Good Morning. Today is Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

 Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance……

    

 

Anyone that is interested in running for an office next year for Student Council please see Mrs. Hains to pick up an election packet.

Pre-physicals will be held in the CHS Training Room Friday, May 3 and Tuesday May 7 from 8:00am-3:00pm.  Pre-physical forms will be placed in the main office.

Any students interested in joining the Color Guard for the 2019 Marching Band season, there will be a mini-camp on April 25th and 26th from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. in the bandroom.  If you are unable to attend, but are interested in being in Color Guard, please speak to Mr. Harvey.

Prom tickets are on sale during lunches.  Tickets are $25 each.

The Cambridge Police Citizens Academy Alumni Group is hosting a "Family Fun Day" at McFarland Stadium on Saturday, May 18th, from 4pm to dusk. They need volunteers to do face painting, manning stations such as handing out cotton candy and popcorn, and helping with clean up after the event.  To sign up, Email amydkissinger@gmail.com 

***Seniors:  Reminder that you must have your 40 hours of community service work completed and turned in by May 10th in order to graduate.

Muskingum University is hosting a M-STEM Girls’ Summer Camp, June 10th - 13th, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Muskingum University.  Camp is free and open to girls in grades 9 - 12 as of August 2019.  Apply chemistry, computer science, engineering and math to eradicate an epidemic!  Predict the spread of the disease.  Develop containers to quarantine the virus.  Engineer antivirals to attack the virus and prepare for mutations.  Register online at muskingum.edu/mstem-camp or pick up an application in the Guidance Office.  Registrations are due by May 13th or as space permits.

Attention Girls:  The Sisterhood ReCoded coding camp is coming back again this year! This is a free coding camp for girls aged 10 through 15 that teaches them how

to create mobile applications that will run on Android or iOS devices. No experience is necessary, we'll teach them everything they need over the week-long camp. This will be our third year running the camp, and past participants have loved it.  The camp is August 5th through 9th this year. You can find more details at https://sisterhood.zone/ and the registration page at https://sisterhood.zone/sisterhood-recoded-camp/

Tux & Stuff is offering a scholarship that is available to any senior that gets their tux from their store.  Applications will be in the store March 23rd through May.  When you go in to rent your tux, you can apply.  See the flyer on the Guidance Office window.

The STEM Makers Club meets every Tuesday after school from 2:45 - 3:45 in Mrs. Theo’s room.

Mindfulness Matters Group meets every Tues & Thurs during Base in Ms. Speer's room.

Summer Community Service Opportunities:  

Volunteers are needed for Safety Town, June 10th through June 14th, 9:30 a.m. to Noon each day.  Applications are available in the office.

Cambridge Main Street is looking for high school students to help with a Day of Enchantment Event being hosted downtown on June 8th from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.   Please contact Katie Warne by phone, text or email:  740-995-3539 or kwarne@wesbanco.com

Hospice of Guernsey needs volunteers to do face painting at their annual “Touch a Truck” event at Deerassic Park on June 8th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  If you would like to participate, please call 740-432-7440.  

Seniors:  If you still need to purchase your cap, gown & tassel, there are some extras available to purchase in the Guidance Office.  The cost is $55 -- cash only.  Please see Mrs. Reed.

Anyone interested in wrestling next year, there is lifting Mondays and Wednesdays right after school.  Also, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, there will be open mats from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.  

The Cat Closet is open daily during base in room A107.  It provides gently used clothing, food items & personal hygiene items to all CHS students.

 

 SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

The Dwight L. Dray Service Above Self Scholarship due to Guidance by April 23rd.

The Charlie Fondale Girls Track & Field Scholarship, due to Guidance by April 23rd.

The Cambridge Athletic Boosters Scholarship, due to Guidance by April 23rd.

The Betty Wycoff Hartley and Randall D. Hartley Memorial Scholarship, due to Guidance by May 31st.

