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Friday – October 20, 2017

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th.

Julie Benjamin: The 5th Annual CHS Bonfire will take place this Thursday night (10/19) from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in front of the wrestling building. Come celebrate the last regularly scheduled home football game of the season by joining us for food, fire, and fun. Music provided by Freaky Dave.

Ciara Pittman: 

Please join T.E.S.T. Club in the commons area at lunch to promote safe driving awareness this week:

Monday: Texting and Trikes
Tuesday: Impaired driving (drunk-goggles and trikes)
Wednesday: Safe Driving Selfie Booth
Thursday: Be in the Zone Cornhole tournament (signups through Wednesday)
Friday: Trivia

*Wear white on Friday to raise awareness for teen driving fatalities.

Merry Flatt: Need a Halloween costume? The CHS Dance Arts classes are having a costume sale this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday during lunch in the Upper East Gym. All items are priced from $1 to $15. Use your imagination to create the perfect Halloween costume with items from our collection!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars! NHC Longterm Care Facility is looking for volunteers! Please contact Kayla Beth Adams, Recreation Director at (931)646-7206 for details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors in need of TN Scholars volunteer hours! Northeast Elementary School is looking for Seniors to share their post-secondary plans with their students during Career Day on Friday, Oct. 27. They need 1-2 volunteers each who plan to attend T-CAT, VolState, a 4 year university, or join the Military. Please contact Tera Brooks at brookst3@pcsstn.com or 526-2978 for more details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! There will be a Senior Scholarship Seminar this Friday during your lunch in the auditorium. We will be discussing various scholarship opportunities and giving out information regarding a new scholarship data base that is available this year. A representative from TTU will be here to assist with TTU related questions. All seniors are encouraged to attend.

Counseling: 

Attention Sophomore and Juniors interested in Governor’s School:
Fine Arts applications are due Oct. 27th in the counseling dept.
All other applications are due Nov. 20th in the counseling dept.

Deadlines matter!

Ciara Pittman: Show you care with a little scare! Purchase a Halloween candy gram for a friend, significant other, or favorite teacher! TEST club will be selling Halloween candy grams for $1 in the commons at lunch every day this week. Get your orders in ASAP!

Ciara Pittman: Every 17 minutes a teen dies in a car accident related to distracted driving. Please join TEST club in wearing white on Friday to raise awareness of teen driving fatalities. Faculty and student participation is welcome! Let’s white-out our school!

Michelle Bowman: iAM Club is hosting a book drive for Baxter Primary School. If you would like to donate a new or gently used book for their school library, please drop the book(s) off in room 274. The books should be appropriate for Pre-K through 2nd Grade. We will be collecting books until November 3rd. Thank you!

Michelle Bowman: iAM Club is sponsoring a toiletries drive for the CHS Food Pantry. Donations will be accepted any time between now and November 3. Some suggestions are: Deodorant, Shampoo, Body wash, Razors, Shaving Cream, Lotion, Toothpaste, and Toothbrushes. Please drop your donations off in room 274. Thank you!!

Lori Strode: 

Attention TN Scholars the following message is from Christine Pierce. Her contact number is 526-7473 or email her at cpierce@risingaboveministries.org

Rising Above Ministries Vision banquet is Tuesday, November 7 from 6:00-8:00 PM at The River Community Church. We are in need of volunteers to serve food, child care and clean up after the banquet. We would love the for the students in the TN Scholar or TN Promise program to volunteer. All volunteers will receive a free Rising Above t shirt to wear on that night. Please have students include their t shirt size in the “comment” space when they sign up.
Here is the link to sign up.

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0b4daea822a7f85-2017

Lori Strode: Attention students! Cookeville Higher Education Campus is hosting an Open House on November 1, 2017 from 5-7 PM for any student interested in Dual Enrollment, enrolling in the Fall of 2018 as a Freshman, or just touring the campus. Please call for 520-0551 for more information.

Thursday – October 19, 2017

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th.

Julie Benjamin: The 5th Annual CHS Bonfire will take place this Thursday night (10/19) from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in front of the wrestling building. Come celebrate the last regularly scheduled home football game of the season by joining us for food, fire, and fun. Music provided by Freaky Dave.

Ciara Pittman: 

Please join T.E.S.T. Club in the commons area at lunch to promote safe driving awareness this week:

Monday: Texting and Trikes
Tuesday: Impaired driving (drunk-goggles and trikes)
Wednesday: Safe Driving Selfie Booth
Thursday: Be in the Zone Cornhole tournament (signups through Wednesday)
Friday: Trivia

*Wear white on Friday to raise awareness for teen driving fatalities.

