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Friday – April 28, 2017

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Cynthia Parker: Seniors interested in Broadcasting, journalism, or marketing: New scholarship opportunity through Kicks106.9 Country. The Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship is $1,000. More information available in 2nd floor counseling office. Deadline is April 30th.

Hamby: Attention, Student Library Users: All library books that have been checked out by seniors are due back in the library by Friday, April 28. All other library books are due back in the library by Friday, May 5th.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors Graduating with Latin Honors! There will be an Ice Cream Social in your honor on Friday April 28 the second half of lunch! This is also College Signing Day so wear a t-shirt from the college you plan to attend in the fall and join us on the patio to celebrate!

Main Office: Cookeville High School dance team tryouts will be May 4-6! Go to http://cookevillecavs.org/dance-team/ to get your tryout packet!

Main Office: ATTENTION SENIORS: NORTHEAST IS HOSTING A SENIOR CELEBRATION FOR THOSE SENIORS THAT ATTENDED NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY. PLEASE JOIN FACULTY AND STAFF FOR A RECEPTION ON MAY 2ND FROM 3:00-5:00 P.M.

Main Office: PSMS 2017 SENIOR RECEPTION SENIORS WHO ATTENDED PRESCOTT ARE INVITED TO A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH 3:30 – 5:00 P.M. PSMS LIBRARY.

Main Office: !!! ATTENTION !!! CAPSHAW ELEMENTARY CLASS OF 2017 (AND PARENTS) MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 2017 3:30 P.M. CAPSHAW CLASS OF 2017 REUNION * REMINISCE ABOUT THE GOLD OLE DAYS* *VISIT WITH TEACHERS* *PLAY ON PLAYGROUND* *GROUP PHOTO* *2017 BALLOON SEND-OFF* *RUN IN THE HALLS (JUST KIDDING)* *IMPROVE YOUR BEST COUGAR RUN LAPS* *ENJOY REFRESHMENTS* (COUGAR RUN T-SHIRTS ENCOURAGED).

Main Office: ATTENTION 2017 GRADUATING SENIORS WHO ATTENDED ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL: A RECEPTION WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18 2017, FROM 3:30 P.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. IN THE LOBBY OF ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US FOR REFRESHMENTS AND WELL WISHES.

Hatcher: If you intend to register for dual enrollment classes, ALL APPLICATION PAPER WORK in due in the guidance office NO LATER THAN MAY 1st.

Hatcher: Congressman Diane Black is pleased to announce that she is now accepting applications for nominations to the Military Service Academies for the class of 2021. Nominations are required for the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. The U.S. Coast Guard Academy does not require a nomination. Any upcoming seniors that are interested in applying for a service academy may now log on to Congressman Black’s website at www.black.house.net → Serving You → Military Academy Nomination and fill out an application. Please encourage your students to read the FAQ’s before submitting the application to Congressman Black’s academy coordinator. As soon as an application is received the student will receive additional email information regarding the nomination process.

Main Office: WELCOME BACK TO PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES PARK VIEW ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES. PARK VIEW LIBRARY TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017 3:30 PM REFRESHMENTS! MEMORIES!

Hatcher: For those students planning on taking a math class at Vol State, VS Math 1630 can transfer back as Applied Math Concepts. Math 1710 PreCal can transfer back as PreCal. These are two of our choices that we were waiting on approval. COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATH 1130 WILL NOT TRANSFER BACK TO US AS A HIGH SCHOOL MATH.

Jennifer Hall: AP Scholar Chords are available for qualified candidates in the 3rd floor office. Please see Mrs. Hall with exact change or check of $8.23. Thank you.

Main Office: GRADUATING CLASS OF 2017 YOU’RE INVITED TO A SENIOR RECEPTION WHO: FORMER SYCAMORE STUDENTS WHERE: SYCAMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY WHEN: TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017 TIME: 3:30 P.M. COME ENJOY MILK AND COOKIES WHILE CATCHING UP.

Main Office: CANE CREEK ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL GRADUATING SENIORS THAT ATTENDED CANE CREEK. DATE: MAY 4, 2017 TIME: 3:30 P.M.

Hatcher: The Celebration of Academic Excellence for those students that are state honors, distinction and TN Scholars is Monday, May 8th. The deadline to purchase tickets is May 1st. All qualifying students may invite a maximum of 2 guests (parents or other) to join them for the evening. The cost of tickets for guests is $5.00 per person and must be paid by Monday, May 1 at 3:30 p.m. ALL guests MUST have a ticket. NO late reservations/payments will be accepted. Students are attending must confirm by the end of the day on Monday, May 1. The window closes at 3:30 on Monday, May 1st.

Lori Strode: Attention Rising Seniors! There will be an informational meeting conducted by Machaila Cornwell regarding the process for applying to selective colleges and applying for scholarships. It is Monday May 1st at 6:00 in the CHS Lecture Hall. Parents are encouraged to attend!

Lori Strode: Attention Latin Honors Graduates! Don’t forget there will be an Ice Cream Social this Friday during your lunch time on the patio! Please see Ms. Strode Wednesday and Thursday during your lunchtime to receive a ticket to attend. See you there!