The Class of 1957 Scholarship, due to Guidance by April 17th.

The Isaac & Carey Esper Scholarship (Football), due to Guidance by April 17th.

The Scott Harper Bennett Memorial Scholarship, due to Guidance by April 15th.

The CHS Class of 1963 Scholarship, due to Guidance by April 17th.

The ECOL Scholar Athlete Scholarship- Due to Guidance by April 17th.

The Mike Rowe Trade School Scholarship -- the link is in your email.

The John R. Shafer Scholarship, due to Guidance by April 17th.

TransCanada Scholarship Program.  Apply on-line.  Check your email for information.

The Clarence and Wanda Morrison Scholarship, due May 1st.

Dash 4 Stash John Stashonsky Scholarship- due May 1st.

The Paul Sayanek Scholarship through the Guernsey County Foundation, due by April 30th to the sponsor.

 

The Dr. Robbie Cravenor Memorial Scholarship, Due to the sponsor by April 1st.

The Ashlie Lingafelter Scholarship, due by April 22nd.

Tux & Stuff is presenting a scholarship this is available for application by any senior that gets their tux from their store.  Applications will be in the store March 23rd through May.  When you go in to rent your tux, you can apply.  See the flyer on the Guidance office window.

The OVAC Huntington Bank “Doing the Right Thing” Scholarship, Due by April 1st.

The Deerassic Park Scholarship, Due by May 17th.

The Big Brothers/Big Sisters “Big Buddies” Scholarship, Due April 30th.

The Mended Hearts Allied Health Professional Scholarship, In Honor of Gene L. McDonald, Due July 1st.

The Elks Lodge #448 Scholarship,  Due April 1st.

The Guernsey Co. Lions Club Scholarship, Due April 26th.

The Doug Steele Memorial Scholarship, Due by 2:45 pm on March 27th to our office.  

The CEA Scholarship, Due to Guidance by March 8th.

The William Squires Scholarship, Due April 5th.

The Farm Bureau Scholarship (Parent/Guardian must be a current paid member of the Guernsey Co. Farm Bureau),  Due by March 25th.

The Cambridge Kiwanis Club Scholarship, due March 15th.

The Roberta Gray Douglas Scholarship, Due March 29th to Mr. Gray in the counseling office.

The Republican Club Scholarship, Due April 30th to email address on application.

The David V. Stivison, Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development Scholarship, Due April 1st.

The Agnew Scholarship, Due March 22nd.

The Professional Women’s Scholarship, Due March 31st. 

The Guernsey County Township Association Scholarship, Due April 1st.  

The Dean Orthodontics Scholarship, Due April 26th.

The John Wells Scholarship (needs a letter of recommendation from Softball Coach), Due April 15th.

The Myron Fishel Scholarship,  Due March 15th.

The Chris Caples Scholarship, Due April 5th.

The John and Blanche Mussio Scholarship - for anyone attending Franciscan University of Steubenville, Due April 2nd.

The Retired Teacher Assoc. Scholarship - for all students pursuing a teaching degree, Due March 22nd. 

The 2019 Guernsey County Township Association Scholarships - Due April 1st.

Head Start Scholarship -- Open to any student who attended GMN Head Start.  Copies available in our office.  Due March 1st.

The Charles L. Warren Memorial Heritage Scholarship, Due January 21st.

The EFO Engineering Scholarship  - Due Jan. 15th.

The Ohio Association of Public School Employees Scholarship was emailed to you.  Due March 1st.

The Masons Lodge scholarship was emailed to you.  Due March 1st.

The William D. Squires Educational Foundation Scholarship was emailed to you.  Due April 5th.

The application for the 2019 Dollars for Scholars Scholarship (Guernsey County Education Assistance Grant Fund) was emailed to you.  There are also paper copies available in our office.  Submission directions are on the application and indicate the application is to be mailed to the address listed on the application or dropped off in person to the OVESC (Ohio Valley Educational Service Center).  Due June 1st.

