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Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2013

To any students interested in learning more about the art of Improv, The first Improv Club Meeting will take place this Friday October 20th after school in the Performing Arts Center auditorium.
There, we will be playing improv games and learning a few teambuilding exercises.
No acting experience is necessary and all are welcome to join

Good luck to the Lady Canes Varsity Volleyball Team as they take on Key West in the District Tournament semi-finals today. They are ranked 3d in the district following Key West and Westminster Christian. The game time is 3:30 – Let’s go Lady Canes!!
 
PAWS (Protecting Animals with Strength)  meeting today  in Mrs. Dobson’s room at 2:45.
  
Parking Reminders Again 
You may not park between the traffic light and the CSH Marquee. Students found violating this rule will be fined and towed at owner’s expense. Additionally students will have ISS, Saturday School, and loss of privileges.
 
Students are encouraged to park on campus. If you park off campus, you must use the designated crosswalks for your safety. Crossing in the middle of the road is a danger and subject to a pedestrian violation.
 
Parking spaces are still available for $40. Please see Ms. Jaime in the attendance office during A lunch or afterschool.
           
The parking lot between the Old Hwy and US1 is only for CSH and FKCC staff, violators will be fined and towed at owner’s expense. Students please make sure you are not parking there.
              
The ASVAB military entrance exam will be given here at school for FREE on Wednesday, Nov. 8th
This test is open to 10th-12th graders.
Please sign up with Ms. Harris in advance and pick up a study guide!
Community Service hours are available at Coastal Realty in Islamorada from 3-4pm Monday through Friday, and 10-4 on Saturdays.

For all students receiving pantry bags—PLEASE RETURN THE BAGS TO THE MAIN OFFICE SO WE CAN CONTINUE TO REFILL THEM EVERY WEEK!

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes
Anna Langley
Hailey        Kent
Alyssa       Webb  
 
CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, October 4th 
 
The last volleypuff practice will be this evening in the gym from 6:30-7:30 and powederpuff tomorrow night on the field from 6:30-7:30.    All students….please plan to attend the Powderpuff game next week on Monday at 6pm!
 
We are Soooooooooo excited to say that HOCO tickets are now only $1.  That’s right…I said $1.  Our community has been very generous and is committed to Coral Shores students having a great event.   The dance theme is JUST DANCE.   
 
Get your outfits ready………
Monday is Battleship….Battle of the Classes.  Wear your class colors.
Tuesday is Candy land. Wear your favorite PJ’s.
Wednesday is Wii Sports. Wear your best athletic attire.
Thursday is Scrabble. Dress as something that begins with the first letter of your name.
Friday is Fantasy Football. Dress in green and gold to show your school spirit.
 
The parade will be along the Old Road in front of the high school at 5pm.  
 
The Homecoming game is next Friday the 13th at 7pm
 
The dance will take place on Saturday the 14th from 7-10pm in the gym.
 
Make sure you come out and experience a great homecoming!
 
On your Post-Hurricane Student Needs Assessment that you took when you returned to school last week, many students volunteered to help people in need. There are several more families who are asking for hurricane clean-up help. If you or your group or club would like to volunteer and have transportation to help with yard clean-up sometime today through this weekend, please see Ms. Susa right after school. 
 
Last night the Lady Canes traveled to Key West- the JV played a hard game but lost 23-25, and 18-25, Kyrtal Kruz had 4 kills, 1 dig, 1 ace, Susan Guiterrez had 1 kill, 1 ace, Karina Betancourt added 1 kill, and 1 ace. They take on Westminster Christian today in Miami. plays – 25-18, 25-21, 25-20. Sierra Jenkins had 2 kills, 7 major blocks, 2 digs, Tatiana Ayala had 11 digs, Riley Dobson had 6 blocks, Ansley Gregis had 4 kills, Lily Costa had 4 kills, 4 digs, 1 block, 4 assists, and 1 ace, Carly Lindback had 7 strong kills, 4 digs, 1 ace, 1 block , Elise Jordan had 2 blocks, 2 digs, Keely Flanigan had 2 digs and 2 aces.
 
Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday,
Please park in the Wren St parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.
 
The ASVAB military entrance exam will be given here at school for FREE on Wednesday, Nov. 8th
This test is open to 10th-12th graders.
Please sign up with Ms. Harris in advance and pick up a study guide!
 
Attention Seniors who are applying to college! Ms. Harris will be available to assist with college applications during 1st and 7th periods starting this Friday and all of the following week if necessary. We will meet in pod 4A near Mr. Kirkley and Mrs. Robin Fry’s classrooms. Computers will be available for your use!
 
It’s time for the Key Club’s annual Ice Cream Social!  today right after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD, join the Key Club for some ice cream and….JOIN THE KEY CLUB!  All are welcome

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The yearbook’s senior dedication pages are for sale. See Airiana Lindback or Ms. Susa for more information. Yearbook pre-orders are also on sale for the low price of $55 now through the end of October, which is when the price will increase. Be sure to get your yearbook early!
 
Seniors, please send a baby picture to thereefyearbook@gmail.com or see Angel Kelley or Airiana Lindback to be featured in the yearbook.
 
There will be a Parent College information Thursday, Oct 5 from 5:30-6:30.
 
Attention all Lady Canes who are interested in participating in JV or Varsity Soccer: There will be a mandatory meeting today at the Coral Shores Media Center at 5:30pm for all athletes and parents interested in participating in soccer this year. Please see Coach Erin Fry or Coach Pat Fazio if you have any questions.
 
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
  Juan Fleita
Carly Lindback



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, May 24th, 2017

Seniors, don't forget to sign up for Project graduation. The buses are getting full and space is limited. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez today before leaving or call her by May 30th to reserve your seat.
Yearbooks are still on sale for $75 with Ms. Susa in Room 2-223. There are a limited quantity left, so get yours as soon as possible. Checks can be made out to Coral Shores High School for $75.
    Attention graduating senior boys. There are shirts, ties, dress pants and dress shoes in the prom closet. If you need something for graduation night, please come by Pod 2B.

Attention all juniors! We have changed Senior Step-Up Day to next Friday, May 26 instead of this Friday.  On May 26, dress up in all of your blue clothes and show your class spirit as you transition to your senior year! This will also be the day that Herff Jones will take your senior photo. All juniors will take this photo during 2nd period Friday, May 26, then if you want other photos taken, you can submit them early next year to replace the Herff Jones photo.
If you received an invitation to attend summer school, applications are now due. Please turn in to the front office.
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 6.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Andrew Fleites
•    Anais    Cuervo
•    Zachary Rodriguez
•    Hannah Thomas



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, May 23rd , 2017

    Attention graduating senior boys. There are shirts, ties, dress pants and dress shoes in the prom closet. If you need something for graduation night, please come by Pod 2B.

Attention all juniors! We have changed Senior Step-Up Day to next Friday, May 26 instead of this Friday.  On May 26, dress up in all of your blue clothes and show your class spirit as you transition to your senior year! This will also be the day that Herff Jones will take your senior photo. All juniors will take this photo during 2nd period Friday, May 26, then if you want other photos taken, you can submit them early next year to replace the Herff Jones photo.
All textbooks must be returned to Mrs. Signorelli in room 4-220 by Friday May 19th.  If you need a textbook to prepare for a final exam please return it on the day of the final.
If you received an invitation to attend summer school, applications are now due. Please turn in to the front office.
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 6.
The annual awards dinner and ceremony is being held, Wednesday, May 24th, 6pm at the Florida Keys Electric Company banquet room.  There is no fee for players to attend.  There is a $10.00 fee for parents, siblings or friends to attend with you.  Please RSVP by Thursday, May 18th to Mrs. Signorelli or Coach Pat Meyers.  
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Gage    Dennis
•    Tony    Thiele



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday,  May 22nd, 2017

This weekend was the 100 mile race from diver direct to higgs beach in Key West. Last year marathon had a team try but fail to complete the race. This year coral shores made sent a team made up of 6 runners to run the 100 miles. Zac Rodriguez, Connor O’Neal, Zach Roth, Chandler Rowland Jack Yeager, and Tyler Vandergriff ran the 100 miles in 11 and a half hours. Coming in fifth place losing to only 4 teams made up of Olympic and professional runners. Coral Shores won 1st in their age group and first all-male team. During the race spectators and even the pro teams were saying they were going too fast but they held the pace to finish with a remarkable time, faster than last year’s 1st place team. Coach Suarez says Congrats to you guys, you even impressed him.
Attention all juniors! We have changed Senior Step-Up Day to next Friday, May 26 instead of this Friday.  On May 26, dress up in all of your blue clothes and show your class spirit as you transition to your senior year! This will also be the day that Herff Jones will take your senior photo. All juniors will take this photo during 2nd period Friday, May 26, then if you want other photos taken, you can submit them early next year to replace the Herff Jones photo.
All textbooks must be returned to Mrs. Signorelli in room 4-220 by Friday May 19th.  If you need a textbook to prepare for a final exam please return it on the day of the final.
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 6.
The annual awards dinner and ceremony is being held, Wednesday, May 24th, 6pm at the Florida Keys Electric Company banquet room.  There is no fee for players to attend.  There is a $10.00 fee for parents, siblings or friends to attend with you.  Please RSVP by Thursday, May 18th to Mrs. Signorelli or Coach Pat Meyers.  

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Caitlin    Wolf
•    Rhyann    Glenn
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Luma    Gibus
•    Amber    Davis
•    Cole    Moreland
•    Andrea    Randall
•    Isabella    Bolivar
•    Keifer    Kemmer
•    Jessica    Koval
•    Adam    Reiss
•    Cole    Brutger
•    Jack    Rodberg
•    Molly    Gahagen



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, May 18th, 2017

Remember that today is the yearbook signing party is today. If you purchased a yearbook before this week, you are invited to attend when the announcement is made at 2 p.m. today. Please have your yearbook invitation ready to present to your 7th period teacher. That will be your pass.
Attention all juniors! We have changed Senior Step-Up Day to next Friday, May 26 instead of this Friday.  On May 26, dress up in all of your blue clothes and show your class spirit as you transition to your senior year! This will also be the day that Herff Jones will take your senior photo. All juniors will take this photo during 2nd period Friday, May 26, then if you want other photos taken, you can submit them early next year to replace the Herff Jones photo.
All textbooks must be returned to Mrs. Signorelli in room 4-220 by Friday May 19th.  If you need a textbook to prepare for a final exam please return it on the day of the final.
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 1.
The annual awards dinner and ceremony is being held, Wednesday, May 24th, 6pm at the Florida Keys Electric Company banquet room.  There is no fee for players to attend.  There is a $10.00 fee for parents, siblings or friends to attend with you.  Please RSVP by Thursday, May 18th to Mrs. Signorelli or Coach Pat Meyers.  
Attention Seniors,

On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam.  
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times. 
•    Monday, May 22nd Period 1and 2
•    Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
•    Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Tyler    Timothy
•    Juan Pablo    Orjuela
•    Hailey    Pacyna



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, May 17th, 2017

Students who purchased their yearbook through last Friday have been invited to a yearbook signing party, which will be this Thursday at 2 p.m. in the cafeteria. If you purchased a yearbook anytime through last week and you haven’t received an invitation to the party, please see Ms. Susa for your invitation, which is your pass to the cafeteria on Thursday.  If you haven’t purchased your yearbook, a limited quantity is still on sale for $75. See Ms. Susa if you want to buy one. Anyone who purchases a yearbook this week can pick it up on or after Friday from Ms. Susa’s classroom. 
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 1.
The annual awards dinner and ceremony is being held, Wednesday, May 24th, 6pm at the Florida Keys Electric Company banquet room.  There is no fee for players to attend.  There is a $10.00 fee for parents, siblings or friends to attend with you.  Please RSVP by Thursday, May 18th to Mrs. Signorelli or Coach Pat Meyers.  
Join the Key Club on Wednesday, May 17th after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD to make bagged lunches for the homeless shelter.  Have fun and get some community service hours.  See you there!
Attention Seniors,

On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam.  
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times. 
•    Monday, May 22nd Period 1and 2
•    Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
•    Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Andres Albarracin



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, May 16th , 2017

Students who purchased their yearbook through last Friday have been invited to a yearbook signing party, which will be this Thursday at 2 p.m. in the cafeteria. If you purchased a yearbook anytime through last week and you haven’t received an invitation to the party, please see Ms. Susa for your invitation, which is your pass to the cafeteria on Thursday.  If you haven’t purchased your yearbook, a limited quantity is still on sale for $75. See Ms. Susa if you want to buy one. Anyone who purchases a yearbook this week can pick it up on or after Friday from Ms. Susa’s classroom. 
There will be a wrestling meeting right after school Thursday may 18 by the gym . Turn in all warm ups and gear . Anyone wanting to wrestle next year also invited to come this Thursday after school by the gym.
Join the Key Club on Wednesday, May 17th after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD to make bagged lunches for the homeless shelter.  Have fun and get some community service hours.  See you there!
The annual awards dinner and ceremony is being held, Wednesday, May 24th, 6pm at the Florida Keys Electric Company banquet room.  There is no fee for players to attend.  There is a $10.00 fee for parents, siblings or friends to attend with you.  Please RSVP by Thursday, May 18th to Mrs. Signorelli or Coach Pat Meyers.  
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 1.
Attention Seniors,

On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam.  
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times. 
•    Monday, May 22nd Period 1and 2
•    Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
•    Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.

Seniors: Graduation night is nearing. Reserve your seat on the Project Graduation bus by giving your $10 refundable deposit to Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205. Your money will be returned to you upon boarding the bus after the graduation ceremonies. Get on board to spend a fabulous last night with the class of 2017!!!!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Avery    Caceres



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, May 15th, 2017

Students who purchased their yearbook through last Friday have been invited to a yearbook signing party, which will be this Thursday at 2 p.m. in the cafeteria. If you purchased a yearbook anytime through last week and you haven’t received an invitation to the party, please see Ms. Susa for your invitation, which is your pass to the cafeteria on Thursday.  If you haven’t purchased your yearbook, a limited quantity is still on sale for $75. See Ms. Susa if you want to buy one. Anyone who purchases a yearbook this week can pick it up on or after Friday from Ms. Susa’s classroom. 
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 1.
Mark Your Calendar Seniors!

There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
Attention Seniors,

On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam.  
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times. 
•    Monday, May 22nd Period 1and 2
•    Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
•    Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.

Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.
Seniors: Graduation night is nearing. Reserve your seat on the Project Graduation bus by giving your $10 refundable deposit to Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205. Your money will be returned to you upon boarding the bus after the graduation ceremonies. Get on board to spend a fabulous last night with the class of 2017!!!!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Mabel    Silva
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Alton    Coleman
•    Victoria    Aucamp
•    Leila-Marie    Isidor
•    Stephen    Franks
•    Kathleen    Young



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, May 12th , 2017

Attention Seniors,

On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam.  
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times. 
•    Monday, May 22nd  
 
 
CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, May 15th, 2017
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)
 
Students who purchased their yearbook through last Friday have been invited to a yearbook signing party, which will be this Thursday at 2 p.m. in the cafeteria. If you purchased a yearbook anytime through last week and you haven’t received an invitation to the party, please see Ms. Susa for your invitation, which is your pass to the cafeteria on Thursday.  If you haven’t purchased your yearbook, a limited quantity is still on sale for $75. See Ms. Susa if you want to buy one. Anyone who purchases a yearbook this week can pick it up on or after Friday from Ms. Susa’s classroom.
All community service hours from this school year need to be turned in by June 1.
Mark Your Calendar Seniors!
 
There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.
 
Thank you.
Attention Seniors,
 
On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam. 
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times.


Monday, May 22nd Period 1and 2
Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

 
After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.
 
Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.
Seniors: Graduation night is nearing. Reserve your seat on the Project Graduation bus by giving your $10 refundable deposit to Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205. Your money will be returned to you upon boarding the bus after the graduation ceremonies. Get on board to spend a fabulous last night with the class of 2017!!!!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:


Mabel Silva

Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:


Alton Coleman
Victoria        Aucamp
Leila-Marie   Isidor
Stephen       Franks
Kathleen      Young

 
 
Period 1and 2
•    Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
•    Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.

Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.
Seniors: Graduation night is nearing. Reserve your seat on the Project Graduation bus by giving your $10 refundable deposit to Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205. Your money will be returned to you upon boarding the bus after the graduation ceremonies. Get on board to spend a fabulous last night with the class of 2017!!!!
Mark Your Calendar Seniors!

There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
Attention Coral Shores students participating in the Experiment in International Living trip this summer, please meet at the Media Center this evening at 5:00pm for a mandatory pre-departure meeting.
Attention boys lacrosse players :
Anyone interested in attending team Florida May 20-21st please meet at Mrs Ellsworth room after school today at 245pm
Friday, May 12th, Theater 2 students will have present their One Act plays at 7pm in the PAC. The shows are called 13 Ways to Fail Your College Interview and Puzzle Pieces.  These are student directed and produced, and they would love to see you there supporting them.  There is no cost to attend.  
Prom Tickets
Prom is this weekend! Remember the theme of prom is Mardi Gras Magic, and magicians will be performing in the dance hall. The colors are purple, green, and gold. If you show up to the prom without tickets, your tickets will be $85 each. 
 Yearbooks
The 2017 Yearbooks have arrived! They will be released at a yearbook signing party next week. In order to go to the party, you MUST purchase your yearbook this week for $70 with Ms. Susa. Next week, the price will increase to $75. Again, you must purchase your yearbook with Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 for $70 this week to be invited to the signing pizza party.  There are only a limited number left.
Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Melannie    Rodas-Guevara
•    Triton    Mitten
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Christopher    Everhart
•    Gianni    Proenza



CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, May 10th , 2017

Attention Seniors,

On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam.  
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times. 
•    Monday, May 22nd Period 1and 2
•    Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
•    Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.

Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.
Seniors: Graduation night is nearing. Reserve your seat on the Project Graduation bus by giving your $10 refundable deposit to Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205. Your money will be returned to you upon boarding the bus after the graduation ceremonies. Get on board to spend a fabulous last night with the class of 2017!!!!
Mark Your Calendar Seniors!

There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
Do you like to MOVE?
Do you like to PERFORM?
Do you like to COMPETE?
Do you have SCHOOL SPIRIT?
Does music inspire you to DANCE?
                                            
Color Guard might be for you!
Come give it a try next Wed and Fri May 10 and 12 at 5 pm
Be at the Wren Street Band Room Door 
Or Call Deb Miller with any questions at 305-942-3076

Don’t worry about having skills in advance!  We can get you started!
All are welcome – guys and girls!

 Life is better with a flag to wave and a team to do it with! 
Attention rising seniors, love the environment and leadership positions? See Mrs. Rehmann or Lili Torres if you’re interested in being an Environmental Club officer for next year. The deadline is Tuesday May 23rd.
Friday, May 12th, Theater 2 students will have present their One Act plays at 7pm in the PAC. The shows are called 13 Ways to Fail Your College Interview and Puzzle Pieces.  These are student directed and produced, and they would love to see you there supporting them.  There is no cost to attend.  
Prom Tickets 
Prom is this weekend! Remember the theme of prom is Mardi Gras Magic, and magicians will be performing in the dance hall. The colors are purple, green, and gold. Prom tickets are on sale at the school store during lunch all week for $75 plus two canned goods. Get your tickets this week! If you show up to the prom without tickets, your tickets will be $85 each. So get your tickets before then! It will be a night to remember.
Yearbooks 
The 2017 Yearbooks have arrived! They will be released at a yearbook signing party next week. In order to go to the party, you MUST purchase your yearbook this week for $70 with Ms. Susa. Next week, the price will increase to $75. Again, you must purchase your yearbook with Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 for $70 this week to be invited to the signing pizza party.  
Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Christopher    Everhart



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Attention Seniors,

On Friday, May 19th you will attend all periods and take 7th period exam.  
Beginning on Monday, May 22nd you will only be on campus during scheduled exam times. 
•    Monday, May 22nd Period 1and 2
•    Tuesday, May 23rd  Period 3 and 4
•    Wednesday, May 24th Period 5 and 6

After Wednesday, May 24 you are not allowed on campus during the regular school day without checking in with the main office, except to attend the mandatory graduation practice.

Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.
Seniors: Graduation night is nearing. Reserve your seat on the Project Graduation bus by giving your $10 refundable deposit to Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205. Your money will be returned to you upon boarding the bus after the graduation ceremonies. Get on board to spend a fabulous last night with the class of 2017!!!!
Mark Your Calendar Seniors!

There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
Do you like to MOVE?
Do you like to PERFORM?
Do you like to COMPETE?
Do you have SCHOOL SPIRIT?
Does music inspire you to DANCE?
                                            
Color Guard might be for you!
Come give it a try next Wed and Fri May 10 and 12 at 5 pm
Be at the Wren Street Band Room Door 
Or Call Deb Miller with any questions at 305-942-3076

Don’t worry about having skills in advance!  We can get you started!
All are welcome – guys and girls!

 Life is better with a flag to wave and a team to do it with! 
Attention rising seniors, love the environment and leadership positions? See Mrs. Rehmann or Lili Torres if you’re interested in being an Environmental Club officer for next year. The deadline is Tuesday May 23rd.
Friday, May 12th, Theater 2 students will have present their One Act plays at 7pm in the PAC. The shows are called 13 Ways to Fail Your College Interview and Puzzle Pieces.  These are student directed and produced, and they would love to see you there supporting them.  There is no cost to attend.  
Prom Tickets 
Prom is this weekend! Remember the theme of prom is Mardi Gras Magic, and magicians will be performing in the dance hall. The colors are purple, green, and gold. Prom tickets are on sale at the school store during lunch all week for $75 plus two canned goods. Get your tickets this week! If you show up to the prom without tickets, your tickets will be $85 each. So get your tickets before then! It will be a night to remember.
Yearbooks 
The 2017 Yearbooks have arrived! They will be released at a yearbook signing party next week. In order to go to the party, you MUST purchase your yearbook this week for $70 with Ms. Susa. Next week, the price will increase to $75. Again, you must purchase your yearbook with Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 for $70 this week to be invited to the signing pizza party.  
Interact meeting is cancelled today.
Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Kiersten    Heilbron
•    Alyssandra    Sotolongo
•    Meliza    Robert-Rodriguez 

 
 
 



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, May 8th , 2017

Mark Your Calendar Seniors!
There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
Do you like to MOVE?
Do you like to PERFORM?
Do you like to COMPETE?
Do you have SCHOOL SPIRIT?
Does music inspire you to DANCE?
                                            
Color Guard might be for you!

Come give it a try next Wed and Fri May 10 and 12 at 5 pm
Be at the Wren Street Band Room Door 
Or Call Deb Miller with any questions at 305-942-3076

Don’t worry about having skills in advance!  We can get you started!
All are welcome – guys and girls!

  Life is better with a flag to wave and a team to do it with! 

Attention Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.

 Seniors, please remember to sign up for Project Graduation. Your $10 refundable deposit is for head-count purposes only and will be returned to you on graduation night as you board the buses. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez for more information. The organizers have many fun events in store so plan on attending.

Friday, May 12th, Theater 2 students will have present their One Act plays at 7pm in the PAC. The shows are called 13 Ways to Fail Your College Interview and Puzzle Pieces.  These are student directed and produced, and they would love to see you there supporting them.  There is no cost to attend.  

Prom Tickets 
Prom is this weekend! Remember the theme of prom is Mardi Gras Magic, and magicians will be performing in the dance hall. The colors are purple, green, and gold. Prom tickets are on sale at the school store during lunch all week for $75 plus two canned goods. Get your tickets this week! If you show up to the prom without tickets, your tickets will be $85 each. So get your tickets before then! It will be a night to remember.

Yearbooks 
The 2017 Yearbooks have arrived! They will be released at a yearbook signing party next week. In order to go to the party, you MUST purchase your yearbook this week for $70 with Ms. Susa. Next week, the price will increase to $75. Again, you must purchase your yearbook with Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 for $70 this week to be invited to the signing pizza party.  

Leadership applications are due to to Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 or her mailbox.  The application can be found online listed under students and student forms.   The deadline has been extended to Tuesday May 9th.   

Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•     Emma Marsden
•    Nola    Frank
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Ella    Marsden
•    Jordi    Hortensi
•    Rachel Nicholl
•    Ava    Garcia


CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, May 5th , 2017
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)
 
We are having the Senior Send Off Talent Show tonight night in the PAC at 6:30 pm.  It is a recommended $5 donation, and the proceeds will benefit a scholarship to be given to a senior.  Please come support your talented classmates as they sing, dance, and entertain you!
Mark Your Calendar Seniors!
 
There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.
 
Thank you.
Do you like to MOVE?
Do you like to PERFORM?
Do you like to COMPETE?
Do you have SCHOOL SPIRIT?
Does music inspire you to DANCE?
                                           
Color Guard might be for you!
 
Come give it a try next Wed and Fri May 10 and 12 at 5 pm
Be at the Wren Street Band Room Door
Or Call Deb Miller with any questions at 305-942-3076
 
Don’t worry about having skills in advance!  We can get you started!
All are welcome – guys and girls!
 
  Life is better with a flag to wave and a team to do it with!
 
Attention Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.

 Seniors, please remember to sign up for Project Graduation. Your $10 refundable deposit is for head-count purposes only and will be returned to you on graduation night as you board the buses. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez for more information. The organizers have many fun events in store so plan on attending.

Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:
Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring YOUR calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.
 
Track and Field awards ceremony today at Founders Park Beach at 4:30 pm.
All International Thespian Society applications are due by the end of the day.  If you are interested in being part of this Theater Honor Society, please see Ms. Z in room 5-109!’

Next Friday, May 12th, Theater 2 students will have present their One Act plays at 7pm in the PAC. The shows are called 13 Ways to Fail Your College Interview and Puzzle Pieces.  These are student directed and produced, and they would love to see you there supporting them.  There is no cost to attend. 

Prom Tickets
Remember to get your prom tickets this week! They are now $75 plus two canned goods. The school store will be open every day during lunch from now until prom. This year, the prom will still be at the Hilton in Key Largo, but it will be in a new location than past years – a ballroom overlooking the beautiful Florida Bay. New Orleans-styles hors d’oeuvres will be served, and five professional magicians and a Mardi Gras-themed party will keep you entertained.

Yearbooks
Yearbooks are $70 this week. Only about 30 more yearbooks are available for purchase. When the yearbooks come in, the price will increase to $85 if there are any left. Everyone who has purchased a yearbook will be invited to a yearbook signing pizza party on Thursday, May 18 during 7th period. See Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa to reserve yours!
 
Leadership applications are due to to Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 or her mailbox.  The application can be found online listed under students and student forms.   The deadline has been extended to Tuesday May 9th.

Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
 Meghan        Dougherty
Shawn           Mac Mullin
Oscar Zambrano-Gonzales
Logan            Batsford
Angela           Ornelas 
 

CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, May 4th, 2017

We are having the Senior Send Off Talent Show tonight and tomorrow night in the PAC at 6:30 pm.  It is a recommended $5 donation, and the proceeds will benefit a scholarship to be given to a senior.  Please come support your talented classmates as they sing, dance, and entertain you!
Mark Your Calendar Seniors!

There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
Attention Seniors your lockers must be cleared by Tuesday, May 16th.  Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics ets.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.
 Seniors, please remember to sign up for Project Graduation. Your $10 refundable deposit is for head-count purposes only and will be returned to you on graduation night as you board the buses. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez for more information. The organizers have many fun events in store so plan on attending.
Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:
Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring YOUR calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

All International Thespian Society applications are due tomorrow by the end of the day.  If you are interested in being part of this Theater Honor Society, please see Ms. Z in room 5-109!’
Next Friday, May 12th, Theater 2 students will have present their One Act plays at 7pm in the PAC. The shows are called 13 Ways to Fail Your College Interview and Puzzle Pieces.  These are student directed and produced, and they would love to see you there supporting them.  There is no cost to attend.  
Purchase a “Kiss a senior good-bye” candy-gram—on sale all week at both lunches. Let them know you care – only a dollar.
Prom Tickets 
Remember to get your prom tickets this week! They are now $75 plus two canned goods. The school store will be open every day during lunch from now until prom. This year, the prom will still be at the Hilton in Key Largo, but it will be in a new location than past years – a ballroom overlooking the beautiful Florida Bay. New Orleans-styles hors d’oeuvres will be served, and five professional magicians and a Mardi Gras-themed party will keep you entertained.
Yearbooks 
Yearbooks are $70 this week. Only about 30 more yearbooks are available for purchase. When the yearbooks come in, the price will increase to $85 if there are any left. Everyone who has purchased a yearbook will be invited to a yearbook signing pizza party on Thursday, May 18 during 7th period. See Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa to reserve yours!