Lori Strode: Seniors! This Friday is COLLEGE SIGNING DAY! Wear a t-shirt displaying the name of the college you will be attending in the Fall! Faculty and staff are encouraged to wear a t-shirt from their Alma Mater as well! We will be roaming the halls to get pictures of students to display on the big screens!

Allison Mahan: Students interested in running for Student Congress may pick up petitions in Julie Benjamin’s room 247 beginning Monday. Petitions are due Friday, May 5 no later than 3:10.

Dr. Joann Shriner: Any student interested in Summer School please come by Dr. Shriner’s 2nd Floor VITAL Lab (Room 220) to pick up an informational flyer. Dates, times, costs and requirements are included. See Dr. Shriner (Room 220) or your counselor if you have questions.  You may also email her at shrinerj@pcsstn.com.

Kelsey Denney: Seniors! If you have donated blood see Ms. Denney in room 333 to check if you qualify for a Cord of Courage for graduation!!

Michael Choate/Rebecca Hooper: Come see Phantom of the Opera at the CHS Auditorium! Dates and times are as follows: April 27th @ 7:30 pm; April 28th @ 7:30 pm; April 29th @ 7:30 pm; April 30th @ 2:00pm; May 2nd @ 7:30 pm; May 4th @ 7:30 pm; May 5th @ 7:30 pm; May 6th @ 2:00 pm and final performance will be at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $18.00 for adults and $12.00 for children 10 and under. Mrs. Hoffmeyer will be selling tickets every day for the next two weeks, during lunch which is 11:00 – 12:00 in the Commons Office. She will also sell after school from 3:00 – 4:00 on Thursday and Friday of each week. Don’t miss this amazing production!

Thursday – April 27, 2017

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Cynthia Parker: Seniors interested in Broadcasting, journalism, or marketing: New scholarship opportunity through Kicks106.9 Country. The Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship is $1,000. More information available in 2nd floor counseling office. Deadline is April 30th.

Hamby: Attention, Student Library Users: All library books that have been checked out by seniors are due back in the library by Friday, April 28. All other library books are due back in the library by Friday, May 5th.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Jeana Piggott: Project Graduation will have a “give-back” day at any participating Pizza Hut on April 27. This is any time of the day. Online orders need the code #1052. If picking up or ordering in the store you can show the flier that will be in an email or on the school website.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors Graduating with Latin Honors! There will be an Ice Cream Social in your honor on Friday April 28 the second half of lunch! This is also College Signing Day so wear a t-shirt from the college you plan to attend in the fall and join us on the patio to celebrate!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars or any student in need of volunteer hours! There is a volunteer opportunity available through CASA Thursday April 27 starting at 4:30 and Friday April 28th starting at 5:30. Please contact Sue Mitchum at (615)308-2873 for more information. You can also see me, Ms. Strode if you have questions.

Main Office:  Cookeville High School dance team tryouts will be May 4-6! Go to http://cookevillecavs.org/dance-team/ to get your tryout packet!

Main Office: ATTENTION SENIORS: NORTHEAST IS HOSTING A SENIOR CELEBRATION FOR THOSE SENIORS THAT ATTENDED NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY. PLEASE JOIN FACULTY AND STAFF FOR A RECEPTION ON MAY 2ND FROM 3:00-5:00 P.M.

Main Office: PSMS 2017 SENIOR RECEPTION SENIORS WHO ATTENDED PRESCOTT ARE INVITED TO A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH 3:30 – 5:00 P.M. PSMS LIBRARY.

Main Office: !!! ATTENTION !!! CAPSHAW ELEMENTARY CLASS OF 2017 (AND PARENTS) MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 2017 3:30 P.M. CAPSHAW CLASS OF 2017 REUNION * REMINISCE ABOUT THE GOLD OLE DAYS* *VISIT WITH TEACHERS* *PLAY ON PLAYGROUND* *GROUP PHOTO* *2017 BALLOON SEND-OFF* *RUN IN THE HALLS (JUST KIDDING)* *IMPROVE YOUR BEST COUGAR RUN LAPS* *ENJOY REFRESHMENTS* (COUGAR RUN T-SHIRTS ENCOURAGED).

Main Office:  ATTENTION 2017 GRADUATING SENIORS WHO ATTENDED ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL: A RECEPTION WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18 2017, FROM 3:30 P.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. IN THE LOBBY OF ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US FOR REFRESHMENTS AND WELL WISHES.

Hatcher: If you intend to register for dual enrollment classes, ALL APPLICATION PAPER WORK in due in the guidance office NO LATER THAN MAY 1st.

Hatcher: Congressman Diane Black is pleased to announce that she is now accepting applications for nominations to the Military Service Academies for the class of 2021. Nominations are required for the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. The U.S. Coast Guard Academy does not require a nomination. Any upcoming seniors that are interested in applying for a service academy may now log on to Congressman Black’s website at www.black.house.net → Serving You → Military Academy Nomination and fill out an application. Please encourage your students to read the FAQ’s before submitting the application to Congressman Black’s academy coordinator. As soon as an application is received the student will receive additional email information regarding the nomination process.

