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1/20/17

“In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can.”

- Nikos Kazantzakis
 

 

 

 

Schedule Today:                                              E, F, G Lunch A, B

Detention Today;                                                   Romo (C-6)

Tomorrow’s Schedule             C, D, E Lunch F (Minimum Day-Buses @ 1:48)

 

 

 

FRIDAY’S MENU

 

BLACK LINE

All-Beef Hotdog, Cook’s Choice Calzone

PIZZA LINE

Pepperoni

CARDINAL EXPRESS

French Bread Pizza, Sub Sandwich

SANDWICHES

Turkey Bacon Club Wrap, Buffalo Chicken on Flatbread, 3-Meat Sub

SALADS

Southwest, Antipasto, Fruit w/Yogurt & Granola

SUPPER

Uncrustable

SIDES

Veggie Variety, Fruit/Fruit Cocktail, Milk/Chocolate Milk

BREAKFAST TOMORROW

Fruit & Milk

 

 

 

TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

  • Movie Day Friday, in the STARs Room after school today!
  • CPR Certification Class Next Monday- 1:45pm to 4:15pm.  You must sign up in Mrs. Maday’s room today.
  • Frosh Girls & Boys have impressive wins against Paradise to kick-off the Homecoming.

 

 

 

This Week in Sports 

Friday, Jan 20

WINTER HOMECOMING

Basketball vs Paradise

JV Girls/Boys           3:30/5:00

Varsity Girls/Boys   6:00/8:00

Saturday, Jan 21

Wrestling-Drake Invitational

San Francisco

Depart:

Friday             After 1st period

 

STARs Today 

6:30-7:45

Weightlifting

Weight Room

3-6

Tutorial

Library

3-3:30

Supper

Cafeteria

3-4

Recreation

Cafeteria

4-5:30

Movie Day

B-1

UPCOMING NEWS & EVENTS

 

  • Attention Sophomores come pick up your donuts in H-8, the Leadership Room next Thursday, Jan. 26th from 7:40-8:00am.
  • What’s the plan? Do you dream of owning your own business? Shasta College is hosting the 10th annual Youth Entrepreneurship Program's Business Concepts and Video Elevator Pitch Competition.  This is an opportunity for our students to showcase their creativity and innovative ideas while entering to win seed capital to help start their businesses. For more details visit https://yepsc.jimdo.com or see Mr. Wyman in the Career Center.
  • Cardnivore Club:  Wednesday, January 25th will be our first meating.  To fight off these cold winter days, Coach Nelson will be preparing his famous chili con carne.  You can join us, $20 in the Cardinal Nest and you are an official Cardnivore.
  • Attention Students:  There are two immediate opportunities to participate in a local speech competition.  One is through the local Lions Club organization and the other through the American Legion chapter here in Corning.  The Lions Club speech topic asks, "Is the right to privacy a threat to our national security?" That competition is being held on Monday evening, February 6, 2017 at Hamilton HS.

The American Legion competition asks students to prepare an 8-10 minute speech on some aspect of the U.S. Constitution with emphasis on a citizen's duties and obligations to our government.In addition, contestants must be able to speak on one of four Constitutional amendments.This contest takes place on Thursday, February 2, at Orland HS.Take a risk and step up to the plate to participate in one or both of these competitions.See Mr. Troughton for more details.There are only two weeks until these contests, so get started right away.

