it to either meeting for voting on the officers.  We will also be discussing the candy fundraiser.

     

    Dragonboat Race Volunteers – The Lake Hernando Dragonboat Festival is looking for volunteers interested in helping on Saturday, November 9th.  Interested students should see their Guidance Counselor for the volunteer form.

     

    Pirate Cove - Please let students know Pirate Cove is a resource room located in Guidance. It is available for any students in need of hygiene products, school supplies, or clothes. Students can ask teachers to send them to Guidance to ask for supplies out of Pirate Cove. In a few weeks an app will be loaded on the iPads so that students can privately request items from Pirate Cove if they prefer.

     

  • Supplies currently available in Pirate Cove:

    School supplies (binders, notebooks, paper, composition books, pens, pencils, highlighters, colored pencils, markers, string bags, backpacks, scissors, glue, index cards, calculators)

    Toiletries (deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, soap, sanitary pads, brushes, combs, hair ties, toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, lotion)

    Clothes (shirts, pants, shorts, dresses, socks, shoes)

    Towels, washcloths, blankets

     

     

    10th Grade

     

    Homecoming King and Queen – Check your mailboxes for Homecoming King and Queen ballots. Students are to choose 1 person for King, and 1 person for queen.  Collect the ballots, and place them back in the envelope.  An administrator will come by to collect your ballots.  DO NOT SEND BALLOTS TO THE FRONT OFFICE WITH STUDENTS.

     

    Educational Foundations Tour - I am thrilled to announce that we will be traveling to England, France and Switzerland during the summer of 2020. Learn more about this exciting opportunity for your student at an information session where we’ll discuss:

  • What we’ll see and do
  • Travel logistics
  • How to earn high school/college credit
  • Affordable payment options
  • And more

    I look forward to seeing you there!

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd

    CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

    Building 200, ROOM 111

    6:30PM

    You and your parents must RSVP at https://rsvp.eftours.com/7nahpfp

     

    HOSA Meeting – There will be a HOSA meeting on Thursday, October 17th at 7:30 am and at 2:45 pm.  Students can try to make it to either meeting for voting on the officers.  We will also be discussing the candy fundraiser.

     

    HOBY - The Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership course is a dynamic, interactive educational program designed to prepare our country’s youth to become effective and ethical leaders in their home, school, workplace and community.  Outstanding sophomores who attend this  four-day seminar will interact with leaders in business, government, education, media and non-profit organizations; they will get a realistic look at our nation, its people, and their role within the community.  The program provides many lifelong leadership development opportunities that empower individuals to achieve their highest potential.

     

    TO Apply for HOBY:  Interested students should submit an essay about leadership in 100 words or less.

    Suggested topic:  Describe the most rewarding and challenging aspects of being a leader in your school, community, or other creative ideas.

     

    To find out more, visit www.hoby.org

    Deadline:  Tuesday, November 5, 2019

     

    WTC - Attention students – if you are interested in learning more about WTC and the programs they offer please sign up in guidance. A representative from WTC will be here on Friday, Oct 25th to share program opportunities and information. 

     

    Dragonboat Race Volunteers – The Lake Hernando Dragonboat Festival is looking for volunteers interested in helping on Saturday, November 9th.  Interested students should see their Guidance Counselor for the volunteer form.

     

    Pirate Cove - Please let students know Pirate Cove is a resource room located in Guidance. It is available for any students in need of hygiene products, school supplies, or clothes. Students can ask teachers to send them to Guidance to ask for supplies out of Pirate Cove. In a few weeks an app will be loaded on the iPads so that students can privately request items from Pirate Cove if they prefer.

     

  • Supplies currently available in Pirate Cove:

    School supplies (binders, notebooks, paper, composition books, pens, pencils, highlighters, colored pencils, markers, string bags, backpacks, scissors, glue, index cards, calculators)

    Toiletries (deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, soap, sanitary pads, brushes, combs, hair ties, toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, lotion)

    Clothes (shirts, pants, shorts, dresses, socks, shoes)

    Towels, washcloths, blankets

     

     

    11th Grade

     

    Homecoming King and Queen – Check your mailboxes for Homecoming King and Queen ballots. Students are to choose 1 person for King, and 1 person for queen.  Collect the ballots, and place them back in the envelope.  An administrator will come by to collect your ballots.  DO NOT SEND BALLOTS TO THE FRONT OFFICE WITH STUDENTS.

     

    CF Technology Program - A representative from College of Central Florida will be here on Friday, November 1st to speak to any juniors or seniors interested in their NEW Engineering Technology program.  For more information please see your guidance counselor.

     

    Educational Foundations Tour - I am thrilled to announce that we will be traveling to England, France and Switzerland during the summer of 2020. Learn more about this exciting opportunity for your student at an information session where we’ll discuss:

  • What we’ll see and do
  • Travel logistics
  • How to earn high school/college credit
  • Affordable payment options
  • And more

    I look forward to seeing you there!

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd

    CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

    Building 200, ROOM 111

    6:30PM

    You and your parents must RSVP at https://rsvp.eftours.com/7nahpfp

     

    HOSA Meeting – There will be a HOSA meeting on Thursday, October 17th at 7:30 am and at 2:45 pm.  Students can try to make it to either meeting for voting on the officers.  We will also be discussing the candy fundraiser.

