* Welcome to spirit week and get ready to look around,
Searching for something that can be found

If they are found they should be returned to room 164
But please don't interrupt Mrs. Burger if she's teaching at the board

Sea shells are hidden around our school,
but one is green and very cool

Here is clue number 1 so you're able to find some
and not none

Square dancing and sports that you can't resist
So when you're tired you'll use this under a big set of lips

* Any footballs that were borrowed for Powder Puff practice should be returned to Mr Vogle tomorrow morning so we can have them for the games.

* The Friends of the Swamp will meet after school on Wednesday in room 141 to monitor blue bird boxes. Please plan on staying until 4:00.

* The Library will be closed periods 1, 8, 9, 4, 5, and 6.

* We still need NHS members to volunteer during the evenings of May 31st and June 7th. The hours will count for next year. See or email Mr. Pollock if interested.

* Monday at 7:30 pm, Boys Volleyball will take on the defending state champs Hempfield High School. Please come out and support the team and most importantly its a GREEN OUT!

* The last Finance Club meeting of the year will be after school on Monday, May 22 in room 250. Prizes will be awarded to Stock Market Game winners!

* Any track & field athlete who did NOT receive a blue Pan-Ram shirt can pick one up from Mr. L. in room 237.

* The last Spanish Club for this year will be held this Tuesday, May 23rd at 2:30 in room 203. You may still come, even if you didn't order Chipotle.

* Class of 2020, please check your school email to find a link to vote for class officers for next year. Voting will take place from tomorrow (Friday) at 7:30am until Monday, May 22 at 2:30pm.

* Attention Class of 2018: Any current junior who would like to run for class office for the 2017-2018 school year will need to pick up and complete an application packet which is located outside of room 101. Completed packets must be returned with all required signatures by Tuesday, May 30 to Mrs. Levarto in room 101. Late packets will not be accepted. See Mrs. Levarto with any questions.

* Seniors performing the senior song at graduation should meet in the choir room after school on Monday, May 22nd and Wednesday May 24th. We will be rehearsing our song on both of these days. These rehearsals will only last around 30 minutes You MUST attend these rehearsals if you wish to perform at graduation - no exceptions. Please see Julia Wanner if you have any questions.

* The Pre-Med Club will meet in the library Tuesday after school, to discuss the end of the year party and t-shirts. If you can not attend please see Mr. Klansek in room 231.

* Monday at 7:30 pm, Boys Volleyball will take on the defending state champs Hempfield High School. Please come out and support the team and most importantly its a GREEN OUT!

* Please donate new or used books to the Key Club book drive. Please place all donations in the container near the main office.

* Track and field uniforms will be collected on May 23 or May 30 after school in the outside storage garage near the weight room.

* ImPACT concussion baseline testing for incoming 9th graders and any athletes new to CDHS will be offered at the end of May. Football will test on Monday, May 22nd and all other sports will test on Wednesday, May 24th. Please see your coach for specific testing times.

* The final tri-m recital of the year will be on Monday, May 22nd. If you have performed in three recitals this year, please attend to receive your membership. See Austen Graby or Kat Bleiweiss with any questions.

* ATTENTION ALL FALL SPORTS ATHLETES: Sports physicals will be held at Central Dauphin and CD East High School on THURSDAY, JUNE 1st at 2:30PM in the gym lobby. Physicals are offered to students at the cost of $20. Cash or check is due with the physical. Checks made payable to Central Dauphin School District. The physical packet is available on line and can be printed from the CDSD website/sports physical home page. All physicals completed by a medical examiner outside of the school for initial physicals cannot be dated prior to June 1, 2017 (including cheerleading). All physicals must be turned into your school’s main office or the Athletic Trainer’s room no later than Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Contact your school’s athletic trainers if you have any questions.

* Do you have an interest in becoming a first responder, if so, HACC is offering a summer camp where you could learn more about saving lives. Mrs. Bertovic has more information in the College and Career Center. There are also many other summer enrichment opportunities listed under Guidance on the school website, check them out!

* Seniors, when you have decide where you are going to attend college, don’t forget to stop into guidance to fill out a card to hang on the education wall outside of guidance.

* Applications for the 2017-18 PULSE program are now being accepted! PULSE is Penn State College of Medicine’s educational outreach program which aims to cultivate interest in medicine, biomedical science, and healthcare systems science by introducing passionate learners to medical students, biomedical researchers, and practicing clinicians. The topic for fall 2017 will be Infectious Diseases. Students in grades 9 – 12 who are interested in science and/or medicine are eligible to apply. Applications are available at https://sites.psu.edu/hmcpulse/course-application/

* Refresh wellness workshops: Every Friday in room M1 in the Library during all lunch periods. See You then!

* 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.

* This page is updated daily at 5:30 AM. Changes in information after 5:30 AM will not be reflected on this page. If you have any questions, please contact the front office at, 717-703-5360.