  • High School Subjects Lab, aka Night School, will be starting Tuesday January 24 for students that need to make up credits. Please make sure you have your contract signed and turned into your counselor before you start attending. Night School will be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:30 to 7:30.
  • The Winter Formal is coming up on February 18th.  Tickets are now on sale.  With an ASB punch tickets are $5; $7 without punch; $10 at the door.
  • From January 23—29, students across the country will be observing National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week SM (NDAFW).  This is a national health observance designed to shatter myths about drugs and drug abuse.  On Wednesday, January 25, there will be a Lunch ‘n Learn in the cafeteria where students can stop by an information table and get free materials, play drug fact trivia, and take the National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge quiz. Ulanda Hinkston from the Tehama County Department of Education and her assistants will be here to provide information to students. 
  • Valentine’s Day is right around the corner!  Do you have a crush? A best friend?  Or just want to show how much you appreciate someone?  Come to the Cardinal Nest and place your balloon order for that special someone.  We will also be selling Valentine’s Day cards and Teddy Bears.
  • Safety Drill:  On Monday, January 23rd, we will be take a few minutes to remind ourselves of the ways we can be ALERTED to danger on campus or INFORMED about potential threats.  ALERT and INFORM are two parts of our procedures for reacting to an active threat at school.  The drill on Monday will be the first in a series of drills over the coming months to help us be more familiar with our ALICE protocols.
  • If you are interested in participating on the golf team, please attend a meeting Wednesday, Jan. 25th, at 12:03 in room F-1, Mr. Schlom’s room, during lunch. If you plan on participating and cannot attend the meeting, please contact coach Costanza. Thank you.
  • Rotary is hosting a youth basketball league for kids age 6-13. The league will start February 4th in the North Gym and run until March 4th. If you have younger siblings who are interested in joining, applications can be picked up in the main office or at City Hall. Registration form is due February 1st. If you have any questions please see Mr. Zuppan in E-1.
  • Are you Job Hunting? Earn your Food Handlers Card for free online in the STARs room. (Anyone working in a food related job in CA must have a Food Handlers Card).

 

 

SENIORS

  • Planning to attend Chico State this Fall? Wildcat scholarships are open from now until February 15. You can access these scholarships through our school website. Just follow the links: Counseling – Scholarships – CSU The California State University - Chico State to their Wildcat Scholarship link.
  • Are your parents or grandparents members of the Elks? Elks Legacy Scholarship expires soon. If you qualify, please apply. The Elks award 15 scholarships of $5,000 each. See Mr. Wyman in the Career Center for details.

 

 

NEXT Week in Sports 

Tuesday, Jan 24

Girls & Boys Soccer

@ Sutter HS

Depart                             12:30

Games                               3:15

 

Boys Basketball

vs Wheatland

Games             4:30/6:00/7:30

Wednesday, Jan 25

Wrestling

@ Oroville HS

Depart                                3:45

Dual                                    6:00

 

Girls Basketball

@ Wheatland HS

Release      (F) 1:30   (JV) 2:45

Depart        (F) 1:45   (JV) 3:00

Games             4:30/6:00/7:30

Thursday, Jan 26

Girls & Boys Soccer

@ Orland HS

Release                              1:30

Depart                                1:45

Games                                3:15

 

Boys Basketball

@ Sutter HS

Release                        (F)  1:45

Depart                         (F)  2:00

Games             4:30/6:00/7:30

Friday, Jan 27

Girls Basketball

vs Sutter

Games             4:30/6:00/7:30

 

Girls & Boys Soccer (make-up game)

vs Wheatland

Release                              2:00

Games                                3:15

Saturday, Jan 28

Wrestling Corning Invitational

Start Time                          9:00

 

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1/19/17

“In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can.”

- Nikos Kazantzakis
 

 

 

 

Schedule Today:                                             G, A, B Lunch C, D

Detention Today;                                                   Romo (C-6)

Tomorrow’s Schedule                                    E, F, G Lunch A, B

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY’S MENU

 

BLACK LINE

Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Cook’s Choice Soup & Sandwich

PIZZA LINE

Chicken Bacon

CARDINAL EXPRESS

Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Fresh Salad

SANDWICHES

Ham & Swiss, Turkey, & Cheese, Salami & Swiss/American

SALADS

Popcorn Chicken, Garden, Fruit w/Yogurt & Granola

SUPPER

Hotdog

SIDES

Veggie Variety, Fruit/Fruit Cocktail, Milk/Chocolate Milk

BREAKFAST TOMORROW

Waffle, Pop Tart, Fruit & Milk

 

 

 

TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Don’t forget to dress up tomorrow (Friday 1/20) for Spirit Week-  Seniors-wear black, Juniors-wear red, Sophomores-wear white, Freshman-wear gray and Staff-wear yellow.