Leadership applications are due to to Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 or her mailbox.  The application can be found online listed under students and student forms.   The deadline has been extended to Tuesday May 9th.   
Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Teachers…at 12:50 please release students to the PAC who are receiving the Superintendents Reading Awards.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•     Molly    Hunter
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs for to:
•    Brianna    Wilson



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, May 2nd,  2017

Mark Your Calendar Seniors!

There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
 
All Track and Field athletes this year see coach James in the ISS room today during lunch or after school.
Purchase a “Kiss a senior good-bye” candy-gram—on sale all week at both lunches. Let them know you care – only a dollar.
Prom Tickets 
Remember to get your prom tickets this week! They are now $75 plus two canned goods. The school store will be open every day during lunch from now until prom. This year, the prom will still be at the Hilton in Key Largo, but it will be in a new location than past years – a ballroom overlooking the beautiful Florida Bay. New Orleans-styles hors d’oeuvres will be served, and five professional magicians and a Mardi Gras-themed party will keep you entertained.
Yearbooks 
Yearbooks are $70 this week. Only about 30 more yearbooks are available for purchase. When the yearbooks come in, the price will increase to $85 if there are any left. Everyone who has purchased a yearbook will be invited to a yearbook signing pizza party on Thursday, May 18 during 7th period. See Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa to reserve yours!

There will be a meeting today after school for the Future Business Leaders of America in Room 2201.
 
Leadership applications are now available on the school’s website under Student Forms.  If you listed leadership as a top elective choice, please complete the application found online and turn it in to Ms. Rosenow’s mailbox or room 4-105 by 3:00 on Friday May 5th.  
 
Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•     



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, May 1st ,  2017

Mark Your Calendar Seniors!

There will be a mandatory senior meeting in the PAC on Tuesday, May 16th at 8am. Seniors without a 1st period are required to be in the PAC by 8AM.

Thank you.
Congratulations to Julianne Jankowski 2017 Miss Coral Shores and her Court
First Runner Up-Alexis Romero
Second Runner Up-Kailey Seiler 
Miss Congeniality-Tori Aucamp
Judy Hoke Award-Emma Marsden
All Track and Field athletes this year see coach James in the ISS room today during lunch or after school.
Purchase a “Kiss a senior good-bye” candy-gram—on sale all week at both lunches. Let them know you care – only a dollar.
Prom Tickets 
Remember to get your prom tickets this week! They are now $75 plus two canned goods. The school store will be open every day during lunch from now until prom. This year, the prom will still be at the Hilton in Key Largo, but it will be in a new location than past years – a ballroom overlooking the beautiful Florida Bay. New Orleans-styles hors d’oeuvres will be served, and five professional magicians and a Mardi Gras-themed party will keep you entertained.
Yearbooks 
Yearbooks are $70 this week. Only about 30 more yearbooks are available for purchase. When the yearbooks come in, the price will increase to $85 if there are any left. Everyone who has purchased a yearbook will be invited to a yearbook signing pizza party on Thursday, May 18 during 7th period. See Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa to reserve yours!

There will be a meeting today after school for the Future Business Leaders of America in Room 2201.
In a few short weeks our seniors will be leaving us for their new horizons. Please support the Faculty Scholarship Fund by purchasing a “Kiss a senior good-bye” candy-gram. We will deliver your personalized note and Hershey Kisses to the graduates of your choice on May 18. Each costs one dollar.  Purchases available during both lunches from May1-12. So be double- good by kissing a senior good-bye and sending a kid to college.
Leadership applications are now available on the school’s website under Student Forms.  If you listed leadership as a top elective choice, please complete the application found online and turn it in to Ms. Rosenow’s mailbox or room 4-105 by 3:00 on Friday May 5th.  
Any girls interested in playing volleyball need to see Mrs. Ets-Hokin for try out information. Open gym will be on Mondays and Thursday 4-6 starting in May. 
All girls need to have a contract signed by the player and parent, try out packet, and current physical. Information will be handed out on Summer Volleyball camps at the Open Gym. Any girls with paperwork completed need to get it to Coach Ets-Hokin.
Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Craig    Beattie
•    Gabriella Cutchins
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Tatiana Cancel
•    Jade    Hanson



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, April 28th, 2017

Congratulations to Lily Costa for clearing 10’6 inches in the Pole Vault and qualifying for the State Championship Meet May 5th at IMG in Bradenton, FL.
In a few short weeks our seniors will be leaving us for their new horizons. Please support the Faculty Scholarship Fund by purchasing a “Kiss a senior good-bye” candy-gram. We will deliver your personalized note and Hershey Kisses to the graduates of your choice on May 18. Each costs one dollar.  Purchases available during both lunches from May1-12. So be double- good by kissing a senior good-bye and sending a kid to college.
Leadership applications are now available on the school’s website under Student Forms.  If you listed leadership as a top elective choice, please complete the application found online and turn it in to Ms. Rosenow’s mailbox or room 4-105 by 3:00 on Friday May 5th.  
Any girls interested in playing volleyball need to see Mrs. Ets-Hokin for try out information. Open gym will be on Mondays and Thursday 4-6 starting in May. All girls need to have a contract signed by the player and parent, try out packet, and current physical. Information will be handed out on Summer Volleyball camps at the Open Gym. Any girls with paperwork completed need to get it to Coach Ets-Hokin.
We will be having our annual Senior Send-Off Talent show next Thursday, May 4th and Friday, May 5th to raise money for senior scholarships.  If you are interested in singing, dancing, acting, or showing off one of your talents for the show, please see Ms. Z in her room as soon as possible to make arrangements.  You must be able to commit to a rehearsal to show Ms. Z your talent next week on Tuesday or Wednesday after school.  
Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
If you are interested in becoming part of an International Honor Society for Theater, please see Ms. Z in her room and fill in the application by next Friday, May 5th.  All current I T S members need to update their paperwork by Friday as well.  The induction ceremony will happen in late May.  
Project Graduation would like a commitment from you. If you plan on attending project graduation events, please give your $10 temporary donation to Abran Mendoza, Bailey Robinson or Mrs. Gonzalez. This donation will be refunded after the graduation ceremony as you board the buses for the events. Thank you!
Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. 

Prom tickets will be on sale at the school store every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during lunch. They are $70 plus two canned goods.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•     Elise    Anderson
•    Taylor Albury



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, April 27th, 2017

We will be having our annual Senior Send-Off Talent show next Thursday, May 4th and Friday, May 5th to raise money for senior scholarships.  If you are interested in singing, dancing, acting, or showing off one of your talents for the show, please see Ms. Z in her room as soon as possible to make arrangements.  You must be able to commit to a rehearsal to show Ms. Z your talent next week on Tuesday or Wednesday after school.  

Congratulations to Sam Baker and Aaron Heller for becoming the Hurricanes’ most recent Microsoft Office Specialists!  

Both Sam and Aaron will receive a financial gift from Monroe Compute$ and 3 college credits from a Florida college or University.  Sam will also be acknowledged as a Merit Scholar on his diploma when he graduates next month. 

Also congratulations to Stephen Platt and Jonathan Williams  for becoming Adobe Certified Associates in PhotoShop,   and to  Lauren Hutchings for earning her second Adobe certification in illustrator.

A special shout out goes to Melannie Rodas, Cassie Willis, Nick Norman, Lauren Perry  and Jesus Perez for getting the top five scores out of 38 tests yesterday!  You all rock!

Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
If you are interested in becoming part of an International Honor Society for Theater, please see Ms. Z in her room and fill in the application by next Friday, May 5th.  All current I T S members need to update their paperwork by Friday as well.  The induction ceremony will happen in late May.  
 The Prom closet is up and running. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205 if you would like to see what is available.

Project Graduation would like a commitment from you. If you plan on attending project graduation events, please give your $20 temporary donation to Abran Mendoza, Bailey Robinson or Mrs. Gonzalez. This donation will be refunded after the graduation ceremony as you board the buses for the events. Thank you!
Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. If you want to use another such as local photographer  Luis Melendi, You can visit www.melendiphotography.com or call him at 453-5441. Your senior year is coming soon!


Prom tickets will be on sale at the school store every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during lunch. They are $70 plus two canned goods.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Cody    Frier
•    Hanna Hernandez
•    Bryan     Placencia
•    Lauren Fundyk



CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, April 26th , 2017

Attention Seniors:
Please check the bulletin board for scholarship interview schedules.
Attention Varsity Tennis Players: Your team banquet is taking place on Wednesday, April 26th (tomorrow) at 4:00pm at Founders park.
 The Prom closet is up and running. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205 if you would like to see what is available.

There will not be an Interact meeting Tuesday. Elections for Interact officers will be held May 2nd . You can only vote if you are present. Lets have a full house to support the new officers for next year.
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Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. If you want to use another such as local photographer  Luis Melendi, You can visit www.melendiphotography.com or call him at 453-5441. Your senior year is coming soon!
______________________________________________________________________________

__Project Graduation would like a commitment from you. If you plan on attending project graduation events, please give your $20 temporary donation to Abran Mendoza, Bailey Robinson or Mrs. Gonzalez. This donation will be refunded after the graduation ceremony as you board the buses for the events. Thank you!
_______________________________________________________________________________

Prom tickets will be on sale at the school store every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during lunch. They are $70 plus two canned goods.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Annette    Guedes
•    Paige    Joyce
 


CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday,  April 25th  , 2017

Attention Varsity Tennis Players: Your team banquet is taking place on Wednesday, April 26th (tomorrow) at 4:00pm at Founders park.
There will be a meeting for Future Business Leaders of America right after school in room 2201.  We are discussing elections for officers next year. New members are welcome!
 The Prom closet is up and running. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205 if you would like to see what is available.

There will not be an Interact meeting Tuesday. Elections for Interact officers will be held May 2nd . You can only vote if you are present. Lets have a full house to support the new officers for next year.
___________________________________________________________________________________

Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. If you want to use another such as local photographer  Luis Melendi, You can visit www.melendiphotography.com or call him at 453-5441. Your senior year is coming soon!
______________________________________________________________________________

__Project Graduation would like a commitment from you. If you plan on attending project graduation events, please give your $20 temporary donation to Abran Mendoza, Bailey Robinson or Mrs. Gonzalez. This donation will be refunded after the graduation ceremony as you board the buses for the events. Thank you!
_______________________________________________________________________________

Prom tickets will be on sale at the school store every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during lunch. They are $70 plus two canned goods.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
Timothy    Cole

 
 
CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday,  April 24st , 2017

Reminder, Reminder!! Tomorrow is an early release day. If you do not have a first period class, you need to be here for 2nd period by 8:05. (repeat)
 
 
 
There will be a meeting for Future Business Leaders of America right after school in room 2201.  We are discussing elections for officers next year. New members are welcome!
 Interact members!  Join Rotarians for a road clean up! Today @ 6 pm. Meet at Circle K parking lot, mm 106 o/s.  Should take about 1 hour. 
Our Rotary Club alone received 33 scholarship applications from CSHS kiddos!  We would like to see how many Interact members can show up! We had  just ONE interacter show up for the last clean-up!
thanx for helping to spread the word~
There will not be an Interact meeting Tuesday. Elections for Interact officers will be held May 2nd . You can only vote if you are present. Lets have a full house to support the new officers for next year.
Teens 4 Oceans will be holding a meeting today after school in Ms. Rosenow’s room for students who are interested in running for an office for the 2017-2018 school year.  
 
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Today, Monday April 24th,  is the last day to turn in your book lists for the Superintendents Ultimate Readers Award.
 Please see Ms. Haddad if you have read and logged 15 books this year but have not turned them in yet.
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Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. If you want to use another such as local photographer  Luis Melendi, You can visit www.melendiphotography.com or call him at 453-5441. Your senior year is coming soon!
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Activities for today: Miss Coral Shores Rehearsal at 5pm
 
The Prom closet is up and running. Please see Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205 if you would like to see what is available. We have dresses, shoes, accessories, and a few men’s items as well.
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Seniors: are you excited for graduation night? Well, Project Graduation has some great events in store for you. The organizers of Project Graduation would like your commitment. By making a temporary donation of $20, you will secure your seat on the bus to this fantastic event. Upon entering the bus on graduation night, your money will be returned. Please give your temporary donation of $20 to Abran Mendoza, Bailey Robinson or Mrs. Gonzalez. For more information, please see Mrs. Gonzalez in room 2-205.
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Prom tickets will be on sale at the school store every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during lunch. They are $70 plus two canned goods.
 Weekend Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
Dylan Scheau
Justin Pawlikowski
Thomas Rodberg
Chase Hoffman
Daniel Koerperic
Nicholas Norman
Lauren Perry
 
 
 


  



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday,  April 21st , 2017

Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad
Captain: Rachael Clark
Co-Captain: Keri Lynn Lesko
Team Choreographer: Abigail Miner

Squad:
Bridget Rader
Brittany Gortva
Hannah Thomas
Heather Manfre
Juliet Aponte
Kaitlin Pooley
Meghan Foster
Ryleigh Zebendon
Shelby Albert
Skylynn Lindback
Tomisha Caldwell
Yaneysis Lopez
 Interact members!  Join Rotarians for a road clean up! .Monday, 4/24 @ 6 pm. Meet at Circle K parking lot, mm 106 o/s.  Should take about 1 hour.  
Our Rotary Club alone received 33 scholarship applications from CSHS kiddos!  We would like to see how many Interact members can show up! We had  just ONE interacter show up for the last clean-up!
thanx for helping to spread the word~
Teens 4 Oceans will be hosting officer elections on Monday, April 24th in Ms. Rosenow’s room. Please come  prepared for an idea or concept for next year.
Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. If you want to use another such as local photographer  Luis Melendi, You can visit www.melendiphotography.com or call him at 453-5441. Your senior year is coming soon!
 
Friday 4.21
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Somerset.  Game time: 7pm.
Softball Home vs. Mater Academy.  Game time: 4pm

Saturday 4.22
Band Car Wash at Coral Isle Church
NMSI Science Session #3 at 8:30am
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•     Kyle    Kraus
•    Jeronimo    Reynoso-Heaton•    


 
Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Teens 4 Oceans will be hosting officer elections on Monday, April 24th in Ms. Rosenow’s room. Please come  prepared for an idea or concept for next year.
Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. If you want to use another such as local photographer  Luis Melendi, You can visit www.melendiphotography.com or call him at 453-5441. Your senior year is coming soon!
Attention Underclassman Girls: All those interested in participating in soccer next school year please attend the brief soccer meeting tomorrow right school in the cafeteria. Please see Coach Fry or Coach Fazio if you have any questions. 
Canes Softball defeated Miami Christian yesterday in their final game of the 2017 season with a shut-out 10-0.
Ann Langley shut down the Vikings offense with 8 strikeouts.  The Canes offense was lead by Atlantis Hoeffsetter w/a home run and 3 RBI's and Hailey Pacyna had 2 RBI's.

The team finishes the season 9 wins 5 losses - it was a great re-building year for the program and we are excited for  the future of Canes Softball!  Great Job Team 1
 Prom tickets will be on sale at the school store every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during lunch. They are $70 plus two canned goods.
Attention All Varsity Tennis Players: Please stop by Coach Erin Fry’s office no later than Thursday to sign-up to volunteer at the Electric Co-Op Picnic this Saturday.
 Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
Canette dance team tryouts will be held April 18th-20th in the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center from 4-5:30.  You must have a completed Coral Shores Athletic Packet – including a sports physical – to participate.  Sports physicals can be completed in the AHEC clinic at KLS Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays or at Coral Shores Wednesdays and Fridays.  If you have questions please contact Mrs. Michelini
 

Wednesday 4.19
Canette tryouts at 3pm in the PAC

Thursday 4.20
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Palmer Trinity.  Game time: 7pm.
PLC meeting at 2:45pm
Canette tryouts at 3pm in the PAC
Cheerleading tryouts at 4pm in the GYM

Friday 4.21
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Somerset.  Game time: 7pm.
Softball Home vs. Mater Academy.  Game time: 4pm

Saturday 4.22
Band Car Wash at Coral Isle Church
NMSI Science Session #3 at 8:30am
   



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, April 17th, 2017


Attention Juniors – Rising Senior Photo Day with Herff Jones Photography will be Friday, May 26 during 2nd period. Please have your photo taken here in the PAC on this day. If you want to use another such as local photographer  Luis Melendi, You can visit www.melendiphotography.com or call him at 453-5441. Your senior year is coming soon!
Juniors and Seniors, tomorrow is the last day to get prom tickets for $65 plus two canned goods. After tomorrow, the price will increase to $70 plus two canned goods. You can buy your prom tickets at the school store during lunch.
Attention All Varsity Tennis Players: Please stop by Coach Erin Fry’s office no later than Thursday to sign-up to volunteer at the Electric Co-Op Picnic this Saturday.
 Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
Canette dance team tryouts will be held April 18th-20th in the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center from 4-5:30.  You must have a completed Coral Shores Athletic Packet – including a sports physical – to participate.  Sports physicals can be completed in the AHEC clinic at KLS Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays or at Coral Shores Wednesdays and Fridays.  If you have questions please contact Mrs. Michelini
Monday 4.17
Miss Coral Shores Rehearsal at 5pm

Tuesday 4.18
Canette tryouts at 3pm in the PAC
Cheerleading tryouts at 4pm in the GYM

Wednesday 4.19
Canette tryouts at 3pm in the PAC

Thursday 4.20
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Palmer Trinity.  Game time: 7pm.
PLC meeting at 2:45pm
Canette tryouts at 3pm in the PAC
Cheerleading tryouts at 4pm in the GYM

Friday 4.21
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Somerset.  Game time: 7pm.
Softball Home vs. Mater Academy.  Game time: 4pm

Saturday 4.22
Band Car Wash at Coral Isle Church
NMSI Science Session #3 at 8:30am
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•    Carly    Dehart
•    Isabel    Jacobsen
Happy   Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Kadrian    Williams
•    Simon    Orjuela
•    Haley    Guy
•    Summer    Kent
•    Roberto    Rivera




CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, April 13th, 2017

 Open Gym for all interested in playing volleyball from 3-6.
Seniors, don’t forget to submit your senior will to be featured on the Hurricane Watch Newspaper website. For instructions, see www.coralshoresnews.com and click on Senior Wills. 
YEARBOOK: Today is the last day to get your 2017 yearbook for $65. Tomorrow, the price increases to $70. If you want to reserve one today, see Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 before the end of the day or right after school.
Prom tickets are increasing in price on April 18. They are currently available in the school store during lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Right now they are $65 and two canned goods. On April 18, they will increase to $70. Please bring checks or cash to the school store Tuesdays or Thursdays.
Attention All Varsity Tennis Players: Please stop by Coach Erin Fry’s office no later than Thursday to sign-up to volunteer at the Electric Co-Op Picnic this Saturday.
 Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
Canette dance team tryouts will be held April 18th-20th in the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center from 4-5:30.  You must have a completed Coral Shores Athletic Packet – including a sports physical – to participate.  Sports physicals can be completed in the AHEC clinic at KLS Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays or at Coral Shores Wednesdays and Fridays.  If you have questions please contact Mrs. Michelini
Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.
Activities and Sports for the Week
Thursday 4/13
Varsity Baseball vs. Florida Christian.  Game time: 7pm.  A message will go out of players need to leave campus before 2:30/
Friday 4/14
District Professional Day – No School for Students
AVID Field Trip – College Tour
Saturday 4/15
Florida Keys Electric Coop Picnic/Member Appreciation: Registration at 11, Lunch 11-1, Meeting at 1
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•    Moira    Knowles




CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, April 11th , 2017

INTERACT members! Today is the last day to submit your name and  a written commitment to why you would like to be an Interact officer next year. Voting will take place last Tuesday of April. There are still opportunities to volunteer , make sure if you are a senior to show up to all the meetings.
Ads for Miss Coral Shores has been extended till Friday-Please drop these off to Miss Trish 
Tomorrow is the last day when you can order a 2017 yearbook for $65. On Thursday, the price goes up to $70. Checks can be made out to Coral Shores High School and turned in to Ms. Susa in Room 2-223. Reserve yours tomorrow before the price goes up!
Prom tickets are increasing in price on April 18. They are currently available in the school store during lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Right now they are $65 and two canned goods. On April 18, they will increase to $70. Please bring checks or cash to the school store Tuesdays or Thursdays.
Attention All Varsity Tennis Players: Please stop by Coach Erin Fry’s office no later than Thursday to sign-up to volunteer at the Electric Co-Op Picnic this Saturday.
 Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
Canette dance team tryouts will be held April 18th-20th in the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center from 4-5:30.  You must have a completed Coral Shores Athletic Packet – including a sports physical – to participate.  Sports physicals can be completed in the AHEC clinic at KLS Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays or at Coral Shores Wednesdays and Fridays.  If you have questions please contact Mrs Michelini
Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.
Activties and Sports for the Week
Tuesday 4/11
Softball Home vs. Island Christian School.  Game time: 6pm
Wednesday 4/12
FSA ELA Reading Grade 9 Session 2 
SAC at 6pm in the Library
JV Baseball Home vs. Florida Christian.  Game time: 6pm. 
Thursday 4/13
Varsity Baseball vs. Florida Christian.  Game time: 7pm.  A message will go out of players need to leave campus before 2:30/
Friday 4/14
District Professional Day – No School for Students
AVID Field Trip – College Tour
Saturday 4/15
Florida Keys Electric Coop Picnic/Member Appreciation: Registration at 11, Lunch 11-1, Meeting at 1
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•    Craig Tagliareni




CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, April 10th , 2017

Attention All Varsity Tennis Players: Please stop by Coach Erin Fry’s office no later than Thursday to sign-up to volunteer at the Electric Co-Op Picnic this Saturday.


 Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
The 2017 yearbook is finished and is being printed! Pre-order a 2017 yearbook for $65 from Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa! They are $65 through April.

Varsity Baseball home game starts at 7pm Friday.
Canette dance team tryouts will be held April 18th-20th in the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center from 4-5:30.  You must have a completed Coral Shores Athletic Packet – including a sports physical – to participate.  Sports physicals can be completed in the AHEC clinic at KLS Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays or at Coral Shores Wednesdays and Fridays.  If you have questions please contact Mrs Michelini
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Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.




Activties and Sports for the Week
Monday 4/10
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Rockledge HS.  Game time: 7pm
Tuesday 4/11
FSA ELA Reading Grade 9 Session 1 
Softball Home vs. Island Christian School.  Game time: 6pm
Wednesday 4/12
FSA ELA Reading Grade 9 Session 2 
SAC at 6pm in the Library
JV Baseball Home vs. Florida Christian.  Game time: 6pm. 

Thursday 4/13
Varsity Baseball vs. Florida Christian.  Game time: 7pm.  A message will go out of players need to leave campus before 2:30/

Friday 4/14
District Professional Day – No School for Students
AVID Field Trip – College Tour

Saturday 4/15
Florida Keys Electric Coop Picnic/Member Appreciation: Registration at 11, Lunch 11-1, Meeting at 1


Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•    Alexis Beckman
•    Gabriel Rubiales




CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday April 6th, 2017

Please release the girl’s lacrosse players at 12:45 today for their district match in Key West.
Are you creative in the kitchen?  Do you love books?  The Islamorada Public Library has a great way to combine the two.  On Tuesday, April 11th in Celebration of National Library Week, they will be holding an Edible Book Contest.  Create an edible representation of your favorite book and you could win cash prizes.  For more information see Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center or contact the Islamorada Public Library to pick up an entry form.  
 Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
The 2017 yearbook is finished and is being printed! Pre-order a 2017 yearbook for $65 from Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa! They are $65 through April.

Varsity Baseball home game starts at 7pm Friday.
Canette dance team tryouts will be held April 18th-20th in the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center from 4-5:30.  You must have a completed Coral Shores Athletic Packet – including a sports physical – to participate.  Sports physicals can be completed in the AHEC clinic at KLS Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays or at Coral Shores Wednesdays and Fridays.  If you have questions please contact Mrs Michelini
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Attention Senior Class!  It is not too late to sign up for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.  Also, please pay the balance owed as soon as possible for those of you that have already signed up.
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Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Bring your admission ticket, photo id, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, a sweater and some snacks.  See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have questions.
Anyone interested in community service hour see Ms. Truesdale to volunteer this Sunday, April 9th for the Kindness Festival at Morada Way Arts District in Islamorada.  Volunteers are needed to help set up and run events as well as take down and clean up.  Volunteer times are from 
Noon – 3:00 pm and 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.



The Elks Club on Tavernier is seeking a few volunteers to help with their Easter party from 10:00 am to Noon.  See Ms. Truesdale in room 
4-202 to sign up for either event.
Chaos theory will be starting up again in the P.A.C. Next Wednesday April 12th.
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Monday, April 10th  is going to be a dress up day in honor of the teachers retiring this year.  Let’s show our love for Mr. Ellsworth, Mrs. Ellsworth or Mrs. Coopersmith by dressing up as one of them on Monday April 10th!  
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Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.

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The jv baseball team lost to Westminster Christian last night 7 to 3.  Jason Filpes and Dillion Walters pitched great and held Westminster to 4 earned runs which is quite the feat 

Offensively the canes were led by max lindsey, zack webb, noah leach, and kyle richards

Defensively Ryan Delatorre, kyle richards, perry carlson and zack webb played a great game

The young canes are now .500 for the season

With the team not steering away from tough competition they will face Florida Christian at founders park next Wednesday


Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•    Alexis Beckman
•    Gabriel Rubiales



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, March 31th 

Please congratulate the following students for being elected to serve as our Student Government Officers for next year.   
Historian: Katie Robinson
Treasurer: Sofia Gonzalez
Secretary: Lily Costa
Vice President: Ryan Mackenzie
President: Paige Joyce 

Any student who is interested in running for a class office next year (Pres, Vice Pres, Secretary and Treasurer) must attend a mandatory meeting on Friday April 7th in Ms. Rosenow’s room, 4-105,  immediately after school.   
Are you creative in the kitchen?  Do you love books?  The Islamorada Public Library has a great way to combine the two.  On Tuesday, April 11th in Celebration of National Library Week, they will be holding an Edible Book Contest.  Create an edible representation of your favorite book and you could win cash prizes.  For more information see Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center or contact the Islamorada Public Library to pick up an entry form.  
Canette dance team tryouts will be held April 18th-20th in the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center from 4-5:30.  You must have a completed Coral Shores Athletic Packet – including a sports physical – to participate.  Sports physicals can be completed in the AHEC clinic at KLS Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays or at Coral Shores Wednesdays and Fridays.  If you have questions please contact Mrs Michelini
Attention all baseball, softball, tennis, track and lacrosse players:

Effective Monday, April 3, 2017,  we are amending the attendance expectations/requirements for student athletes to read:  
In order to participate in athletics on any given day—practice or contest-- you must be in attendance ALL day with NO tardies.  Approved school related absences are excused.  

Note:  The principal and/or his designees will determine any individual exceptions based on extenuating circumstances that can be substantiated.  

Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
The 2017 yearbook is finished and is being printed! Pre-order a 2017 yearbook for $65 from Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa! They are $65 through April. 
Attention Senior Class!  It is not too late to sign up for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.  Also, please pay the balance owed as soon as possible for those of you that have already signed up.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:
Friday 3/31
Softball Home vs. LaSalle game time: 6pm.

Saturday 4/1
Softball Home vs. Foundation Christian Academy game time: 12pm.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, March 30th 

Attention all baseball, softball, tennis, track and lacrosse players:

Effective Monday, April 3, 2017,  we are amending the attendance expectations/requirements for student athletes to read:  
In order to participate in athletics on any given day—practice or contest-- you must be in attendance ALL day with NO tardies.  Approved school related absences are excused.  

Note:  The principal and/or his designees will determine any individual exceptions based on extenuating circumstances that can be substantiated.  

