If you are a rising sophomore through senior and have considered running for a class office position next school year, now’s the time to listen. If you would like to serve the upper school and your peers as a class officer in 2013-2014 helping plan your class’s homecoming room, chapel, etc., please see your class sponsor to pick up a “Petitions for Candidacy” packet. This completed packet must be returned to your respective class sponsor by Monday, April 8, so don't delay!!
Attention all 9-11 grade students: This is the last week to sign-up to go to Toronto, Canada with Mr. Cummings this summer. If you are interested please see him this week for the details and sign-up ASAP.
Happy Birthday to:
Today’s Lunch Menu:
Pasta e Fagioli (Italian bean, vegetable and pasta soup)
Raspberry Balsamic Chicken
Spaghetti with tomato Sauce
Oven Roasted Green Beans
The Spanish Conversation tables are cancelled this week.
The Charlotte Christian School nurses will be offering CPR/AED training this Thursday, from 3:30 - 6:30 pm in the Warner Field House for any interested upper school students. Certification is through the American Heart Association and is valid for 2 years. The cost is $35. Come to the Health Room to sign up.
Today’s Athletic Events:
2 pm V Golf at Cedarwood; please dismiss team at 1 pm
4 pm V Tennis at Home against Gaston Day; please dismiss team at 2:50
5:45 V Lacrosse Away at Latin
And now here’s your word of the day!
Do you know what disconsolate means?
Disconsolate is an adjective.
Disconsolate means hopelessly unhappy.
Here is an example: The campers were disconsolate when they discovered bears had destroyed their tent.
How will you use disconsolate today?