Main Office: WELCOME BACK TO PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES PARK VIEW ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES. PARK VIEW LIBRARY TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017 3:30 PM REFRESHMENTS! MEMORIES!

Hatcher: For those students planning on taking a math class at Vol State, VS Math 1630 can transfer back as Applied Math Concepts. Math 1710 PreCal can transfer back as PreCal. These are two of our choices that we were waiting on approval. COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATH 1130 WILL NOT TRANSFER BACK TO US AS A HIGH SCHOOL MATH.

Jennifer Hall: AP Scholar Chords are available for qualified candidates in the 3rd floor office. Please see Mrs. Hall with exact change or check of $8.23. Thank you.

Main Office: GRADUATING CLASS OF 2017 YOU’RE INVITED TO A SENIOR RECEPTION WHO: FORMER SYCAMORE STUDENTS WHERE: SYCAMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY WHEN: TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017 TIME: 3:30 P.M. COME ENJOY MILK AND COOKIES WHILE CATCHING UP.

Main Office: CANE CREEK ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL GRADUATING SENIORS THAT ATTENDED CANE CREEK. DATE: MAY 4, 2017 TIME: 3:30 P.M.

Hatcher: The Celebration of Academic Excellence for those students that are state honors, distinction and TN Scholars is Monday, May 8th. The deadline to purchase tickets is May 1st. All qualifying students may invite a maximum of 2 guests (parents or other) to join them for the evening. The cost of tickets for guests is $5.00 per person and must be paid by Monday, May 1 at 3:30 p.m. ALL guests MUST have a ticket. NO late reservations/payments will be accepted. Students are attending must confirm by the end of the day on Monday, May 1. The window closes at 3:30 on Monday, May 1st.

Lori Strode: Attention Rising Seniors! There will be an informational meeting conducted by Machaila Cornwell regarding the process for applying to selective colleges and applying for scholarships. It is Monday May 1st at 6:00 in the CHS Lecture Hall. Parents are encouraged to attend!

Lori Strode: Attention Latin Honors Graduates! Don’t forget there will be an Ice Cream Social this Friday during your lunch time on the patio! Please see Ms. Strode Wednesday and Thursday during your lunchtime to receive a ticket to attend. See you there!

Lori Strode: Seniors! This Friday is COLLEGE SIGNING DAY! Wear a t-shirt displaying the name of the college you will be attending in the Fall! Faculty and staff are encouraged to wear a t-shirt from their Alma Mater as well! We will be roaming the halls to get pictures of students to display on the big screens!

Allison Mahan: Students interested in running for Student Congress may pick up petitions in Julie Benjamin’s room 247 beginning Monday. Petitions are due Friday, May 5 no later than 3:10.

Dr. Joann Shriner: Any student interested in Summer School please come by Dr. Shriner’s 2nd Floor VITAL Lab (Room 220) to pick up an informational flyer. Dates, times, costs and requirements are included. See Dr. Shriner (Room 220) or your counselor if you have questions.  You may also email her at shrinerj@pcsstn.com.

Wednesday – April 26, 2017

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Cynthia Parker: Seniors interested in Broadcasting, journalism, or marketing: New scholarship opportunity through Kicks106.9 Country. The Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship is $1,000. More information available in 2nd floor counseling office. Deadline is April 30th.

Hamby: Attention, Student Library Users: All library books that have been checked out by seniors are due back in the library by Friday, April 28. All other library books are due back in the library by Friday, May 5th.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Jeana Piggott: Project Graduation will have a “give-back” day at any participating Pizza Hut on April 27. This is any time of the day. Online orders need the code #1052. If picking up or ordering in the store you can show the flier that will be in an email or on the school website.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors Graduating with Latin Honors! There will be an Ice Cream Social in your honor on Friday April 28 the second half of lunch! This is also College Signing Day so wear a t-shirt from the college you plan to attend in the fall and join us on the patio to celebrate!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars or any student in need of volunteer hours! There is a volunteer opportunity available through CASA Thursday April 27 starting at 4:30 and Friday April 28th starting at 5:30. Please contact Sue Mitchum at (615)308-2873 for more information. You can also see me, Ms. Strode if you have questions.

Main Office: Cookeville High School dance team tryouts will be May 4-6! Go to http://cookevillecavs.org/dance-team/ to get your tryout packet!

Main Office: ATTENTION SENIORS: NORTHEAST IS HOSTING A SENIOR CELEBRATION FOR THOSE SENIORS THAT ATTENDED NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY. PLEASE JOIN FACULTY AND STAFF FOR A RECEPTION ON MAY 2ND FROM 3:00-5:00 P.M.

Main Office: PSMS 2017 SENIOR RECEPTION SENIORS WHO ATTENDED PRESCOTT ARE INVITED TO A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH 3:30 – 5:00 P.M. PSMS LIBRARY.

