Voluntary device take up begins on May 11th; mandatory take up for Camden High is May 14th and 15th.
Items to be returned: The ElitePad in the productivity jacket (keyboard) and the two part charger. Students will be charged for failing to return all items.
The One Book, Everyone Reads book is VIRALS, by authors Kathy Reichs and Brendan Reichs. Kathy Reichs is the executive producer of the Bones television series. Her son Brendan Reichs is the co-author of the young adult VIRALS series.
Learn more about VIRALS by viewing this clip of Kathy Reichs describing the book VIRALS and other books in the series.
The Camden High Library staff has designed an incentive program to reward students who choose to read other books in the series.
There will be a Key Club meeting on Tuesday to elect officers for next year and for any prospective members.Key Club is the largest school service club in America and membership in the club looks very good on a college application. Meetings are in Coach Speaks' room 507.
Attention students who are planning on taking AP US History next year: If you did not receive information for next year you must attend the mandatory meeting during SSR on Tuesday in the Library. Again, this meeting is mandatory to attend. This information is crucial to your understandings of the expectations of the class. This announcement is especially important to students who were not in Mrs. Jeffcoat’s Honors World History classes this semester.
There will be a brief meeting in the gym after school on Wednesday, May 27 for any student interested in boys varsity basketball summer league.
Varsity cheerleaders have a mandatory fitting and meeting today (Friday) at 3:30 in the gym.
Seniors need to turn their locks in to Mrs. Wood by today or they will be put on the indebted list.
The word of the day is unequivocal which means leaving no doubt; unambiguous. The sentence of the day was written by Sergio Johnson, a member of the SAT Verbal team. Sergio wrote, “Louise’s opinions were unequivocal when speaking about the suspect’s guilt, who was once a convicted felon.”
STUDENTS OF THE MONTH:
Freshman: Whitley Kahler
Sophomore: Samuel Kelly
Junior: Makaila Allen
Senior: Hagan Williams