LEARNING TODAY… LEADING TOMORROW

 

Daily Knight News – Castle High School

February 23, 2017

 

The 2016 – 2017 SCHOOL YEAR: Morning ECA

 

Word of the Day:           Luddite (noun) - A person opposed to increased industrialization or new technology, and is often someone who is incompetent when using new technology.

 

 

Anyone interested in going to Ireland, Scotland and England this summer has until April 5 to enroll.  Information about the trip can be found at http://www.eftours.com/tour-website/1776443MY or you can e-mail egarrett@warrick.k12.in.us.

Give the gift of life by donating blood! Business Professionals of America is hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, February 28, from 3-7 pm in the Community Room at Castle High School.  Visit redcrossblood.org and enter: Castle Knights to schedule an appointment.  Walk-ins are also welcome. You must be 16 years old with parental consent form signed to donate.  If you are over the age of 17 you do not need a parental consent form signed.

 

 

Warrick County Summer Musical: This year the WPEF/WCSC will present the musical Big Fish July 20-23. There are numerous opportunities for students currently in grades 8-12 to participate in the cast, crew, and orchestra. All students interested in cast, crew, or orchestras must complete the online application and a parent must complete the Authorization Form by the April 10th deadline. Anyone planning to audition for the cast must participate in the acting, vocal and dance audition portions.  All materials and application information is available at warrickmusical.org. 

SPRING PLAY and ONE ACTS TICKETS: Tickets for the spring play These Shining Lives will go on sale Monday, February 27th and will be available for purchase in room 143. The One Acts will be presented one night only on  Wednesday, March 8th at 7:00. All tickets are $8 and are general admission.  The spring play will be presented on Thursday, March 9-Saturday, March 11 at 7:00. Tickets are $8 for students and $10 for adults. Tickets will go fast since we only sell 160 for each night so be sure to stop by Mr. Antey's room 143 and get them early!

 

 Clubs:
Give Back Night at Dairy Queen Newburgh for the Castle Robotics Team.

Wed. March 1, 4-9p

 

 Athletics:

Start forming your teams for intramural dodgeball. Pick up forms, rosters, concussion forms and rules outside of room 211. Rosters and fees ($50.- per team or $5.- per person) are due at the captain's meeting immediately after school  on Thursday 2-23 in room 211. Dates are: 2-27, 3-6, 3-13, 3-20 and 3-22 in the south gym from 7:00-9:00.

Weights and open mats will begin next Tuesday Feb. 28 and Thursday March 2 right after school. Dress in wrestling locker room.

 

Academics:

ACT Registration

Register to take the April 8 ACT test at www.actstudent.org/start by March 3. The fee for the ACT including writing (this is generally recommended) is $58.50. If you choose to take the no writing version of the test, the cost is $42.50.  This test is offered at Castle HS.

An admission counselor from Kentucky Wesleyan will be here on Thursday during ECA in room 157.  Make sure your homeroom teacher is aware if you plan to attend.  Be prompt. 

Wanted!!!!  Good students to tutor elementary kids after school Monday thru Thursday.  If you are interested in doing this, come to the Guidance Office to pick up information.

Job Opportunities

Deaconess Hospital is accepting applications for their Junior Volunteer Program.  They will accept 10 new volunteers at the Main Campus and 5 at Gateway.  Students accepted into the program will commit to volunteer one eight-hour day per week during the months of June and July.  Shifts will consist of two and one-half hour rotations in a nursing unit, Sterile Supply Processing, and the Gift Shop each day.  Applications are available in the guidance office and must be submitted by March 10.

Pizza Chef Restaurant & Pub of Newbugh
Looking for part time waitress/waiter
25-30 per week evenings/weekends
18 or older apply at 4938 HWY 261
Any questions call
812-853-3338 ask for Elishia or Cary

 

The teen department at the library utilizes teen volunteers in grades eight through twelve during our summer reading program. Volunteer duties range from helping out during programs and events to taking apart and counting LEGO kits. There are lots of tasks and we try to match the teen to a job they enjoy doing. We are having two informational orientation sessions scheduled in the Teen Activity Room of the Bell Road Library on Sunday, March 12 at 2:00 or Monday, March 13 at 6:00. Orientation should last about an hour and teens only have to attend one session. They do not need to sign up for the orientation in advance. If they attended a session last year they don't need to attend.