Attention Seniors who plan to pursue a degree in Engineering, see the email from Mrs. Tuttle for information about the Engineers Foundation of Ohio scholarship program.  Due Jan. 15th.

The scholarship application for this year's Guernsey Noble Safety Council Scholarship has been emailed to you.  Paper copies are available in the counseling office. Due Feb 1st.  

The AAA School Safety Patrol $1,000 Grant is available.  Paper applications are available in the Guidance Office.  The application is due by February 22nd to the sponsor.

Guernsey-Muskingum Electric Co-op Children of Members Scholarship- Due Feb. 1st  Paper copies will be made available in the Counseling Office.

*Please note the directions for how to submit the application are on the form- the application is submitted by you directly to the sponsor, we do not collect it in our office.

Guernsey-Muskingum Electric Touchstone Energy Achievement  Scholarship- Due Feb. 1st.  Paper copies will be made available in the Counseling Office.

*Please note the directions for how to submit the application are on the form- the application is submitted by you directly to the sponsor, we do not collect it in our office.

The Shelly Company Scholarship is now available and due by April 1st.  Minimum GPA 3.0.  This has been sent to your email and paper copies are available in the Guidance Office.

The Guernsey County OSU Alumni Club Scholarship- for students who have applied to OSU.  The application closes February 15th -- see message that was sent to your school email with link to online application form.

Paper copies of the 19 Cambridge City Schools Managed Scholarships are available in the Counseling Office. These were also emailed to you and are available in the Class of 2019 Google Classroom.  Note that each has a due date of March 1st.

Community Service Opportunities:

 The Cambridge Police Citizens Academy Alumni Group is hosting a "Family Fun Day" at McFarland Stadium on Saturday, May 18th, from 4pm to dusk. They need volunteers to do face painting, manning stations such as handing out cotton candy and popcorn, and helping with clean up after the event.  To sign up, email amydkissinger@gmail.com 

Volunteers are needed for Safety Town, June 10th through June 14th, 9:30 a.m. to Noon each day.  Applications are available in the office.

Cambridge Main Street is looking for high school students to help with a Day of Enchantment Event being hosted downtown on June 8th from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  Volunteers are needed for dressing up in costumes, registration table, as well as set up and tear down.  If you are interested, please contact Katie Warne by phone, text or email:  740-995-3539 or kwarne@wesbanco.com

Hospice of Guernsey needs volunteers to do face painting at their annual “Touch a Truck” event at Deerassic Park on June 8th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  If you would like to participate, please call 740-432-7440.  All supplies are provided and lunch will be available.

Cambridge Place, an assisted living facility close to CHS, is in need of volunteers.  Contact Patty at 740-255-5005 for more details.

Students, are you over the age of 18 and in need of community service hours? The Area Agency on Aging can help!  Call Tiffiny at 740-435-4720 for more information today (see the flier on Guidance window).

The Area Agency of Aging would like volunteers to help with the elderly. They have great opportunities to see the work-force of nurses, as well as helping out those in need. Also, if you are 18 years or older, you can help with the Victims of Crime Assistance. If you need more information, come to guidance.

The Guernsey County Dog Shelter is always in need of volunteers to help walk the dogs, clean crates, feed the dogs, etc.  They are located at 62824 Bennett Ave, Cambridge.

 

The local nursing homes are always in need of volunteers.  Just visit the nursing home’s front desk and let them know you are interested in volunteering.

 

The Department of Veterans Affairs is always in need of volunteers.  They are located at 2146 Southgate Parkway, Cambridge.  You can contact Julie Higgins at 1-800-358-8262  x1308 for more information.

 

Breaking Free Therapeutic Riding Center in Norwich welcomes volunteers to help with prepping horses, side walking with students, helping with activities and barn chores.  See the poster in the Guidance Office window.   www.breakingfreeriding.org