Merry Flatt: Need a Halloween costume? The CHS Dance Arts classes are having a costume sale this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday during lunch in the Upper East Gym. All items are priced from $1 to $15. Use your imagination to create the perfect Halloween costume with items from our collection!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars! NHC Longterm Care Facility is looking for volunteers! Please contact Kayla Beth Adams, Recreation Director at (931)646-7206 for details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors in need of TN Scholars volunteer hours! Northeast Elementary School is looking for Seniors to share their post-secondary plans with their students during Career Day on Friday, Oct. 27. They need 1-2 volunteers each who plan to attend T-CAT, VolState, a 4 year university, or join the Military. Please contact Tera Brooks at brookst3@pcsstn.com or 526-2978 for more details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! There will be a Senior Scholarship Seminar this Friday during your lunch in the auditorium. We will be discussing various scholarship opportunities and giving out information regarding a new scholarship data base that is available this year. A representative from TTU will be here to assist with TTU related questions. All seniors are encouraged to attend.

Counseling: 

Attention Sophomore and Juniors interested in Governor’s School:
Fine Arts applications are due Oct. 27th in the counseling dept.
All other applications are due Nov. 20th in the counseling dept.

Deadlines matter!

Ciara Pittman: Show you care with a little scare! Purchase a Halloween candy gram for a friend, significant other, or favorite teacher! TEST club will be selling Halloween candy grams for $1 in the commons at lunch every day this week. Get your orders in ASAP!

Ciara Pittman: Every 17 minutes a teen dies in a car accident related to distracted driving. Please join TEST club in wearing white on Friday to raise awareness of teen driving fatalities. Faculty and student participation is welcome! Let’s white-out our school!

Michelle Bowman: iAM Club is hosting a book drive for Baxter Primary School. If you would like to donate a new or gently used book for their school library, please drop the book(s) off in room 274. The books should be appropriate for Pre-K through 2nd Grade. We will be collecting books until November 3rd. Thank you!

Michelle Bowman: iAM Club is sponsoring a toiletries drive for the CHS Food Pantry. Donations will be accepted any time between now and November 3. Some suggestions are: Deodorant, Shampoo, Body wash, Razors, Shaving Cream, Lotion, Toothpaste, and Toothbrushes. Please drop your donations off in room 274. Thank you!!

Wednesday – October 18, 2017

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th.

Julie Benjamin: The 5th Annual CHS Bonfire will take place this Thursday night (10/19) from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in front of the wrestling building. Come celebrate the last regularly scheduled home football game of the season by joining us for food, fire, and fun. Music provided by Freaky Dave.

Ciara Pittman: 

Please join T.E.S.T. Club in the commons area at lunch to promote safe driving awareness this week:

Monday: Texting and Trikes
Tuesday: Impaired driving (drunk-goggles and trikes)
Wednesday: Safe Driving Selfie Booth
Thursday: Be in the Zone Cornhole tournament (signups through Wednesday)
Friday: Trivia

*Wear white on Friday to raise awareness for teen driving fatalities.

Merry Flatt: Need a Halloween costume? The CHS Dance Arts classes are having a costume sale this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday during lunch in the Upper East Gym. All items are priced from $1 to $15. Use your imagination to create the perfect Halloween costume with items from our collection!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars! NHC Longterm Care Facility is looking for volunteers! Please contact Kayla Beth Adams, Recreation Director at (931)646-7206 for details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors in need of TN Scholars volunteer hours! Northeast Elementary School is looking for Seniors to share their post-secondary plans with their students during Career Day on Friday, Oct. 27. They need 1-2 volunteers each who plan to attend T-CAT, VolState, a 4 year university, or join the Military. Please contact Tera Brooks at brookst3@pcsstn.com or 526-2978 for more details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! There will be a Senior Scholarship Seminar this Friday during your lunch in the auditorium. We will be discussing various scholarship opportunities and giving out information regarding a new scholarship data base that is available this year. A representative from TTU will be here to assist with TTU related questions. All seniors are encouraged to attend.

Counseling: 

Attention Sophomore and Juniors interested in Governor’s School:
Fine Arts applications are due Oct. 27th in the counseling dept.
All other applications are due Nov. 20th in the counseling dept.

Deadlines matter!

Tuesday – October 17, 2017

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th.