  • Interested in Robotics?! Come join VEX Robotics Club. Meetings are every Thursday at 3:30pm in G-3
  • Chess Club: Are you interested in starting a Chess club?  We will have the first meeting on TODAY at 3:30 in B1. 
  • Library and B-1 Lab closed A & B periods today.
  • Look for Marine recruiter Staff Sgt Zamora as he will on campus to visit with you about a career in the Corps.
  • Cardinal Wrestling take on Paradise in their first WSL match up of the season.  JV tie & Varsity fall short.

 

 

 

This Week in Sports 

Thursday, Jan 19

Frosh Girls & Boys Basketball

vs Paradise

Girls Game                        4:30

Boys Game                        6:00

 

Girls & Boys Soccer

vs Wheatland

Release                              2:00

Games                                3:15

Friday, Jan 20

WINTER HOMECOMING

Basketball vs Paradise

JV Girls/Boys           3:30/5:00

Varsity Girls/Boys   6:00/8:00

Saturday, Jan 21

Wrestling-Drake Invitational

San Francisco

TBA

 

STARs Today 

6:30-7:45

Weightlifting

Weight Room

3-6

Tutorial

Library

3-3:30

Supper

Cafeteria

3-4

Recreation

Cafeteria

3:30-4:30

Chess Club-NEW

B-1

3:30-5

Robotics

G-3

3:30-5

Drum Line

A-1

 

UPCOMING NEWS & EVENTS

 

  • The first of 3 CUHS STARs CPR classes will be held on Monday, January 23rd from 1:45-4:15 in Mrs. Maday’s room I3. There are only 10 spots available.  Sign up with Mrs. Maday.
  • Attention Sophomores come pick up your donuts in H-8, the Leadership Room next Thursday, Jan. 26th from 7:40-8:00am.
  • What’s the plan? Do you dream of owning your own business? Shasta College is hosting the 10th annual Youth Entrepreneurship Program's Business Concepts and Video Elevator Pitch Competition.  This is an opportunity for our students to showcase their creativity and innovative ideas while entering to win seed capital to help start their businesses. For more details visit https://yepsc.jimdo.com or see Mr. Wyman in the Career Center.
  • Cardnivore Club:  Wednesday, January 25th will be our first meating.  To fight off these cold winter days, Coach Nelson will be preparing his famous chili con carne.  You can join us, $20 in the Cardinal Nest and you are an official Cardnivore.
  • Attention Students:  There are two immediate opportunities to participate in a local speech competition.  One is through the local Lions Club organization and the other through the American Legion chapter here in Corning.  The Lions Club speech topic asks, "Is the right to privacy a threat to our national security?" That competition is being held on Monday evening, February 6, 2017 at Hamilton HS.

The American Legion competition asks students to prepare an 8-10 minute speech on some aspect of the U.S. Constitution with emphasis on a citizen's duties and obligations to our government.In addition, contestants must be able to speak on one of four Constitutional amendments.This contest takes place on Thursday, February 2, at Orland HS.Take a risk and step up to the plate to participate in one or both of these competitions.See Mr. Troughton for more details.There are only two weeks until these contests, so get started right away.

  • Tutoring and Homework Help- available in the library daily. 3:30pm – 6pm.
  • DMV Class Sign Ups- DMV classes will be offered January 23rd – February 6th. There are 7 days of class after school and 2 Saturday classes, Students must attend ALL NINE classes to earn their Drivers Ed certificate. Registration forms are in B-1.
  • High School Subjects Lab, aka Night School, will be starting Tuesday January 24 for students that need to make up credits. Please make sure you have your contract signed and turned into your counselor before you start attending. Night School will be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:30 to 7:30.
  • The Winter Formal is coming up on February 18th.  Tickets are now on sale.  With an ASB punch tickets are $5; $7 without punch; $10 at the door.