The jv baseball squad won last night against the Palmer Trinity Falcons at Founders park 5 - 4.  The young ball team had great pitching by Nick Dimmagio and Perry Carlson 
Offensively the Canes were led by Juan Gonzalez, Yaxel Vallederes, Dylan Walters, Zack Webb and Max Lindsey

Defensively Zack Webb, Jason Filpes, Max Lindsey and Kyle Richards made great plays 

The team is now on a 3 game win streak and have 5 wins and 3 losses.  Next up is Westminster Christian

Way to go JV squad

Interact members, if you did not attend the meeting on Tuesday and are interested in becoming an officer, and have been an active  Interact member , attended meetings, participated in the Upper Keys Nautical Flea Market and  Key Largo Rotary fundraisers and would like to run for office, we will start accepting names for the following positions -President, Vice president, Secretary and Treasurer. . Please see Mrs. Kelley. You will be required to submit a written presentation of why you ,would be the best choice for any of these positions along with the community service  hours you have earned in 2016-17.   Your resume to qualify will be reviewed by Mrs. Kelley and the visiting Rotarians for the club.


Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
The 2017 yearbook is finished and is being printed! Pre-order a 2017 yearbook for $65 from Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa! They are $65 through April. 
It is time we Spread the Word to End the Word™ and build awareness for society to stop and think about its’ use of the R-word. Use of that R-word, “retard” or “retarded,” is hurtful and painful and whether intended or not, is a form of bullying. Most people don’t think of this word as hate speech, but that’s exactly what it feels like to millions of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and friends. The R-word is just as cruel and offensive as any other slur.    Please join Student Council and our school’s Project Unify team and sign the pledge this Friday during lunch to end the use of the R word.   

Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.

Attention Senior Class!  It is not too late to sign up for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.  Also, please pay the balance owed as soon as possible for those of you that have already signed up.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:
Thursday 3/30
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto (JV) game time: 4:30 pm.

Friday 3/31
Softball Home vs. LaSalle game time: 6pm.

Saturday 4/1
Softball Home vs. Foundation Christian Academy game time: 12pm.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, March 29

Interact members, if you did not attend the meeting on Tuesday and are interested in becoming an officer, and have been an active  Interact member , attended meetings, participated in the Upper Keys Nautical Flea Market and  Key Largo Rotary fundraisers and would like to run for office, we will start accepting names for the following positions -President, Vice president, Secretary and Treasurer. . Please see Mrs. Kelley. You will be required to submit a written presentation of why you ,would be the best choice for any of these positions along with the community service  hours you have earned in 2016-17.   Your resume to qualify will be reviewed by Mrs. Kelley and the visiting Rotarians for the club.
Congratulations to the Lady Canes lacrosse team on winning their 11th game of the season last night vs Palmetto High School. The ladies are now 11-1 on the year! In a close defensive game the Cane’s toppled the Panthers 6-3 with Emma Upchurch leading the scoring with 3 goals and an assist; the other 3 goals were scored by Emily “ET” Thomson, Kyrie Foote and Mallory Hudson. The defense played a very strong game with Carolyn Barrow in goal and Emily Ruiz, Jessica Goodwin, Lorena Perez and Paige Joyce anchoring the defense. Next up for the Lady Canes is the District Tournament which starts next Tuesday in Key West. Good luck Lady Canes!
Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad will be taking place in April. Please stop by the front office to pick up an information sheet and place your name on the sign up form.
The 2017 yearbook is finished and is being printed! Pre-order a 2017 yearbook for $65 from Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, Lauren Farr, Delaney Hoag, or Ms. Susa! They are $65 through April. 
It is time we Spread the Word to End the Word™ and build awareness for society to stop and think about its’ use of the R-word. Use of that R-word, “retard” or “retarded,” is hurtful and painful and whether intended or not, is a form of bullying. Most people don’t think of this word as hate speech, but that’s exactly what it feels like to millions of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and friends. The R-word is just as cruel and offensive as any other slur.    Please join Student Council and our school’s Project Unify team and sign the pledge this Friday during lunch to end the use of the R word.   

Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.

Attention Senior Class!  It is not too late to sign up for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.  Also, please pay the balance owed as soon as possible for those of you that have already signed up.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:
Thursday 3/30
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto (JV) game time: 4:30 pm.

Friday 3/31
Softball Home vs. LaSalle game time: 6pm.

Saturday 4/1
Softball Home vs. Foundation Christian Academy game time: 12pm.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, March 28th  

It is time we Spread the Word to End the Word™ and build awareness for society to stop and think about its’ use of the R-word. Use of that R-word, “retard” or “retarded,” is hurtful and painful and whether intended or not, is a form of bullying. Most people don’t think of this word as hate speech, but that’s exactly what it feels like to millions of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and friends. The R-word is just as cruel and offensive as any other slur.    Please join Student Council and our school’s Project Unify team and sign the pledge this Friday during lunch to end the use of the R word.   

Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.

Attention Senior Class!  It is not too late to sign up for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.  Also, please pay the balance owed as soon as possible for those of you that have already signed up.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:
Monday 3/27
Tennis Home vs. Mater Lakes Highs School start time: 2:30pm.
Girls Lacrosse (JV) Home vs. Ransom Everglades game time: 4pm.
Ms. Coral Shores Practice at 5pm

Wednesday 3/29
JV Baseball Home vs. Palmer Trinity game time: 4pm
Varsity Baseball vs. Palmer Trinity game time: 4pm.  Players leave campus approximately 12:30.
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. LaSalle game time: 5pm.

Thursday 3/30
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto (JV) game time: 4:30 pm.

Friday 3/31
Softball Home vs. LaSalle game time: 6pm.

Saturday 4/1
Softball Home vs. Foundation Christian Academy game time: 12pm.

Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Mathew Sisko
•    Mariano Castillo-Beovides
•    Ivan    Alvarez
•    Pedro    Diaz Lopez



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, March 27th 

It is time we Spread the Word to End the Word™ and build awareness for society to stop and think about its’ use of the R-word. Use of that R-word, “retard” or “retarded,” is hurtful and painful and whether intended or not, is a form of bullying. Most people don’t think of this word as hate speech, but that’s exactly what it feels like to millions of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and friends. The R-word is just as cruel and offensive as any other slur.    Please join Student Council and our school’s Project Unify team and sign the pledge this Friday during lunch to end the use of the R word.   

Prom tickets are on sale for $65 and two canned goods in the school store during lunch. Get your tickets before the price increases! 



Attention Senior Class!  It is not too late to sign up for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.  Also, please pay the balance owed as soon as possible for those of you that have already signed up.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:
Monday 3/27
Tennis Home vs. Mater Lakes Highs School start time: 2:30pm.
Girls Lacrosse (JV) Home vs. Ransom Everglades game time: 4pm.
Ms. Coral Shores Practice at 5pm

Wednesday 3/29
JV Baseball Home vs. Palmer Trinity game time: 4pm
Varsity Baseball vs. Palmer Trinity game time: 4pm.  Players leave campus approximately 12:30.
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. LaSalle game time: 5pm.

Thursday 3/30
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto (JV) game time: 4:30 pm.

Friday 3/31
Softball Home vs. LaSalle game time: 6pm.

Saturday 4/1
Softball Home vs. Foundation Christian Academy game time: 12pm.

Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Mathew Sisko
•    Mariano Castillo-Beovides
•    Ivan    Alvarez
•    Pedro    Diaz Lopez



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, March 24th 

Who do YOU think deserves the coveted title of Mr. Coral Shores? The contestants for the 2017 Mr. Coral Shores event are: Derrick Davis, Valente Reynoso-Heaton, Robby Majeska, Jonathan Babbich, Zybo Marchetti, and Juan Villalobos. Mr. Coral Shores will be held this Saturday, March 25 in the PAC. Tickets are on sale with at the school store at lunch for $5 or you can get tickets at the door for $7. Come see this hilarious event, which is a prom fundraiser.
Attention all AP Language and AP Literature students, please sign up for our last Study Session #3 which will be held this Saturday 3/25 8:30-12:30 by going to our Coral Shores web page and clicking on the correct class and registering for this important study session. Less than 30 days before AP exams!!

Prom tickets are on sale for $65 and two canned goods in the school store during lunch. Get your tickets before the price increases to after next Friday! 

Matchomatics results will also be on sale in the school store during lunch for $2 each


Attention Senior Class!  It is not too late to sign up for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.  Also, please pay the balance owed as soon as possible for those of you that have already signed up.
If you are interested in singing, please come to Ms. Z's classroom, 5-109, at 3:00pm today. Ms. G will be leading the music, and you will be working on Bohemian Rhapsody and Beatles music.
The JV baseball team evened up their record yesterday to 4 wins and 4 losses.  The young baseball squad beat Palmer Trinity 3 to 0. 

Great offensive showing by Dylan Walters, Perry Carlson and Zack Webb

The canes got great defense by Zack Webb, Max Lindsey, Dylan Walters, Kyle Richards and Ryan DeLaTorre

Jason Filpes pitched 6 innings of shut out ball and Dylan Walters closed out the 7th
Join Teens 4 Oceans this Sunday from 11am-1pm at Snake Creek Marina to complete a mangrove cleanup.   Wear shoes that can get wet and bring a refillable water bottle.    Earn community service and clean up our community at the same time.   Some kayaks and paddleboards will be provided for those students who wish to clean up along the water’s edge.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:


Friday 3/24
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto game time: 5pm
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. Gulliver Prep game time: 7pm
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Curley game time: 7pm
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Jonathon    Rroshi



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, March 23

Congratulations to the Lady Canes lacrosse team for finishing their district play last night with an undefeated 6-0 district record! The Ladies steamrolled over Gulliver Prep with a 18-3 win, the half-time score was 15-0. Scoring for the Canes were Emily “ET” Thomson with 6 goals, Emma Upchurch scored 4, Kyrie Foot scored 3, Jess Goodwin scored 2, and Caitlin Wolf, Gina Hernandez & Kyla Catarineau all scored 1 goal each. Defensively, the Canes were very strong preventing Gulliver from even having a shot in the first half. Way to play Lady Canes!

Attention all AP Language and AP Literature students, please sign up for our last Study Session #3 which will be held this Saturday 3/25 8:30-12:30 by going to our Coral Shores web page and clicking on the correct class and registering for this important study session. Less than 30 days before AP exams!!
Prom tickets are on sale for $65 in the school store during lunch. Get your tickets before the price increases to $75 at the end of next week!



Congratulations to the Lady Canes lacrosse team for finishing their district play last night with an undefeated 6-0 district record! The Ladies steamrolled over Gulliver Prep with a 18-3 win, the half-time score was 15-0. Scoring for the Canes were Emily “ET” Thomson with 6 goals, Emma Upchurch scored 4, Kyrie Foot scored 3, Jess Goodwin scored 2, and Caitlin Wolf, Gina Hernandez & Kyla Catarineau all scored 1 goal each. Defensively, the Canes were very strong preventing Gulliver from even having a shot in the first half. Way to play Lady Canes!

Want to know who your perfect match at Coral Shores is? Matchomatics results are on sale through tomorrow at lunch for $2. Or, you can find a junior class officer – Halley, Paige, Kailey, or Sofia – and request your results. Matchomatics is a prom fundraiser.
Who do YOU think deserves the coveted title of Mr. Coral Shores? The contestants for the 2017 Mr. Coral Shores event are: Derrick Davis, Valente Reynoso-Heaton, Ralph Howell, Gianni Proenza, Cullen Kennedy, Robby Majeska, Jonathan Babbich, and Zybo Marchetti. Mr. Coral Shores will be held this Saturday, March 25 in the PAC. Tickets are on sale with the junior class officers at lunch for $5 or you can get tickets at the door for $7. Come see this hilarious event, which is a prom fundraiser. 
Join Teens 4 Oceans this Sunday from 11am-1pm at Snake Creek Marina to complete a mangrove cleanup.   Wear shoes that can get wet and bring a refillable water bottle.    Earn community service and clean up our community at the same time.   Some kayaks and paddleboards will be provided for those students who wish to clean up along the water’s edge.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:

Thursday 3/23
JV Baseball Home vs. Palmer Trinity game time: 4pm.  First home game for the JV team please come out and support our team.

Friday 3/24
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto game time: 5pm
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. Gulliver Prep game time: 7pm
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Curley game time: 7pm
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Jacob Dillon
•    Kyle Gonsalves
•    Destiny Ruiz



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, March 21th 

Congratulations CSH Track and Field team Vs. Marathon 3/21

Coral Shores Girls won 62 to Marathon 51 points
Coral Shores Boys won 79 to Marathon 52 points

The following are the athletes who placed either first or second place in their event:

Girls 4x800 Relay :Sarianna Hale, Karen (Hannah) Holland, Molly Hunter, & Makaela Sowder
 
Girls 100 Hurdles: Makaela Sowder & Natalie Rader
 
Girls 4x100 Relay: Hadley Dobson, Makenzie Wright, Genessa Miranda, & Yaire Mollinda
 
Girls 400 Meters: Makenzie Wright
 
Girls Discus: Halley Lane, Brianna Glascock, & Ruby Rey
 
Boys 110 Hurdles: Noah Hane & Ben Thomas
 
Boys 100 meters: Edgar Gutierrez & Christopher Griffith
 
Boys 4x100 Relay: Lorenzo Scott, Eijah Woods, Anthony Cosme, & Tanaris Walker
 
Boys 400 meters: Chandler Rowland, Jay Kubida, & Derrick Davis
 
Boys 300 hurdles: Noah Hane & Ben Thomas
 
Boys shot and discus: Dustin Chamberlain
 
Outstanding performance by both the Canes girls and boys!
 Great job Canes! 
Attention all AP Language and AP Literature students, please sign up for our last Study Session #3 which will be held this Saturday 3/25 8:30-12:30 by going to our Coral Shores web page and clicking on the correct class and registering for this important study session. Less than 30 days before AP exams!!
Prom tickets are on sale for $65 in the school store during lunch. Get your tickets before the price increases to $75 at the end of next week!
Want to know who your perfect match at Coral Shores is? Matchomatics results are on sale through tomorrow at lunch for $2. Or, you can find a junior class officer – Halley, Paige, Kailey, or Sofia – and request your results. Matchomatics is a prom fundraiser.
Who do YOU think deserves the coveted title of Mr. Coral Shores? The contestants for the 2017 Mr. Coral Shores event are: Derrick Davis, Valente Reynoso-Heaton, Ralph Howell, Gianni Proenza, Cullen Kennedy, Robby Majeska, Jonathan Babbich, and Zybo Marchetti. Mr. Coral Shores will be held this Saturday, March 25 in the PAC. Tickets are on sale with the junior class officers at lunch for $5 or you can get tickets at the door for $7. Come see this hilarious event, which is a prom fundraiser. 
Join Teens 4 Oceans this Sunday from 11am-1pm at Snake Creek Marina to complete a mangrove cleanup.   Wear shoes that can get wet and bring a refillable water bottle.    Earn community service and clean up our community at the same time.   Some kayaks and paddleboards will be provided for those students who wish to clean up along the water’s edge.
Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:

Wednesday 3/22
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Gulliver Prep game time 5pm.
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. Key West game time 7pm.

Thursday 3/23
JV Baseball Home vs. Palmer Trinity game time: 4pm.  First home game for the JV team please come out and support our team.

Friday 3/24
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto game time: 5pm
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. Gulliver Prep game time: 7pm
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Curley game time: 7pm
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Cameron El-Koury
•    Marco    Fucaraccio




CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, March 21th 

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Join Teens 4 Oceans this Sunday from 11am-1pm at Snake Creek Marina to complete a mangrove cleanup.   Wear shoes that can get wet and bring a refillable water bottle.    Earn community service and clean up our community at the same time.   Some kayaks and paddleboards will be provided for those students who wish to clean up along the water’s edge.
If you enjoyed the singing in Phantom of the Opera, you could have an opportunity to make music yourself!
Join Ms. Z in her classroom today from 3- 4:30 as we begin a spring singing group!
We will focus on singing acapella to train our voices and ears, and will be working on music from the Beatles and feature other songs such as Bohemian Rhapsody.
If you are unable to join after school today, come and talk to Ms. Z in her room, 5-109.  
Matchomatics results are in! Who do you match up with? You can buy your results at lunch for $2 to find our perfect matches at Coral Shores! This benefit raises money for prom. 
Come see Sophomore, Junior, and Senior boys compete for the coveted title of Mr. Coral Shores! Mr. Coral Shores will be held this Saturday, March 25 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door. You can get advance tickets from Ms. Susa in room 2-223 all this week during B lunch or after school. This is also a prom fundraiser.  Any sophomore, junior, or senior boy who would like to compete should see Ms. Susa in room 2-223 today or tomorrow. Rehearsal for Mr. Coral Shores will be Wednesday after school.
.Come out and support Coral Shores Athletics Home Games for the week:

Tuesday 3/21
Track Home vs. Marathon start time: 3:30 pm.

Wednesday 3/22
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Gulliver Prep game time 5pm.
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. Key West game time 7pm.

Thursday 3/23
JV Baseball Home vs. Palmer Trinity game time: 4pm.  First home game for the JV team please come out and support our team.

Friday 3/24
Girls Lacrosse Home vs. Palmetto game time: 5pm
Boys Lacrosse Home vs. Gulliver Prep game time: 7pm
Varsity Baseball Home vs. Curley game time: 7pm
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    James Britton






CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, March 9th 
    
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Attention Varsity Tennis Team: Please report to the tennis court immediately afterschool for your team photo.
Class rings are IN! If you ordered a class ring, see Ms. Susa today in room 2-223 during this period or 7th period! Again, your class rings are HERE!

If you are in need of community service hours, consider announcing the softball line-up, playing the national anthem, and warm-up music for Friday’s home game vs. Mater Academy at 4:00. See Mrs. Lozano in the front office if you are interested.
Please dismiss the softball team today at 1:30 for their game vs. Island Christian. Go Canes!
Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.
There is a FREE online course from Iowa State University on Animal Science. If you are considering a career as a veterinarian, you will enjoy this free course! See Ms. Harris for details, or pick up a flyer on the main bulletin board!
Attention all seniors who are considering attending community college next year and have not taken the SAT or ACT.  The PERT test can keep you from having to take and pay for a remedial Math or English in college.  You ONLY have two chances left to take the PERT this year:

The PERT dates are this Friday, March 10 @ 9:00am, and Monday, April 24 at 1:00pm at Coral Shores.
“Attention Seniors!  It’s not too late to pay for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.”
Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:
Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring a calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.
Seniors: Please check the CS website for scholarship applications. There are currently 18 scholarships posted and more to come! Check deadlines on the bulletin board or website for details!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Christian    Ignacio




CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, March 8th 

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Historical track meet yesterday in Key West with Coral Shores, Marathon and Key West competing together. Outstanding Job by all the members of the track team yesterday. 

A special shout out to the Project Unify team winning the 4x100 Relay in first place for both girls and boys. 

Congratulations-
Rosa Rodas
Kanvis Frails
Jaime Aucamp
Victoria Aucamp

Boys
Will Mutz
Daniel McMahon
Christian Frisone
Jodi Hortensi

A special thank you for Coach James for practicing with the team and Mallory Hudson.
Hurricanes shredded the Marathon Dolphins  last night on the baseball diamond 10-0

Jose Lima and Aiden Hawkins owned the Dolphins. Jose Lima struck out 13 Marathon batters and only allowed only 2 hits in the night. Jake Curry and Bryce Bynum got 2 hits in the night. Ty Harrelson, Aiden Hawkins, Bryce Bynum, Sean Walters, Cameron Carter, Edward Jankowski and Justin Terry all scored for the Canes.Aiden Hawkins got 3 hits out of 4 at bats. 

Your Hurricanes are 5-0 in the season and have won the last 3 game by 10 runs or more
Congratulations to the Lady Canes Lacrosse Team on their blow-out district win over the Palmer Trinity Falcons last night. The Canes’ rolled the Falcons 15-1 and moved to 7-1 on the season and remained undefeated in district play. Scoring for the Canes were Mallory Hudson with 4 goals, Gina Hernandez, Emily “ET Phone Home” Thomson and Kyrie Foote all scored 2 goals. Jess Goodwin, Marissa Darrow, Gigi Matos, Caitlin Wolf and Macey Harrelson all scored a goal apiece! The defense Jess Jorgensen, Lorena Perez, Paige Joyce & Emily Ruiz along with great midfield defense held the Falcons to only 3 shots and one goal for the night. Way to play Lady Canes!
We will be hosting another edition of The Chaos Theory Project today, after school featuring music from the Beatles and Twenty One Pilots.  We will also have a backstage lesson on stage rigging.
Are you interested in a career in Health Care? Would you like to spend a fun week experiencing a variety of health professions this summer? See Nurse Shannon for information or an application packet.
The 6 junior boys going to Boy’s State still need to interview at the Elks Club tomorrow night at 7:00pm.
There is a FREE online course from Iowa State University on Animal Science. If you are considering a career as a veterinarian, you will enjoy this free course! See Ms. Harris for details, or pick up a flyer on the main bulletin board!
Attention all seniors who are considering attending community college next year and have not taken the SAT or ACT.  The PERT test can keep you from having to take and pay for a remedial Math or English in college.  You ONLY have two chances left to take the PERT this year:

The PERT dates are this Friday, March 10 @ 9:00am, and Monday, April 24 at 1:00pm at Coral Shores.
“Attention Seniors!  It’s not too late to pay for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.”
Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:
Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring a calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.
Seniors: Please check the CS website for scholarship applications. There are currently 18 scholarships posted and more to come! Check deadlines on the bulletin board or website for details!




CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, March 7th 

We will be hosting another edition of The Chaos Theory Project on Wednesday, after school featuring music from the Beatles and Twenty One Pilots.  We will also have a backstage lesson on stage rigging.

“Attention Seniors!  It’s not too late to pay for Grad Bash, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.”

Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Tennis team on yesterday’s win against Key West. Shout out goes to freshman Lauren Fundyk on her first varsity win for the season with a score of 9-7! Katie and Bailey Robinson still stand as undefeated in doubles. Rebecca Galavan and Jordan Schipper played the #1 doubles match and won as well!

-Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Tennis team on their win against Key West yesterday. Freshman, RJ Lindback took home a win with a score of 9-7! Doubles team, Will Coffin and Mason Baker also won with a score of 6-4. Jack Yeager won his singles match in the #1 spot. Followed by Keven Guerrero who also brought home a win!

There is a FREE online course from Iowa State University on Animal Science. If you are considering a career as a veterinarian, you will enjoy this free course! See Ms. Harris for details, or pick up a flyer on the main bulletin board!
Attention all seniors who are considering attending community college next year and have not taken the SAT or ACT.  The PERT test can keep you from having to take and pay for a remedial Math or English in college.  You ONLY have two chances left to take the PERT this year:

The PERT dates are this Friday, March 10 @ 9:00am, and Monday, April 24 at 1:00pm at Coral Shores.
Wednesday, March 8th the Key Club will be making bagged lunches for the homeless shelter in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school.  Opportunities for leadership, community service, and future projects will be discussed.  See you there!

Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:
Please park in the Wren Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring a calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

Seniors: Please check the CS website for scholarship applications. There are currently 18 scholarships posted and more to come! Check deadlines on the bulletin board or website for details!

Attention all JV and Varsity Basketball players. The basketball banquette will be held next Thursday March 9th at 6:30 at Sundowners in Key Largo. If you plan on attending you must let Coach Hurst know by the end of the day tomorrow. Stop by Coach Hurst room, room 4-221, and tell him in person so he can give you an information sheet for your parents.

The Academic Challenge team will meet during 7th period in the media center. No after school practice today.

  Sophomore and Junior boys: Are you interested in becoming the next Mr. Coral Shores on March 25? See Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 after school or during B lunch any day this week. For tickets to this fun-filled prom fundraiser, see Ms. Susa. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door.
Sophomore and Junior boys: Are you interested in becoming the next Mr. Coral Shores on March 25? See Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 after school or during B lunch any day this week. For tickets to this fun-filled prom fundraiser, see Ms. Susa. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Heather Manfre
•    Mia Ruiz




CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, March 6th 

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Seniors: Please check the CS website for scholarship applications. There are currently 18 scholarships posted and more to come! Check deadlines on the bulletin board or website for details!

Attention all JV and Varsity Basketball players. The basketball banquette will be held next Thursday March 9th at 6:30 at Sundowners in Key Largo. If you plan on attending you must let Coach Hurst know by the end of the day tomorrow. Stop by Coach Hurst room, room 4-221, and tell him in person so he can give you an information sheet for your parents.

The Academic Challenge team will meet during 7th period in the media center. No after school practice today.
  Sophomore and Junior boys: Are you interested in becoming the next Mr. Coral Shores on March 25? See Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 after school or during B lunch any day this week. For tickets to this fun-filled prom fundraiser, see Ms. Susa. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

Sophomore and Junior boys: Are you interested in becoming the next Mr. Coral Shores on March 25? See Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 after school or during B lunch any day this week. For tickets to this fun-filled prom fundraiser, see Ms. Susa. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Noah-Kalani    Hane
•    Brian    Neuzil
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Brayan Rojas Ramon
•    Julio    Duran

CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, March 6th 

(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)
Seniors: Please check the CS website for scholarship applications. There are currently 18 scholarships posted and more to come! Check deadlines on the bulletin board or website for details!
Attention all JV and Varsity Basketball players. The basketball banquette will be held next Thursday March 9th at 6:30 at Sundowners in Key Largo. If you plan on attending you must let Coach Hurst know by the end of the day tomorrow. Stop by Coach Hurst room, room 4-221, and tell him in person so he can give you an information sheet for your parents.

The Academic Challenge team will meet during 7th period in the media center. No after school practice today.


  Sophomore and Junior boys: Are you interested in becoming the next Mr. Coral Shores on March 25? See Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 after school or during B lunch any day this week. For tickets to this fun-filled prom fundraiser, see Ms. Susa. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

Sophomore and Junior boys: Are you interested in becoming the next Mr. Coral Shores on March 25? See Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 after school or during B lunch any day this week. For tickets to this fun-filled prom fundraiser, see Ms. Susa. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Noah-Kalani    Hane
•    Brian    Neuzil
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Brayan Rojas Ramon
•    Julio    Duran
 
 
 

CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, March 3rd 

Today is your last chance….Donate to the Burton Memorial Preschool Fundraiser.  Books and/or cash can be given to your 6th period teacher.   Mrs. Anderson’s class is currently in 3rd place with $33, Ms. Rosenow’s class is in 2nd place with $73 and Mrs. Gonzalez’s class is in first with donations worth $329!    Final winners will be announced on Monday.  
Attention all JV and Varsity Basketball players. The basketball banquette will be held next Thursday March 9th at 6:30 at Sundowners in Key Largo. If you plan on attending you must let Coach Hurst know by the end of the day tomorrow. Stop by Coach Hurst room, room 4-221, and tell him in person so he can give you an information sheet for your parents
Juniors and Seniors: Now that you know that our prom theme is “Mardi Gras Magic,” put a little magic in someone’s life with a prom-posal this week! Prom tickets go on sale in the school store during lunch on Monday, March 6. They will be $65 each next week. Ticket prices only go up from here, so prom-pose to someone this week!
   Sophomore and Junior boys: Are you interested in becoming the next Mr. Coral Shores on March 25? See Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 after school or during B lunch any day this week. For tickets to this fun-filled prom fundraiser, see Ms. Susa. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door. 

Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Maranda Piekarski



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, March 2nd 

Students  don’t forget to donate in your 6th period classes to the Burton Memorial Preschool fundraiser. Cash, Coins, and Preschool aged books will be accepted all week. 
Students, please don’t forget to donate cash, coins and books to the Burton Memorial Preschool Fundraiser in your 6th period class.   Right now, Mrs. Ets-Hokin’s class is in 3rd place with $26, in second place…Ms. Rosenow’s class has $40 and in first place with a whopping $221….Mrs. Gonzalez.  Please remember that each preschool book counts as a $2 donation to the class total.   The fundraiser goes through Friday.  


The Lady Canes lacrosse team moved their record to 5 and 1 with their 15-2 win over the Key West Conchs last night! Leading the scoring for the Canes’ was Emma Upchurch with 5 goals, Emily Thomson & Paige Joyce each scored 3, Mallory Hudson scored 2 goals while Jessica Goodwin and Kyrie Foote both scored a goal and has an assist. Carolyn Barrow had an amazing game with 7 saves and no goals against her and Cara Erickson also had 3 saves. The defense was stellar and kept the Conchs out of scoring position all night! Way to play Lady Canes!




CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, March 1st  

Students  don’t forget to donate in your 6th period classes to the Burton Memorial Preschool fundraiser. Cash, Coins, and Preschool aged books will be accepted all week. 
Students, please don’t forget to donate cash, coins and books to the Burton Memorial Preschool Fundraiser in your 6th period class.   Right now, Mrs. Ets-Hokin’s class is in 3rd place with $26, in second place…Ms. Rosenow’s class has $40 and in first place with a whopping $221….Mrs. Gonzalez.  Please remember that each preschool book counts as a $2 donation to the class total.   The fundraiser goes through Friday.  