Main Office: !!! ATTENTION !!! CAPSHAW ELEMENTARY CLASS OF 2017 (AND PARENTS) MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 2017 3:30 P.M. CAPSHAW CLASS OF 2017 REUNION * REMINISCE ABOUT THE GOLD OLE DAYS* *VISIT WITH TEACHERS* *PLAY ON PLAYGROUND* *GROUP PHOTO* *2017 BALLOON SEND-OFF* *RUN IN THE HALLS (JUST KIDDING)* *IMPROVE YOUR BEST COUGAR RUN LAPS* *ENJOY REFRESHMENTS* (COUGAR RUN T-SHIRTS ENCOURAGED).

Main Office:  ATTENTION 2017 GRADUATING SENIORS WHO ATTENDED ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL: A RECEPTION WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18 2017, FROM 3:30 P.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. IN THE LOBBY OF ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US FOR REFRESHMENTS AND WELL WISHES.

Hatcher: Rising 10th,11th and 12th grade: If you haven’t turned in your registration forms, they are due in the guidance office immediately.

Hatcher: If you intend to register for dual enrollment classes, ALL APPLICATION PAPER WORK in due in the guidance office NO LATER THAN MAY 1st.

Hatcher: Congressman Diane Black is pleased to announce that she is now accepting applications for nominations to the Military Service Academies for the class of 2021. Nominations are required for the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. The U.S. Coast Guard Academy does not require a nomination. Any upcoming seniors that are interested in applying for a service academy may now log on to Congressman Black’s website at www.black.house.net → Serving You → Military Academy Nomination and fill out an application. Please encourage your students to read the FAQ’s before submitting the application to Congressman Black’s academy coordinator. As soon as an application is received the student will receive additional email information regarding the nomination process.

Main Office: WELCOME BACK TO PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES PARK VIEW ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES. PARK VIEW LIBRARY TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017 3:30 PM REFRESHMENTS! MEMORIES!

Hatcher: For those students planning on taking a math class at Vol State, VS Math 1630 can transfer back as Applied Math Concepts. Math 1710 PreCal can transfer back as PreCal. These are two of our choices that we were waiting on approval. COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATH 1130 WILL NOT TRANSFER BACK TO US AS A HIGH SCHOOL MATH.

Jennifer Hall: AP Scholar Chords are available for qualified candidates in the 3rd floor office. Please see Mrs. Hall with exact change or check of $8.23. Thank you.

Main Office: GRADUATING CLASS OF 2017 YOU’RE INVITED TO A SENIOR RECEPTION WHO: FORMER SYCAMORE STUDENTS WHERE: SYCAMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY WHEN: TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017 TIME: 3:30 P.M. COME ENJOY MILK AND COOKIES WHILE CATCHING UP.

Main Office: CANE CREEK ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL GRADUATING SENIORS THAT ATTENDED CANE CREEK. DATE: MAY 4, 2017 TIME: 3:30 P.M.

Hatcher: The Celebration of Academic Excellence for those students that are state honors, distinction and TN Scholars is Monday, May 8th. The deadline to purchase tickets is May 1st. All qualifying students may invite a maximum of 2 guests (parents or other) to join them for the evening. The cost of tickets for guests is $5.00 per person and must be paid by Monday, May 1 at 3:30 p.m. ALL guests MUST have a ticket. NO late reservations/payments will be accepted. Students are attending must confirm by the end of the day on Monday, May 1. The window closes at 3:30 on Monday, May 1st.

Lori Strode: Attention Rising Seniors! There will be an informational meeting conducted by Machaila Cornwell regarding the process for applying to selective colleges and applying for scholarships. It is Monday May 1st at 6:00 in the CHS Lecture Hall. Parents are encouraged to attend!

Lori Strode: Attention Latin Honors Graduates! Don’t forget there will be an Ice Cream Social this Friday during your lunch time on the patio! Please see Ms. Strode Wednesday and Thursday during your lunchtime to receive a ticket to attend. See you there!

Lori Strode: Seniors! This Friday is COLLEGE SIGNING DAY! Wear a t-shirt displaying the name of the college you will be attending in the Fall! Faculty and staff are encouraged to wear a t-shirt from their Alma Mater as well! We will be roaming the halls to get pictures of students to display on the big screens!

Tuesday – April 25, 2017

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Cynthia Parker: Seniors interested in Broadcasting, journalism, or marketing: New scholarship opportunity through Kicks106.9 Country. The Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship is $1,000. More information available in 2nd floor counseling office. Deadline is April 30th.

Hamby: Attention, Student Library Users: All library books that have been checked out by seniors are due back in the library by Friday, April 28. All other library books are due back in the library by Friday, May 5th.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Jeana Piggott: Project Graduation will have a “give-back” day at any participating Pizza Hut on April 27. This is any time of the day. Online orders need the code #1052. If picking up or ordering in the store you can show the flier that will be in an email or on the school website.

Jennifer Hall: Attention IB students- Test dates are quickly approaching and we need all IB fees paid in full. Please see Mrs. Hall in the 3rd floor office for payments and any balance due questions. Thanks.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors Graduating with Latin Honors! There will be an Ice Cream Social in your honor on Friday April 28 the second half of lunch! This is also College Signing Day so wear a t-shirt from the college you plan to attend in the fall and join us on the patio to celebrate!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars or any student in need of volunteer hours! There is a volunteer opportunity available through CASA Thursday April 27 starting at 4:30 and Friday April 28th starting at 5:30. Please contact Sue Mitchum at (615)308-2873 for more information. You can also see me, Ms. Strode if you have questions.

