On Thursday March 21st, CHS hosted the Coaches Against Cancer basketball game to raise money for the families of Bob Davis and Reed Ireland. Both Bob and Reed are affected by cancer. The basketball game and accompanying raffle raised a large amount of money for Bob and Reed.
Below is a picture of Pi in the Sky skylines using the digits of pi for the height of each building.
This illustration was done by the 7th graders for Pi Day.
On Sunday night CHS junior Lauren Cook was announced as the Eastern Maine Sports girls basketball player of the year. Lauren is an extremely talented player who, as a junior, has already scored 1000+ points and has received many other awards. Congratulations to Lauren on this extremely high honor.
On March 14th CHS hosted the annual post secondary fair in the school gym. Colleges, businesses, and military reps visited and students had the opportunity to speak with them and learn about their programs. Students from Woodland and Calais Alternative School also attended the fair. The post secondary fair is a great way for students to learn about possibilities for after high school.
On March 14th CHS junior and star basketball player Lauren Cook was invited to the State House to be recognized for her milestone of scoring 1000 points in three years of high school basketball. This accomplishment of scoring 1000 points as a junior has led to her being selected on the all tournament team, DAC Allstar, PVC first team all star and PVC player of the year. Congratulations to Lauren on her accomplishments.