Please come out and support Hurricane softball as Coral Shores takes on Carrollton, in the first home game of the season, today at 5:00. Go Canes!

We will be hosting another edition of the Chaos Theory Project, today in the PAC, after school.

Coral Shores VS Everglades Ransom/Gulliver Prep/Archbishop Curley

GIRLS
Coral Shores girls came in 3rd place with 51 points, following Gulliver (62 points) and Ransom (66 points).  Archbishop came in fourth with 42 points.

Coral Shores girls 1st place performers:
Lily Costa-Pole Vault
Halley Lane-Shot put

BOYS
Coral Shores boys fell short by one point! Boys came in 2nd place with 82 points, following Gulliver (83 points). Ransom came in third with 44 points and Archbishop came in fourth with 23 points.
Coral Shores boys 1st place performers:
Jacob Sowder- 110 Hurdles
Zachary Rodriguez- 2 mile
Bye Hofstetter- Pole Vault
Dustin Chamberlain- Discus
Dylan Kling- High Jump
 A special Thanks to the Coral Shores staff and volunteers
Great job Canes!

Attention Seniors!  It’s not too late for your Grad Bash payment, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-201 or place payment in her mailbox.”



Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, February 28th 

Students  don’t forget to donate in your 6th period classes to the Burton Memorial Preschool fundraiser. Cash, Coins, and Preschool aged books will be accepted all week. 
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls and Boys tennis team on their wins against Mater Lakes High School yesterday. Sophomore Katie Robinson had a win in her single’s match followed by Senior, Bailey Robinson and Junior, Rebecca Galvan. Winning the doubles match for the girls was Katie and Bailey Robinson. Congratulations to the lady Canes on their overall score of 5-2! 

The Varsity Boys single matches were completed with wins by junior, Jack Yeager, freshman, Bernardo Burga, Junior, Kevin Guerrero and Freshman, RJ Lindback. Senior, Will Coffin and Mason Baker won their doubles match with a score of 8-3. The overall score for the varsity boys was 5-2. Way to go Canes!


Key Club, be sure to wear or bring your Key Club shirt on Wednesday for a group photo immediately after school in the stairwell closest to Mrs. Truesdale’s classroom.
If any Students would like to earn community service hours see Coach James, Coach Suarez, or Coach Hurst to help out today with track and field meet.
A huge thank you to all students, staff, and administration who volunteered this past weekend at the Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.  It was a great success and the Rotarians were once again impressed by the work that you all did!
Starting on Wednesday, students may get community service sheets signed by Mrs. Wischmeier, Mr. Ellsworth, or Mrs. Ellsworth either before or after school or between classes.  La crosse players, wrestlers, and baseball players, your hours will be reported directly to your coaches.
Again, thank you for a job well done!

Attention Seniors!  It’s not too late for your Grad Bash payment, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-201 or place payment in her mailbox.”

Any junior boys who are interested in going to Boy’s State Leadership conference at FSU over the summer should come to the information meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2:00. If you cannot get out of class, come see Ms. Harris to find out all the details!
Do you want to go to college for free? FKCC is offering the Game Changer program and will have a meeting on Tuesday, Feb 28 at 6:00pm in their office.
Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, February 27th 

If any Students would like to earn community service hours see Coach James, Coach Suarez, or Coach Hurst to help out with tomorrow track and field meet.
A huge thank you to all students, staff, and administration who volunteered this past weekend at the Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.  It was a great success and the Rotarians were once again impressed by the work that you all did!
Starting on Wednesday, students may get community service sheets signed by Mrs. Wischmeier, Mr. Ellsworth, or Mrs. Ellsworth either before or after school or between classes.  La crosse players, wrestlers, and baseball players, your hours will be reported directly to your coaches.
Again, thank you for a job well done!

Attention Seniors!  It’s not too late for your Grad Bash payment, please see Mrs. Browning in room 1-201 or place payment in her mailbox.”

 Academic Challenge team will meet today during 7th period if you can attend, and/or after school in the media center conference room.


Any junior boys who are interested in going to Boy’s State Leadership conference at FSU over the summer should come to the information meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2:00. If you cannot get out of class, come see Ms. Harris to find out all the details!
Do you want to go to college for free? FKCC is offering the Game Changer program and will have a meeting on Tuesday, Feb 28 at 6:00pm in their office.
Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Airiana    Lindback
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Kristen    Miller
•    Michelle    Ramirez
•    Dianet    Rivas Agustin
•    Kevin    Robles
•    Victoria    Rizzo
•    Seamus    Dougherty
•    Sandra    Delgado Salas
•    Logan     Stewart
•    Yaxel    Valladares



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, February 24th  

This Saturday and Sunday is the Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.  Thanks to all of you who have volunteered your services. To avoid traffic jams, consider using the courtesy bus  which runs from Coral Shores to  Founder’s Park. The service runs from 7:30- 5:30    on Saturday and  8:30 – 3:30   on Sunday.
There is a PERT test available for testing here at Coral Shores this Saturday, Feb. 25 at 9:00 am. No charge to take this test.
Sign up on paper on the door to Ms. Harris’s office.
The Academic Challenge team will meet on Monday during 7th period and after school in the library.




Do you want to go to college for free? FKCC is offering the Game Changer program and will have a meeting on Tuesday, Feb 28 at 6:00pm in their office.
Are you interested in the Boy’s State leadership conference this summer at FSU? 
If so, see Ms. Harris about getting a pass to come to the informational meeting at 2:00 in the library next Tues. Feb. 28
Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Shennan    Kasprzak



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, February 23rd 

"There will be an Environmental Club meeting after school in Mrs. Rehmann's room followed by a recycle pick-up." Thank you!

If you would like to take the PERT test, please sign  up on pink paper on Ms. Harris’s door.
The test will be given on:
Saturday, Feb. 25th or Friday, March 10th @9:00am or Monday, April 24 @1:00pm
Attention volleyball players- Open gym Thursday set up is 4:00 and Open Gym starts at 4:30- till 6:00, any players may come to room 4-106 for a study hall afterschool.
FKCC will be holding a Financial  Aid workshop on Tuesday, February 28 at 6 p.m. at the FKCC Upper Keys Center, for students who plan to attend FKCC next Fall. They will also be discussing the FREE tuition Game Changer program!
Are you a junior boy interested in government and politics? If so, consider attending a meeting next Tuesday, Feb.28 @ 2:00 in the Media Center. 
Learn about Boy’s State, an all expense paid leadership conference that will be held for 1 week at FSU this summer. 4 students will be selected by the American Legion after interviews. Come find out what it’s all about!
Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Last call to sign up for the ASVAB Military entrance exam that will be given this Friday.
Sign up on main bulletin board or with Ms. Harris before Thursday.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Bridget    Welsh
•    Geovana    Capitos
•    Jenna    Morgan
•    Brandon    Rowland
•    Chandler    Rowland
•    Shelby    Porter




CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, February 22nd 

Congratulations to the Lady Hurricanes varsity lacrosse team for their big district win over Key West last night! The Canes beat the Conchs 15-5 with Emma Upchurch scoring 3 goals with 4 assists; Emily Thomson scored 4 goals; Marissa Darrow scored 2 goals and had an assist; Kyrie Foote and Mallory Hudson both scored 2 goals and Bridget Welsh and Kyla Catarineau each scored 1 goal. The defense dug deep to keep the Conchs away from our goal and Carolyn Barrow had 3 saves in the game. The Lady Canes have moved to 3 & 1 on the season and are undefeated in district play. Great job Lady Canes!
Track & Field meet yesterday  opponents St.Brendan and Carrollton
Canes 1st place finishers
Yaire Mollineda
Halley Lane
Tanaris Walker
Zachary Roth
Cameron Rowland
Chandler Rowland
Anthony Cosme
Noah Hane
Dustin Chanberlain
Dylan kling
Derrick Davis
Great job canes!
 
The Hurricanes baseball team crushed the Everglades Prep baseball team last night  18-2 in 4 innings.
Pitching a complete game for the Hurricanes Ty Harrelson
Ty Harrelson struck out 9 batters and allowed 1 hit, 1 walk and 2 runs.
Offensively for the Hurricanes with the hot bats were;
Edward Jankowski with 3 hits for the night
Jake Curry and Jose Lima had 2 hits 
Ty Harrelson, Roman Roberts, Aiden Hawkins, Levi Houston and Mike Signorelli all had 1 hit each.

Power hits from
Aiden Hawkins with a triple, 
Jose Lima, Mike Signorelli, and Ty Harrelson with doubles

Jake Curry and Jose Lima overpowered Everglades with 7 RBI’s between them.

Defensively the team had no errors and made all the plays needed to shut Everglades prep down to 1 hit.

The Boys will travel on Friday to play Conference rival Miami County Day.
Softball game cancelled today.
If you would like to take the PERT test, please sign  up on pink paper on Ms. Harris’s door.
The test will be given on:
Saturday, Feb. 25th or Friday, March 10th @9:00am or Monday, April 24 @1:00pm
Attention volleyball players- Open gym Thursday set up is 4:00 and Open Gym starts at 4:30- till 6:00, any players may come to room 4-106 for a study hall afterschool.
FKCC will be holding a Financial  Aid workshop on Tuesday, February 28 at 6 p.m. at the FKCC Upper Keys Center, for students who plan to attend FKCC next Fall. They will also be discussing the FREE tuition Game Changer program!
Are you a junior boy interested in government and politics? If so, consider attending a meeting next Tuesday, Feb.28 @ 2:00 in the Media Center. 
Learn about Boy’s State, an all expense paid leadership conference that will be held for 1 week at FSU this summer. 4 students will be selected by the American Legion after interviews. Come find out what it’s all about!
Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Last call to sign up for the ASVAB Military entrance exam that will be given this Friday.
Sign up on main bulletin board or with Ms. Harris before Thursday.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Leylanie Batista
•    April    Klein



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, February 21st 

The Lady Canes lacrosse team played in a fierce losing battle to a very strong Ransom Raiders team on Saturday afternoon, falling 6-17. The ladies played well but were overwhelmed by the Raiders offensive barrage. Scoring for the Lady Canes were Emma Upchurch with 3 goals and an assist; Emily Thomson had 1 goal and 2 assists and Kyrie Foote and Delaney Hoag both scored 1 apiece. The defense led by Jessica Goodwin & Airiana Lindback fought the hard fight and goalie Carolyn Barrow had 15 saves! The Ladies are looking forward to their big district game at Key West tomorrow, GO LADY CANES!
Congratulations to the Lady Canes JV lacrosse team on their 9-4 win over the Ransom Everglades Raiders on Saturday morning! Leading the scoring was Natalie Dixon with 4 goals, Macey Harrelson scored 3 and Sara Roth and Katy Foley also scored 1 goal each. The defense played very well and Cara Erickson made 8 saves in the goal. Great job Ladies!
The Coral Shores JV Baseball Team did something yesterday they haven't done in over 10 years and that is beat Key West in Baseball.  The mighty Canes won 1 game and lost 1 game yesterday on their home field at Founders Park. 

  The Canes got great pitching from their staff: Jason Filpes, Dillon Walters, Nick Dimmaggio and Perry Carlson

Defensively Max Lindsey, Zack Webb, Kyle Richards, Hunter Corliss, and Ryan DeLaTorre made some great plays

The Canes were led Offensively by Kyle Richards, Bryce Bynum, Max Lindsey and Jason Filpes

Way to go JV Baseball Squad
Coach James is in need of volunteers to help run today’s track meet.  Please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to sign up and get information.  Students can earn up to 3.5 hours of community service.







The Band Room would like to congratulate the following musicians who achieved high level District Solo and Ensemble Awards Friday night from the Florida Bandmaster Judges:

The second highest ranking of Excellent was earned by the following Coral Shores Band members:
Excellent Brass Quartet performances by Caitlyn Abel, Seamus Dougherty, Cara Erickson and Savannah Hernandez 
Excellent Flute Solo performance by Miguel Quezada
Excellent Clarinet Duet performance by Lillie Carter and Sarah Kelley
Excellent Clarinet Duet performance by Lily Firkins and Jade Tyler
Excellent Snare Drum Solo performance by Alejandro Tovar-Morales
Excellent Trumpet Solo performance by Arin Rivera
Excellent Trumpet Solo performance by Jonah Gross
Excellent Clarinet Solo performance by Sarah Kelley
Excellent Clarinet Solo performance by Matthew Darrow

The highest ranking of Superior was earned by the following Coral Shores Band members:
Superior Bassoon Solo performance by Arianna Oliver
Superior Trumpet Solo performance by Seamus Dougherty
Superior String Bass Solo performance by Brian Miller
Superior Euphonium Solo performance by Taegan Huntemann
Superior Trombone Solo performance by Andrew Fleites

Of those who earned Superior ranking, Seamus Dougherty is now eligible to proceed to State Solo and Ensemble this spring to represent Coral Shores.
Our students also rose to the occasion by hosting the rest of our southern district schools who came to our campus to be judged.
We represent our school and our band room with both pride and high level musicianship.
Congratulations to all of our District performers!  Go Canes!
FKCC will be holding a Financial  Aid workshop on Tuesday, February 28 at 6 p.m. at the FKCC Upper Keys Center, for students who plan to attend FKCC next Fall. They will also be discussing the FREE tuition Game Changer program!
Are you a junior boy interested in government and politics? If so, consider attending a meeting next Tuesday, Feb.28 @ 2:00 in the Media Center. 
Learn about Boy’s State, an all expense paid leadership conference that will be held for 1 week at FSU this summer. 4 students will be selected by the American Legion after interviews. Come find out what it’s all about!

Volunteers needed for the Gator Club Bicycle Ride on March 4. Our newest Florida Gators should plan to volunteer as this will be scholarship money earned for you!!  Flyers on bulletin board.
Last call to sign up for the ASVAB Military entrance exam that will be given this Friday.
Sign up on main bulletin board or with Ms. Harris before Thursday.

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•        Samuel Ambrose    Baker
•     Jamison Dmitry    Puto
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Amber Wigle
•     Alejandro     Camacho
•     Blakely Harden
•     Mallory Hudson
•     Alberto Ornelas
•     Katherine  Ware
•     Dominic Austin
•     Davia Lowrie
•     Alexandra Hardison
•     Wendy Roque-Rodriguez



CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, February 15th 

A few additional spots have opened up for volunteers at the Gigantic Nautical Flea Market. Sign-up sheets are in Mr. Ellsworth’s room.
We have a special Chaos Theory Project today. At 3pm, Ross Martin and Grant Gordy will be hosting a guitar workshop that is free to all students and faculty.  At 7:30pm they will be performing a live concert onstage at the PAC.
Volleyball Open gym time on Thursday has changed to: set up time 4:00 start time 4:30- WE will still have Open Gym from 4:30-6 this week. Any girls wanting to come learn new volleyball skills are invited to come join us Thursday. IF there are any concerns or questions, please see Mrs. Ets-Hokin in room 4-106. 
Are you are interested in marine science and in need of community service hours?  If so, please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to get information about working at Marine Lab which is located at mm 103.   
 
Seniors, the first payment for Grad Bash in the amount of $80.00 is due by Feb. 15th.  Please give to Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Emily    O Connor
•     Jacqueline    Oshaben
•     Bridget Rader
•     Natalie Rader 



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, February 14th 

We have a special Chaos Theory Project, this Wednesday the 15th.  At 3pm, Ross Martin and Grant Gordy will be hosting a guitar workshop that is free to all students and faculty.  At 7:30pm they will be performing a live concert onstage at the PAC.
Volleyball Open gym time on Thursday has changed to: set up time 4:00 start time 4:30- WE will still have Open Gym from 4:30-6 this week. Any girls wanting to come learn new volleyball skills are invited to come join us Thursday. IF there are any concerns or questions, please see Mrs. Ets-Hokin in room 4-106. 
Are you are interested in marine science and in need of community service hours?  If so,  please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to get information about working at Marine Lab which is located at mm 103.   
Winston Churchill stated that “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  Thanks to those who have signed up to give your service to the Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.  Only a few slots remain open for Saturday, February 25. Sign-up sheets are in Mr. Ellsworth’s room only.  
Seniors, the first payment for Grad Bash in the amount of $80.00 is due by Feb. 15th.  Please give to Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.
ANY STUDENTS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PARKING STICKER AND ARE PARKING IN THE STUDENT PARKING IS SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED.  MS. HORTENSI WILL BE VERIFIYING PARKING THIS WEEK AND NEXT!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Tomisha    Caldwell
•    Luis auregui
•     Oscar Martinez


CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, February 13th  

The Future Business Leaders of America will have a meeting today after school in Room 2-201.  New members are welcome to join the FBLA.
Congratulations to the Lady Canes JV lacrosse team on their 4-3 victory over the Palmetto Panthers on Friday night! Scoring for the Lady Canes was Macey Harrelson with 2 goals; while Katy Foley and Kyla Catarineau both scored one goal each! The defense played tough and goalie Cara Erickson saved the day with 5 saves in goal. Way to play Lady Canes!
Winston Churchill stated that “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  Thanks to those who have signed up to give your service to the Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.  Only a few slots remain open for Saturday, February 25. Sign-up sheets are in Mr. Ellsworth’s room only.  
Seniors, the first payment for Grad Bash in the amount of $80.00 is due by Feb. 15th.  Please give to Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.
Coral Shores’ Math Club invites everyone to have their photo taken in the photo booth during lunch in the courtyard on February 14th – VALENTINE’S DAY.  Bring $2 for the photo. Props will be available to make your Valentine’s Day memorable.

ANY STUDENTS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PARKING STICKER AND ARE PARKING IN THE STUDENT PARKING IS SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED.  MS. HORTENSI WILL BE VERIFIYING PARKING THIS WEEK AND NEXT!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•      •    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, February 10th  

Winston Churchill stated that “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  Thanks to those who have signed up to give your service to the Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.  Only a few slots remain open for Saturday, February 25. Sign-up sheets are in Mr. Ellsworth’s room only.
Seniors, the first payment for Grad Bash in the amount of $80.00 is due by Feb. 15th.  Please give to Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.
Coral Shores’ Math Club invites everyone to have their photo taken in the photo booth during lunch in the courtyard on February 14th – VALENTINE’S DAY.  Bring $2 for the photo. Props will be available to make your Valentine’s Day memorable.
Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please bring your photo id, admission ticket, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, some snacks and a sweater.  If you should have any questions, please see Mrs. Wischmeier.
ANY STUDENTS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PARKING STICKER AND ARE PARKING IN THE STUDENT PARKING IS SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED.  MS. HORTENSI WILL BE VERIFIYING PARKING THIS WEEK AND NEXT!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•      •    


CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, February 9th 

Winston Churchill stated that “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  Thanks to those who have signed up to give your service to the Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.  Only a few slots remain open for Saturday, February 25. Sign-up sheets are in Mr. Ellsworth’s room only.
Congratulations to the newest Microsoft Office Specialist Rebecca Galvin who earned her full certificate and a monetary award yesterday when she passed her timed excel test.  A huge shout goes to Tim Cole, who passed his send EXPERT test in Excel to become a Microsoft Office Master!  Way to go!

Seniors, the first payment for Grad Bash in the amount of $80.00 is due by Feb. 15th.  Please give to Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.
Please come out tonight to George M. Barley field to cheer-on the Lady Canes lacrosse team as they go to battle against the Coral Reef Barracudas! Game time is 5:00 and they really need your support. Go Lady Canes!

Coral Shores’ Math Club invites everyone to have their photo taken in the photo booth during lunch in the courtyard on February 14th – VALENTINE’S DAY.  Bring $2 for the photo. Props will be available to make your Valentine’s Day memorable.
Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please bring your photo id, admission ticket, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, some snacks and a sweater.  If you should have any questions, please see Mrs. Wischmeier.
ANY STUDENTS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PARKING STICKER AND ARE PARKING IN THE STUDENT PARKING IS SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED.  MS. HORTENSI WILL BE VERIFIYING PARKING THIS WEEK AND NEXT!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•      Matthew    Hardison
•     Jordan    Whitehead




CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, February 6th 

The Regional Science/STEM Fair was held on Saturday.  CSHS had 5 student projects competing:  Alexis Romero, Alan Thomson and Jenna Morgan, Matthew Darrow, Rachelle Magdaong, and Sophie Williams.  Alan and Jenna placed first in their category.  Matthew placed 3rd overall, Rachelle placed second overall and Sophie Williams placed FIRST OVERALL FOR THE SENIOR DIVISION!!  This means that Sophie, Rachelle and Matthew will represent Monroe County and Coral Shores at the State STEM Fair the end of March.  Congratulations to these outstanding students and Good Luck at STATE!!
Congratulations to Wrestlers Adam “Savage” Reiss, and Jacob Sowder on their wins during the Key West High School tri-meet.
Go Canes!
    
No Interact meeting Tuesday due to early release. Reminder to students attending the RYLA weekend to make sure you take lots of pictures!!!! Meeting next week. 
Ms. Z is looking for people to work stage crew for Phantom of the Opera which is on February 24th -26th and March 3rd – 5th. People would need to be able to commit to being at all rehearsals and show dates to be assigned one of the many jobs that are needed to pull off this production.
Please see Ms. Z in room 5-109 if you are interested in being a part of this show.
Do you need community service hours?  The PKS PTA is holding a color run on Saturday Feb 11th here at the high school..  Volunteers are needed from 7am-Noon.  Please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to sign up.  
ANY STUDENTS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PARKING STICKER AND ARE PARKING IN THE STUDENT PARKING IS SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED.  MS. HORTENSI WILL BE VERIFIYING PARKING THIS WEEK AND NEXT!
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•      Damian     Cline
•     Cassandra    Willis
Happy Belated Shout-outs go to:
•    Christopher Dotschay
•     Cody    Guy
•     Sean Sinnamon
•     Amy    Warnaar




CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, February 3rd

Don’t forget to purchase a senior ad or 2017 yearbook! Time is running out to buy one, but the yearbook will last a lifetime. Yearbooks are now $65, go to Airiana Lindback or room 2-223 (Susa) to purchase a yearbook. Senior ads are also a once in a life time opportunity, pick up a contract in main office, any senior teacher, room 2-223 or see Airiana Lindback for more information
Congratulations to the following Hurricane Wrestlers who went 1-0:
Zac Rodriguez, Tyler Timothy, Brandon Finch, Jacob Sowder and Oscar Zaldivar. Next match for the Cane Wrestlers is tomorrow at Key West High School. Go Hurricanes!
Do you need community service hours?  The PKS PTA is holding a color run on Saturday Feb 11th here at the high school..  Volunteers are needed from 7am-Noon.  Please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to sign up.  
ANY STUDENTS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PARKING STICKER AND ARE PARKING IN THE STUDENT PARKING IS SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED.  MS. HORTENSI WILL BE VERIFIYING PARKING THIS WEEK AND NEXT!
Mahatma Ghandi said, “The best way to find yourself is in the service of others.” Don’t miss your opportunity to serve your community by working the  Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.
The time slots are quickly diminishing. Do not hesitate to sign  up in Mrs. Wischmeier’s or Mr. Ellsworth’s rooms  to reserve your time.  Seize the opportunity to help others.
 Lacrosse, baseball and wrestling athletes sign up through your coaches, please.  
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•     James Kirkman
•    John Owens
•    Davis Ruano




CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, February 2nd 


Seniors, do you have a brother or a sister who also goes to Coral Shores? Meet Angel Kelley and Caitlin Wolf in the middle of the courtyard tomorrow, Thursday, for your senior sibling yearbook photo together. At least one of you must be a senior. Meet in the courtyard between 6th and 7th period today. 
Environmental Club will meet in Mrs. Rehmann’s pod right after school!
Ms. Z is looking for people to work stage crew for Phantom of the Opera which is on February 24th -26th and March 3rd – 5th.
People would need to be able to commit to being at all rehearsals and show dates to be assigned one of the many jobs that are needed to pull off this production.
Please see Ms. Z in room 5-109 if you are interested in being a part of this show.
ANY STUDENTS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PARKING STICKER AND ARE PARKING IN THE STUDENT PARKING IS SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED.  MS. HORTENSI WILL BE VERIFIYING PARKING THIS WEEK AND NEXT!
The Rotarians’ Gigantic Nautical Flea Market at Founders’ Park is a little over 3 weeks away.  This is a great opportunity to earn community service hours during this two day event, Feb. 25 and 26.  There are sign-up sheets in Mr. Ellsworth and Mrs. Wischmeier’s rooms starting today, January 31.  You may sign up for one block of time in either room.  Lacrosse, baseball and wrestling athletes sign up through your coaches, please.  
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•     Gianna Ancheta
•    Tyler    Prenesti
•     Mackenzie Smith
•     Mason Smith


Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Brittany    Beyer
•     Perry Carlson
•     Samantha     Demeritt
•     Juan    Gonzalez
•     TuckerNeal



CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, February 1st

Seniors, do you have a brother or a sister who also goes to Coral Shores? Meet Angel Kelley and Caitlin Wolf in the middle of the courtyard tomorrow, Thursday, for your senior sibling yearbook photo together. At least one of you must be a senior. Meet in the courtyard between 6th and 7th period today. 
Please come out tonight to George M. Barley field to cheer on your Lady Canes lacrosse team as they take on 3 district teams, Key West, Gulliver and Palmer Trinity in a Preseason Classic round robin tournament! The first game starts at 4:00 and games will continue until about 7:00 PM.
“There will be a History Club meeting today after school in Mrs. Welch’s room, 2-218” d
Ms. Z is looking for people to work stage crew for Phantom of the Opera which is on February 24th -26th and March 3rd – 5th.
People would need to be able to commit to being at all rehearsals and show dates to be assigned one of the many jobs that are needed to pull off this production.
Please see Ms. Z in room 5-109 if you are interested in being a part of this show.
The Chaos Theory Project will be meeting this Wednesday, after school.
Thank you!!
 Poetry Out Loud Winners

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Poetry Out Loud Schoolwide competition last Friday.  17 students participated and the winners were…
Second Runner Up:    Brian Miller
First Runner Up:        Sophie Kubida
And the 2017 Poetry Out Loud winner, for the second year in a row was Daniel Walker.
Daniel will now move on to compete in the State finals in Tampa on March 11.  
Attention Girls Soccer Teams: All uniforms must be turned into Ms. Fry no later than Monday, January 30th to avoid fees. Please see Ms. Fry if you have any questions or concerns.
A reminder to all Junior girls who are participating in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship competition.  The essay portion of the competition will take place today after school at 2:30 in the Media Center.  See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions.
“There will be a mandatory Senior meeting on Wednesday February 1st, 2nd period. 
Seniors will report to second period and will be released over the PA. to go to the PAC.
We have important end of the year and graduation information, you must attend.”.
The Rotarians’ Gigantic Nautical Flea Market at Founders’ Park is a little over 3 weeks away.  This is a great opportunity to earn community service hours during this two day event, Feb. 25 and 26.  There are sign-up sheets in Mr. Ellsworth and Mrs. Wischmeier’s rooms starting today, January 31.  You may sign up for one block of time in either room.  Lacrosse, baseball and wrestling athletes sign up through your coaches, please.  
Mr Hughes is, once again, in the running for Mr Legs. He ended up in 4th place two years ago and second place last year. This year, we’re hoping he’ll be 1st place out of 37 contenders for the title. The winner is the person who collects the most money for scholarships for our seniors. Please help make Mr Hughes number one by donating, either at the front desk or in Mr Hughes’ room. Go for those scholarships, Mr Legs!

 



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, January 31st 

The Chaos Theory Project will be meeting this Wednesday, after school.
Thank you!!
 
Attention Girls Soccer Teams: All uniforms must be turned into Ms. Fry no later than Monday, January 30th to avoid fees. Please see Ms. Fry if you have any questions or concerns.
A reminder to all Junior girls who are participating in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship competition.  The essay portion of the competition will take place today after school at 2:30 in the Media Center.  See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions.
“There will be a mandatory Senior meeting on Wednesday February 1st, 2nd period. 
Seniors will report to second period and will be released over the PA. to go to the PAC.
We have important end of the year and graduation information, you must attend.”.
The Rotarians’ Gigantic Nautical Flea Market at Founders’ Park is a little over 3 weeks away.  This is a great opportunity to earn community service hours during this two day event, Feb. 25 and 26.  There are sign-up sheets in Mr. Ellsworth and Mrs. Wischmeier’s rooms starting today, January 31.  You may sign up for one block of time in either room.  Lacrosse, baseball and wrestling athletes sign up through your coaches, please.  
Mr Hughes is, once again, in the running for Mr Legs. He ended up in 4th place two years ago and second place last year. This year, we’re hoping he’ll be 1st place out of 37 contenders for the title. The winner is the person who collects the most money for scholarships for our seniors. Please help make Mr Hughes number one by donating, either at the front desk or in Mr Hughes’ room. Go for those scholarships, Mr Legs!

Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Daniel Walker•    




CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, January 27th 

Attention Girls Soccer Teams: All uniforms must be turned into Ms. Fry no later than Monday, January 30th to avoid fee’s. Please see Ms. Fry if you have any questions or concerns.
For any Junior girls who received an invitation to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition but were unable to attend yesterday’s information meeting… there is still an opportunity to participate.  Pick up your application from Miss Biondoletti in the attendance office before Friday.  All completed forms are due back no later than Monday January 30th.  
    
“There will be a mandatory Senior meeting on Wednesday February 1 second period. 
Seniors will report to second period and will be released over the PA. to go to the PAC.
We have important end of the year and graduation information, you must attend.”.
Open Gym starting up Feb. 9th from 4-6 in the gym for all girls interested in playing volleyball.   We will be having open gym on Thursdays from 4-6 for Volleyball players. Any questions regarding open gym- please see Mrs. Ets-Hokin in Room 4-106.
The Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market is nearing. Mark February 25 and 26 on your calendar to save the date for volunteering.  Sign-up sheets for community service will be posted the first week of February.  Don’t miss out on this important opportunity.
If you are interested in participating in Track & Field. Sign up with Coach James in the ISS room all week.
Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Allysia Fowler



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, January 26th 

Attention girls, there is still time to sign-up for Softball. Experience not necessary, just a desire to work hard and have fun. Sign-up sheet is in the front office.
For any Junior girls who received an invitation to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition but were unable to attend yesterday’s information meeting… there is still an opportunity to participate.  Pick up your application from Miss Biondoletti in the attendance office before Friday.  All completed forms are due back no later than Monday January 30th.  
All students participating in Poetry Out Loud…There will be a practice session on stage in the Performing Arts Center today from 2:30-3:30.  This is not a mandatory rehearsal but is a great opportunity to practice on stage.  All performers are invited.  The Poetry Out Loud Schoolwide competition will take place Friday morning starting at 8:30.

“There will be a mandatory Senior meeting on Wednesday February 1 second period. 
Seniors will report to second period and will be released over the PA. to go to the PAC.
We have important end of the year and graduation information, you must attend.”.
Open Gym starting up Feb. 9th from 4-6 in the gym for all girls interested in playing volleyball.   We will be having open gym on Thursdays from 4-6 for Volleyball players. Any questions regarding open gym- please see Mrs. Ets-Hokin in Room 4-106.
 Senior dedication ads and photos are due before this Friday. No exceptions. Ad forms are in the office or see Airiana Lindback or Ms. Susa. If you want to memorialize your time at Coral Shores, seniors, this will be your last opportunity. 

Also, if any student has not received his or her correct student portraits that you ordered on Photo Day with Herff Jones, see Ms. Susa. 


The Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market is nearing. Mark February 25 and 26 on your calendar to save the date for volunteering.  Sign-up sheets for community service will be posted the first week of February.  Don’t miss out on this important opportunity.
If you are interested in participating in Track & Field. Sign up with Coach James in the ISS room all week.
Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Jose Monzon





CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, Janury 25th 

All students participating in Poetry Out Loud…There will be a practice session on stage in the Performing Arts Center tomorrow/ Thursday from 2:30-3:30.  This is not a mandatory rehearsal but is a great opportunity to practice on stage.  All performers are invited.  The Poetry Out Loud Schoolwide competition will take place Friday morning starting at 8:30.

“There will be a mandatory Senior meeting on Wednesday February 1 second period. 
Seniors will report to second period and will be released over the PA. to go to the PAC.
We have important end of the year and graduation information, you must attend.”.
Open Gym starting up Feb. 9th from 4-6 in the gym for all girls interested in playing volleyball.   We will be having open gym on Thursdays from 4-6 for Volleyball players. Any questions regarding open gym- please see Mrs. Ets-Hokin in Room 4-106.
 Senior dedication ads and photos are due before this Friday. No exceptions. Ad forms are in the office or see Airiana Lindback or Ms. Susa. If you want to memorialize your time at Coral Shores, seniors, this will be your last opportunity. 

Also, if any student has not received his or her correct student portraits that you ordered on Photo Day with Herff Jones, see Ms. Susa. 


The Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market is nearing. Mark February 25 and 26 on your calendar to save the date for volunteering.  Sign-up sheets for community service will be posted the first week of February.  Don’t miss out on this important opportunity.
If you are interested in participating in Track & Field. Sign up with Coach James in the ISS room all week.
Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Brianna Costa
•     Chantel  Gonzalez
•     Morgan Whittle




CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, January 24th 
Key Club Penny Wars is going strong with the following teachers participating:
Kater, Dobson, Grimes, Suarez, Gonzalez, Joy, Rosenow, Hughes, Katy Fry, Ledoux, Coopersmith, Poelma, Hamilton, Luke Hurst, Wischmeir, Rife, Truesdale, and the front office.

Help your favorite teacher or class win a pizza party and drop some money in their jars.  Sabotage other classes by putting pennies in their jars.  
All proceeds go to fight neo-natal tetanus.
“There will be a mandatory Senior meeting on Wednesday February 1 second period. 
Seniors will report to second period and will be released over the PA. to go to the PAC.
We have important end of the year and graduation information, you must attend.”.

A reminder to all Junior girls who received an invitation to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  There is an informational meeting today in the Media Center immediately after school at 2:30.  The contest is open to Junior girls with an unweighted GPA of 3.0.   See Mrs. Haddad or Ms. Biondoletti of you have any questions.
 Senior dedication ads and photos are due before this Friday. No exceptions. Ad forms are in the office or see Airiana Lindback or Ms. Susa. If you want to memorialize your time at Coral Shores, seniors, this will be your last opportunity. 

Also, if any student has not received his or her correct student portraits that you ordered on Photo Day with Herff Jones, see Ms. Susa. 


We will be hosting another Chaos Theory Project in the PAC on Wednesday, after school.

The Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market is nearing. Mark February 25 and 26 on your calendar to save the date for volunteering.  Sign-up sheets for community service will be posted the first week of February.  Don’t miss out on this important opportunity.
If you are interested in participating in Track & Field. Sign up with Coach James in the ISS room all week.
Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Mildrede Chery
•     Krysten Starr





CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, January 20th 
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)

 Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:
Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring a calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.
The Poetry Out Loud school-wide competition will take place next Friday January 27th in the Performing Arts Center.
English teachers please be sure to hand out paperwork which was placed in your mailboxes last week for students who were chosen to compete.
In order to participate you MUST return these forms with copies of the poems you will be performing to Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center no late that this Friday January 20th.
If you have not received your participation letter and forms please see your English teacher or Mrs. Haddad.  
If your forms are not turned in, you cannot participate.
The Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market is nearing. Mark February 25 and 26 on your calendar to save the date for volunteering.  Sign-up sheets for community service will be posted the first week of February.  Don’t miss out on this important opportunity.
If you are interested in participating in Track & Field. Sign up with Coach James in the ISS room all week.
Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
The Elks Lodge of Tavernier is offering community service hours for students who can help with some upcoming event.  On Saturday, January 21, they will host a country line dance and bar-b-que where students will help serve.  
Both events are expected to last between 5:30 and 9pm.
Money raised by the Elks go towards scholarships for Coral Shores students. 
See Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center today for more information or to sign up and participate.  
Winter Spirit Week is here!
Get Ready…. 
Friday is School Spirit Day – Wear Green and Gold this Friday and fire up for a pep rally.

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017 . 
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, January 19th 
The Poetry Out Loud school-wide competition will take place next Friday January 27th in the Performing Arts Center.
English teachers please be sure to hand out paperwork which was placed in your mailboxes last week for students who were chosen to compete.
In order to participate you MUST return these forms with copies of the poems you will be performing to Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center no late that this Friday January 20th.
If you have not received your participation letter and forms please see your English teacher or Mrs. Haddad.  
If your forms are not turned in, you cannot participate.

Congratulations to the Coral Shores Wrestling team for taking 4th place in the Miami Jackson Wrestling Tournament.

For the Hurricanes:

Zach Rodriguez @ 106 pounds went 5-0
Adam “Savage” Reiss @ 120 pounds went 3-2
Tyler Timothy @ 126 pounds went 3-1
Brandon Finch @ 132 pounds went 3-2
Joey Haroun @ 138 pounds went 3-2
Jacob Sowder @ 145 pounds went 1-4
Oscar Zaldivar @ 182 pounds went 5-0
Brandon Norman @ 195 pounds went 2-3.

Our next wrestling tournament is January 25th when we take on Westminister Christian, Go Canes!
The Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market is nearing. Mark February 25 and 26 on your calendar to save the date for volunteering.  Sign-up sheets for community service will be posted the first week of February.  Don’t miss out on this important opportunity.
If you are interested in participating in Track & Field. Sign up with Coach James in the ISS room all week.
Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
The Elks Lodge of Tavernier is offering community service hours for students who can help with some upcoming event.  On Saturday, January 21, they will host a country line dance and bar-b-que where students will help serve.  
Both events are expected to last between 5:30 and 9pm.
Money raised by the Elks go towards scholarships for Coral Shores students. 
See Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center today for more information or to sign up and participate.  
Winter Spirit Week is here!
Get Ready…. 
Friday is School Spirit Day – Wear Green and Gold

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017 . 
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Haley Hodes



CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, January 18th 

If you are interested in participating in Track & Field. Sign up with Coach James in the ISS room all week.
Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Interact meeting is very important today. The Nautical Flea Market  Rotarians will be here to speak on volunteering. If you are a senior make sure you attend, if you have not picked up your Interact shirt, we have them.  There are two other important volunteer activities on the agenda. This is a service club ! students working side by side with   Rotarians to earn service hours. Mandatory you attend  today right after school in the Art room.
We will be holding The Chaos Theory Project, today in the PAC.
Bubble soccer is back!!
On Thursday, January 19th, at 6pm, 8 teams of 6 students each will battle it out on the field to determine this year’s bubble soccer champion. TEAMS ARE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, so make sure to grab a form in the front office.  All forms and money are to be turned into Sofia Garcia. See Kailey Seiler if you have any questions. There are only 2 spots left for bubble soccer teams! Make sure to get your form in the front office and sign up before they’re taken!
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
The Elks Lodge of Tavernier is offering community service hours for students who can help with some upcoming event.  On Saturday, January 21, they will host a country line dance and bar-b-que where students will help serve.  
Both events are expected to last between 5:30 and 9pm.
Money raised by the Elks go towards scholarships for Coral Shores students. 
See Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center today for more information or to sign up and participate.  
Winter Spirit Week is here!
Get Ready…. 
Thursday is Alphabet Day – Dress up as something that starts with the same letter as your name
Friday is School Spirit Day – Wear Green and Gold

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017 . 
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Mysty    Anthony
•     Sara     Delong
•     Shannon Mc Cormick
•     Jakob Pooley




CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, January 17th 

Your chance to purchase a senior ad is slipping away. Yearbook has extended the deadline for buying a senior ad until this Friday, January 27. Buy one and send your photos and information to Ariana Lindback this week. See Airiana, Ms. Susa in room 2-223 or any senior teacher for an ad contract. Senior ad contracts are also in the office. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to put all your highschool your memories on a page. The ad will last a lifetime, but your chance to buy one will not.
Interact meeting is very important today. The Nautical Flea Market  Rotarians will be here to speak on volunteering. If you are a senior make sure you attend, if you have not picked up your Interact shirt, we have them.  There are two other important volunteer activities on the agenda. This is a service club ! students working side by side with   Rotarians to earn service hours. Mandatory you attend  today right after school in the Art room.
We will be holding The Chaos Theory Project, this Wednesday.
Bubble soccer is back!!
On Thursday, January 19th, at 6pm, 8 teams of 6 students each will battle it out on the field to determine this year’s bubble soccer champion. TEAMS ARE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, so make sure to grab a form in the front office.  All forms and money are to be turned into Sofia Garcia. See Kailey Seiler if you have any questions. There are only 2 spots left for bubble soccer teams! Make sure to get your form in the front office and sign up before they’re taken!
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
The Elks Lodge of Tavernier is offering community service hours for students who can help with some upcoming event.  On Saturday, January 21, they will host a country line dance and bar-b-que where students will help serve.  
Both events are expected to last between 5:30 and 9pm.
Money raised by the Elks go towards scholarships for Coral Shores students. 
See Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center today for more information or to sign up and participate.  
Winter Spirit Week is here!
Get Ready…. 
Wednesday is Woke Up Like This Wednesday – Wear Pajamas
Thursday is Alphabet Day – Dress up as something that starts with the same letter as your name
Friday is School Spirit Day – Wear Green and Gold

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017 . 
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Oliver Allison
•     Stefani Villegas
Happy  Belated  Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•      Matthew     Conley
•     Bridget  Dougherty
•     Justin Conley Ferrara
•     Isabella  Lopez
•    Makenzie Wright


CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, January 13th  

Bubble soccer is back!!
On Thursday, January 19th, at 6pm, 8 teams of 6 students each will battle it out on the field to determine this year’s bubble soccer champion. TEAMS ARE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, so make sure to grab a form in the front office.  All forms and money are to be turned into Sofia Garcia. See Kailey Seiler if you have any questions. There are only 2 spots left for bubble soccer teams! Make sure to get your form in the front office and sign up before they’re taken!

Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
The Elks Lodge of Tavernier is offering community service hours for students who can help with some upcoming events.  On Saturday, January 14th they will be hosting a Blues Brothers concert and dinner.  Students are needed to help serve.  On Saturday, January 21, they will host a country line dance and bar-b-que where students will help serve.  
Both events are expected to last between 5:30 and 9pm.
Money raised by the Elks go towards scholarships for Coral Shores students. 
See Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center today for more information or to sign up and participate.  
 
BOYS' LACROSSE PARENT MEETING
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2013
6:00PM
MS. ELLSWORTH'S ROOM
Get Ready….next week is Winter Spirit Week
Get Ready….next week is Winter Spirit Week
Tuesday is Sports Day – Wear Sports Attire/Jerseys/Etc. 
Wednesday is Woke Up Like This Wednesday – Wear Pajamas
Thursday is Alphabet Day – Dress up as something that starts with the same letter as your name
Friday is School Spirit Day – Wear Green and Gold

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017  
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Emily     Godsey
•     Felicia Morris
•     Zechariah Rock
Happy  Belated  Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•      Mr. Jacob Poelma
create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
The Elks Lodge of Tavernier is offering community service hours for students who can help with some upcoming events.  On Saturday, January 14th they will be hosting a Blues Brothers concert and dinner.  Students are needed to help serve.  On Saturday, January 21, they will host a country line dance and bar-b-que where students will help serve.  
Both events are expected to last between 5:30 and 9pm.
Money raised by the Elks go towards scholarships for Coral Shores students. 
See Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center today for more information or to sign up and participate.  
BOYS' LACROSSE PRACTICE WEDNESDAY

BOYS' LACROSSE PARENT MEETING
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2013
6:00PM
MS. ELLSWORTH'S ROOM
Get Ready….next week is Winter Spirit Week
Get Ready….next week is Winter Spirit Week
Tuesday is Sports Day – Wear Sports Attire/Jerseys/Etc. 
Wednesday is Woke Up Like This Wednesday – Wear Pajamas
Thursday is Alphabet Day – Dress up as something that starts with the same letter as your name
Friday is School Spirit Day – Wear Green and Gold

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017  
Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Christian  Foote
•     Lauren  Kuhn
•     Jared  Simpson
Happy  Belated  Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•      Gerardo Gonzalez-Eufrasio
•     Ryan    Mc Kenzie
•     Tanner Olsen


CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, January 12th 

Bubble soccer is back!!
On Thursday, January 19th, at 6pm, 8 teams of 6 students each will battle it out on the field to determine this year’s bubble soccer champion. TEAMS ARE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, so make sure to grab a form in the front office.  All forms and money are to be turned into Sofia Garcia. See Kailey Seiler if you have any questions.

Attention all athletes interested in playing Tennis this Spring. There will be a brief meeting immediately after school in the cafeteria today that will begin at 2:35pm. All student-athletes are welcome to attend this meeting if interested in participating this Spring.
Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to

 



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, January 11th 

Calling all students. Would you like an opportunity to create an original recipe that would be featured in school cafeterias? If so, pick up an application in the front office to see if your recipe has what it takes to make the cut. Deadline for recipe submissions is February 2nd. Good Luck!
The Elks Lodge of Tavernier is offering community service hours for students who can help with some upcoming events.  On Saturday, January 14th they will be hosting a Blues Brothers concert and dinner.  Students are needed to help serve.  On Saturday, January 21, they will host a country line dance and bar-b-que where students will help serve.  
Both events are expected to last between 5:30 and 9pm.
Money raised by the Elks go towards scholarships for Coral Shores students. 
See Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center today for more information or to sign up and participate.  
BOYS' LACROSSE PRACTICE WEDNESDAY

BOYS' LACROSSE PARENT MEETING
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2013
6:00PM
MS. ELLSWORTH'S ROOM
Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, December 19th 

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017  
Founders Park will be having a Run, Walk, Glow 5K at  night on  Friday, December 30th. Please spread the word! We would love to see you there. Also, if any students need volunteer hours we will need assistance on the course. Please have interested individuals contact  Anne Onsgard, Parks Operations Coordinator Islamorada, Phone: (305) 853-1685. 

The school board is conducting a survey regarding the start time for high schools.   Whether or want to keep our current schedule or see our school day start later, let your voice be heard.   Please visit the school’s website and take the student survey.   Students and parents have until Dec 22nd to take the survey. 

 The Media Center will be closed starting at lunch today through Tuesday next week.  If you have a library book to return please put it in the drop box next to the front door.

Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•     Jonah Gross
Happy  Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
•    Colt McGee
•    Jonathan     Ornelas
•    Missty Owens•    



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, December 16th  

As you probably have noticed, there is a giving tree in the courtyard made of stacks of lobster traps. It is similar to the one seen at the pilot house and down in key west. We need to finish decorating our tree though, in order to do so we need each 2nd period class to bring in can goods for the food pantry. For every 10 goods collected we will add a bouy for your class!! Bring them tomorrow and help us decorate our tree before winter break!  

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017  
Founders Park will be having a Run, Walk, Glow 5K at  night on  Friday, December 30th. Please spread the word! We would love to see you there. Also, if any students need volunteer hours we will need assistance on the course. Please have interested individuals contact  Anne Onsgard, Parks Operations Coordinator Islamorada, Phone: (305) 853-1685. 

The school board is conducting a survey regarding the start time for high schools.   Whether or want to keep our current schedule or see our school day start later, let your voice be heard.   Please visit the school’s website and take the student survey.   Students and parents have until Dec 22nd to take the survey. 

 The Media Center will be closed starting at lunch today through Tuesday next week.  If you have a library book to return please put it in the drop box next to the front door.

Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•    Rachael Clark
•     Lauren Farr
•     Connor Rhyne




CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, December 15th 

As you probably have noticed, there is a giving tree in the courtyard made of stacks of lobster traps. It is similar to the one seen at the pilot house and down in key west. We need to finish decorating our tree though, in order to do so we need each 2nd period class to bring in can goods for the food pantry. For every 10 goods collected we will add a bouy for your class!! Bring them tomorrow and help us decorate our tree before winter break!  

Students see Mrs. Moates if you would like application for the 7 Mile Bridge run.  Deadline is January 20, 2017  
Founders Park will be having a Run, Walk, Glow 5K at  night on  Friday, December 30th. Please spread the word! We would love to see you there. Also, if any students need volunteer hours we will need assistance on the course. Please have interested individuals contact  Anne Onsgard, Parks Operations Coordinator Islamorada, Phone: (305) 853-1685. 

The school board is conducting a survey regarding the start time for high schools.   Whether or want to keep our current schedule or see our school day start later, let your voice be heard.   Please visit the school’s website and take the student survey.   Students and parents have until Dec 22nd to take the survey. 

 The Media Center will be closed starting at lunch today through Tuesday next week.  If you have a library book to return please put it in the drop box next to the front door.

Environmental Club will now be meeting every Thursday after school in Mrs. Rehmann’s room instead of every other Monday.”

Tacky Sweaters and Holiday garb….drag it all out for Holiday Dress up day on Friday December 16th.   Don’t forget to bring money for the holiday photo booth at lunch.  

Happy   Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
•    Elizabeth  Black
•     Yaneysis   Lopez
•     Gabriel Pena
•     Nicholas    Pope
•     Tristian Woolery





CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, December 14th 

Founders Park will be having a Run, Walk, Glow 5K at  night on  Friday, December 30th. Please spread the word! We would love to see you there. Also, if any students need volunteer hours we will need assistance on the course. Please have interested individuals contact  Anne Onsgard, Parks Operations Coordinator Islamorada, Phone: (305) 853-1685. 
The school board is conducting a survey regarding the start time for high schools.   Whether or want to keep our current schedule or see our school day start later, let your voice be heard.   Please visit the school’s website and take the student survey.   Students and parents have until Dec 22nd to take the survey. 
 

Environmental Club will now be meeting every Thursday after school in Mrs. Rehmann’s room instead of every other Monday.”
This week is our first fundraiser for the PAC.  Fuzzy Buddha will be bringing a 32 ft x 18 ft outdoor big screen to the football field.  We will be showing Elf the Movie.
Doors are at 6pm and the movie will start around 6:30pm.  This is open to the public.  The suggested donation is $5.00 and we will have concessions available. (no outside drinks of food, please.)
Tacky Sweaters and Holiday garb….drag it all out for Holiday Dress up day on Friday December 16th.   Don’t forget to bring money for the holiday photo booth at lunch.  
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
    Kevin Dubon
     Calvin Kemmer
     Halley Lane
     Amy Nekhaila





CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, December 13th 

Today is the last day to order a Candy Cane gram! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or a Sophomore class officer for an order form. Expected delivery date is this Thursday!

Don’t miss the boys varsity basketball game with Palm Glades on Wednesday night.  We encourage you to come out and cheer for your Canes.  Admission is $5.
Environmental Club will now be meeting every Thursday after school in Mrs. Rehmann’s room instead of every other Monday.”
This week is our first fundraiser for the PAC.  Fuzzy Buddha will be bringing a 32 ft x 18 ft outdoor big screen to the football field.  We will be showing Elf the Movie.
Doors are at 6pm and the movie will start around 6:30pm.  This is open to the public.  The suggested donation is $5.00 and we will have concessions available. (no outside drinks of food, please.)
Tacky Sweaters and Holiday garb….drag it all out for Holiday Dress up day on Friday December 16th.   Don’t forget to bring money for the holiday photo booth at lunch.  
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
    Jorgen Heilbron
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
    Savannah Clark
    Samantha Gutierrez





CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, December 12th 

Today is the last day to order a Candy Cane gram! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or a Sophomore class officer for an order form. Expected delivery date is this Thursday!

Don’t miss the boys varsity basketball game with Palm Glades on Wednesday night.  We encourage you to come out and cheer for your Canes.  Admission is $5.
Environmental Club will now be meeting every Thursday after school in Mrs. Rehmann’s room instead of every other Monday.”
This week is our first fundraiser for the PAC.  Fuzzy Buddha will be bringing a 32 ft x 18 ft outdoor big screen to the football field.  We will be showing Elf the Movie.
Doors are at 6pm and the movie will start around 6:30pm.  This is open to the public.  The suggested donation is $5.00 and we will have concessions available. (no outside drinks of food, please.)
Tacky Sweaters and Holiday garb….drag it all out for Holiday Dress up day on Friday December 16th.   Don’t forget to bring money for the holiday photo booth at lunch.  
Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
    Jorgen Heilbron
Happy Belated Birthday Shout-outs go to:
    Savannah Clark
    Samantha Gutierrez





CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, December 9th 

The Key Club is proud to sponsor the Angel Tree!  Tomorrow, Thursday, December 8th at the beginning of announcements, one representative from each participating 6th period class will come down to the front office to select an Angel for their class to adopt.  Each participating class will then raise funds to purchase a gift or gifts for their Angel.  The age and gender of the child is listed on the front of the Angel and the gift wish list is listed on the front.  Thank you for supporting the Angel Tree and helping to make the Holiday Season bright for others!
 
The Key Club will meet today after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD.  Come and get some community service hours as we write Holiday notes to our soldiers and troops overseas.  See you there!
Any seniors who would like the scholar designation on their diploma you must meet the following requirements – in addition to regular graduation requirements…
You must pass at least 1 AP course, have 2 foreign language credits, rigorous math and science courses, 
And you must pass the following EOCS’s – Geometry, Algebra 2, Biology and US History.  Please see your counselor or Ms. Bedell by the end of the day Tuesday (tomorrow) if you have not passed one of these EOC’s and would like to retake it.
The Holidays are upon us! For only $1, send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends, teachers or staff members! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form.


You can’t buy happiness, but you CAN buy a yearbook, and that’s kind of the same thing! This month, buy a yearbook for $65 from Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 or from Airiana Lindback. Senior ads are also available. The deadline is January 13 for senior dedication ads. There are forms in the main office and in Ms. Susa’s classroom, or you can also talk to Airiana.

Friday the 16th is a Holiday Dress up day. Don't be a Scrooge, bust out all of your holiday gear.


Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
Hugo Barrera
Victor Barrera
Nichole Thomas





CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, December 8th 

Congratulations to the following students who earned their Microsoft Office certifications yesterday by passing the Excel test:  Caroline Barrow, Rebecca Galvan, and Daniel Koerperich (pronounced KER-per-ich).  

Also a big shout out to Tim Cole, who already earned his MOS certificate earlier this year – yesterday he earned his Microsoft Expert certification 

and scored a perfect 1000 in Word Expert in just over 15 minutes!  You will all be awarded with an incentive check from Monroe Computes…keep up the great work!
All varsity basketball team  players meet in Coach Hurst’s room at 4:00.
Any seniors who would like the scholar designation on their diploma you must meet the following requirements – in addition to regular graduation requirements…
You must pass at least 1 AP course, have 2 foreign language credits, rigorous math and science courses, 
And you must pass the following EOCS’s – Geometry, Algebra 2, Biology and US History.  Please see your counselor or Ms. Bedell by the end of the day Tuesday (tomorrow) if you have not passed one of these EOC’s and would like to retake it.
The Holidays are upon us! For only $1, send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends, teachers or staff members! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form.
You can’t buy happiness, but you CAN buy a yearbook, and that’s kind of the same thing! This month, buy a yearbook for $65 from Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 or from Airiana Lindback. Senior ads are also available. The deadline is January 13 for senior dedication ads. There are forms in the main office and in Ms. Susa’s classroom, or you can also talk to Airiana.
Friday the 16th is a Holiday Dress up day. Don't be a Scrooge, bust out all of your holiday gear.


Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
    Amanda Midling
     Cody Steinmetz
     Draven Tucker
     Nicholas Wahba



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, December 7th 

The Key Club is proud to sponsor the Angel Tree!  Tomorrow, Thursday, December 8th at the beginning of announcements, one representative from each participating 6th period class will come down to the front office to select an Angel for their class to adopt.  Each participating class will then raise funds to purchase a gift or gifts for their Angel.  The age and gender of the child is listed on the front of the Angel and the gift wish list is listed on the front.  Thank you for supporting the Angel Tree and helping to make the Holiday Season bright for others!
 
The Key Club will meet today after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD.  Come and get some community service hours as we write Holiday notes to our soldiers and troops overseas.  See you there!
Any seniors who would like the scholar designation on their diploma you must meet the following requirements – in addition to regular graduation requirements…
You must pass at least 1 AP course, have 2 foreign language credits, rigorous math and science courses, 
And you must pass the following EOCS’s – Geometry, Algebra 2, Biology and US History.  Please see your counselor or Ms. Bedell by the end of the day Tuesday (tomorrow) if you have not passed one of these EOC’s and would like to retake it.
The Holidays are upon us! For only $1, send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends, teachers or staff members! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form.