Main Office: Cookeville High School dance team tryouts will be May 4-6! Go to http://cookevillecavs.org/dance-team/ to get your tryout packet!

Main Office: ATTENTION SENIORS: NORTHEAST IS HOSTING A SENIOR CELEBRATION FOR THOSE SENIORS THAT ATTENDED NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY. PLEASE JOIN FACULTY AND STAFF FOR A RECEPTION ON MAY 2ND FROM 3:00-5:00 P.M.

Main Office: PSMS 2017 SENIOR RECEPTION SENIORS WHO ATTENDED PRESCOTT ARE INVITED TO A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH 3:30 – 5:00 P.M. PSMS LIBRARY.

Main Office: !!! ATTENTION !!! CAPSHAW ELEMENTARY CLASS OF 2017 (AND PARENTS) MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 2017 3:30 P.M. CAPSHAW CLASS OF 2017 REUNION * REMINISCE ABOUT THE GOLD OLE DAYS* *VISIT WITH TEACHERS* *PLAY ON PLAYGROUND* *GROUP PHOTO* *2017 BALLOON SEND-OFF* *RUN IN THE HALLS (JUST KIDDING)* *IMPROVE YOUR BEST COUGAR RUN LAPS* *ENJOY REFRESHMENTS* (COUGAR RUN T-SHIRTS ENCOURAGED).

Main Office:  ATTENTION 2017 GRADUATING SENIORS WHO ATTENDED ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL: A RECEPTION WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18 2017, FROM 3:30 P.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. IN THE LOBBY OF ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US FOR REFRESHMENTS AND WELL WISHES.

Molly Risley: Beta Club: Beta t-shirts are here! Cost is $5 and you can pick them up in room 227. If you pre-ordered or pre-paid, you get first pick! Come see Ms. Risley today between classes or during the first part of lunch.

R. Robinson: IB Exams: Students who are taking IB Exams in May will have a mandatory meeting on Tuesday (April 25) during the first half of lunch. It is IB policy that students formally review exam procedures before their testing date. Students will also receive their exam schedules and parking passes for TTU. There will be NO makeup date for this meeting.

Shannon Renegar: Health Science Clinical Internship applications are now available in Mrs. Renegar’s room and the counseling offices. Only rising seniors who have completed at least two health science classes are eligible to apply. Completed applications and teacher recommendations are to be turned in to Mrs. Renegar no later than Friday, April 21.

Hatcher: Rising 10th,11th and 12th grade: If you haven’t turned in your registration forms, they are due in the guidance office immediately.

Hatcher: If you intend to register for dual enrollment classes, ALL APPLICATION PAPER WORK in due in the guidance office NO LATER THAN MAY 1st.

Hatcher: Congressman Diane Black is pleased to announce that she is now accepting applications for nominations to the Military Service Academies for the class of 2021. Nominations are required for the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. The U.S. Coast Guard Academy does not require a nomination. Any upcoming seniors that are interested in applying for a service academy may now log on to Congressman Black’s website at www.black.house.net → Serving You → Military Academy Nomination and fill out an application. Please encourage your students to read the FAQ’s before submitting the application to Congressman Black’s academy coordinator. As soon as an application is received the student will receive additional email information regarding the nomination process.

Main Office: WELCOME BACK TO PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES PARK VIEW ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES. PARK VIEW LIBRARY TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017 3:30 PM REFRESHMENTS! MEMORIES!

Hatcher: For those students planning on taking a math class at Vol State, VS Math 1630 can transfer back as Applied Math Concepts. Math 1710 PreCal can transfer back as PreCal. These are two of our choices that we were waiting on approval. COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATH 1130 WILL NOT TRANSFER BACK TO US AS A HIGH SCHOOL MATH.

Jennifer Hall: AP Scholar Chords are available for qualified candidates in the 3rd floor office. Please see Mrs. Hall with exact change or check of $8.23. Thank you.

Main Office: GRADUATING CLASS OF 2017 YOU’RE INVITED TO A SENIOR RECEPTION WHO: FORMER SYCAMORE STUDENTS WHERE: SYCAMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY WHEN: TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017 TIME: 3:30 P.M. COME ENJOY MILK AND COOKIES WHILE CATCHING UP.

Monday – April 24, 2017

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Cynthia Parker: Seniors interested in Broadcasting, journalism, or marketing: New scholarship opportunity through Kicks106.9 Country. The Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship is $1,000. More information available in 2nd floor counseling office. Deadline is April 30th.

Hamby: Attention, Student Library Users: All library books that have been checked out by seniors are due back in the library by Friday, April 28. All other library books are due back in the library by Friday, May 5th.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Jeana Piggott: Project Graduation will have a “give-back” day at any participating Pizza Hut on April 27. This is any time of the day. Online orders need the code #1052. If picking up or ordering in the store you can show the flier that will be in an email or on the school website.

