CHS senior Caden Williams has recently been accepted to the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Caden has been a major contributor to the CHS student body, wrestling and playing baseball, and serving on student council during his time at school. Caden will be greatly missed at CHS when he leaves for college and we wish him the best in his future.
A reminder that the CHS drama club will be performing “The Internet is a Distract-Oh Look A Kitten!” on Friday May 25th at 6:30PM. The performance will take place in the CHS cafetorium and admission and baked goods are by donation.
On Tuesday May 22nd, the honors assembly for the CHS seniors was held. This assembly honors the top 7 students in the senior class. Each student had a specific teacher/faculty member to speak on their behalf. (Pictured above are the seniors with the faculty members who spoke for them. From left to right: Kylie Donovan & Greg Smith, Haley Donovan & Chris Johnson, Nathan Smith & Alice Wilkinson, Amanda O’Brien & Lori Ellis, Andrew McLellan & Stephanie Griffin, Kendra Parks & Jamie Thigpen, and Prue Maxwell & Toby Cole.)
On Friday May 18th, the CHS senior class went on their annual class trip. They went to Six Flags and spent 12 hours at the theme park before coming home. The class trip is a pinnacle event for the senior class and it was enjoyed by all.
This morning Kati Grass’ business class hosted a lemonade stand in their classroom at CHS. Several different students made several different batches of lemonade and sold them along with snacks. Students at CHS were able to purchase the goods with tickets they were given. This project was a great way for students to learn about entrepreneurship and selling consumer goods. (Pictured left is the crowd that gathered in Ms. Grass’ class to buy lemonade.)
The CHS boys and girls tennis singles played in the Regional Singles Tournament in Bangor last Saturday. Girls 1st and 2nd singles players Haley Donovan and Cecilia Foccardi played and qualified for states. Congratulations to the girls. (Pictured left are Haley and Cecilia with CHS Tennis coach Bill Greenlaw.)
CHS senior Cody Pellerin has recently enlisted in the US Marine Corps. His goal is to become part of the infantry. Students who join the military show great courage and make our school proud. Cody will do well in his military future.