The Senators Now staff wishes you a happy and safe Spring Break!
Video by Mario Morgan
Senators Now's Mario Morgan interviews seniors to discuss their amazing senior projects.
Just a couple of friendly reminders from the Deans: Earbuds and headphones are not permitted on campus. Please leave your earbuds and headphones at home or they will be confiscated. Also, remember to follow the dress code. Short shirts that show your bare midriff or holey jeans that violate the fingertip rule are not allowed. Not sure what the fingertip rule is? Stand up and extend your arms. If there is skin showing above your fingertips, what you are wearing (i.e. the skirt, shorts, dress, or holey jeans) is not appropriate. Don't be caught in a dress code sweep!
Carson High School proudly presents The Addams Family musical. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.
Evening Performances April 11, 12, and 13th @ 7:00 pm-9:30 pm
Matinee Performances April 13 and 14 @ 2:00 pm-4:30 pm
Carson City Community Center
$7.00 General Admission
Video courtesy of Dan Slater
Starbucks or Dutch Bros? Who is the best coffee shop? Xander "Papa" Holcomb asks CHS students what their preference is.
Video by Yasha Krassovskiy
Yasha Krassovskiy interviews students about hands-on courses at CHS.
Hey Senators, check out our broadcast. It includes footage of the FBLA Talent Show and Winterfest Part 2.
News Anchors: Xander Holcomb and Karina Novoa
Directors: Ismael Diaz and Cooper Nichols
Script: Ismael Diaz
Camera and Lighting: Cooper Nichols
Producer: Ismael Diaz
Executive Editor: Nick Fischer
Engineering Internship: Attention sophomores and juniors! There’s a part-time Engineering Internship available to you starting this summer. Only requirement is you must be 16 by July 1st and have a valid driver’s license. Come down to the Career Center to get more information on it!
2019-2020 Fall Cheer: The deadline to register for 2019/2020 Fall Cheer is April 24, 2019. Register at Register My Athlete.com or come by the athletic office for more information.
GNCU Contest: In celebration of National Credit Union Youth Month, the Greater Nevada Credit Union Education Branch at CHS is having a contest during the month of April, and will be giving away two $50.00 Visa Gift Cards! The contest is open to ALL CHS students. Stop by the CHS Credit Union Branch between 7:15 am and 1:30 pm to get all the details and pick up an entry form. All entries must be turned in to the CHS GNCU Branch by 1:00 pm on April 30, 2019.
Senior Prom Tickets: Seniors, Prom tickets are on Sale now in finance. Ticket sales will end @ 2:30 on Friday March 26th. Tickets will not be sold after 2:30 pm on Friday!
Prom Flowers: Prom is near!! Carson High’s Silver Snaps Floral shop is selling prom flowers! They are offering boutonnieres for $10, wristlets for $20, and a package deal which includes both for $25. You can order in Mr. Mann’s room, room #162 or with any floral kid by April 12th. All orders must be picked up between 7am - 2:30pm on April 26th, the day before prom.
Become a Lifeguard: Students interested in receiving lifeguard training that leads to a paying job can apply with the Carson Aquatic Facility for April 15th to the 19th. If you’re interested, visit the Career Center for more information.
What? You haven't ordered your 2019 Carneta yearbook? Order before March 18 and pay $85. After March 18, the price will increase $5 to $90. Pick up an order form in the CHS office or in Room 136.
Students, as the school year begins to wind down the available parking spaces are becoming fewer and fewer. All available parking will be assigned by the end of the year in the north parking lots. If you have been parking in a spot that is not yours, you will be ticketed if it becomes someone's spot between now and then. Please be sure to park in your own spot or purchase a spot if you have not already done so and make sure you have a visible parking pass on your vehicle. Again, if you park in a spot that you have not paid for, do not have a visible parking pass or are parking in an unauthorized area non student area, you will receive a $25 ticket from the city, that is not negotiable.
Are you interested in having an adventure of a life-time in Alaska? Join us in an all inclusive trip to study auroras, earthquakes, grizzlies, and glaciers in June of 2020. See Mr. Bean in room 212 for more information
Any current junior student interested in applying for JumpStart Career needs to pick up an application in the guidance office. If eligible, you can enter programs such as Auto Tech, Automated Industrial Technology, Construction, or Cybersecurity. Pick up an application today!
10th and 11th graders register for a chance to win a $40,000 scholarship when you take the ACT test on 4/13, 6/8 or 7/13/19. Visit act.org for more information.
Girl's State - For students who are interested in attending Nevada Girls State and their parents! Girls State is an Americanism study program, which we hope you will find to be an interesting and rewarding experience. Log onto http://nevadagirlsstate.net/.
Have you been accepted to a College/University? Have you committed to a branch of the Armed Forces? Have you been accepted into an Apprenticeship or Trade Program? Tell us about it here to join our Acceptance Wall of Fame!
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