Jennifer Hall: Attention IB students- Test dates are quickly approaching and we need all IB fees paid in full. Please see Mrs. Hall in the 3rd floor office for payments and any balance due questions. Thanks.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

Lori Strode: Attention Seniors Graduating with Latin Honors! There will be an Ice Cream Social in your honor on Friday April 28 the second half of lunch! This is also College Signing Day so wear a t-shirt from the college you plan to attend in the fall and join us on the patio to celebrate!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars or any student in need of volunteer hours! There is a volunteer opportunity available through CASA Thursday April 27 starting at 4:30 and Friday April 28th starting at 5:30. Please contact Sue Mitchum at (615)308-2873 for more information. You can also see me, Ms. Strode if you have questions.

Main Office: Cookeville High School dance team tryouts will be May 4-6! Go to http://cookevillecavs.org/dance-team/ to get your tryout packet!

Main Office: ATTENTION SENIORS: NORTHEAST IS HOSTING A SENIOR CELEBRATION FOR THOSE SENIORS THAT ATTENDED NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY. PLEASE JOIN FACULTY AND STAFF FOR A RECEPTION ON MAY 2ND FROM 3:00-5:00 P.M.

Main Office: PSMS 2017 SENIOR RECEPTION SENIORS WHO ATTENDED PRESCOTT ARE INVITED TO A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH 3:30 – 5:00 P.M. PSMS LIBRARY.

Main Office: !!! ATTENTION !!! CAPSHAW ELEMENTARY CLASS OF 2017 (AND PARENTS) MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 2017 3:30 P.M. CAPSHAW CLASS OF 2017 REUNION * REMINISCE ABOUT THE GOLD OLE DAYS* *VISIT WITH TEACHERS* *PLAY ON PLAYGROUND* *GROUP PHOTO* *2017 BALLOON SEND-OFF* *RUN IN THE HALLS (JUST KIDDING)* *IMPROVE YOUR BEST COUGAR RUN LAPS* *ENJOY REFRESHMENTS* (COUGAR RUN T-SHIRTS ENCOURAGED)

Main Office: ATTENTION 2017 GRADUATING SENIORS WHO ATTENDED ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL: A RECEPTION WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18 2017, FROM 3:30 P.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. IN THE LOBBY OF ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US FOR REFRESHMENTS AND WELL WISHES.

Molly Risley: Beta Club: Beta t-shirts are here! Cost is $5 and you can pick them up in room 227. If you pre-ordered or pre-paid, you get first pick! Come see Ms. Risley today between classes or during the first part of lunch.

R. Robinson: IB Exams: Students who are taking IB Exams in May will have a mandatory meeting on Tuesday (April 25) during the first half of lunch. It is IB policy that students formally review exam procedures before their testing date. Students will also receive their exam schedules and parking passes for TTU. There will be NO makeup date for this meeting.

Shannon Renegar: Health Science Clinical Internship applications are now available in Mrs. Renegar’s room and the counseling offices. Only rising seniors who have completed at least two health science classes are eligible to apply. Completed applications and teacher recommendations are to be turned in to Mrs. Renegar no later than Friday, April 21.

Hatcher: Rising 10th,11th and 12th grade: If you haven’t turned in your registration forms, they are due in the guidance office immediately.

Hatcher: If you intend to register for dual enrollment classes, ALL APPLICATION PAPER WORK in due in the guidance office NO LATER THAN MAY 1st.

Hatcher: Congressman Diane Black is pleased to announce that she is now accepting applications for nominations to the Military Service Academies for the class of 2021. Nominations are required for the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. The U.S. Coast Guard Academy does not require a nomination. Any upcoming seniors that are interested in applying for a service academy may now log on to Congressman Black’s website at www.black.house.net → Serving You → Military Academy Nomination and fill out an application. Please encourage your students to read the FAQ’s before submitting the application to Congressman Black’s academy coordinator. As soon as an application is received the student will receive additional email information regarding the nomination process.

Main Office: WELCOME BACK TO PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES PARK VIEW ELEMENTARY IS HOSTING A SENIOR RECEPTION FOR ALL PARK VIEW 2017 SENIOR GRADUATES. PARK VIEW LIBRARY TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017 3:30 PM REFRESHMENTS! MEMORIES!

Hatcher: For those students planning on taking a math class at Vol State, VS Math 1630 can transfer back as Applied Math Concepts. Math 1710 PreCal can transfer back as PreCal. These are two of our choices that we were waiting on approval. COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATH 1130 WILL NOT TRANSFER BACK TO US AS A HIGH SCHOOL MATH.

Dr. Joann Shriner: Any student interested in Summer School please come by Dr. Shriner’s 2nd Floor VITAL Lab (Room 220) to pick up an informational flyer. Dates, times, costs and requirements are included. See Dr. Shriner (Room 220) or your counselor if you have questions.  You may also email her at shrinerj@pcsstn.com.

