The CMS Calendar Raffle winners are still being picked. The winner for April 2nd was Dan Merryfield. The winner for April 3rd was Errol Trafton who won the Trade Winds cornhole game. The winner for April 4th was Wendy Johnson who won Red Sox tickets, and the winner for April 5th was Josh Seavy who won the Blue Devil Swag. Congratulations to all the winners.
On March 29, CMHS hosted the Post Secondary Fair. Representatives from colleges, military branches, and businesses informed students about the various opportunities after high school. Students from Woodland and Shead high schools also attended.
On March 28, students from CHS took a tour of the Calais Regional Hospital. On this tour the students learned about the career opportunities at CRH and saw the hospital staff in action. Special thanks go to CRH for hosting the tour. A tour of Woodland Pulp, LLC. will be next in line. If you would like to attend sign up in the front office.
On March 27, the CHS JMG participated in the Career Development Conference at Thomas College. 14 students participated in total. Junior Maddy Hayward came in 2nd in College Admission Skills, Addison Coty and Jayda Pellerin placed 3rd in Online Employment Applications, Amanda 0’Brien and Jayda Pellerin won first in KnowItAll, and Faith Tirrell and Abby Condon came in first in Communications. Excellent job to all competitors.
On March 26, if you were to come to the Calais McDonald’s between 4 and 6PM, you would be delighted to find several teachers from CHS preparing and serving your meal. This event was held to raise money for the sophomore class. Mrs. Spearin, Mrs. Ellis, Mrs Scott, and Mrs Proulx were also teachers who participated.
Starting April 1st, the 8th grade will be doing a calendar raffle to raise money for their annual class trip. Every day of the month there will be a winner and that winner will receive something listed on the calendar. The winner of the April 1st prize calendar drawing is Shirley Ray Coburn. She wins the Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Basket, donated by Olde Boston Shoe Store.
There is always a need for kind gestures in school, and the CHS National Honor Society made a very big one this Friday morning. The NHS left sticky notes on homeroom doors throughout the school. Each note was addressed to a different student, and on the note was a compliment about the student. Every student received a note. This was a very creative and charming operation, and bravo to the National Honor Society for pulling it off.