COLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
DAILY BULLETIN
TUESDAY MAY 3, 2022 – Garden Meditation Day
GENERAL INFORMATION

  • The Counseling Office will be assisting students with requests for next year classes beginning tomorrow.  Please make sure you have your school issued laptop on your enrollment date.  Juniors:  Wednesday, May 4th.  Sophomores:  Thursday, May 5th and Freshmen:  Friday, May 6th.  You will be logging into your Skyward account so make sure you know your personal login information.
  • Next year, in addition to the original Leadership class, we will be offering an advanced Leadership class!   These courses will give students the opportunity to generate and implement projects and learn from others what a leader looks like.   Advanced Leadership requires students to have maintained a 3.0 GPA, be a junior or senior who has two semesters of leadership experience, and approval by Mrs. Ressa. If you are interested in being involved in activities at CHS and around our district, sign up for Leadership!
  • Are you interested in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant?  Will you be a junior or a senior next year?  You can now become a CNA as a Colville High School student.  If you are interested in this new program, see your counselor or Mr. Purvis for more information, or simply sign up for the Certified Nursing Assistant class when registering for next year.
  • Please congratulate the Colville FFA forestry team Zak Guatney, Isaiah Porter-Mills, Ava McLeod, Luxy Larsen and Payton Emra.  They placed 2nd at the state forestry contest in Olympia There were 18 teams from all across the state.  There were approximately 88 competitors. Individually Luxy Larson placed 7th and Zak Guatney placed 5th. Go FFA–
  • Hey CHS, want to get better at communicating visually? Take a Drawing Class with Del. Want to have a creative break in your day? Take an Art Class with Del. Seeking a hands-on change of pace? Take Printmaking Class with Del. Curious about the world of art and history? Take Advanced Placement Art History with Del. Class registration is coming soon, sign up for a change of pace. Take a class with Del.
  • Key Club is hosting a Blood Drive — Donate blood tomorrow and be tested for COVID-19 antibodies and you may be able to help a COVID-19 patient. Scan the QR code on the posters or see Mrs. Nielsen to make an appointment. If you are 16 or 17, get a parent permission form online, in the office, or from Nielsen.
  • Stevens County Public Works is seeking applicants for summer work. Must be 18 and able to work 10 hour days. Duties to include flagging, mowing of road shoulders, and general assistance to the roads crews. $18 per hour. Pick up applications at the Public Works office on Hawthorne.
  • Colmac is looking for Summer Hires to do production work and assembly line work. Contact Kathy Wren at 685-5085 if interested.
  • The DNR is still looking for Wildland FireFighters.  Applications are available in the Counseling Office.   This is a summer job for 18 year olds.

MEETINGS/CLUBS

  • The Library will be closed at lunch today for an ASB Executive Board meeting.
  • Hofstetter Students Visit Floriculture Class 3rd Period

SPORTS/ACTIVITIES

  • Seniors draw countries for IES @ 7:30am
  • Baseball @ Freeman at 4:30 (Ex 12:35, Dep. 12:45)
  • JV Baseball vs Chewelah (DH) at 4:00/6:00
  • Softball vs Freeman at 4:30/6:00

PLEASE STAND FOR THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

STAFF/OTHER

  • Leadership meeting 7 am
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