Tuesday, March 28, 2017



CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS
03/28/17


Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Tuesday, March 28.


Juniors, as a reminder, the pre-test administration for the SAT and Work Keys will be on Thursday at 1:00 in the Commons.  Bring #2 pencils. 

Ann Arbor Public School District invites Chelsea students to their 32nd Annual College & Career Fair at Pioneer High School this Wednesday, March 29th from 6:00 - 8:00PM.   This outstanding fair offers students the chance to explore both educational and career opportunities to plan for their future.  Representatives from colleges all over the nation will be present.

Seniors that have been active area of the Arts, Theater, Music and Drama are invited to apply for the Chelsea Area Players Scholarship.  If you've spent many long hours working to make the magic of theater and the arts a reality in Chelsea, this is a scholarship opportunity for you.  Applications are available in the Counseling Office and are due no later than Wednesday, May 24th.

This Wednesday’s Lunchtime Career Talk will present Melissa Joy, a managing partner at The Center for Financial Planning.  She is its Director of Wealth Management and is an investment advisor. Everyone interested in exploring careers in a business related field should attend. Meet in the orchestra room during your lunch period. Free pizza, pop and cookies will be served.

There will be a short information meeting for all interested in playing volleyball this fall this Thursday, March 30 at 7:30AM in room 600.  See Coach Cleveland with any questions.

Any student that is interested in potentially being a part of a ski team next winter, please come to the athletic office to sign up.  Only sign up if you are serious about this opportunity.

The Dexter Devils, a Southeastern Michigan Rugby Club, will be holding an informational practice this Thursday, March 30, from 5:30 to 7:30PM at the Lacrosse field.  Those who are interested in Rugby, or just want to see it first hand, are welcome to come to the field and practice or just watch.  All are welcome.

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