The Daily Bulletin
Date: Friday, February 23, 2018
- Viking Store Hours
412 208-3498 is school store DIRECT NUMBER to leave a message. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
The store regular hours 7:30 to 8:00 am and 2:30 to 3:00 pm when school is open.
Thursday, March 14, 7:00 to 8:00 pm
March 22-24 before Masque performances through intermissions
You can also send an e-mail or leave a voice mail message if you need to make arrangements to meet at a convenient time.
- Basketball Tickets for Saturday’s Quarter Final
Tickets for Saturday’s Quarter-final basketball playoff game against Penn Hills will be on sale in school tomorrow during all lunch periods.
Game time is 12 noon and the game will take place at Canon McMillan High School.
If you have any questions see Coach Chuck Crummie.
Pre sale tickets are $5 for students and $7 for adults.
All tickets sold at Cannon McMIllan will be $7.
- AP EXAMS:
AP Exams will be held May 7 to May 18. All students who are enrolled in an AP course are required to take this exam. Letters were mailed to the parents of these students on Thursday, February 1, 2018. The College Board fee for each exam is $94.00. Please make sure you submit your fee for the exam to the Academic Affairs Office in the STEM Building and must be received no later than March 9th. Payment is due in the form of a check made payable to Central Catholic High School. Tests must be ordered as soon as possible after this date as to not incur any late fees. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Corletti or Mr. Ciaramella in the Academic Affairs Office in the STEM Building.
- Science Bowl at CCAC
Good Luck to science Bowl team as they compete in the regionals this Saturday at CCAC. Science bowl team consists of Sam Patton, Chris Samek, John Price, Zeke Stuart. Any student who is strong in Science subjects and is interested in joining science bowl club should see Mrs. Ranade.
- Hometown High Q
Congratulations to Hometown High Q quiz Team on their win over Moon Area High School and Thomas Jefferson High school. They earned a score of 505 by getting 25 bonus points for answering all 8 questions right in one packet. Team consisted of Simon Sweeney, Zeke Stuart and Xander Nese. Watch the show this Saturday at 11:30 am on KDKA TV channel. Contact Mrs. Ranade to join the quiz bowl club and be on TV!
- Tennis Meeting
There will be a mandatory meeting for those interested in playing tennis this year in Room 111, on Friday at 2:45pm. Please see Mr. Allen if you cannot make it.
- All Star Code
All Star Code is offering a free six week program designed to give high school boys the access and exposure they need to become successful tech entrepreneurs. Through real-world experiences at top tech companies, and hands-on, project-based learning, Must be a current sophomore or junior to qualify. Visit allstarcodeorg.github.io/ for more information.
- ALCOSAN STEM
The ALCOSAN Clean Water Academy (STEM) enrichment program is accepting applications for students in grades 9-12. This opportunity will allow you to gain exposure to STEM related areas as they pertain to wastewater treatment. The program runs July 9-13 from 9am-3pm and is offered at no cost (transportation included). You must have a current GPA of 2.5 or higher to qualify. Please turn in all application materials to your assigned counselor by June 1, 2018.
Sophomores & Juniors: applications for PFEW (Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week) are due to your assigned counselor by Tuesday February 20th. Extra applications are available in the counseling office. Visit www.pfew.org for more information.
- Ultimate Frisbee Team Spring Season
The Ultimate Frisbee Team will hold a meeting for new members interested in joining for the upcoming Spring season after school on Monday, March 5th in Room 304. Newcomers of all experience levels are welcome. Please contact Mr. Thomas with any questions.
- Pitt Summer Sessions
The University of Pittsburgh's Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences and College of General Studies invite academically motivated juniors and seniors to take part in their summer sessions where you can take college level courses and earn college credit. There are hundreds of courses to choose from and can help you gain an edge in the college admissions process. There are flexible day and evening options and sessions run 4, 6, or 12 weeks. Visit www.summer.pitt.edu to find out more about choosing courses and applying for admission.
- Interested in Service Academies? Summer Program applications opening soon!
Are you interested in applying to West Point, the Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, or Coast Guard Academy? If so, consider applying for summer programs offered by the academies. See the Counseling Department's website for more info, or see your counselor!
February Service Opportunities
February 24th PA Lutheran Center for the Blind 3:30-7PM
February 27th - St. Raphael’s, Morningside, PA 2:30-4:30PM
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