I’m Hope McGlaughlin, and I’m the new president of the CMS Student Council. To update you on what the student council has been doing for approximately the last two months, we have finished the October bulletin board, made posters for the Halloween Costume Contest the CMS Student Council has arranged, sold RADA, and attended to regular duties, such as sorting empty bottles and counting the money we have made from selling snacks. We are especially looking forward to the CMS Halloween Costume Contest next Wednesday! We also plan on helping spread the word for the Turkey-A-Thon, and organizing the Wreaths for Hope fundraiser in the near future. An idea we’ve had is to maybe hold a competition among the 7th and 8th grade homerooms to see which homeroom can bring in the most canned goods to use at one of our next fundraisers. That’s all for now! (Write up by Hope McGlaughlin)
A reminder that the Addison Coty Memorial TurkeyTrot 5K will be held on Saturday, November 24th at the Robbinston Elementary School. There will be two races; Addy’s Mini Gobblers Fun Run at 9AM, and the TurkeyTrot following at 10AM. Everybody is invited to register. You can register at the Calais High School front office, on the day of the event, or by searching the name of the event at www.localraces.com. If you want to volounteer for the race, contact CHS secretary Jamie Thigpen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are the Royal Readers for October at CES. Congratulations to all the winners! All CES students are encouraged to keep reading.
SCTRC’S Building Trades had a great group of visitors from the Totally Trades workshop held at WCCC Friday. Girls from all over Washington County participated in this all day event. Two groups of 12 girls came to visit SCRTC. Mr. Sluzenski and Mr. James showed the students the shop and each got to build a toolbox to take home as well.
Mrs. Skriletz’s CNA students participated in Calais Regional Hospital’s Health & Wellness Fair at WCCC Wednesday. Several vendors and booths were spread throughout the gym with great information for our students. (SCRTC news by Luke McDonald)
On October 19th, CES held the 2018 Highlighter Dance in the school gymnasium. This event is held every year and is sponsored by the Calais PTO. Those who attended enjoyed the great setup, as well as music by DJ RO. Mrs. Egan’s Culinary Arts class at SCRTC baked cupcakes for the event which were enjoyed by the attendees. Thanks go to all the attendees and to the volunteers who helped make the event a great success.
The CHS volleyball team played the Class C State Championship against Washington Academy at Ellsworth High School today. The Lady Devils fought hard until the end, trying their hardest to bring home a third straight gold ball for Calais. However the Raiders ended up taking the win, leaving the Lady Devils as runner ups. We are all very proud of the Lady Devils who fought so hard this season and played some great volleyball.