You can’t buy happiness, but you CAN buy a yearbook, and that’s kind of the same thing! This month, buy a yearbook for $65 from Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 or from Airiana Lindback. Senior ads are also available. The deadline is January 13 for senior dedication ads. There are forms in the main office and in Ms. Susa’s classroom, or you can also talk to Airiana.

Friday the 16th is a Holiday Dress up day. Don't be a Scrooge, bust out all of your holiday gear.


Happy Birthday Shout-outs go to: 
Hugo Barrera
Victor Barrera
Nichole Thomas

 



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, December 6th 

Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer team on their win over Pinecrest Charter School yesterday afternoon. Top scorers for the girls included, Emma UpChurch, Brie Comeforo, Keeley Catarineau, Lexi Gautierre and Audrey Butler. Come out and support your JV Girls Soccer Team today as they play Carrolton at 3:30pm. Go Canes! 
The Boys Varsity Soccer team defeated Pine Crest Charter yesterday 1-0. It was a tough battle the whole game. The Hurricanes scored in the 65th minute of the second half when Josh Holper was taken down from behind by a Pine Crest defender. Billy Butler makes the goal of the night with a Penalty kick and putting the Hurricanes up 1-0
The Hurricanes had multiple opportunities with Maxx Dixon’s 7 shots on goal, Josh Holper and Maxwell Potter were close behind with 3 shot each. 
The defense held strong with plays by Matt Mitjans, Kenya Thoman, Jacob Webb and Ryan De La Torre.
At Midfield Alex Jordan and Maxwell potter mixed it up by distributing the ball as the Hurricanes with make runs at the goal.  Josue Lara, Aaron Vazquez, Billy Butler and Jordi Hortensi created opportunities as outside wings and support for the midfield. 
Credit to Pine Crest goal keeper who kept them in the game by making great stops on our attacks. 
The next game is Friday at Home vs Gulliver Prep.  6pm
Any seniors who would like the scholar designation on their diploma you must meet the following requirements – in addition to regular graduation requirements…
You must pass at least 1 AP course, have 2 foreign language credits, rigorous math and science courses, 
And you must pass the following EOCS’s – Geometry, Algebra 2, Biology and US History.  Please see your counselor or Ms. Bedell by the end of the day Tuesday (tomorrow) if you have not passed one of these EOC’s and would like to retake it.
There will be a Key Club meeting this Wednesday after school in Ms. Truesdale’s Pod.  See you there!
The Holidays are upon us! For only $1, send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends, teachers or staff members! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form.



CSHS
Daily Announcements
Monday, December 5th, 2016

Any seniors who would like the scholar designation on their diploma you must meet the following requirements – in addition to regular graduation requirements…
You must pass at least 1 AP course, have 2 foreign language credits, rigorous math and science courses, 
And you must pass the following EOCS’s – Geometry, Algebra 2, Biology and US History.  Please see your counselor or Ms. Bedell by the end of the day Tuesday (tomorrow) if you have not passed one of these EOC’s and would like to retake it.
Please turn in all Poinsettia sales to Ms. Truesdale by Tuesday, December 6th.  Poinsettias will be delivered to the high school on Thursday December 8th.
Attention JV Girls Soccer Team: Practice will be held at 2:45pm today.  
Teens 4 Oceans will be hosting the group Florida Bay Forever, this afternoon in the library from 2:30-3:30.   All students and staff are welcome to attend.   Come to learn about the problems Florida Bay is facing and what actions we can take to help the cause.  
Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer team on their two wins on Friday and Saturday against Coral Springs Charter and Riverdale! Top scorers for the games were  Keeley Catarineau, Audrey Butler and Lexi Gautierre. In both games, the defense, led by Emma UpChurch, Mallory Hudson, Brie Comeforo and Kyla Catarineau, held strong and allowed  minimal shots on goals which were saved by keeper Makaela Sowder and Sierra Jenkins. Come out and support the Varsity Girls Soccer Team today as they play Pinecrest Charter at 4:00pm. All Varsity Girls must be at the field by 3:00pm.
There will be a Key Club meeting this Wednesday after school in Ms. Truesdale’s Pod.  See you there!
The Holidays are upon us! For only $1, send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends, teachers or staff members! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

•    Rachelle     Magdaong

Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Miles    Anderson
•     Jayden  Gattorno


CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, December 2nd 

Varsity Girls soccer plays home today at 3:30 and Varsity Boys soccer plays at 5:30.
Tomorrow Saturday at 11:30 am Girls Varsity soccer plays home.
Congratulations to the JV Girls Soccer team on their 3-0 win over Ransom Everglades. In the first half, goals were scored by Anna Carucci and Marlie Cakans and a third goal was completed by Mackenzie Freeman. Goalies Madeline Chilton and Cara Erikson had over 10 saves the entire game. A strong defense was led by Rachael Clark and Mackenzie Freeman who worked well with midfielders Sara Roth, Taylor Albury, Laine Ramsey and Courtney Conley. The Lady Canes will take on Westminster Christian next week away. Go Canes!
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Soccer team on their 2-1 win over St. Brendan. Audrey Butler scored the first goal during the first half  with an assist from Haille Patterson. Audrey added her second goal at the 8 minute mark with an assist from Keeley Catarineau. With 9 saves and 10 shots Lady canes goalkeeper Makaela Sowder maintained strong throughout the duration of the game. Come out and support your Lady Canes this afternoon as they host Coral Springs Charter School at 3:30pm. Go Canes!
The Holidays are upon us! For only $1, send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends, teachers or staff members! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form.

 
 
Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:
Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring a calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.
Do you want to be able to look back on all your favorite high school memories? If so buy a yearbook! They are a great way to relive your high school memories 10 or 20 years from now. Don’t pass up the chance to relive this treasured period of your life. See Ms. Susa (Room 2-2223) or Airiana Lindback to pre-order your yearbook today for just $65. For seniors looking to have your own dedication page in the yearbook, purchase one today! See front office, Ms. Susa or any of your senior class teachers for a contract. Don’t miss out on this amazing offer to cherish your high school favorite moments.

The Holidays are upon us! Send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form. Candy Cane Grams are $1 and will be delivered December 14th-16th.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

•    Oscar Zaldivar



CSHS ​Daily Announcements
Thursday, December 1st 
 
Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:

Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring a calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

Do you want to be able to look back on all your favorite high school memories? If so buy a yearbook! They are a great way to relive your high school memories 10 or 20 years from now. Don’t pass up the chance to relive this treasured period of your life. See Ms. Susa (Room 2-2223) or Airiana Lindback to pre-order your yearbook today for just $65. For seniors looking to have your own dedication page in the yearbook, purchase one today! See front office, Ms. Susa or any of your senior class teachers for a contract. Don’t miss out on this amazing offer to cherish your high school favorite moments.


The Holidays are upon us! Send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form. Candy Cane Grams are $1 and will be delivered December 14th-16th.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

•    Maya Cole  

 

CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, November 30th 

Please join the Band Room in Congratulating the following players selected for the 2017 District 20 Honor Band:
Miguel Quezada, Sarah Kelley, Adam Gordon, Savannah Hernandez, Brian Miller, Cara Erickson,  Shaymus Dockerty and Arianna Oliver.

Of those selected, one earned a high ranking position in the honors group: Shaymus Dockerty will perform as first chair lead trumpet.  Congratulations Hurricane Honors Band members!

All interested in playing Softball a mandatory meeting is being held today @4:30 pm @ the HS Softball field.
There will be a history club meeting after school today, Wednesday, in Mrs. Welch’s room” 
Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday:

Please park in the Wrenn Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:40 AM.  You MUST have your SAT Admission ticket AND a valid photo ID in order to be admitted.  In addition, please bring a calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Testing will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 1:00PM.  If you have any questions see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

Do you want to be able to look back on all your favorite high school memories? If so buy a yearbook! They are a great way to relive your high school memories 10 or 20 years from now. Don’t pass up the chance to relive this treasured period of your life. See Ms. Susa (Room 2-2223) or Airiana Lindback to pre-order your yearbook today for just $65. For seniors looking to have your own dedication page in the yearbook, purchase one today! See front office, Ms. Susa or any of your senior class teachers for a contract. Don’t miss out on this amazing offer to cherish your high school favorite moments.


There will be a Key Club meeting today immediately after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD.  An officer’s meeting and art committee meeting will follow. Be there!

The Holidays are upon us! Send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form. Candy Cane Grams are $1 and will be delivered December 14th-16th.
The Chaos Theory Project will be meeting this Wednesday after school in the PAC.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

•    Cody Dickerson





CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, November 29th    

Do you want to be able to look back on all your favorite high school memories? If so buy a yearbook! They are a great way to relive your high school memories 10 or 20 years from now. Don’t pass up the chance to relive this treasured period of your life. See Ms. Susa (Room 2-2223) or Airiana Lindback to pre-order your yearbook today for just $65. For seniors looking to have your own dedication page in the yearbook, purchase one today! See front office, Ms. Susa or any of your senior class teachers for a contract. Don’t miss out on this amazing offer to cherish your high school favorite moments.

The Lady Canes thoroughly beat the visiting Florida Christian with a score of 8-0 in a mercy rule game that ended about 12 minutes into the second half.Keeley Catarineau scored 3 of her 5 goals in the first half.  Audrey Butler scored 2 goals and also had 2 assist in the first half.  Haille Paterson had a goal and one assist in the second half along with Keeley's 4th, and then she closed out the game with her 5th goal from a great third assist from Audrey. Great job to goalie, Sierra Jenkins and the Canes strong defense lead by Emma UpChurch, Mallory Hudson, Brie Comeforo and Lily Costa.  

The Varsity Girls Soccer Team will practice at 3:45pm today. The JV Girls Soccer Team will practice at 3:00pm Today.

There will be a Key Club meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 30th immediately after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD.  An officer’s meeting and art committee meeting will follow. Be there!

The Holidays are upon us! Send a Candy Cane Gram to your favorite friends! Please see Mrs. Gonzalez or any Sophomore officer for an order form. Candy Cane Grams are $1 and will be delivered December 14th-16th.
The varsity Boys soccer team defeated Florida Christian Patriots 8-1 yesterday.

The team played well as they passed the ball around and controlled the tempo of the game.
The Hurricanes 4 half goals came from;

Josh Holper with an assist from Alex Jordan

Alex Jordan with an assist from Josue Lara

Maxx Dixon with an assist from Alex Jordan

Billy Butler on a Penalty kick.

The Hurricanes started the second half were they left off with goals from;

Jordi Hortensi with an assist from Maxx Dixon 

Maxwell Potters with an assist Alex Jordan

Maxx Dixon with an assist from Alex Jordan

Alex Jordan with an assist from Aaron Vazquez

Outstanding play came from Alex Jordan with 4 assists in the game, Maxx Dixon with 2 goals, Noah Hane with 5 saves in the game and Jordi Hortensi with first goal after returning from injury.

The Hurricanes Defense played extremely well with great stops from Matt Mitjans, Kenya Thoman, Jacob Webb and sweeper Ryan De La Torres.

Maxwell Potters took over center Midfield and Billy Butler and Josue Lara made great runs from right and left midfield positions.  

Josh Holper, Maxx Dixon and Alex Jordan created great runs and scoring opportunities as strikers 

The varsity team will host Coral Springs charter on Friday at 6pm

The Chaos Theory Project will be meeting this Wednesday after school in the PAC.

Please come out today and support your Hurricane Basketball teams as we host home games, 

JV @ 5:00 and Varsity to follow at 6:30. Go Canes!!

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

Benjamin Althouse
Brayan Argueta
Lauren Hack
Jessie Head
Matthew Pontefrac

Belated Happy Birthday Shout Out goes to:

Elizabeth Dobson

    
 




    
 


CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, November 16th    

Seniors will meet in the courtyard for a class photo at 1:25 p.m. at the end of 6th period tomorrow – Thursday, November 17.
There is a Coral Shores boys lacrosse meeting after school this Wednesday, November 16, at 240pm.  The meeting will be held in Mrs. Ellsworth room
The Key Club will be sponsoring a canned food drive and bake sale at the Winn Dixie, Tavernier Towne on Sunday, November 20th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Stop by Ms. Truesdale’s room to sign up to volunteer or bake.
Club photo day for the yearbook is immediately after school on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Please gather with your club outside the cafeteria right after school on Wednesday. 
Anyone interested in playing softball this upcoming season please enter your name on the signup sheet in the front office.  There is a mandatory meeting for all interested players Wednesday, November 30th @4:30 meet on the High School softball field.
All volleyball players need to turn in their papers to Mrs. Ets-Hokin by Friday – Nov. 18th for the banquet.  Also- anyone who has not turned in their uniform need to do it asap. Thank you.
On Saturday, December 10th, the Elks Lodge of Tavernier is looking for students to help with their Children’s Christmas Party.  Elves will be working with kids to decorate cookies and help during the day.  This will be a fun event that lasts from 10am to 3pm.   

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The Key Club is sponsoring a blood drive this Friday.  In order to donate you must sign up in the front office.  You must be at least 16 years old to donate.  If you are 16 or 17 years old you must get a signed permission form in order to donate.  Pick up a permission form in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood.


The Key Club is selling Holiday Poinsettias.  Swing by Ms. Truesdale’s room to get a sales form or ask any Key Club member.  All orders are due by Monday, December 5th.


Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Cole Doughty
•     Anthony Vasilenko

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Charlton Augustus



 
 
 Daily Announcements
Tuesday, November 15th    

Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Soccer Team on their 5-1 win against Key West High School. Haille Patterson with assist by, Keeley Caterineau had the first score of the evening.  Audrey Butler scored two goals with the assist from Paris Gasser and Keeley Catarineau. The last goal of the evening was scored by senior, Keeley Catarineau. Our defenders, Emma UpChurch, Mallory Hudson, Kyla Catarineau and Brie Comeforo held strong the entire game. The Lady Canes take on Somerset High School this afternoon at 3:30pm at Coral Shores. Come out and support your lady canes!

The JV Girls Soccer Team played a great game against Key West High School yesterday and ended the game with a 2-3 score. The two goals were completed by Natalie Dixon and a strong mid-field was led by Taylor Albury, Marlie Cakans, Anna Carucci, Mia Ruiz and Courtney Conley. Great saves on goal by Madeline Chilton and Cara Erikson and a strong defense was led by Mackenzie Freeman and Sara Roth. The lady canes travel to Key West on Friday to play Bay High School. Great job, Canes!

The Key Club will be sponsoring a canned food drive and bake sale at the Winn Dixie, Tavernier Towne on Sunday, November 20th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Stop by Ms. Truesdale’s room to sign up to volunteer or bake.

Club photo day for the yearbook is immediately after school on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Please gather with your club outside the cafeteria right after school on Wednesday. 

Anyone interested in playing softball this upcoming season please enter your name on the signup sheet in the front office.  There is a mandatory meeting for all interested players Wednesday, November 30th @4:30 meet on the High School softball field.

All volleyball players need to turn in their papers to Mrs. Ets-Hokin by Friday – Nov. 18th for the banquet.  Also- anyone who has not turned in their uniform need to do it asap. Thank you.

On Saturday, December 10th, the Elks Lodge of Tavernier is looking for students to help with their Children’s Christmas Party.  Elves will be working with kids to decorate cookies and help during the day.  This will be a fun event that lasts from 10am to 3pm.   

If you are ready for some laughs, come to the hypnotist show in the PAC this week on Wednesday at 6:30pm.  A $5 donation will be accepted at the door for Student Council.    

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The Key Club is sponsoring a blood drive this Friday.  In order to donate you must sign up in the front office.  You must be at least 16 years old to donate.  If you are 16 or 17 years old you must get a signed permission form in order to donate.  Pick up a permission form in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood.


The Key Club is selling Holiday Poinsettias.  Swing by Ms. Truesdale’s room to get a sales form or ask any Key Club member.  All orders are due by Monday, December 5th.

Attention Seniors: You are invited to attend the Ready Set College Information Session that will discuss Paying for College including information for FAFSA. The event will take place this Tuesday at the Murray Nelson Government Center. Please see Ms. Erin Fry if you have any questions. All Coral Shores Seniors and parents are invited to attend.

Attention Swimmers: The Swim Team Banquet is on Tuesday November 15th. Please bring your money to Ms. Katie Fry in room 2-224 by this Thursday November 10th.



 Daily Announcements
Monday, November 14th   

Club photo day for the yearbook is immediately after school on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Please gather with your club outside the cafeteria right after school on Wednesday. 

If you are ready for some laughs, come to the hypnotist show in the PAC this week on Wednesday at 6:30pm.  A $5 donation will be accepted at the door for Student Council.    

We are going to have another session of The Chaos Theory Project on Wednesday to add some new songs to the mix.lub is sponsoring a blood drive this Friday.  In order to donate you must sign up in the front office.  You must be at least 16 years old to donate.  If you are 16 or 17 years old you must get a signed permission form in order to donate.  Pick up a permission form in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood


The Key Club is selling Holiday Poinsettias.  Swing by Ms. Truesdale’s room to get a sales form or ask any Key Club member.  All orders are due by Monday, December 5th.
Attention Seniors: You are invited to attend the Ready Set College Information Session that will discuss Paying for College including information for FAFSA. The event will take place this Tuesday at the Murray Nelson Government Center. Please see Ms. Erin Fry if you have any questions. All Coral Shores Seniors and parents are invited to attend.
Attention Swimmers: The Swim Team Banquet is on Tuesday November 15th. Please bring your money to Ms. Katie Fry in room 2-224 by this Thursday November 10th.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Charlton Augustus


 
 
CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, November 9th  

Honoring the sacrifices many have made for our country in the name of freedom and democracy is the very foundation of Veterans Day. Show your support by wearing red, white, and blue this Thursday November 10!

 
 
We will be holding The Chaos Theory Project tomorrow after school.  

Attention Swimmers: The Swim Team Banquet is on Tuesday November 15th. Please bring your money to Ms. Katie Fry in room 2-224 by this Thursday November 10th.

Key Club is meeting today, join the Key Club in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school to assemble 100 bagged lunches for the Homeless.  Have fun with friends and get community service hours!

The Key Club will be sponsoring a Blood Drive, Friday, November 18th.  Any student who would like to donate blood must sign up in the front office.  You may only donate blood during an elective class period AND if you have notified the elective class teacher of your intent to donate during that class. If you are 16 or 17, you must have a signed parent or guardian permission form in order to donate.  Permission forms may also be picked up in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood!

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Gabrielle  Comeforo
•     Jeri  Goldberg
•     Jose   Lima
•     Michael       Signorelli
•    
Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Caitlyn  Abel
•     Jamie   Ang
•     Ricardo Donoso-Garcia
•     Yanisleidy  Machado
 



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, November 8th 

Congratulations to the swim and dive team at their regional meet on Friday. Tyler Arnold placed 5th in the region for diving, scoring points for the Canes. On the girls Medley relay, Courtney Nelson, Molly Hunter, Aly Sotolongo and Olivia Bang, placed 15th in the region and the Boys Medley Relay, Zybo Marchetti, Sean Sinnamon, Mathew Hardison and Craiger King placed 10th overall in the region. Congratulation to the whole team on a successful season!

SWAT will be meeting during lunch this Wednesday in Mrs. Wischmeier’s room.  

Do you know the difference between Veterans Day and Memorial Day? Many people confuse the two. Memorial Day is a day for remembering and honoring military personnel who died in the service of their country, while Veterans Day is a day to honor US veterans and victims of all wars. Show your support by wearing red, white, and blue this Thursday November 10!

Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer Team on their district game win against Westminster Christian. Goal was scored by Audrey Butler with an assist from Keeley Catarineau. A strong defense was lead by Emma Upchurch, Brie Comeforo, Mallory Hudson and Kyla Catarineau. Makaela Sowder had over 10 saves in goal! Come out and cheer on your JV and Varsity Girls team this upcoming Monday as they compete against Key West High School. 

A Reminder to the girls JV and Varsity Soccer Team: Practice will begin at 3:30pm today
We will be holding The Chaos Theory Project tomorrow after school.  

Attention Swimmers: The Swim Team Banquet is on Tuesday November 15th. Please bring your money to Ms. Katie Fry in room 2-224 by this Thursday November 10th.

Key Club is meeting today, join the Key Club in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school to assemble 100 bagged lunches for the Homeless.  Have fun with friends and get community service hours!

The Key Club will be sponsoring a Blood Drive, Friday, November 18th.  Any student who would like to donate blood must sign up in the front office.  You may only donate blood during an elective class period AND if you have notified the elective class teacher of your intent to donate during that class. If you are 16 or 17, you must have a signed parent or guardian permission form in order to donate.  Permission forms may also be picked up in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood!

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Gabrielle Comeforo
•     Jeri Goldberg
•     Jose Lima
•     Michael Signorelli



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, November 7th  

The Poetry Club will meet today after school in Mr. Ellsworth”s room.  Stop in to share your poetry or to get help with Poetry Out Loud.

Attention Swimmers: The Swim Team Banquet is on Tuesday November 15th. Please bring your money to Ms. Katie Fry in room 2-224 by this Thursday November 10th.

Attention all potential Future Business Leaders of America club members, there will be a meeting on Monday, Nov. 7 in room 2-201 to begin electing officers and continue recruiting.  Come and get your cookies and lemonade after school on Monday and bring another student who wants to join. If you can’t make the meeting, please let Mrs. Britton know.

Congratulations to Tim Cole, who earned his Microsoft Office Specialist certificate yesterday when he passed his Excel exam.  Tim plans to make even more money after he graduates by earning his Expert and Master Certificates in Microsoft. Great job, Tim!

Wednesday, November 9th, join the Key Club in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school to assemble 100 bagged lunches for the Homeless.  Have fun with friends and get community service hours!

The Key Club will be sponsoring a Blood Drive, Friday, November 18th.  Any student who would like to donate blood must sign up in the front office.  You may only donate blood during an elective class period AND if you have notified the elective class teacher of your intent to donate during that class. If you are 16 or 17, you must have a signed parent or guardian permission form in order to donate.  Permission forms may also be picked up in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood!

Attention, everyone who is interested in wrestling this year:  Our first meeting and practice will be today at  3 PM.  We will meet in front of the gym.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Noel     Quezada
•     Stephanie Rivero
•     Nicole Wapinsky
•    
Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Anthony Cosme
•     Elizabeth     Kyle
•     Adam Gordon



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, November 4th 

Attention Girls JV Soccer Team, practice will be held immediately after school at 2:45 on the field.

Are you concerned about the health of Florida Bay and the algae blooms occurring on our coastlines?  Teens 4 Oceans would like to invite you to join them This Sunday at World Wide from 4-7pm.  The Everglades Foundation will be there along with Florida Bay Forever to get community members to sign the Now or Never Glades Declaration.  Let your voice be heard and show up this Sunday from 4-7pm. 

Please turn in all UNICEF collection boxes to Ms. Truesdale as soon as possible.

Attention all potential Future Business Leaders of America club members, there will be a meeting on Monday, Nov. 7 in room 2-201 to begin electing officers and continue recruiting.  Come and get your cookies and lemonade after school on Monday and bring another student who wants to join. If you can’t make the meeting, please let Mrs. Britton know.

Congratulations to Tim Cole, who earned his Microsoft Office Specialist certificate yesterday when he passed his Excel exam.  Tim plans to make even more money after he graduates by earning his Expert and Master Certificates in Microsoft. Great job, Tim!

Wednesday, November 9th, join the Key Club in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school to assemble 100 bagged lunches for the Homeless.  Have fun with friends and get community service hours!

The Free Government Club will be meeting in the conference room of the Media Center during A Lunch every day this week.  These meetings are not mandatory but you do need to come at least once to be a member.  If you want to be part of a Fictitious government… run it, organize it, and live it, then we suggest you attend these meetings to be a part of the framing and to be considered for any leadership position.  We hope to see a lot of you participating.

The Coral Shores Drama club will be presenting Pac-A-Palooza today at 7pm in the PAC.  There will be singing, dancing, and acting numbers as your fellow students show off their talents.  There is a recommended $5 donation at the door and concessions will be served at intermission.  All proceeds will benefit the upcoming production of Phantom of the Opera.  Hope to see you there!

Attention students who are taking the SAT on Saturday: Please park in the Wren Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center door by 7:40 AM.  You must have your SAT Admission ticket, Photo ID, calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Students will NOT be admitted if they do not have a valid photo ID or their admission ticket. Testing will end around 1:00 PM so please plan accordingly. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

The ASVAB military entrance exam will be given next Wednesday, Nov. 9th 
10th-12th grades may sign up for free

Please sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs if you want to take it. 

Seniors: There is a scholarship for free housing at several universities if you have a 3.0 GPA and financial need. See Ms. Harris or pick up a flyer regarding this program!

All seniors should be completing the FAFSA for financial aid. Go to: fafsa.gov
The Key Club will be sponsoring a Blood Drive, Friday, November 18th.  Any student who would like to donate blood must sign up in the front office.  You may only donate blood during an elective class period AND if you have notified the elective class teacher of your intent to donate during that class. If you are 16 or 17, you must have a signed parent or guardian permission form in order to donate.  Permission forms may also be picked up in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood!
Upper Keys Volleyball Club Team will be holding try outs this Sunday, Nov. 6th at ICS at 2:30 – this is for any interested volleyball players ages 13-18.

The Coral Shores Volleyball team needs to return papers to Coach Ets-Hokin regarding the banquet as soon as possible for a head count.  Also- if you have not yet returned your uniforms – please hand in to room 4-106. Thank you.
Attention, everyone who is interested in wrestling this year:  Our first meeting and practice will be this coming Monday, November 7, 3 PM.  We will meet in front of the gym.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Alexis     Duran
•     Claudia    Martinez



CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, November 3rd 

Are you concerned about the health of Florida Bay and the algae blooms occurring on our coastlines?  Teens 4 Oceans would like to invite you to join them This Sunday at World Wide from 4-7pm.  The Everglades Foundation will be there along with Florida Bay Forever to get community members to sign the Now or Never Glades Declaration.  Let your voice be heard and show up this Sunday from 4-7pm. 

Please turn in all UNICEF collection boxes to Ms. Truesdale as soon as possible.

More congratulations to trumpet player Seamus Dougherty for earning a seat in the Miami Dade College Honor Band!

He’ll represent the Coral Shores Band in December in a weekend which will include rehearsals with award winning conductors, a concert with some of the best high school performers in our area, and a clinic with the internationally acclaimed group Dallas Brass.  Show him we’re proud!

Attention all potential Future Business Leaders of America club members, there will be a meeting on Monday, Nov. 7 in room 2-201 to begin electing officers and continue recruiting.  Come and get your cookies and lemonade after school on Monday and bring another student who wants to join. If you can’t make the meeting, please let Mrs. Britton know

Congratulations to Tim Cole, who earned his Microsoft Office Specialist certificate yesterday when he passed his Excel exam.  Tim plans to make even more money after he graduates by earning his Expert and Master Certificates in Microsoft. Great job, Tim!

Wednesday, November 9th, join the Key Club in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school to assemble 100 bagged lunches for the Homeless.  Have fun with friends and get community service hours!

The Free Government Club will be meeting in the conference room of the Media Center during A Lunch every day this week.  These meetings are not mandatory but you do need to come at least once to be a member.  If you want to be part of a Fictitious government… run it, organize it, and live it, then we suggest you attend these meetings to be a part of the framing and to be considered for any leadership position.  We hope to see a lot of you participating.

The Coral Shores Drama club will be presenting Pac-A-Palooza this Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th at 7pm in the PAC.  There will be singing, dancing, and acting numbers as your fellow students show off their talents.  There is a recommended $5 donation at the door and concessions will be served at intermission.  All proceeds will benefit the upcoming production of Phantom of the Opera.  Hope to see you there!
Attention students who are taking the SAT on Saturday: Please park in the Wren Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center door by 7:40 AM.  You must have your SAT Admission ticket, Photo ID, calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Students will NOT be admitted if they do not have a valid photo ID or their admission ticket. Testing will end around 1:00 PM so please plan accordingly. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

The ASVAB military entrance exam will be given next Wednesday, Nov. 9th 
10th-12th grades may sign up for free
Please sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs if you want to take it. 

Seniors: There is a scholarship for free housing at several universities if you have a 3.0 GPA and financial need. See Ms. Harris or pick up a flyer regarding this program!