Congressman Black’s Military Service Academy Nominations

Congressman Diane Black is pleased to announce that she is now accepting applications for nominations to the Military Service Academies for the class of 2021. Nominations are required for the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. The U.S. Coast Guard Academy does not require a nomination.

Any upcoming seniors that are interested in applying for a service academy may now log on to Congressman Black’s website at www.black.house.net → Serving You → Military Academy Nomination and fill out an application. Please encourage your students to read the FAQ’s before submitting the application to Congressman Black’s academy coordinator. As soon as an application is received the student will receive additional email information regarding the nomination process.

Friday – April 21, 2017

Joann Shriner: Any student interested in Summer School please come by Dr. Shriner’s 2nd Floor VITAL Lab (Room 220) to pick up an informational flyer. Dates, times, costs and requirements are included. See Dr. Shriner (Room 220) or your counselor if you have questions. You may also email her at shrinerj@pcsstn.com.

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Cynthia Parker: Seniors interested in Broadcasting, journalism, or marketing: New scholarship opportunity through Kicks106.9 Country. The Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship is $1,000. More information available in 2nd floor counseling office. Deadline is April 30th.

Hamby: Attention, Student Library Users: All library books that have been checked out by seniors are due back in the library by Friday, April 28. All other library books are due back in the library by Friday, May 5th.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Jeana Piggott: Project Graduation will have a “give-back” day at any participating Pizza Hut on April 27. This is any time of the day. Online orders need the code #1052. If picking up or ordering in the store you can show the flier that will be in an email or on the school website.

Jennifer Hall: Attention IB students- Test dates are quickly approaching and we need all IB fees paid in full. Please see Mrs. Hall in the 3rd floor office for payments and any balance due questions. Thanks.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

Lori: Attention Seniors Graduating with Latin Honors! There will be an Ice Cream Social in your honor on Friday April 28 the second half of lunch! This is also College Signing Day so wear a t-shirt from the college you plan to attend in the fall and join us on the patio to celebrate!

Lori Strode: Attention TN Scholars or any student in need of volunteer hours! There is a volunteer opportunity available through CASA Thursday April 27 starting at 4:30 and Friday April 28th starting at 5:30. Please contact Sue Mitchum at (615)308-2873 for more information. You can also see me, Ms. Strode if you have questions.

Main Office: Cookeville High School dance team tryouts will be May 4-6! Go to http://cookevillecavs.org/dance-team/ to get your tryout packet!

Main Office: ATTENTION SENIORS: NORTHEAST IS HOSTING A SENIOR CELEBRATION FOR THOSE SENIORS THAT ATTENDED NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY. PLEASE JOIN FACULTY AND STAFF FOR A RECEPTION ON MAY 2ND FROM 3:00-5:00 P.M.

Main Office: PSMS 2017 SENIOR RECEPTION SENIORS WHO ATTENDED PRESCOTT ARE INVITED TO A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH 3:30 – 5:00 P.M. PSMS LIBRARY.

Main Office: !!! ATTENTION !!! CAPSHAW ELEMENTARY CLASS OF 2017 (AND PARENTS) MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 2017 3:30 P.M. CAPSHAW CLASS OF 2017 REUNION * REMINISCE ABOUT THE GOLD OLE DAYS* *VISIT WITH TEACHERS* *PLAY ON PLAYGROUND* *GROUP PHOTO* *2017 BALLOON SEND-OFF* *RUN IN THE HALLS (JUST KIDDING)* *IMPROVE YOUR BEST COUGAR RUN LAPS* *ENJOY REFRESHMENTS* (COUGAR RUN T-SHIRTS ENCOURAGED)

Main Office:  ATTENTION 2017 GRADUATING SENIORS WHO ATTENDED ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL: A RECEPTION WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18 2017, FROM 3:30 P.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. IN THE LOBBY OF ALGOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US FOR REFRESHMENTS AND WELL WISHES.

Molly Risley: Beta Club: Beta t-shirts are here! Cost is $5 and you can pick them up in room 227. If you pre-ordered or pre-paid, you get first pick! Come see Ms. Risley today between classes or during the first part of lunch.

R. Robinson: IB Exams: Students who are taking IB Exams in May will have a mandatory meeting on Tuesday (April 25) during the first half of lunch. It is IB policy that students formally review exam procedures before their testing date. Students will also receive their exam schedules and parking passes for TTU. There will be NO makeup date for this meeting.

Shannon Renegar: Health Science Clinical Internship applications are now available in Mrs. Renegar’s room and the counseling offices. Only rising seniors who have completed at least two health science classes are eligible to apply. Completed applications and teacher recommendations are to be turned in to Mrs. Renegar no later than Friday, April 21.

Thursday – April 20, 2017

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Jennifer Hall: Attention IB students- Test dates are quickly approaching and we need all IB fees paid in full. Please see Mrs. Hall in the 3rd floor office for payments and any balance due questions. Thanks.

Shannon Renegar: Health Science Clinical Internship applications are now available in Mrs. Renegar’s room and the counseling offices. Only rising seniors who have completed at least two health science classes are eligible to apply. Completed applications and teacher recommendations are to be turned in to Mrs. Renegar no later than Friday, April 21.

