Daily Bulletin

Concord High School Bulletin for Friday, April 28, 2017

ABC Training & Testing Driver Education

Classes starting Wednesday, April 19th for Segment II have been moved to next week on Monday (24th), Tuesday (25th), & Wednesday (26) from 6-8pm. Please call ABC if you have any questions.

Spring Segment 1 parent meeting will be May 10th from 6-8pm in the HS cafeteria, first class starts May 15th.

Spring Segement 2 classes will begin April 19th, 24th, & 26 from 6-8pm.

You must call ABC to sign-up and register for class, if classes aren't filled they will be canceled and rescheduled at a later date.

Flyers for both Winter & Spring segments are in the office.


Michigan Youth Leadership Training Camp

MIYLT is a camp designed for 9th-12th grade youth to become impactfull leaders in their school and communities. This camp is sponsored by State Farm.

Date: June 25th-30th 2017
Location: Camp Tuhsmeheta, Greenville MI
Cost: $20 per camper, scholarships are available
Registration deadline is May 1, 2017

Flyers are available in the office.


Keepsake Quilt

Class of 2017, congratulations on your upcoming Graduation! There is no better way to take your memories, accomplishments and achievements with you than a custom made, one-of-a-kind, keepsake quilt. Using your favorite shirts from athletics, projects, performances, trips, clubs, etc. you can create a custom personalized quilt.

There are filers in the office or for more information you can contact Ginny Trumble at 517-227-2990.


Prom Details

The class of 2018 is hosting A Night To Remember "THE OSCARS" Saturday, May 6th at the Opera House from 8pm - 12pm.

The cost is $20 per person or $30 a couple. Juniors will be selling tickets during lunch Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Guest invited to Prom that don't attend CHS needs to be signed up on the Guest sheet by Tuesday, May 2nd.

There are President Tuxedo coupons for $50 off Prom Tuxedo rental in the office.


3-3 Basketball Tourney

Jonesville is hosting 3 on 3 basketball tournament May 19th & May 21. See Mr. Lehman for more information.


Sport Schedule

Concord Sports Schedule—Week of May 1st

Monday, May 1st JV BB/SB vs. Michigan Center (DH) 4:00 PM--HOME

Tuesday, May 2nd
JV Baseball vs. Athens (DH) 4:00 PM—HOME
JV Softball vs. Quincy (DH) 4:00 PM—HOME
Varsity BB/SB at Athens (DH) 4:00 PM
MS Track at Jonesville 4:30 PM
Boys Golf at Springport Jamboree (Duck Lake GC) 4:00 PM

Wednesday, May 3rd
HS Track @Springport/Athens 4:30 PM

Thursday, May 4th
Varsity BB/SB vs. Leslie (DH) 4:00 PM—HOME
JV BB/SB at Leslie (DH) 4:00 PM

Friday, May 5th
HS Track at Stockbridge Invite 3:00 PM
Boys Golf at Western Invite (Arbor Hills GC) 9:00 AM

​Go Jackets!​


Seniors

Senior and baby photos are due by May 1st!

Please sign-up for walking partners in the office by Friday, April 28th. Yearbook order form is due by June 1st!

Be sure to turn in your Baccalaureate form for planning by May 1st into the office.

Check your school emails in order to vote for the Best Laugh, Most Country and many more for the Senior Mock elections. The form needs to be filled out by May 5th and can only be filled out once.


Pasta for Pennies

Final results for Pasta for Pennies

Last place = Mr. Pughsley
11th = Mrs. Colangelo
10th = Mr. Clark
9th = Mrs. Felix
8th = Mrs. Fifield
7th = Mrs. O-K
6th = Ms. Tinney
5th = Mr. Reiniche
4th = Mr. Cory
3rd = Mr. Couling
2nd = Mrs. Couling
1st = Mrs. Krenz

Mrs. Krenz and Mrs. Couling's classes have earned a lunch courtesy of Olive Garden. Great job to all on a successful year!


Volunteer Services

Henry Ford Allegiance Health is offering volunteer services for anyone needing volunteer hours or interested in the health field. The Summer Youth Program has limited spaces so please apply ASAP.

Applications are in the office.


Job Employment

Cart Boy needed at Burr Oak Golf Course. If interested call, 517-531-4741


Student Email

Students please remember to check your school GOOGLE EMAIL for morning announcements and other pertinent information. Mr. Couling is sending Senior information and other class info, please check email daily.


Cafeteria News

May 1st is the last day for students to charge a meal. In the event a student does not have money an alternative meal will be provided at no charge.


College Visit

Saginaw Valley will be here Friday for any Juniors that would like to talk with them. Please sign up out side Mrs. Miller's room. 10:00 a.m.


Blood Drive

Next Tuesday, May 2 is our final blood drive of the year.

If you wish to donate, please see Daniel Mikovits, Tyler Bretes, Josie Williams,or CarolAnn Brigham to sign up. Remember to eat and drink healthy for the next week.

If you are 16, you will need a parent permission slip. Thank you.


Hat Day

The Junior class is hosting a Hat Day fundraiser this Friday! Pay $1 Friday morning in cafeteria to wear a hat. If your $1 isn't paid and your name isn't on the list you won't be able to wear a hat.


Storyfest Workshop

Jackson District Library presents the Jackson Storyfest Workshop featuring Christopher Agostino on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

Explore new techniques to enhance your telling with visual arts, objects, movement, and other theatrical elements. Please call the Jackson District Library to save your spot.


Softball Results

Last night the Varsity softball team played Hanover Horton at home. The team lost both games but was not for the lack of effort.

Game one was 14-4 and game two went into 8 innings with the final score 7-8. Dishaw, DeForest, and Wirebaugh collected multiple hits for CHS. Wirebaugh went two for two with 3 RBI's. Ward, Mosher, Dishaw, DeForest, and Weeks had multiple hits in game two. Dishaw and Ward had two RBI's a piece. Ward had her third home-run of the season.

JV Softball defeated Hanover-Horton 12-7 in game 1 and lost 21-7 in game two. Mizuki Oshita had her first base hit of the season, Alyssa Allen had a double, and Amber Korman had two doubles.


Concord Classic

As a part of Concord Classic Weekend, we are organizing the first annual "Concord's Got Talent" on Saturday, June 24th from 3:00 PM until 5:00 PM. The entry fee is $10 and we're looking for musicians, singers, dancer, comedians, or any other talent. All acts must be kid friendly with no explicit music or language.


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