 

  • From January 23—29, students across the country will be observing National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week SM (NDAFW).  This is a national health observance designed to shatter myths about drugs and drug abuse.  On Wednesday, January 25, there will be a Lunch ‘n Learn in the cafeteria where students can stop by an information table and get free materials, play drug fact trivia, and take the National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge quiz. Ulanda Hinkston from the Tehama County Department of Education and her assistants will be here to provide information to students. 
  • Valentine’s Day is right around the corner!  Do you have a crush? A best friend?  Or just want to show how much you appreciate someone?  Come to the Cardinal Nest and place your balloon order for that special someone.  We will also be selling Valentine’s Day cards and Teddy Bears.
  • Safety Drill:  On Monday, January 23rd, we will be take a few minutes to remind ourselves of the ways we can be ALERTED to danger on campus or INFORMED about potential threats.  ALERT and INFORM are two parts of our procedures for reacting to an active threat at school.  The drill on Monday will be the first in a series of drills over the coming months to help us be more familiar with our ALICE protocols.

 

 

 

 

SENIORS

  • Planning to attend Chico State this Fall? Wildcat scholarships are open from now until February 15. You can access these scholarships through our school website. Just follow the links: Counseling – Scholarships – CSU The California State University - Chico State to their Wildcat Scholarship link.
  • Are your parents or grandparents members of the Elks? Elks Legacy Scholarship expires soon. If you qualify, please apply. The Elks award 15 scholarships of $5,000 each. See Mr. Wyman in the Career Center for details.

 

 

 

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1/18/17

“In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can.”

- Nikos Kazantzakis
 

 

 

 

Schedule Today:                                              B, C, D Lunch E, F

Detention Today;                                                   Romo (C-6)

Tomorrow’s Schedule                                    G, A, B Lunch C, D

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY’S MENU

 

BLACK LINE

Chicken Quesadilla, Chili w/Corn Bread

PIZZA LINE

Combo

CARDINAL EXPRESS

Cheeseburger, Sub Sandwich

SANDWICHES

3-Meat Sub, Chicken Avocado Ciabatta, Turkey Bacon Club

SALADS

Grilled Caesar, Chef, Fruit w/Yogurt & Granola

SUPPER

Taco Bites

SIDES

Veggie Variety, Fruit/Fruit Cocktail, Milk/Chocolate Milk

BREAKFAST TOMORROW

Benefit Bar, Sausage Egg & Cheese Biscuit, Fruit & Milk

 

 

 

 

TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

  • All athletes interested in playing Baseball: Lunch meeting today-JV players meet in Mr. Weston’s room (E-2) and Varsity meet in Mr. Tomlinson’s woodshop (G-2).
  • Mr. Cardinal Candidates will be wearing white T-shirts all day TODAY!  The boys will try to get girls to sign their shirt by talking.  If the girls talks, they sign the shirt.  Whoever has the most signatures, wins Mr. Irresistible!
  • Come to the North Gym today for the Basketball Homecoming Rally to support Boys and Girls Basketball.
  • Don’t forget to dress up tomorrow (Thursday 1/19) for Spirit Week- Crazy Sock and Ugly Sweater Day.
  • The cooking club will meet on Wednesday this week.  Be ready to make some amazing Italian treats.
  • Library closed today during B,C,E & F periods.  B-1 Lab closed B, C & E periods.
  • Varsity boys basketball beat Oroville 64 to 50, JV boys win 39 to 37 in a hard fought win and Frosh lost.
  • Varsity and Frosh Girls basketball win over Oroville, as the JV lost a close game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Week in Sports 

Wednesday, Jan 18

Wrestling

vs Paradise

Start Time                          6:00

Thursday, Jan 19

Frosh Girls & Boys Basketball

vs Paradise

Girls Game                        4:30

Boys Game                        6:00

 