Julie Benjamin: The 5th Annual CHS Bonfire will take place this Thursday night (10/19) from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in front of the wrestling building. Come celebrate the last regularly scheduled home football game of the season by joining us for food, fire, and fun. Music provided by Freaky Dave.

Ciara Pittman: 

Please join T.E.S.T. Club in the commons area at lunch to promote safe driving awareness this week:

Monday: Texting and Trikes
Tuesday: Impaired driving (drunk-goggles and trikes)
Wednesday: Safe Driving Selfie Booth
Thursday: Be in the Zone Cornhole tournament (signups through Wednesday)
Friday: Trivia

*Wear white on Friday to raise awareness for teen driving fatalities.

Merry Flatt: Need a Halloween costume? The CHS Dance Arts classes are having a costume sale this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday during lunch in the Upper East Gym. All items are priced from $1 to $15. Use your imagination to create the perfect Halloween costume with items from our collection!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars! NHC Longterm Care Facility is looking for volunteers! Please contact Kayla Beth Adams, Recreation Director at (931)646-7206 for details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors in need of TN Scholars volunteer hours! Northeast Elementary School is looking for Seniors to share their post-secondary plans with their students during Career Day on Friday, Oct. 27. They need 1-2 volunteers each who plan to attend T-CAT, VolState, a 4 year university, or join the Military. Please contact Tera Brooks at brookst3@pcsstn.com or 526-2978 for more details.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! There will be a Senior Scholarship Seminar this Friday during your lunch in the auditorium. We will be discussing various scholarship opportunities and giving out information regarding a new scholarship data base that is available this year. A representative from TTU will be here to assist with TTU related questions. All seniors are encouraged to attend.

Monday – October 16, 2017

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th.

Julie Benjamin: The 5th Annual CHS Bonfire will take place this Thursday night (10/19) from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in front of the wrestling building. Come celebrate the last regularly scheduled home football game of the season by joining us for food, fire, and fun. Music provided by Freaky Dave.

Friday – September 29, 2017

Lori Strode: Attention Parents of Juniors and Seniors! TTU is hosting it’s annual College and Career Fair on Tuesday October 24. We will depart from campus at 8:30 and return before lunch. There is no cost to the students, however STUDENTS MUST RETURN THEIR SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP TO THE 2ND FLOOR COUNSELING CENTER NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 29. Students will NOT be permitted to attend if they do not have the permission slip turned in by the September 29 deadline. Students attending must also have their school ID with them to be allowed on the bus the day of the trip. Permission slips will be distributed at the Junior and Senior meetings and will also be available in the counseling center and online at cookevillecavs.org after September 13, 2017.

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! September 25-29 is College App Week! You are encouraged to start applying to colleges this week. Many colleges require you to apply and be accepted to their university before you can apply for their scholarships, so it is very important to apply early! Your counselors will be available in the Lecture Hall Wednesday, September 27 and Friday, September 29 during your lunchtime to assist you with the college application process.

Lori Strode: Attention Students in need of TN Scholars Volunteer hours! Northeast Elementary School needs volunteers in their LEAPS program. You may contact Stacie Parkins, music teacher at Northeast Elementary. She has 3rd and 4th grade chorus with which she needs assistance. Her chorus meets on Thursdays from 3:00 to 3:50. You may also contact Tera Brooks, Assistant Principal at NEES for other opportunities to volunteer with their LEAPS program at 526-2978.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th. \

Donna Sherrell: Just a reminder that Vol State and TTU has Fall Break October 16 and 17. As a dual enrollment student you will still be responsible for attendance and assignments to your college classes during PCSS fall break. Please make the appropriate arrangements.

 

Thursday – September 28, 2017

Lori Strode: Attention Parents of Juniors and Seniors! TTU is hosting it’s annual College and Career Fair on Tuesday October 24. We will depart from campus at 8:30 and return before lunch. There is no cost to the students, however STUDENTS MUST RETURN THEIR SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP TO THE 2ND FLOOR COUNSELING CENTER NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 29. Students will NOT be permitted to attend if they do not have the permission slip turned in by the September 29 deadline. Students attending must also have their school ID with them to be allowed on the bus the day of the trip. Permission slips will be distributed at the Junior and Senior meetings and will also be available in the counseling center and online at cookevillecavs.org after September 13, 2017.

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! September 25-29 is College App Week! You are encouraged to start applying to colleges this week. Many colleges require you to apply and be accepted to their university before you can apply for their scholarships, so it is very important to apply early! Your counselors will be available in the Lecture Hall Wednesday, September 27 and Friday, September 29 during your lunchtime to assist you with the college application process.