     

    WTC - Attention students – if you are interested in learning more about WTC and the programs they offer please sign up in guidance. A representative from WTC will be here on Friday, Oct 25th to share program opportunities and information. 

     

    Dragonboat Race Volunteers – The Lake Hernando Dragonboat Festival is looking for volunteers interested in helping on Saturday, November 9th.  Interested students should see their Guidance Counselor for the volunteer form.

     

    Pirate Cove - Please let students know Pirate Cove is a resource room located in Guidance. It is available for any students in need of hygiene products, school supplies, or clothes. Students can ask teachers to send them to Guidance to ask for supplies out of Pirate Cove. In a few weeks an app will be loaded on the iPads so that students can privately request items from Pirate Cove if they prefer.

     

  • Supplies currently available in Pirate Cove:

    School supplies (binders, notebooks, paper, composition books, pens, pencils, highlighters, colored pencils, markers, string bags, backpacks, scissors, glue, index cards, calculators)

    Toiletries (deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, soap, sanitary pads, brushes, combs, hair ties, toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, lotion)

    Clothes (shirts, pants, shorts, dresses, socks, shoes)

    Towels, washcloths, blankets

     

     

    12th Grade

     

    Homecoming King and Queen – Check your mailboxes for Homecoming King and Queen ballots. Students are to choose 1 person for King, and 1 person for queen.  Collect the ballots, and place them back in the envelope.  An administrator will come by to collect your ballots.  DO NOT SEND BALLOTS TO THE FRONT OFFICE WITH STUDENTS.

     

    Memorandums of Understanding – Please collect MOU’s from any students who returned them.  Make sure they initial the roster from last week, and return them to Mr. Marshall.

     

    What’s New/What’s Due – Go over the What’s New/What’s Due list with your seniors.

     

    EMT Program - There’s still time to enroll!  We are offering an EMT program in the spring for students interested in becoming a Paramedics.  The Paramedic field is a high demand field with excellent pay and good job security.  There is still time for seniors to enroll.  Please see your guidance counselor ASAP to see if you are eligible to participate in the program.

     

    CF Technology Program - A representative from College of Central Florida will be here on Friday, November 1st to speak to any juniors or seniors interested in their NEW Engineering Technology program.  For more information please see your guidance counselor.

     

    Educational Foundations Tour - I am thrilled to announce that we will be traveling to England, France and Switzerland during the summer of 2020. Learn more about this exciting opportunity for your student at an information session where we’ll discuss:

  • What we’ll see and do
  • Travel logistics
  • How to earn high school/college credit
  • Affordable payment options
  • And more

I look forward to seeing you there!

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd

CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

Building 200, ROOM 111

6:30PM

You and your parents must RSVP at https://rsvp.eftours.com/7nahpfp

 

HOSA Meeting – There will be a HOSA meeting on Thursday, October 17th at 7:30 am and at 2:45 pm.  Students can try to make it to either meeting for voting on the officers.  We will also be discussing the candy fundraiser.

 

FAFSA Workshop - The application for your Free Application for Federal Student Aid, known as FAFSA opened up on October 1. In an effort to provide support to students and their families in completing the FAFSA, CRHS is hosting a FAFSA Workshop on Tuesday, October 29th from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the Media Center. Rebecca York, from The Educational Opportunity Centers offers free services with financial aid applications. Seniors can sign up in the guidance office or call 795-4641, extension 4816 no later than October 28th.  On the evening of October 29th CRHS will draw 10 student names from participants attending the workshop. These students will each be awarded a $50 gift card. If you have any questions, please see your counselor in the guidance office.

 

WTC - Attention students – if you are interested in learning more about WTC and the programs they offer please sign up in guidance. A representative from WTC will be here on Friday, Oct 25th to share program opportunities and information. 

 

Dragonboat Race Volunteers – The Lake Hernando Dragonboat Festival is looking for volunteers interested in helping on Saturday, November 9th.  Interested students should see their Guidance Counselor for the volunteer form.

 

Citrus County Coalition for College and Careers – The Citrus County Coalition for College and Careers will once again be on our campus to assist Seniors in applying to Colleges, Technical Schools, and Scholarships starting on Monday, October 7th.  Students interested in finding out more information should sign up to meet with them in the Guidance Office.

 

Holliday/Karatinos Scholarship - This scholarship was created to give high school seniors and college students an opportunity to achieve higher education and reach their goals. The essay for this contest must be at least 600 words speaking about the importance of the 7th amendment in the US Constitution. First prize is $2,500 and this contest opens on March 1st, 2020 and closes May 1st, 2020.  More information about this great contest can be found here; https://www.helpinginjuredpeople.com/college-scholarship/.

 

Pirate Cove - Please let students know Pirate Cove is a resource room located in Guidance. It is available for any students in need of hygiene products, school supplies, or clothes. Students can ask teachers to send them to Guidance to ask for supplies out of Pirate Cove. In a few weeks an app will be loaded on the iPads so that students can privately request items from Pirate Cove if they prefer.

 

  • Supplies currently available in Pirate Cove:

School supplies (binders, notebooks, paper, composition books, pens, pencils, highlighters, colored pencils, markers, string bags, backpacks, scissors, glue, index cards, calculators)

Toiletries (deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, soap, sanitary pads, brushes, combs, hair ties, toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, lotion)

Clothes (shirts, pants, shorts, dresses, socks, shoes)

Towels, washcloths, blankets