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Molly Risley: Beta Club: Beta t-shirts are here! Cost is $5 and you can pick them up in room 227. If you pre-ordered or pre-paid, you get first pick! Come see Ms. Risley today between classes or during the first part of lunch.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

R. Robinson: IB Exams: Students who are taking IB Exams in May will have a mandatory meeting on Tuesday (April 25) during the first half of lunch. It is IB policy that students formally review exam procedures before their testing date. Students will also receive their exam schedules and parking passes for TTU. There will be NO makeup date for this meeting.

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Jeana Piggott: Project Graduation will have a “give-back” day at any participating Pizza Hut on April 27. This is any time of the day. Online orders need the code #1052. If picking up or ordering in the store you can show the flier that will be in an email or on the school website.

Lori: Attention Seniors Graduating with Latin Honors! There will be an Ice Cream Social in your honor on Friday April 28 the second half of lunch! This is also College Signing Day so wear a t-shirt from the college you plan to attend in the fall and join us on the patio to celebrate!

Cynthia Parker: Seniors interested in Broadcasting, journalism, or marketing: New scholarship opportunity through Kicks106.9 Country. The Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship is $1,000. More information available in 2nd floor counseling office. Deadline is April 30th.

Main Office: Cookeville High School dance team tryouts will be May 4-6! Go to http://cookevillecavs.org/dance-team/ to get your tryout packet!

Hamby: Attention, Student Library Users: All library books that have been checked out by seniors are due back in the library by Friday, April 28. All other library books are due back in the library by Friday, May 5th.

Wednesday – April 19, 2017

Cynthia Parker: Applications are now available for Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer Program. You must be between the ages of 14 and 18. Come to 2nd floor Counseling Office for an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 28th.

Cynthia Parker: You can now follow the Counseling Department on Twitter to receive important information. Look for CHS Counseling@Cavs_Counseling.

Hatcher: GFWC Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is offering a scholarship to seniors who meet the criteria. The deadline is August 1st. If you have any questions, please contact me at brittanygfwc@aol.com Please click on the link below to complete this form. https://form.jotform.us/BrittanyDuncan/70788371442159

Hatcher: This summer, tnAchieves is offering the Summer Bridge Program at all 13 community colleges. This is the third year we have been able to offer this program, so you may have heard of it before. If you have not, this program is a FREE 3-week academic boot camp designed to assist students in testing out of learning support classes they otherwise would be required to take their first semester of college. Students will take classes in reading, writing and math, and will have a lunch and learn session each day to provide information on what it means to be a successful college student. On the final day of the program, students will complete a placement test. Any student requiring remedial courses is eligible to apply. If a student is interested in participating, they simply need to complete the application here: https://tnachieves.org/students2017/summer-programs/summer-bridge-program-application/

Jennifer Hall: Attention IB students- Test dates are quickly approaching and we need all IB fees paid in full. Please see Mrs. Hall in the 3rd floor office for payments and any balance due questions. Thanks.

Shannon Renegar: Health Science Clinical Internship applications are now available in Mrs. Renegar’s room and the counseling offices. Only rising seniors who have completed at least two health science classes are eligible to apply. Completed applications and teacher recommendations are to be turned in to Mrs. Renegar no later than Friday, April 21.

Hatcher: The Balanced Man Scholarship allows SigEp to find balanced men who embody the fraternity’s values and ideals as a high school graduating senior. The Balanced Man Scholarship awards its recipients a $400 scholarship. This scholarship applies to every male that is attending Tennessee Tech in the fall. Linked below is a google form that your students can use to apply for the scholarship. If you have any questions, you can contact me at RAFranco1@gmail.com or our recruitment chair Andrew Bumpas at andrew.bumpas@gmail.com. Thank you again for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/ePlrlM6SwGRW2OQm1

Cavalier Yearbook: Attention Future Journalists: Yearbook applications are available in the second floor counseling center. You may also pick them up in Room 261 during lunch.

Molly Risley: Beta Club: Beta t-shirts are here! Cost is $5 and you can pick them up in room 227. If you pre-ordered or pre-paid, you get first pick! Come see Ms. Risley today between classes or during the first part of lunch.

Kisha: April is Autism Awareness Month! Ms. West’s class will be selling Autism Awareness badges that light up for $2 during lunch for the rest of April. Please show your support by buying a badge and wearing it proudly.

R. Robinson: IB Exams: Students who are taking IB Exams in May will have a mandatory meeting on Tuesday (April 25) during the first half of lunch. It is IB policy that students formally review exam procedures before their testing date. Students will also receive their exam schedules and parking passes for TTU. There will be NO makeup date for this meeting.

Jeana Piggott: Class of 2017- Project Graduation Tickets will be on sale April 25-28 at lunch time in the commons area. Tickets are $20 each. This includes your ticket, shirt, and goodie bag. See Ms. Piggott in room 51 if you have questions.

Jeana Piggott: Project Graduation will have a “give-back” day at any participating Pizza Hut on April 27. This is any time of the day. Online orders need the code #1052. If picking up or ordering in the store you can show the flier that will be in an email or on the school website.