Friday, April 28, 2017



CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS
04/28/17


Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Friday, April 28.



All Seniors and Juniors.  Friday, May 5th, Washtenaw Community College will be hosting a guided tour of their campus. We will also view various programs, view a power point presentation by admission officers, have a question and answer session and be served lunch. If you have an interest in exploring WCC as a future option you should attend this tour. There are about 15 spots left for those who wish to attend. Please sign up in the counseling office as soon as possible. The remaining spots will be granted on a first come first serve basis. Your attendance will count as a school related absence.

The deadline for the Chelsea Education Foundation scholarship application is this Sunday, April 30th.   One online application covers several different local scholarships and may be accessed from the Counseling Office Website.  Do not miss out on this opportunity.

Looking for part time employment?  A posting for administrative work, which may include filing, scanning, data entry, etc. has been added to the jobs board outside the counseling office.

There were 12 lovely dresses generously donated to the counseling office for students who need help getting a dress for prom.  They are available in the media center for viewing.  Please go visit Mrs. Krug in the media center for further information. 

The Gay Straight Alliance will be meeting on Tuesday after school.  We are watching a movie and having some fun food.  All are welcome.  Come join us in the counseling conference room from 3:00-4:15p.  If there any questions, please contact Mrs. Bickel or Mrs. Morris. 

Attention Alumni Arbor Liaisons.  Please check your email for important information from Mrs. Sinacola regarding next week's planting of the Alumni Arbor.


Thursday, April 27, 2017



CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS
04/27/17


Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Thursday, April 27.


Attention all current senior football players:  There will be an important meeting regarding the Gene LaFave scholarship right after school in the gym today.  The meeting will be less than 5 minutes.  Any questions see Coach Bush.

All Seniors and Juniors.  Friday, May 5th, Washtenaw Community College will be hosting a guided tour of their campus. We will also view various programs, view a power point presentation by admission officers, have a question and answer session and be served lunch. If you have an interest in exploring WCC as a future option you should attend this tour. There are about 15 spots left for those who wish to attend. Please sign up in the counseling office as soon as possible. The remaining spots will be granted on a first come first serve basis. Your attendance will count as a school related absence.

Attention Juniors  and Seniors, tomorrow is the last day to purchase prom tickets. They are $35 for Juniors and $30 for seniors. Please bring cash or check made out to Chelsea High School.  As a reminder,  you will not be allowed to attend prom without officially buying a ticket. No tickets will be sold at the door and no students will be admitted who are not on the paid list. Also, Prom guest permission forms are due Monday. See Mrs. Sinacola if you have any questions.

After a long break, Creative Writing Club is back!  We will be meeting in Mrs. Putnam's room, Room 236, from 3:00-4:00p today.  Bring your latest writing project.  We'll also be making plans to attend the Midwest Literary Walk.  All writers are welcome to join us.

Attention all members of Key Club.  If you are interested in an officer position for next year, please contact Ms. Segal by today.  There will be a Key Club meeting on Friday April 28 at 7:30 in room 116.

Attention Theatre Guild members! Don't miss the meeting today at 3:00 in the Drama Room.

There were 12 lovely dresses generously donated to the counseling office for students who need help getting a dress for prom.  They are available in the media center for viewing.  Please go visit Mrs. Krug in the media center for further information. 

The Gay Straight Alliance will be meeting on Tuesday after school.  We are watching a movie and having some fun food.  All are welcome.  Come join us in the counseling conference room from 3:00-4:15p.  If there any questions, please contact Mrs. Bickel or Mrs. Morris. 


Wednesday, April 26, 2017



CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS
04/26/17


Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Wednesday, April 26.


Congrats to the men's track team, who edged Lincoln last night 95-42, and remain undefeated in the SEC this season.
The Bulldogs won 12 of 13 individual events, sparked by Hunter White and Cole Septer's victories in the hurdle races.  It was a great effort across the board.  Way to go guys.

The girl’s track beat Lincoln 78-59.  Outstanding performances were made by Sydney Matusik running the 4x800 relay, 1600m, and 800m, which all resulted in 1st places. Also, Riley Davis won the high jump and Jenna Gileczek won the pole vault. In throws, Jordan Holton and Lily Francisco placed 1st and 2nd in shot and discus. Our next meet is the Whitmore Lake Relays on Friday.

The Chelsea Lacrosse Association is offering FREE ADMISSION to all BMS and CHS students for the lacrosse games on Friday.  They play Ann Arbor Huron High with the JV game at 5:30 pm followed by the Varsity game.

Attention all current senior football players:  There will be an important meeting regarding the Gene LaFave scholarship right after school in the gym on Thursday.  The meeting will be less than 5 minutes.  Any questions see Coach Bush.

Applications for the Chelsea Lions Club Service Award are now available in the Counseling Office.  This yearly award is available to two recipients for service to the community, be it your school, your town, your place of worship, a Lions club, or any combination.   Applications are available online or in the counseling office and are due no later than 4:00 p.m. May 9th.

O'Quinn Family Edward Jones Scholarship is an opportunity for students who plan to enter an accredited four-year college or university, desire to study business, and who have developed a cursory understanding of the importance of ethical behavior in business.  Applications are available in the Counseling Office.

U of M Grounds Services is hiring for spring and summer.  Starting pay $11.00 per hour.  Check the jobs board by the Counseling Office for more information.

