Daily Bulletin

Carrabec High School Bulletin for May 12, 2021


     
   Today is a Green Day!

   Congratulations to the Class of 2021 Top Ten:  Jasmyne Coombs, Andrew Davis, Ethan Johnson, Chantelle LaCroix, Elizabeth Manzer, Autumn Morrill, Mikayla Oliver, Sarah Olson, Courtney Peabody and Anastasia Quimby!


   This week in Sports:  Wednesday, May 12 - Two Tennis Matches at Madison - 1st one at 3:00 - bus will leave at 2:15 and Softball game @Mt. Valley at 4:00 - bus will leave at 1:30; Friday, May 14 - Softball game @Buckfield at 4:00 - bus will leave at 1:30 and Baseball game @HOME vs. Buckfield at 4:00!  GO COBRAS!!!!!
 

   Congratulations to the track team for a great performance on May 6!  Special shout out to Sacha Evans for placing 3rd in the 300 meter hurdles, Kayliy Folco for placing 4th in the 300 meter hurdles and 4th in long jump, Cheyenne Cahill for placing 1st in the discus, 2nd in javelin, and 1st in shot put, Aliyah Hupper for placing 2nd in discus and 2nd in shot put, and Andrew Davis for placing 4th in long jump!   Great job!!!

   Congratulations to Anastasia Quimby for being chosen as May's Student of the Month! 


   We have tutoring!!!  Any student who would like extra help once a week, please let Mrs. Conway know.  Tutors can help students understand content, study for tests and quizzes, and stay on track.  Students who are failing may be required to have tutoring once a week!



   
    Cohort 1 students come to school on green days and Cohort 2 students come to school on white days.  Also, school days are all day - dismissal being at 2:25 p.m.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school at 635-2296.


        As a reminder, the way we are offering meals to children is a bit different this year. Meals are offered to students in school, at home working remotely or those students working in a hybrid combination of these models.  

        The complimentary meals, free of charge to all families, are being offered as part of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) emergency meal program - a response to the pandemic.  The emergency meal program ensures compliance with the required law of offering meals on educational days but has more flexibilities than the federal School Lunch Program.  Such flexibilities, in the form of USDA waivers, have enabled more and more children to receive free, healthy meals during this time of challenge.

        Under this emergency program we are allowed to serve one FREE breakfast and one FREE lunch daily to anyone age 0 to 18.

        To request information about the emergency meal program or inquire about receiving free meals, please contact the Food Service Director’s Office at 635-2727 x5.

  
     

                    
    
   

   
   

   


   
   
   
   
  
   

   
   

   

 

 

 
 

 
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