Girls & Boys Soccer

vs Wheatland

Release                              2:00

Games                                3:15

Friday, Jan 20

WINTER HOMECOMING

Basketball vs Paradise

JV Girls/Boys           3:30/5:00

Varsity Girls/Boys   6:00/8:00

Saturday, Jan 21

Wrestling-Drake Invitational

San Francisco

TBA

 

 

 

STARs Today 

6:30-7:45

Weightlifting

Weight Room

3-6

Tutorial

Library

3-3:30

Supper

Cafeteria

3-4

Recreation

Cafeteria

3:30-4:30

Game Club

B-1

3:30-4:30

BLAST

B-1

3:30-5

Cooking

E-4

 

 

 

UPCOMING NEWS & EVENTS

 

  • Don’t forget to dress up for Spirit Week January 17-20.  Wednesday is America Day; Thursday is Crazy Sock and Ugly Sweater Day; Friday is Cardinal Color War! 

Seniors-wear black, Juniors-wear red, Sophomores-wear white, Freshman-wear gray and Staff-wear yellow.

  • No Drama Club this week!
  • The first of 3 CUHS STARs CPR classes will be held on Monday, January 23rd from 1:45-4:15 in Mrs. Maday’s room I3. There are only 10 spots available.  Sign up with Mrs. Maday.
  • Attention Sophomores come pick up your donuts in H-8, the Leadership Room next Thursday, Jan. 26th from 7:40-8:00am.
  • Valentine’s Day is right around the corner!  Do you have a crush? A best friend?  Or just want to show how much you appreciate someone?  Come to the Cardinal Nest and place your balloon order for that special someone.  We will also be selling Valentine’s Day cards and Teddy Bears.
  • CUHS STARs Book Club will be having a book club gathering to discuss What She Left Behind, on Monday, January 30th in Mrs. Maday’s room (I3) at 1:50. Treats provided!
  • What’s the plan? Do you dream of owning your own business? Shasta College is hosting the 10th annual Youth Entrepreneurship Program's Business Concepts and Video Elevator Pitch Competition.  This is an opportunity for our students to showcase their creativity and innovative ideas while entering to win seed capital to help start their businesses. For more details visit https://yepsc.jimdo.com or see Mr. Wyman in the Career Center.
  • Cardnivore Club:  Wednesday, January 25th will be our first meating.  To fight off these cold winter days, Coach Nelson will be preparing his famous chili con carne.  You can join us, $20 in the Cardinal Nest and you are an official Cardnivore.
  • Attention Students:  There are two immediate opportunities to participate in a local speech competition.  One is through the local Lions Club organization and the other through the American Legion chapter here in Corning.  The Lions Club speech topic asks, "Is the right to privacy a threat to our national security?" That competition is being held on Monday evening, February 6, 2017 at Hamilton HS.

The American Legion competition asks students to prepare an 8-10 minute speech on some aspect of the U.S. Constitution with emphasis on a citizen's duties and obligations to our government.In addition, contestants must be able to speak on one of four Constitutional amendments.This contest takes place on Thursday, February 2, at Orland HS.Take a risk and step up to the plate to participate in one or both of these competitions.See Mr. Troughton for more details.There are only three weeks until these contests so get started right away.

 

 

 

SENIORS

  • Planning to attend Chico State this Fall? Wildcat scholarships are open from now until February 15. You can access these scholarships through our school website. Just follow the links: Counseling – Scholarships – CSU The California State University - Chico State to their Wildcat Scholarship link.
  • Time to get back on track. New Scholarships added this week. Many scholarships include vocational/technical training as well as community colleges and four year colleges and universities. Just because you’re not going to college doesn’t mean you can’t get a scholarship to help pay for that valuable post-secondary education.
  • Are your parents or grandparents members of the Elks? Elks Legacy Scholarship expires soon. If you qualify, please apply. The Elks award 15 scholarships of $5,000 each. See Mr. Wyman in the Career Center for details.

 

 

 

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