All seniors should be completing the FAFSA for financial aid. Go to: fafsa.gov

The Key Club will be sponsoring a Blood Drive, Friday, November 18th.  Any student who would like to donate blood must sign up in the front office.  You may only donate blood during an elective class period AND if you have notified the elective class teacher of your intent to donate during that class. If you are 16 or 17, you must have a signed parent or guardian permission form in order to donate.  Permission forms may also be picked up in the front office.  Give the gift of life, donate blood!

Upper Keys Volleyball Club Team will be holding try outs this Sunday, Nov. 6th at ICS at 2:30 – this is for any interested volleyball players ages 13-18.

The Coral Shores Volleyball team needs to return papers to Coach Ets-Hokin regarding the banquet as soon as possible for a head count.  Also- if you have not yet returned your uniforms – please hand in to room 4-106. Thank you.
Attention, everyone who is interested in wrestling this year:  Our first meeting and practice will be this coming Monday, November 7, 3 PM.  We will meet in front of the gym.


CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, November 2nd 


Any student who did not receive their ID card on Photo Day or Photo Make-Up day should drop by the main office and put their name on a list. You must have had your photo taken with Herff Jones on Thursday, Oct. 20 or 27 to receive an ID card. 

Upper Keys Volleyball Club Team will be holding try outs this Sunday, Nov. 6th at ICS at 2:30 – this is for any interested volleyball players ages 13-18.

The Coral Shores Volleyball team needs to return papers to Coach Ets-Hokin regarding the banquet as soon as possible for a head count.  Also- if you have not yet returned your uniforms – please hand in to room 4-106. Thank you.

Attention, everyone who is interested in wrestling this year:  Our first meeting and practice will be this coming Monday, November 7, 3 PM.  We will meet in front of the gym.

CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, November 1st 


Any student who did not receive their ID card on Photo Day or Photo Make-Up day should drop by the main office and put their name on a list. You must have had your photo taken with Herff Jones on Thursday, Oct. 20 or 27 to receive an ID card. 


The annual sign-up meeting for girls’ Varsity & JV lacrosse will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 PM in Mrs. Ellsworth’s classroom next to the boy’s locker room. The meeting is mandatory for all returning players as well as new players. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting as well.


Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•      George Cuetara
•     Isaiah Edwards
•     Alonso  Garcia
•     Kevin Leon-Gonzalez



CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, October 31th  


Congratulations to the following Hurricane swimmers who are  moving onto regionals:
The girls 200 Medley Relay: Courtney Nelson, Molly Hunter, Olivia Bang and Aly Sotolongo. 
The Boys 200 Medley Relay and 200 Freestyle Relay: Zybo Marchetti, Sean Sinnamon, Mathew Hardison, and Craiger King. 

In individual events, Molly Hunter is moving on in the 100 yard Breaststroke, Craiger King in the 100 yard breastroke and 100 yard freestyle, and Zybo Marchetti in the 100 yard Backstroke. 

The Canes Swim team will be racing at NSU University School on Friday for the regional meet.

Mandatory Varsity Football team meeting today at 2:30. Please meet in the ISS room and be on time.

The annual sign-up meeting for girls’ Varsity & JV lacrosse will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 PM in Mrs. Ellsworth’s classroom next to the boy’s locker room. The meeting is mandatory for all returning players as well as new players. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting as well.

The annual sign-up meeting for girls’ Varsity & JV lacrosse will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 PM in Mrs. Ellsworth’s classroom next to the boy’s locker room. The meeting is mandatory for all returning players as well as new players. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting as well.

Any student who would like community service hours and to have some fun while doing something positive, meet the Key Club at 6:00 pm on Halloween, Monday night in the school parking lot to participate in Trick-or-Treat so kids can eat.  We will be heading over to the Colony to Trick-or-Treat to collect canned goods for the food pantry.  See you there!

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Jose Alexander    Boza
•     Paris Alexandria Gasser
•     Kevin Oscar Lopez
•     Hunter Spencer Slate
•     Robert Charles    Oshaben



CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, October 28th  

-Student Council would like to thank 6th period classes.  In 4 days, we raised $900 for the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys.  Congrats to Mr. Ellsworth’s class who won with $214 and Ms. Rosenow’s class who took second with $137.
  
-Remember that Monday will be the rescheduled Heroes vs. Villains Day. Get your costumes ready!

-The parade will start at 5pm tonight.  Afterwards, go to the courtyard for CANEival.  The game kicks off at 7pm.  
The annual sign-up meeting for girls’ Varsity & JV lacrosse will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 PM in Mrs. Ellsworth’s classroom next to the boy’s locker room. The meeting is mandatory for all returning players as well as new players. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting as well.

Support the CSHS food pantry and the Key Club this Sunday at our Canned Food Drive and Bake Sale from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Winn Dixie Tavernier.  If you would like to donate baked goods, bring them to the sale.  If you would like some community service hours, come volunteer!

Attention all interested volleyball players- there will be try  outs for Upper Keys Club Team at ICS on Sunday- November 6th at 2:30.

Do you want to save $10? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before this Monday, October 31 for only $55! The price goes up to $65 next week. Go to Ms. Susa’s room 2-2223 or find Airiana Lindback to buy your yearbook before it is too late. 

Senior ads are also for sale. Pick up a form from a senior teacher, in the office, or Ms. Susa’s room 2-2223 to purchase a senior ad.

The annual sign-up meeting for girls’ Varsity & JV lacrosse will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 PM in Mrs. Ellsworth’s classroom next to the boy’s locker room. The meeting is mandatory for all returning players as well as new players. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting as well.

Any student who would like community service hours and to have some fun while doing something positive, meet the Key Club at 6:00 pm on Halloween, Monday night in the school parking lot to participate in Trick-or-Treat so kids can eat.  We will be heading over to the Colony to Trick-or-Treat to collect canned goods for the food pantry.  See you there!

SENIORS! Please make sure you are mailing your transcripts to colleges you are applying to! We have information showing they are NOT receiving the electronic version! If you ordered transcripts, they are in the front office for pick up usually one day after the order!

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Terry Carnal    Cooper




CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, October 27th 

Congratulations to the lady canes varsity soccer team on their 5-0 win over Palmer Trinity yesterday. Senior Emma UpChurch with the assistance of Lily Costa, Kyla Catarineau and Mallory Hudson held a strong defense throughout the match. Audrey Butler, Keeley Catarineau, Haille Patterson and Brie Comeforo had their first goals for the season with assists from Davia Lowrie, Kelsey Caputo and Lexi Gautierre. 

Congratulations to all the students who passed their certifications yesterday, including Jonathan Williams. Jonathan passed his Word and Excel tests yesterday to earn his complete Microsoft Office Certification.  Jonathan will be rewarded with $500 from the Monroe Compute$ incentive program. 

Do you want to save $10? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before this Monday, October 31 for only $55! The price goes up to $65 next week. Go to Ms. Susa’s room 2-2223 or find Airiana Lindback to buy your yearbook before it is too late. 

Senior ads are also for sale. Pick up a form from a senior teacher, in the office, or Ms. Susa’s room 2-2223 to purchase a senior ad.

The annual sign-up meeting for girls’ Varsity & JV lacrosse will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 PM in Mrs. Ellsworth’s classroom next to the boy’s locker room. The meeting is mandatory for all returning players as well as new players. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting as well.

Any student who would like community service hours and to have some fun while doing something positive, meet the Key Club at 6:00 pm on Halloween, Monday night in the school parking lot to participate in Trick-or-Treat so kids can eat.  We will be heading over to the Colony to Trick-or-Treat to collect canned goods for the food pantry.  See you there!

Coral Shores is going to be supporting breast cancer awareness month on October 26th. We would like you to help us support breast cancer awareness month by dressing up in pink. If you share any photos on social media be sure to use the hashtag #pinktobercshs to be featured in the yearbook!   Also, donate money during 6th period to the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys.  This organization helps to fund living and medical expenses when all other financial resources have been exhausted.   Donate today through Thursday the 27th.  The winning class will earn a pizza or ice cream party!  

The deadline for seniors to turn in their senior quotes to Ms. Susa for the yearbook has been extended until this Friday, Oct. 28. Please be sure to get your quote in the yearbook by turning it in to Ms. Susa in Room 2-2223  by Friday.

Remember to buy your Homecoming tickets this week during lunch.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.   Visit the window outside Ms. Trish with $15 and 2 cans.  Also, please show your support and wear green and gold on Friday.  The parade will take place at 5pm, and CANEival will immediately follow in the courtyard.   The homecoming game will kick off at 7pm.  

The Masonic Lodge will be hosting a haunted house from Oct. 28-31st. they need volunteers! See main bulletin  board for phone contact and more information!

SENIORS! Please make sure you are mailing your transcripts to colleges you are applying to! We have information showing they are NOT receiving the electronic version! If you ordered transcripts, they are in the front office for pick up usually one day after the order!

Everyone interested in going out for wresting:  Please fill out the sign-up sheet in the front office located on the front desk.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Robert Andrew    Majeska
•     Adriana     Ornelas
•     John  Pierrot    Tunis


CSHS Daily Announcements
Wednesday, October 26th 

Do you want to save $10? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before this Monday, October 31 for only $55! The price goes up to $65 next week. Go to Ms. Susa’s room 2-2223 or find Airiana Lindback to buy your yearbook before it is too late. 

Senior sds are also for sale. Pick up a form from a senior teacher, in the office, or Ms. Susa’s room 2-2223 to purchase a senior ad.

The Swim and Dive team traveled to Ransom yesterday for their District meet and had a great day of racing. The Girls team placed 6th overall out of 15 teams in the district and the boys placed 4th overall out of 14 teams. Tyler Arnold placed first in diving and is the 2016 District Champion. Courtney Nelson, Molly Hunter, Olivia Bang and Kierston Heilbron placed 4th in the district in the girls Medley Relay.  Craiger King, Sean Sinnamon, Matthew Hardison and Zybo Marcheti placed 4th in the boys 200 Freestyle Relay. Jamie Ang swam a best time in the 50 yard freestyle and shed 10 seconds off her time. Freshman Olivia Bang placed 4th in the district in the 200 Individual Medley.  The final results will be available later this week and the Canes are very hopeful that many swimmers will be moving onto regional!

The annual sign-up meeting for girls’ Varsity & JV lacrosse will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 PM in Mrs. Ellsworth’s classroom next to the boy’s locker room. The meeting is mandatory for all returning players as well as new players. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting as well.

Any student who would like community service hours and to have some fun while doing something positive, meet the Key Club at 6:00 pm on Halloween, Monday night in the school parking lot to participate in Trick-or-Treat so kids can eat.  We will be heading over to the Colony to Trick-or-Treat to collect canned goods for the food pantry.  See you there!

Attention JV Girls Soccer team, practice will be at 2:45pm today on the practice field. 

Coral Shores is going to be supporting breast cancer awareness month on October 26th. We would like you to help us support breast cancer awareness month by dressing up in pink. If you share any photos on social media be sure to use the hashtag #pinktobercshs to be featured in the yearbook!   Also, donate money during 6th period to the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys.  This organization helps to fund living and medical expenses when all other financial resources have been exhausted.   Donate today through Thursday the 27th.  The winning class will earn a pizza or ice cream party!
 
The deadline for seniors to turn in their senior quotes to Ms. Susa for the yearbook has been extended until this Friday, Oct. 28. Please be sure to get your quote in the yearbook by turning it in to Ms. Susa in Room 2-2223  by Friday.

Remember to buy your Homecoming tickets this week during lunch.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.   Visit the window outside Ms. Trish with $15 and 2 cans.  Also, please show your support and wear green and gold on Friday.  The parade will take place at 5pm, and CANEival will immediately follow in the courtyard.   The homecoming game will kick off at 7pm.  

Underclassmen photo make-ups will be in the PAC this Thursday, Oct. 27 from 8:00 to 9:00. If you are a teacher or a student who missed Photo Day last week, plan on going to the PAC 1st  or 2nd  period Thursday between 8 and 9 a.m. for your yearbook photo. Students who had their photo taken are still welcome to order their photos from hjmiami.com. 

The Spanish Club will be meeting today  at 2:30 in Mrs. Gonzalez's room 2-205. Please attend to find out information on available community service hours.The Chaos Theory Project will be Wednesday, after school.  Live music is encouraged and Mr. Wood will be teaching audio engineering.  

The Masonic Lodge will be hosting a haunted house from Oct. 28-31st. they need volunteers! See main bulletin  board for phone contact and more information!

SENIORS! Please make sure you are mailing your transcripts to colleges you are applying to! We have information showing they are NOT receiving the electronic version! If you ordered transcripts, they are in the front office for pick up usually one day after the order!

Everyone interested in going out for wresting:  Please fill out the sign-up sheet in the front office located on the front desk.

Apply now for free college money. FAFSA.GOV

Any boys wanting to play basketball. There will be a short meeting today about what is needed before the first day of tryouts. Tryouts will begin on the Monday the 31st. The meeting on Wednesday is mandatory and if you can’t make it see Mr. Suarez on Tuesday in room 4-213.Attention Freshman! Leftover Tshirts are still available for purchase on a first come, first serve basis. They are $12 each

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Bryce  Bynum
•     Yahely  Ornelas
•     Arin Haille Rivera
•     Sergio Orlando    Trujillo-Perez



CSHS Daily Announcements
Tuesday, October 25th 

Coral Shores is going to be supporting breast cancer awareness month on October 26th. We would like you to help us support breast cancer awareness month by dressing up in pink. If you share any photos on social media be sure to use the hashtag #pinktobercshs to be featured in the yearbook!   Also, donate money during 6th period to the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys.  This organization helps to fund living and medical expenses when all other financial resources have been exhausted.   Donate today through Thursday the 27th.  The winning class will earn a pizza or ice cream party!  

The deadline for seniors to turn in their senior quotes to Ms. Susa for the yearbook has been extended until this Friday, Oct. 28. Please be sure to get your quote in the yearbook by turning it in to Ms. Susa in Room 2-2223  by Friday.

Remember to buy your Homecoming tickets this week during lunch.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.   Visit the window outside Ms. Trish with $15 and 2 cans.  Also, please show your support and wear green and gold on Friday.  The parade will take place at 5pm, and CANEival will immediately follow in the courtyard.   The homecoming game will kick off at 7pm.  

Underclassmen photo make-ups will be in the PAC this Thursday, Oct. 27 from 8:00 to 9:00. If you are a teacher or a student who missed Photo Day last week, plan on going to the PAC 1st  or 2nd  period Thursday between 8 and 9 a.m. for your yearbook photo. Students who had their photo taken are still welcome to order their photos from hjmiami.com. 

The Spanish Club will be meeting Wednesday, October 27th at 2:30 in Mrs. Gonzalez's room 2-205. Please attend to find out information on available community service hours.The Chaos Theory Project will be Wednesday, after school.  Live music is encouraged and Mr. Wood will be teaching audio engineering.  
The Masonic Lodge will be hosting a haunted house from Oct. 28-31st. they need volunteers! See main bulletin  board for phone contact and more information!

SENIORS! Please make sure you are mailing your transcripts to colleges you are applying to! We have information showing they are NOT receiving the electronic version! If you ordered transcripts, they are in the front office for pick up usually one day after the order!

Everyone interested in going out for wresting:  Please fill out the sign-up sheet in the front office located on the front desk.

Apply now for free college money. FAFSA.GOV

Any boys wanting to play basketball. There will be a short meeting on Wednesday about what is needed before the first day of tryouts. Tryouts will begin on the Monday the 31st. The meeting on Wednesday is mandatory and if you can’t make it see Mr. Suarez on Tuesday in room 4-213.

Attention Freshman! Leftover Tshirts are still available for purchase on a first come, first serve basis. They are $12 each.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Alejandro     Chairez-Ramos
•     Daniel James    Mc Mahon


CSHS Daily Announcements
Monday, October 24th 



Coral Shores is going to be supporting breast cancer awareness month on October 26th. We would like you to help us support breast cancer awareness month by dressing up in pink. If you share any photos on social media be sure to use the hashtag #pinktobercshs to be featured in the yearbook!   Also, donate money during 6th period to the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys.  This organization helps to fund living and medical expenses when all other financial resources have been exhausted.   Donate today through Thursday the 27th.  The winning class will earn a pizza or ice cream party!  

Remember to buy your Homecoming tickets this week during lunch.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.   Visit the window outside Ms. Trish with $15 and 2 cans.  Also, please show your support and wear green and gold on Friday.  The parade will take place at 5pm, and CANEival will immediately follow in the courtyard.   The homecoming game will kick off at 7pm.  

Photo Day make-ups will be this Thursday, Oct. 27. If you were absent last week or didn’t have your photo taken for any reason, go to the PAC Thursday morning for your photo, which will be used in the yearbook.

The Spanish Club will be meeting Wednesday, October 27th at 2:30 in Mrs. Gonzalez's room 2-205. Please attend to find out information on available community service hours.The Chaos Theory Project will be Wednesday, after school.  Live music is encouraged and Mr. Wood will be teaching audio engineering.  

There will be an Environmental Club meeting today after school in Mrs. Rehmann’s pod.  

The Masonic Lodge will be hosting a haunted house from Oct. 28-31st. they need volunteers! See main bulletin  board for phone contact and more information!

SENIORS! Please make sure you are mailing your transcripts to colleges you are applying to! We have information showing they are NOT receiving the electronic version! If you ordered transcripts, they are in the front office for pick up usually one day after the order!

Everyone interested in going out for wresting:  Please fill out the sign-up sheet in the front office located on the front desk.

Apply now for free college money. FAFSA.GOV

Any boys wanting to play basketball. There will be a short meeting on Wednesday about what is needed before the first day of tryouts. Tryouts will begin on the Monday the 31st. The meeting on Wednesday is mandatory and if you can’t make it see Mr. Suarez on Tuesday in room 4-213.

Seniors, your senior quotes are due today. Please drop them off to Ms. Susa’s classroom. You can write them on a sheet of paper. Be sure to include your name. 

Are you interested in running your own business now or after high school or after college?  Then join the Future Business Leaders of America club.  The club’s first meeting is today  after school in room 2-201. Earn some of the benefits like scholarships, cash rewards, discounts on travel, career portfolios and more.  If you can’t make the first meeting, please let Mrs. Britton know that  you are interested in joining the FBLA.

Attention Freshman! Leftover Tshirts are still available for purchase on a first come, first serve basis. They are $12 each.

If you are interested in performing in Pac-a-palooza, come and audition your act in the PAC today after school until 4pm.  Rehearsal times will be after school and are flexible.  The show dates are Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th!  We are looking for all types of performers so go talk to Miss Z in room 5-109 if you have any questions.

If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Niomi Rose    Garcia
•     Alex Thomas    Jordan

 Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•     Dustin Allen Kouns
•     Sean Phillip Platt
•     Karli Marie  Richards
•     Kyle Jason  Richards
•     Emily Mari Ruiz
•     Emme Michelle    Santayana
•     Benjamin Leyton Thomas
•     Dustin  Tyrrell

If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.





CSHS Daily Announcements
Friday, October 21st 



Photo Day make-ups will be this Thursday, Oct. 27. If you were absent last week or didn’t have your photo taken for any reason, go to the PAC Thursday morning for your photo, which will be used in the yearbook.

Seniors, your senior quotes are due this Monday. Please drop them off to Ms. Susa’s classroom. You can write them on a sheet of paper. Be sure to include your name. 

Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please bring your admission ticket, photo id, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, sweater and some snacks.  See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

Are you interested in running your own business now or after high school or after college?  Then join the Future Business Leaders of America club.  The club’s first meeting is Monday after school in room 2-201. Earn some of the benefits like scholarships, cash rewards, discounts on travel, career portfolios and more.  If you can’t make the first meeting, please let Mrs. Britton know that  you are interested in joining the FBLA.

Attention Freshman! Leftover Tshirts are still available for purchase on a first come, first serve basis. They are $12 each.

If you are interested in performing in Pac-a-palooza, come and audition your act in the PAC on Friday, October 21st and Monday, October 24th after school until 4pm.  Rehearsal times will be after school and are flexible.  The show dates are Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th!  We are looking for all types of performers so go talk to Miss Z in room 5-109 if you have any questions.

The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket are being sold during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  

Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA.




CSHS Daily Announcements
Thursday, October 20th 

Congratulations to Jonathan Williams and Sophie Williams, who both earned perfect scores of 1000 on their timed PowerPoint certification tests. They were among 14 students to pass their first Microsoft Office Certification Tests.  The first 125 students in the district to pass PowerPoint, Word and Excel tests will receive anywhere from $100 to $500 from the Monroe Computes incentive program and can receive up to $15,000 more than someone without the certificate when they apply for a job.

The Free Government Club will be holding  its first ever RESCHEDULED meeting in the conference room in the Media Center at A Lunch for the representatives and after school for anyone wanting to be a member.  If you want to be a part of a ficticious government: run it, organize it, and live it, then we suggest you attend the meeting on Wednesday, October 26th to be a part of the framing and to be considered for any leadership position.  We hope to see a lot of you there.

Seniors, your senior quotes are due this Monday. Please drop them off to Ms.Susa’s classroom. You can write them on a sheet of paper. Be sure to include your name. 

Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please bring your admission ticket, photo id, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, sweater and some snacks.  See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

Are you interested in running your own business now or after high school or after college?  Then join the Future Business Leaders of America club.  The club’s first meeting is Monday after school in room 2-201. Earn some of the benefits like scholarships, cash rewards, discounts on travel, career portfolios and more.  If you can’t make the first meeting, please let Mrs. Britton know that  you are interested in joining the FBLA.
Attention Freshman! Leftover Tshirts are still available for purchase on a first come, first serve basis. They are $12 each.

The  JV football team will play their last home game of the season today.  We want to invite everybody to attend the 7 PM game with Archbishop Curley.  Admission will be free for EVERYONE.
If you are interested in performing in Pac-a-palooza, come and audition your act in the PAC on Friday, October 21st and Monday, October 24th after school until 4pm.  Rehearsal times will be after school and are flexible.  The show dates are Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th!  We are looking for all types of performers so go talk to Miss Z in room 5-109 if you have any questions.
The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket are being sold during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  
Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA.
If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.
Are you interested in going to college for FREE? Come to the FKCC Open House today at 5:30 PM. -FKCC office located near the main admin building! Get Free tuition, and free books!
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•     Samuel Vallez


 Daily Announcements
Tuesday, October 18th 

(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)

PSAT testing is tomorrow for all 9th, 10th and 11th graders. Please be on time to school and report to your 1st period class for attendance.

Seniors- tomorrow is a regular school day from 7:35- 2:30. Please report to first period class for attendance and then go to the PAC until 11am for Senior Information.
If you are interested in performing in Pac-a-palooza, come and audition your act in the PAC on Friday, October 21st and Monday, October 24th after school until 4pm.  Rehearsal times will be after school and are flexible.  The show dates are Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th!  We are looking for all types of performers so go talk to Miss Z in room 5-109 if you have any questions.
Last night the Lady Canes played in the district tournament against Ransom at Westminster Christian. It was a slow start for a Monday and the team. Although they lost in 3 sets, the Lady Canes played well with Lizzie Warfield and Delaney Hoag leading the defense. Lizzie had 2 kills and 8 digs, Delaney Hoag had 6 digs, Brittney Doyle had 6 kills and 5 digs, Lauren McCormick and Lily Costa served well.
The Free Government Club with be holding its first ever meeting in the Media Center Conference Room.  If you want to be a part of a fictitious government… run it, organize it, and live it, then we suggest you attend the meeting on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17th  to be a part of  the framing and to be considered for any leadership position.  We hope to see a lot of you there.  
Get ready for picture day! School portraits will be taken on THURSDAY, October 20th. The underclass portraits will be taken by HJMiami Photo professional photographer and ae a great wat to preserve your school memories. Senior photos for seniors who haven’t yet taken them will be at 2pm on October 20th.

The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket are being sold during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  
Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA.
If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.
Are you interested in going to college for FREE? Come to the FKCC Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5:30 PM. -FKCC office located near the main admin building! Get Free tuition, and free books!
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•     Jonathan    Babich

Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Dainerys    Hernandez
•    Anna    Langley
•    Ivan    Mendoza
•    Michael Petrusha
•    Alyssa Sanchez



(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)

PSAT testing is tomorrow for all 9th, 10th and 11th graders. Please be on time to school and report to your 1st period class for attendance.

Seniors- tomorrow is a regular school day from 7:35- 2:30. Please report to first period class for attendance and then go to the PAC until 11am for Senior Information.

If you are interested in performing in Pac-a-palooza, come and audition your act in the PAC on Friday, October 21st and Monday, October 24th after school until 4pm.  Rehearsal times will be after school and are flexible.  The show dates are Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th!  We are looking for all types of performers so go talk to Miss Z in room 5-109 if you have any questions.

Last night the Lady Canes played in the district tournament against Ransom at Westminster Christian. It was a slow start for a Monday and the team. Although they lost in 3 sets, the Lady Canes played well with Lizzie Warfield and Delaney Hoag leading the defense. Lizzie had 2 kills and 8 digs, Delaney Hoag had 6 digs, Brittney Doyle had 6 kills and 5 digs, Lauren McCormick and Lily Costa served well.


The Free Government Club with be holding its first ever meeting in the Media Center Conference Room.  If you want to be a part of a fictitious government… run it, organize it, and live it, then we suggest you attend the meeting on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17th  to be a part of  the framing and to be considered for any leadership position.  We hope to see a lot of you there.  
Get ready for picture day! School portraits will be taken on THURSDAY, October 20th. The underclass portraits will be taken by HJMiami Photo professional photographer and ae a great wat to preserve your school memories. Senior photos for seniors who haven’t yet taken them will be at 2pm on October 20th.

The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket are being sold during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  
Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA.

If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.

Are you interested in going to college for FREE? Come to the FKCC Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5:30 PM. -FKCC office located near the main admin building! Get Free tuition, and free books!

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•     Jonathan    Babich

Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Dainerys    Hernandez
•    Anna    Langley
•    Ivan    Mendoza
•    Michael Petrusha
•    Alyssa Sanchez


Friday, October 14  
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)

The Lady Canes JV team won their first game this past Tuesday. They played well and strong with Ansley Gregis and Macey Harrelson at the net with 3 kills each. They played LaSalle last night and it was a hard battle, but lost. Ansley Gregis had 5 kills, 3 digs, Madeline Chilton had 4 digs, and Ali Guevara scored 4 points on serves. 

The Lady Canes Varsity took LaSalle to 4 sets last night. They kept it close in the first set 23-25, coming back and winning the second set 25-22, then fell in the 3rd and 4th set. Brittney Doyle had 12 kills, 4 aces and 4 blocks, Lizzie Warfield had 8 digs, and Delaney Hoag had 8 digs to keep our defense tight. They will be heading to Westminster Christian Monday for their District game tournament to go against Ransom. Game time is 5:00 – please come support our Lady Canes and watch a great match up. Go Lady Canes!

The Free Government Club with be holding its first ever meeting in the Media Center Conference Room.  If you want to be a part of a fictitious government… run it, organize it, and live it, then we suggest you attend the meeting on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17TH to be a part of  the framing and to be considered for any leadership position.  We hope to see a lot of you there.  
Get ready for picture day! School portraits will be taken on THURSDAY, October 20th. The underclass portraits will be taken by HJMiami Photo professional photographer and ae a great wat to preserve your school memories. Senior photos for seniors who haven’t yet taken them will be at 2pm on October 20th.


Need community service Hours? You don’t have to be in Interact for this event Sign up to earn points through Mrs. Kelley before school, during lunch or after school. Zumba –thon party in Pink for Cancer at the ELKS Saturday 
 We desperately Need volunteers to help Saturday October 15th from 9-11 in the morning  and from 11-1 in the afternoon.
Location Elks Club. 

The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket sales will begin next week during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  

Attention Seniors!  Cap and gown orders are due this week.  Herff Jones will be here on today in the cafeteria to pick up your order forms.

Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA.

If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.
Are you interested in going to college for FREE? Come to the FKCC Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5:30 PM. -FKCC office located near the main admin building! Get Free tuition, and free books!
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Daniel    Ornelas
•    Justin    Terry
•    Brandon    Turner



Thursday, October 13th  
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)
Congratulations to the Swim Team on their outstanding races at the County Championship meet yesterday. The boy’s team placed 2nd overall and the girl’s team took 3rd place. Jamie Ang, Carolyn Barrow, Kierston Heilbron and Vanessa Bang all finished with fast times in the 200 Freestyle. Paris Gasser, Olivia Bang and Courtney Nelson all had outstanding swims in the 200 Individual Medley. On the boys side, Sean Sinnamon and Jack Owens had fast times in the 100 butterfly. Tyler Arnold, Cole Moreland, Craiger King and Jordi Hortensie all scored points for the Canes in the 100 freestyle. Zybo Marchetti, and Tanner Olsen swam the 100 backstroke taking 1st and 4th. Jorgen Heilbron and Jack Owens took 2nd and 3rd in the 500 yard freestyle. The Canes will be traveling to Districts on October 24th.