After a long break, Creative Writing Club is back!  We will be meeting in Mrs. Putnam's room, Room 236, from 3:00-4:00p Thursday.  Bring your latest writing project.  We'll also be making plans to attend the Midwest Literary Walk.  All writers are welcome to join us.

Attention all members of Key Club.  If you are interested in an officer position for next year, please contact Ms. Segal by Thursday.  There will be a Key Club meeting on Friday April 28 at 7:30 in room 116.

Attention Theatre Guild members! Don't miss the meeting this Thursday, April 27 at 3:00 in the Drama Room.

There will be a #WHYYOUMATTER meeting for current committee members tomorrow morning at 7:30 in the art room.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017



 

CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS
04/25/17


Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Tuesday, April 25.


The Chelsea Lacrosse Association is offering FREE ADMISSION to all BMS and CHS students for the lacrosse games on Friday.  They play Ann Arbor Huron High with the JV game at 5:30 pm followed by the Varsity game.

Attention all current senior football players:  There will be an important meeting regarding the Gene LaFave scholarship right after school in the gym on Thursday.  The meeting will be less than 5 minutes.  Any questions see Coach Bush.

Applications for the Chelsea Lions Club Service Award are now available in the Counseling Office.  This yearly award is available to two recipients for service to the community, be it your school, your town, your place of worship, a Lions club, or any combination.   Applications are available online or in the counseling office and are due no later than 4:00 p.m. May 9th.

O'Quinn Family Edward Jones Scholarship is an opportunity for students who plan to enter an accredited four-year college or university, desire to study business, and who have developed a cursory understanding of the importance of ethical behavior in business.  Applications are available in the Counseling Office.

Join us on Wednesday for Lunchtime Career Talks in the choir room (400). We will welcome Lieutenant Joseph Brodeur, licensed attorney and assistant post commander for the Michigan State Police. Come and enjoy pizza, cookies, fruit and pop while you learn about careers as a lawyer or a police officer.

Please check your email for a survey about Lunchtime Career Talks, if you have ever attended one.  Complete the survey before Wednesday and pick up your token of appreciation on Tuesday April 25th or Wednesday April 26th from Mrs Bickel in the counseling office.

Want a chance to be featured in the yearbook?  Send in your best spring break 2017 pictures! They can include any and all school appropriate activities. Send them to ChelseaHSYearbook@gmail.com or text them to a yearbook member.

U of M Grounds Services is hiring for spring and summer.  Starting pay $11.00 per hour.  Check the jobs board by the Counseling Office for more information.

After a long break, Creative Writing Club is back!  We will be meeting in Mrs. Putnam's room, Room 236, from 3:00-4:00p on Thursday.  Bring your latest writing project.  We'll also be making plans to attend the Midwest Literary Walk.  All writers are welcome to join us.

Attention all members of Key Club.  If you are interested in an officer position for next year, please contact Ms. Segal by Thursday.  There will be a Key Club meeting on Friday April 28 at 7:30 in room 116.

Attention Theatre Guild members! Don't miss the meeting this Thursday, April 27 at 3:00 in the Drama Room.

Monday, April 24, 2017



CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS
04/24/17


Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Monday, April 24.


The Chelsea Lacrosse Association is offering FREE ADMISSION to all BMS and CHS students for the lacrosse games on Friday.  They play Ann Arbor Huron High with the JV game at 5:30 pm followed by the Varsity game.

Sophomores and Juniors:  There will be a College Fair Monday, April 24th at Saline High School from 6:00-7:30 pm.  Over 70 colleges, universities and military branches will be represented.

Applications for the Chelsea Lions Club Service Award are now available in the Counseling Office.  This yearly award is available to two recipients for service to the community, be it your school, your town, your place of worship, a Lions club, or any combination.   Applications are available online or in the counseling office and are due no later than 4:00 p.m. May 9th.

O'Quinn Family Edward Jones Scholarship is an opportunity for students who plan to enter an accredited four-year college or university, desire to study business, and who have developed a cursory understanding of the importance of ethical behavior in business.  Applications are available in the Counseling Office.

Join us on Wednesday for Lunchtime Career Talks in the choir room (400). We will welcome Lieutenant Joseph Brodeur, licensed attorney and assistant post commander for the Michigan State Police. Come and enjoy pizza, cookies, fruit and pop while you learn about careers as a lawyer or a police officer.

Please check your email for a survey about Lunchtime Career Talks, if you have ever attended one.  Complete the survey before Wednesday and pick up your token of appreciation on Tuesday April 25th or Wednesday April 26th from Mrs Bickel in the counseling office.

Want a chance to be featured in the yearbook?  Send in your best spring break 2017 pictures! They can include any and all school appropriate activities. Send them to ChelseaHSYearbook@gmail.com or text them to a yearbook member.

The Chelsea Rod and Gun Club is offering four $1000 scholarships to graduating seniors this year.  To be considered, applicants must have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.  Other restrictions apply.   Applications are available in the counseling office and are due by April 30th.

Attention job hunters:  Woodbine Farms is looking for students who are interested in working in a fun and fast paced work environment.  If you are looking for a summer job with flexible hours check out their job posting by the counseling office door.

U of M Grounds Services is hiring for spring and summer.  Starting pay $11.00 per hour.  Check the jobs board by the Counseling Office for more information.