Sam Matson: GSA will meet in room 156 during the first half of lunch today. Everyone is welcome!

Lori Strode: Attention Students in need of TN Scholars Volunteer hours! Northeast Elementary School needs volunteers in their LEAPS program. You may contact Stacie Parkins, music teacher at Northeast Elementary. She has 3rd and 4th grade chorus with which she needs assistance. Her chorus meets on Thursdays from 3:00 to 3:50. You may also contact Tera Brooks, Assistant Principal at NEES for other opportunities to volunteer with their LEAPS program at 526-2978.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th.

 

Wednesday – September 27, 2017

Lori Strode: Attention Parents of Juniors and Seniors! TTU is hosting it’s annual College and Career Fair on Tuesday October 24. We will depart from campus at 8:30 and return before lunch. There is no cost to the students, however STUDENTS MUST RETURN THEIR SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP TO THE 2ND FLOOR COUNSELING CENTER NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 29. Students will NOT be permitted to attend if they do not have the permission slip turned in by the September 29 deadline. Students attending must also have their school ID with them to be allowed on the bus the day of the trip. Permission slips will be distributed at the Junior and Senior meetings and will also be available in the counseling center and online at cookevillecavs.org after September 13, 2017.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! The first TN Promise meeting will be held on Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 11:00 in the CHS Auditorium. This meeting is for students only and counts as the first required meeting students must attend to be eligible to receive TN Promise.

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Lori Strode:  Attention Seniors! September 25-29 is College App Week! You are encouraged to start applying to colleges this week. Many colleges require you to apply and be accepted to their university before you can apply for their scholarships, so it is very important to apply early! Your counselors will be available in the Lecture Hall Wednesday, September 27 and Friday, September 29 during your lunchtime to assist you with the college application process.

Karen Trentham: Seniors! If you did not fill out your ACT demographics last week there will be a make-up session at 1:30 on Tuesday in the Lecture Hall. Please make plans to be there!

Sam Matson: GSA will meet in room 156 during the first half of lunch on Thursday. Everyone is welcome!

Lori Strode: Attention Students in need of TN Scholars Volunteer hours! Northeast Elementary School needs volunteers in their LEAPS program. You may contact Stacie Parkins, music teacher at Northeast Elementary. She has 3rd and 4th grade chorus with which she needs assistance. Her chorus meets on Thursdays from 3:00 to 3:50. You may also contact Tera Brooks, Assistant Principal at NEES for other opportunities to volunteer with their LEAPS program at 526-2978.

Counseling Dept. : Governor’s School for the fine arts is now open. Fine Arts has an earlier deadline. Counselor’s will need everything completed for those applications no later than October 27th.

 

Tuesday – September 26, 2017

Lori Strode: Attention Parents of Juniors and Seniors! TTU is hosting it’s annual College and Career Fair on Tuesday October 24. We will depart from campus at 8:30 and return before lunch. There is no cost to the students, however STUDENTS MUST RETURN THEIR SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP TO THE 2ND FLOOR COUNSELING CENTER NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 29. Students will NOT be permitted to attend if they do not have the permission slip turned in by the September 29 deadline. Students attending must also have their school ID with them to be allowed on the bus the day of the trip. Permission slips will be distributed at the Junior and Senior meetings and will also be available in the counseling center and online at cookevillecavs.org after September 13, 2017.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors! The first TN Promise meeting will be held on Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 11:00 in the CHS Auditorium. This meeting is for students only and counts as the first required meeting students must attend to be eligible to receive TN Promise.

Darlene Hatcher: ​10th and 11th : Governor’s Schools applications are available online at https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools. The completed application is due to the guidance office on November 20th so that the deadlines can be met.

Michelle Bowman: iAM Club will hold its Kick-Off meeting on September 26th during the FIRST half of lunch. We will meet in room 262. Some surprises will be in store for those in attendance. We hope to see you there!!

Lori Strode:  Attention Seniors! September 25-29 is College App Week! You are encouraged to start applying to colleges this week. Many colleges require you to apply and be accepted to their university before you can apply for their scholarships, so it is very important to apply early! Your counselors will be available in the Lecture Hall Wednesday, September 27 and Friday, September 29 during your lunchtime to assist you with the college application process.

Karen Trentham: Seniors! If you did not fill out your ACT demographics last week there will be a make-up session at 1:30 on Tuesday in the Lecture Hall. Please make plans to be there!

Sam Matson: GSA will meet in room 156 during the first half of lunch on Thursday. Everyone is welcome!