* Congratulations to the Rams Wrestling Team for winning the 26 team Prestigious Southern Lancaster County Winter Classic this past weekend. They finished 75 points ahead of the second place team. Eleven of the fourteen wrestlers stood on the championship podium and brought home hardware. Josh Miller - 6th place, Tye Weathersby - 2nd place, Mitchell Arch - 7th place, Chris Wright - 1st place, Andrew Wert - 1st place, Hunter Bentz - 6th place, Jeremiah Altadonna - 8th place, Jackson Talbott - 4th place, Cian Blythe- 5th place, Mitchell Talbot - 4th place, and Carter Urich - 4th. The wrestlers will open up their dual meet schedule with Harrisburg High this Thursday at 7:00 in “OUR HOUSE". Come out and support your "Ram Wrestlers"

* We are having a Four Diamonds meeting tonight at 6:30 in cafeteria. Also we are collecting NEW toys, books, games for the kids at the hospital. Ages birth to 18. If interested, please bring to the meeting.

* Boys Volleyball will have open gym from 7:15: - 9:15 on Tuesday. Please use the AUX gym doors.

* The Library will be closed periods 2 and 3.

* Attention Baseball Players - if you're interested in a free workout at Power Train on Thursday Dec 14th at 3 pm, please see coach Zellers in room 144.

* Students interested in attending Howard University, there will be a "Harrisburg to Howard" Interest Meeting for the 2018 trip Next Thursday December 14th at 7 pm @ Camp Curtin YMCA. This is for students 16 or older.

* Roundtop is making snow! It’s not too late to join ski club. Forms are in the office. See Mrs. Livelsberger with questions.

* The African American Heritage Club is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Cultural Holiday Potluck, which will be held on Wednesday, December 20th from 2:30-4:30 in the cafeteria. All clubs and students are invited to attend. Bring food that represents your culture or favorite family food traditions. See Lauralee Adrien, Lorren Brown or Mr. Porter for details.

* This week Career Café will host an Environmental Protection Specialist and our own Dr. Schuit, PE and Health Teacher who recently finished her Doctorate Degree in Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine, to sign up to attend for either of these speakers, stop into the College and Career Center.

* The topic for the December awareness table sponsored by Your Student Assistance Team is “Hurt-Less”. Officer Golletti will be providing information on living safely and making healthy decisions. This information will be available at all four lunches on Thursday, December 14th – stop by to learn more.

* The next meeting of the CDHS Criminal Justice Club will be held on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 2:45 PM in the school library. A representative from The Shenk Company will be on hand to give a presentation on the design of the club’s hooded sweatshirts we are purchasing this year. All members are urged to attend.

* The next meeting of the Model UN will be Tuesday, after school, in Room 116.

* There will be Student Council meeting on Monday, December 11 immediately after school. We will be decorating the holiday tree in the main lobby.

* Attention students and staff: The Student Council is sponsoring a toy drive for the Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation from now until December 15. We are collecting items to make the holidays a little happier for children and teens who will spend them in the hospital. Please donate new, unwrapped items, such as: coloring or activity books, markers, crayons, colored pencils, story books or novels, puzzles, small toys, Legos, craft kits, board games, and iTunes gift cards. Donation boxes are located near the office entrance and in the second floor commons. You may also give items to Mrs. Hogentogler in room 275. Thank you for your generosity.

* 2018-19 applications for Dauphin County Technical School are available in the guidance office. These must be completed and submitted by January 12th to meet the deadline. Please see your school counselor with any questions about the application process.

* Seniors, the PSECU awards 6- $8000 scholarships each year, if you are interested in applying for these scholarships, you must become a member prior to Dec. 30th.

* Do you enjoy writing stories and poetry? Are you an artist? If so, consider sending your work to CD's literary magazine, GREEN INK. This magazine is a collection of some of the best art and writing in our school. We can't create a magazine without your submissions. Submit entries to: CDHSLitMag@gmail.com. If you'd like to receive upcoming editions of the magazine, please see your English teachers for subscription forms.

* Attention 18 year old males: The Selective Service System keeps a list of people who might be called on to serve our country in a national emergency. All 18 year old men MUST register even if you are not a US citizen. Registering makes you eligible for student financial aid, federal job training and federal jobs. So guys, do yourself and your country a favor – register with the Selective Service within 30 days of your 18th birthday – it’s the law! Visit www.sss.gov to complete the registration process.

* There is a LOST and FOUND area in the main office.  Various text books, purses and sweatshirts have been dropped off there.  If you have lost something recently you might want to stop by the office and see if it is there.

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