Attention Freshman: Unclaimed Tshirts are now being sold on a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested, please bring $12 to purchase to Miss Kater in room 1-205. If you ordered a Powderpuff or Volleypuff shirt and have not paid or picked it up, you must do so by this Friday at 2:30


Need community service hours? You don’t have to be in Interact for this event Sign up to earn points through Mrs. Kelley before school, during lunch or after school. Zumba –thon party in Pink for Cancer at the ELKS Saturday 
 We desperately Need volunteers to help Saturday October 15th from 9-11 in the morning  and from 11-1 in the afternoon.
Location Elks Club. 

There will be an important Key Club meeting after school today in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school. Come learn about our Trick-or-Treat so kids can eat program and UNICEF Halloween collection drive.  Also, please remember to bring money to pay your dues. 

The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket sales will begin next week during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  

Attention Seniors!  Cap and gown orders are due this week.  Herff Jones will be here on today, Thursday and Friday in the cafeteria to pick up your order forms.

Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA.
If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.

Are you interested in going to college for FREE? Come to the FKCC Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5:30 PM. -FKCC office located near the main admin building! Get Free tuition, and free books!
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
   Veronica  Feairn
•    Yendri Perez
•    Sara    Roth


Wednesday, 10/12/16
Last night the Lady Canes were honored with Senior Night. We would like to thank Mr. Ellsworth for announcing, Alexis Moran for singing a beautiful National Anthem that gave most people chills and brought tears to our eyes, Mr. Russell for helping as the Athletic Director, Woody Cambell for setting up our PA system, and all the students, staff and parents who came and supported our girls in their last home match. The Lady Canes played Marathon – they had a slow start and dropped the first set, but dominated the second and third set 25-16, 25-19. Marathon took the next set in a classic battle to go 2-2 at that point. The Canes fell 13-15, in the last set after a long hard fought battle.

The Lady Canes put on a strong performance as Senior Haylee Curry had 7 kills, 3 aces, 6 digs and 6 blocks. Fellow Senior Contributor Brittney Doyle added 9 kills, 6 digs, 4 blocks, and at one point served 4 straight aces to contribute the teams 21 kills, 7 aces. Senior Lizzie Warfield added 14 digs, 2 kills, and 3 aces along with Senior Lauren McCormick’s 3 kills, 9 digs, and 3 blocks. The Lady Canes will take on LaSalle Thursday –(away game). Go Lady Canes- be proud and continue to go strong!
 
Attention Freshman: Unclaimed Tshirts are now being sold on a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested, please bring $12 to purchase to Miss Kater in room 1-205. If you ordered a Powderpuff or Volleypuff shirt and have not paid or picked it up, you must do so by this Friday at 2:30

Need community service Hours? You don’t have to be in Interact for this event Sign up to earn points through Mrs. Kelley before school, during lunch or after school. Zumba –thon party in Pink for Cancer at the ELKS Saturday


 We desperately Need volunteers to help Saturday October 15th from 9-11 in the morning  and from 11-1 in the afternoon. Location Elks Club.
 

There will be an important Key Club meeting after school today in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school. Come learn about our Trick-or-Treat so kids can eat program and UNICEF Halloween collection drive.  Also, please remember to bring money to pay your dues. 


The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket sales will begin next week during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  

Attention Seniors!  Cap and gown orders are due this week.  Herff Jones will be here on today, Thursday and Friday in the cafeteria to pick up your order forms.

Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA.
If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.

Are you interested in going to college for FREE? Come to the FKCC Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5:30 PM. -FKCC office located near the main admin building! Get Free tuition, and free books!
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Marley Dye
•    Michael Shea


Tuesday, 10/11/16
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)

Please come support our Lady Canes Volleyball Team tonight as they take on Marathon for their last home game and Senior Night Recognition. The JV game starts at 4:00 and varsity will take the court at 5:30. Go Lady Canes!!

There will be an important Key Club meeting this Wednesday, Oct. 12th in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school. Come learn about our Trick-or-Treat so kids can eat program and UNICEF Halloween collection drive.  Also, please remember to bring money to pay your dues. 

The homecoming dance has been rescheduled for October 29th from 7-10pm in the gym.   Ticket sales will begin next week during lunch. $15 plus 2 cans.   Anyone who purchased a ticket for the original date that cannot attend the 29th, can fill out a refund form once ticket sales begin.  

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Wellington Gideon
•    Susan Gutierrez



Monday, 10/10/16
 Seniors!  Cap and gown orders are due this week.  Herff Jones will be here on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the cafeteria to pick up your order forms.

The Academic Challenge Team will practice during A lunch on Wednesday

Seniors: Don’t forget to register for college financial aid through the FAFSA

If you would like to take the ASVAB, the military entrance exam, sign up with Ms. Harris or on main bulletin board. The test is on Nov. 9th for any 10-12th graders.

The Chaos Theory Project will kick off today, after school in the PAC.  All are welcome and they don’t have to be signed up.

Are you interested in going to college for FREE? Come to the FKCC Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5:30 PM. -FKCC office located near the main admin building! Get Free tuition, and free books!


Attention all Lady Canes who are interested in playing soccer this year. Today is our first practice. All athletes must meet at the practice field by 3:45pm. All athletic packets MUST be completed prior to practice. Please see Ms. Erin Fry in room 1-202 if you have any questions.

Attention Freshman, if you ordered a class shirt – TOMORROW is the last day to get your money in. If you ordered a shirt and do not pay by tomorrow, your shirt will be put up for sale on a first come, first serve basis. If you ordered a Powder/Volleypuff shirt, you MUST pay by tomorrow as well. Please bring your money to Miss Kater in room 1-205 ASAP

 
 
 
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:  Delmer      Avila

 
Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
Dylan Alpers-Brown
Jay Kubida
Jason Polanco
Cameron Rowland
Krystopher Velunza

 

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Attention Freshman! The class shirts are in! In order to receive your shirt, you must have your payment with you. No money, no shirt. All shirts must be paid for by the end of the day Thursday. Shirts can be picked up in Miss Kater’s room, room 1-205.

Attention to all leads in the lip dub:  Meet in Mrs. Thiery’s room at 2:31 sharp.  One minute to get there.  We will have 5 minutes to go over everything and then 5 minutes to practice.  We will be done by 2:45pm.  Please make it there quickly!!!!! If you do not show, your lead will be given to someone else.

Did you miss an opportunity to get a yearbook last year? Ms. Susa has 2015-2016 yearbooks on sale for $35 until the surplus is gone. See her in Room 2-223 if you want a chance to get last year’s yearbook for just $35. Students can also pre-order this year’s yearbook for $55 from now through October. In November, the price increases. See Ms. Susa for details.  

All Lady Canes interested in playing soccer this season, we will start pre-season conditioning today  immediately after school. Please meet at the practice field no later than 2:40pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Erin Fry at room 1-202 or Keeley Catarineau. All athletic packets must be completed prior to practicing. 

Interested in a career in the medical profession? Mariner’s Hospital offers an opportunity to experience a Day In The Life Of a Nurse. See Ms. Bedell by Friday for more information.

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance are now on sale during lunch outside of Ms. Trish’s office.   Tickets are $15 plus 2 nonperishable food items for our school food pantry.
  
Attention Seniors who are going to college! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens registration Oct. 1st. Apply now to find out how much FREE money you will get for college!!
Please add on there…Go to: www.fafsa.gov

On Saturday, October 15th from 8:30am until 1pm there is a fund raiser to benefit breast cancer being held at the Elks Lodge.  It is called “Party in Pink” and it is a Zumbathon”.  They are looking for volunteers from the Interact Club to assist in helping with setting up the room and working during the actual event.  Some of the jobs that they need help with include registration table, selling raffle tickets, taking pictures, t-shirt cutting, selling merchandise and break down & clean up.  They are looking for about 10-12 volunteers in total.  Oh yes, you can also do Zumba for free!

The ASVAB military entrance exam has changed dates to Nov. 9th. 10-12th graders may sign up to take this free test. Sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs or with Ms. Harris
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Alexander Castillo
•    Lauren Hutchings
•    ALEXIS ROMERO


Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Attention Freshman! The class shirts are in! In order to receive your shirt, you must have your payment with you. No money, no shirt. All shirts must be paid for by the end of the day Thursday. Shirts can be picked up in Miss Kater’s room, room 1-205.

Volleyball team today in the gym as they take on Pinecrest Prep. The JV team will play at 4:00 and varsity will play at 5:30. There will be gift certificate giveaways to one lucky adult and one lucky student.  Go Canes! 

Interact meeting cancelled; students with dues for shirts can visit me after school. We will meet next Tuesday.

Attention to all leads in the lip dub:  Meet in Mrs. Thiery’s room at 2:31 sharp.  One minute to get there.  We will have 5 minutes to go over everything and then 5 minutes to practice.  We will be done by 2:45pm.  Please make it there quickly!!!!! If you do not show, your lead will be given to someone else.

Did you miss an opportunity to get a yearbook last year? Ms. Susa has 2015-2016 yearbooks on sale for $35 until the surplus is gone. See her in Room 2-223 if you want a chance to get last year’s yearbook for just $35. Students can also pre-order this year’s yearbook for $55 from now through October. In November, the price increases. See Ms. Susa for details.  


All Lady Canes interested in playing soccer this season, we will start pre-season conditioning today  immediately after school. Please meet at the practice field no later than 2:40pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Erin Fry at room 1-202 or Keeley Catarineau. All athletic packets must be completed prior to practicing. 

Interested in a career in the medical profession? Mariner’s Hospital offers an opportunity to experience a Day In The Life Of a Nurse. See Ms. Bedell by Friday for more information.

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance are now on sale during lunch outside of Ms. Trish’s office.   Tickets are $15 plus 2 nonperishable food items for our school food pantry.   

Attention Seniors who are going to college! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens registration Oct. 1st. Apply now to find out how much FREE money you will get for college!!
Please add on there…Go to: www.fafsa.gov.


On Saturday October 15th from 8:30am until 1pm there is a fund raiser to benefit breast cancer being held at the Elks Lodge.  It is called “Party in Pink” and it is a Zumbathon”.  They are looking for volunteers from the Interact Club to assist in helping with setting up the room and working during the actual event.  Some of the jobs that they need help with include registration table, selling raffle tickets, taking pictures, t-shirt cutting, selling merchandise and break down & clean up.  They are looking for about 10-12 volunteers in total.  Oh yes, you can also do Zumba for free!


The ASVAB military entrance exam has changed dates to Nov. 9th. 10-12th graders may sign up to take this free test. Sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs or with Ms. Harris.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•     Juan Fleita
•    Carly Lindback




Monday, October 3, 2016
Don’t forget that tomorrow is Ohana Day:  Wear your Hawaiian attire!! 

Coral Shores Hurricanes @ Immaculata LaSalle H.S. September 30th, after several lighting delays, the Hurricanes took on the Royal Lions in a very wet conditions in Coral Gables.
Despite heat TD receptions by Elijah Woods and Sean Walters, and some hard hitting defense, the Hurricanes lost in the final minutes 19-13. This week the Hurricanes are at home against Florida Christian for homecoming on Friday night.


All Lady Canes interested in playing soccer this season, we will start pre-season conditioning tomorrow immediately after school. Please meet at the practice field no later than 2:40pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Erin Fry at room 1-202 or Keeley Catarineau. All athletic packets must be completed prior to practicing.

Congratulations to the Swim Team on their successful win over LaSalle on Friday. Both Girls and Boys team won the meet overall and had many first place finishes and many outstanding swims. Tanner Olsen and Cole Moreland took first and second in the 50 yard freestyle. Kierston Heilbron, Molly Hunter, Olivia Bang, and Courtney Nelson took first place in the girls 200 Medley Relay along with Zybo Marchetti, Craiger King, Jack Owens, and Jorgen Heilbron placing first in the boys 200 Medley Relay. The Swim Team will be traveling to Key West this Wednesday for the County Championship meet. Go Canes!

Interested in a career in the medical profession? Mariner’s Hospital offers an opportunity to experience a Day In The Life Of a Nurse. See Ms. Bedell by Friday for more information.

There will be a Drama Club meeting after school today  in Miss Z’s room, room 5-109. We will be discussing the New York City trip, electing new officers, and discussing our upcoming Phantom of the Opera production.  If you are unable to attend, please speak with Miss Z.

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance are now on sale during lunch outside of Ms. Trish’s office.   Tickets are $15 plus 2 nonperishable food items for our school food pantry.  

Attention Seniors who are going to college! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens registration Oct. 1st. Apply now to find out how much FREE money you will get for college!!
Please add on there…Go to: www.fafsa.gov

On Saturday October 15th from 8:30am until 1pm there is a fund raiser to benefit breast cancer being held at the Elks Lodge.  It is called “Party in Pink” and it is a Zumbathon”.  They are looking for volunteers from the Interact Club to assist in helping with setting up the room and working during the actual event.  Some of the jobs that they need help with include registration table, selling raffle tickets, taking pictures, t-shirt cutting, selling merchandise and break down & clean up. They are looking for about 10-12 volunteers in total.  Oh yes, you can also do Zumba for free!

The ASVAB military entrance exam has changed dates to Nov. 9th. 10-12th graders may sign up to take this free test. Sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs or with Ms. Harris
Do you want to save $10 on this year’s yearbook? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before October 31 for only $55! Go to room 2-223 or find Airiana Lindback to order your yearbook. Ads are also for sale; pick up a form in the office or room 2-223 to purchase a business or senior ad. Don’t miss out on this chance to save $10 or buy your senior ad in this year’s yearbook! See Ms. Susa or Junior Airiana Lindback for details.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
Abran  Mendoza
Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
Morgan      Besterman
Jason         Castillo
Miguel        Gomez


Friday, September 30, 2016
There will be a Drama Club meeting after school on Monday, October 3rd in Miss Z’s room, room 5-109. We will be discussing the New York City trip, electing new officers, and discussing our upcoming Phantom of the Opera production.  If you are unable to attend, please speak with Miss Z.

Last night the cross country team ran in the Westminister invite. The girls ran first with Emma Upchurch and Katie Robinson setting new personal records. Bailey Robinson and Hailey Pacyna also set new personal records. For the boys, Tyler Vandergriff finished 7th overall with a personal best time of 19 minutes. The boys finished 3rd place overall as a team beating out 11 other teams.

Next week is Spirit Week:  Start getting your outfits ready!  

Monday is class color day and students will also be decorating stairwells before school for the class stairwell competition. 
Tuesday is Ohana Day:  Wear Hawaiian attire.  Mural painting will take place after school Tuesday or before school on Wednesday.
Wednesday is Favorite Disney Character Day and class murals will be judged by 2nd period
Thursday is Heroes vs. Villians Day/
Friday students should wear green and gold.   9th-11th graders will report to their first period teacher while seniors will paint their parking spaces. 

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance are now on sale during lunch outside of Ms. Trish’s office.   Tickets are $15 plus 2 nonperishable food items for our school food pantry.  

Attention Seniors who are going to college! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens registration Oct. 1st. Apply now to find out how much FREE money you will get for college!!  Go to: www.fafsa.gov
 
On Saturday October 15th from 8:30am until 1pm there is a fund raiser to benefit breast cancer being held at the Elks Lodge.  It is called “Party in Pink” and it is a Zumbathon”.  They are looking for volunteers from the Interact Club to assist in helping with setting up the room and working during the actual event.  Some of the jobs that they need help with include registration table, selling raffle tickets, taking pictures, t-shirt cutting, selling merchandise and break down & clean up. 
 They are looking for about 10-12 volunteers in total.  Oh yes, you can also do Zumba for free!

Come out and support the Swim Team today for their race against Lasalle. The meet starts at 4pm and will be at Founders Park.

Many seniors have requested transcripts but have not come back to get them in the main office. You must mail these to your colleges! You may have to wait 2-4 weeks for colleges to update your application that they received them.

Attention students who are taking the SAT on Saturday:
Please park in the Wren Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center door by 7:40 AM.  You must have your SAT Admission ticket, Photo ID, calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Students will NOT be admitted if they do not have a vaild photo ID or their admission ticket. Testing will end around 1:00 PM so please plan accordingly. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.
 
The ASVAB military entrance exam has changed dates to Nov. 9th. 10-12th graders may sign up to take this free test. Sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs or with Ms. Harris.
Do you want to save $10 on this year’s yearbook? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before October 31 for only $55! Go to room 2-223 or find Airiana Lindback to order your yearbook. Ads are also for sale; pick up a form in the office or room 2-223 to purchase a business or senior ad. Don’t miss out on this chance to save $10 or buy your senior ad in this year’s yearbook! See Ms. Susa or Junior Airiana Lindback for details.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
  Savannah   Hernandez
 


Thursday, September 29, 2016
Next week is Spirit Week:  Start getting your outfits ready!  
 
Monday is class color day and students will also be decorating stairwells before school for the class stairwell competition.  
Tuesday is Ohana Day:  Wear Hawaiian attire.  Mural painting will take place after school Tuesday or before school on Wednesday.
Wednesday is Favorite Disney Character Day and class murals will be judged by 2nd period
Thursday is Heroes vs. Villians Day
Friday students should wear green and gold.   9th-11th graders will report to their first period teacher while seniors will paint their parking spaces.  


Tickets for the Homecoming Dance are now on sale during lunch outside of Ms. Trish’s office.   Tickets are $15 plus 2 nonperishable food items for our school food pantry.  
 

On Saturday October 15th from 8:30am until 1pm there is a fund raiser to benefit breast cancer being held at the Elks Lodge.  It is called “Party in Pink” and it is a Zumbathon”.  They are looking for volunteers from the Interact Club to assist in helping with setting up the room and working during the actual event.  Some of the jobs that they need help with include registration table, selling raffle tickets, taking pictures, t-shirt cutting, selling merchandise and break down & clean up.  

 They are looking for about 10-12 volunteers in total.  Oh yes, you can also do Zumba for free!
Come out and support the Swim Team tomorrow for their race against Lasalle. The meet starts at 4pm and will be at Founders Park.
 
There is a home game today in the gym at 4:00 (JV) and 5:30 ( varsity). Please come out and support the Lady Canes Volleyball team as they take on Key West Conchs. It will be a great game and there will be one lucky winner for a gift certificate that will be given away between the JV game and the Varsity game. We also have new programs being sold for 3.00 a piece with the teams schedules, individual players pictures, and team sponsors available at the door. See you at 4:00 today in the gym. Go Canes!!

Many seniors have requested transcripts but have not come back to get them in the main office. You must mail these to your colleges! You may have to wait 2-4 weeks for colleges to update your application that they received them.

Attention students who are taking the SAT on Saturday:
Please park in the Wren Street parking lot and be outside the Media Center door by 7:40 AM.  You must have your SAT Admission ticket, Photo ID, calculator, pencils, water and snacks.  Students will NOT be admitted if they do not have a vaild photo ID or their admission ticket. Testing will end around 1:00 PM so please plan accordingly. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

The ASVAB military entrance exam has changed dates to Nov. 9th. 10-12th graders may sign up to take this free test. Sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs or with Ms. Harris
Senior t-shirts are in and can be picked up after school in room 1-204.  Cost is $15.00.
SOPHOMORES!! SHOW YOUR CLASS SPIRIT BY ORDERING A CLASS SHIRT FOR HOMECOMING WEEK. PLEASE SEE MRS. GONZALEZ IN ROOM 2-205 FOR AN ORDER FORM!!! SHIRTS ARE $15, HURRY BEFORE THEY RUN OUT!

Any Lady Canes interested in participating in soccer this year must attend the mandatory meeting that is being held immediately after school today in Mrs. Mary Jo Fry’s classroom. Please see Ms. Erin Fry in room 1-202 if you have any questions or concerns. 

Do you want to save $10 on this year’s yearbook? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before October 31 for only $55! Go to room 2-223 or find Airiana Lindback to order your yearbook. Ads are also for sale; pick up a form in the office or room 2-223 to purchase a business or senior ad. Don’t miss out on this chance to save $10 or buy your senior ad in this year’s yearbook! See Ms. Susa or Junior Airiana Lindback for details. 

The Village of Islamorada is extending an invitation to any students who live in the village to join the youth council.  See Mrs. Fry in room 1-206 for an application if you are interested in joining the council.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Noah Arnold
•    William Coffin
•    Marcos Gonzalez-Quevedo
•    Tyler    Vandergriff



Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016
There will be a history club meeting in Mrs. Welch’s room after school today.

SOPHOMORES!! SHOW YOUR CLASS SPIRIT BY ORDERING A CLASS SHIRT FOR HOMECOMING WEEK. PLEASE SEE MRS. GONZALEZ IN ROOM 2-205 FOR AN ORDER FORM!!! SHIRTS ARE $15, HURRY BEFORE THEY RUN OUT!

Any Lady Canes interested in participating in soccer this year must attend the mandatory meeting that is being held immediately after school this Thursday in Mrs. Mary Jo Fry’s classroom. Please see Ms. Erin Fry in room 1-202 if you have any questions or concerns. 

Do you want to save $10 on this year’s yearbook? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before October 31 for only $55! Go to room 2-223 or find Ariana Lindback to order your yearbook. Ads are also for sale; pick up a form in the office or room 2-223 to purchase a business or senior ad. Don’t miss out on this chance to save $10 or buy your senior ad in this year’s yearbook! See Ms. Susa or Junior Airiana Lindback for details. 

The Village of Islamorada is extending an invitation to any students who live in the village to join the youth council.  See Mrs. Fry in room 1-206 for an application if you are interested in joining the council.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Bay    Barnes
•    Nicole Dotschay
•    Kathleen Foley
•    Ryan    Guth
•    Edgar Gutierrez
•    Mia    Harris


Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016
Come out and support the Canes Swim Team today for their race against Marathon and Keys Gate. The meet starts at 4pm and will be at Founders Park. Go Canes!

SOPHOMORES!! SHOW YOUR CLASS SPIRIT BY ORDERING A CLASS SHIRT FOR HOMECOMING WEEK. PLEASE SEE MRS. GONZALEZ IN ROOM 2-205 FOR AN ORDER FORM!!! SHIRTS ARE $15, HURRY BEFORE THEY RUN OUT!

Any Lady Canes interested in participating in soccer this year must attend the mandatory meeting that is being held immediately after school this Thursday in Mrs. Mary Jo Fry’s classroom. Please see Ms. Erin Fry in room 1-202 if you have any questions or concerns. 


Sophomores, class shirts are still available for $15! See Mrs. Gonzalez for an order form. 

Do you want to save $10 on this year’s yearbook? If you said yes, buy a yearbook before October 31 for only $55! Go to room 2-223 or find Airiana Lindback to order your yearbook. Ads are also for sale; pick up a form in the office or room 2-223 to purchase a business or senior ad. Don’t miss out on this chance to save $10 or buy your senior ad in this year’s yearbook! See Ms. Susa or Junior Airiana Lindback for details.


Today’s volleyball match is cancelled. There will be practice today, 3:30-5:30.

The Village of Islamorada is extending an invitation to any students who live in the village to join the youth council.  See Mrs. Fry in room 1-206 for an application if you are interested in joining the council.

Attention all students that want to play baseball during the 2016-2017 upcoming season. There is a mandatory player and parent meeting being held today, September 27th at 6:00 PM in classroom next to the boy’s locker room.  Everyone that wants to play must attend.  If you have any questions please see Coach Meyers or Mrs. Signorelli.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Nairobi  Govan
•    Brandon  Lopez
•    Genesis Paguada-Garcia



Monday, Sept. 26, 2016
Last week the Cross Country team raced on Thursday and on Friday. This may seem like a bit much but the team’s hard work paid off, taking 1st place on Thursday against ICS and a few other small schools. Then even on tired legs the team competed in the Junior Orange Bowl Open. The Boys took 2nd place out of 17 teams with Zac Rodriguez and Captain Tyler Vandergriff both placing in the top 20 of over 150 runners. The girls took 6th of 13 teams with both Captains, Emma Upchurch and Bailey Robinson, setting personal records even though they raced the day before.

Attention all students that want to play baseball during the 2016-2017 upcoming season. There is a mandatory player and parent meeting being held this Tuesday, September 27th at 6:00 PM in  the classroom next to the boy’s locker room. Everyone that wants to play must attend.  If you have any questions please see Coach Meyers or Mrs. Signorelli.

Powderpuff practice is this evening from 6:30-7:30.   Make sure your class sponsor has a copy of your medical consent.  Players without one will not be allowed to practice.  

Homecoming Court members need to stay after school for a meeting.  Please report to Ms. Rosenow’s room 4-105.

Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•     Derrick    Davis
•    Alexandra    De Toro



Friday, Sept. 23, 2016
The Lady Canes Volleyball was put to the test Thursday by a shrewd Carollton squad.  Although the Canes fell 3 sets to 1, they put up a strong performance.  
The Lady Canes’, Lauren McCormick led the team with 9 kills, 8 digs, 5 blocks and 2 aces.    Haylee Curry added 4 kills, 4 aces and 6 blocks. The Lady canes continue to serve well and played unyielding defense on the long rallies, led by senior Lizzie Warfield with 9 digs. Sierra Jenkins, stepped in at setter and added 5 digs, 3 blocks and 3 aces.  Solid teamwork kept the sets close.  Set scores 18-25, 25-11, 15-25, 15-25.   The Lady Canes are at home Tuesday against Pinecrest.   Go Canes! 

For powderpuff and volleypuff:  please continue to turn in medical releases to your class sponsor.

Attention all students who want to play baseball during the 2016-2017 upcoming season:
There is a mandatory player and parent meeting being held this Tuesday, September 27th, at 6:00 PM in classroom next to the boy’s locker room.
Everyone who wants to play must attend.  If you have any questions please see Coach Meyers or Mrs. Signorelli.

Freshman, if you want to play powderpuff or volleypuff, or just want a class T-shirt, you must turn in your order form to Miss Kater by 2:30 TODAY. No late orders will be accepted.

Take Stock in Children Fishing Tournament- Interact  volunteers who signed up to be at the Elks Club mm92. We need strong guys or gals Friday 2:45- 5  to set up tables/ chairs , servers from 5-7 pm.


The football boosters are planning a black out tonight  at George Barley Stadium.  We are asking that fans show their support and come wearing black to match the team's new uniforms. 

All seniors should have their senior photos taken by October 1 if they would like to have photos taken by Melendi or another professional photographer. Picture Day for all students, faculty, and staff will be Thursday, Oct. 20. Seniors who haven’t had their senior photos taken by that time are required to have them taken by Herff Jones at 2 p.m. on that day – Thursday, Oct. 20  - for the yearbook.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Kelsey Caputo
•    Katherine Robinson
•    Sara Rubalcava-Mendoza

Weekend Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Noah Bitton
•    Kyla Catarineau
•    Aiden Hawkins
•    Sierra Jenkins
•    Sebastian Jimenez Parra
•    Haille Paterson
•    Cristina Upchurch



Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016
The football boosters are planning a black out tomorrow evening at George Barley Stadium.  We are asking that fans show their support and come wearing black to match the team's new uniforms.

Please come support the Lady Canes today as they take on Carrollton in the gym at 4:00 (JV) and 5:30 ( Varsity).  Go Lady Canes!!

Attention Freshman! You will be receiving a T-shirt order form today in sixth period. This is where you will order your class, powderpuff, and/or volleypuff T-shirt. This form will also serve as your placeholder for volleypuff or powderpuff if you wish to play. These are due to Miss Kater in room 1-205 by the end of the day TOMORROW. Fill them out and get them in FAST!


Ms. Z will be starting a holiday singing group called the Mistletones this Friday after school in her room 5-109 from 2:45 - 4:45.  The group will be focusing on mostly acapella music, and they will be traveling to different locations such as the Plantation Key Convalescent Center to share music and holiday cheer.  Please see her if you plan on attending or if you have questions! 
All seniors should have their senior photos taken by October 1 if they would like to have photos taken by Melendi or another professional photographer. Picture Day for all students, faculty, and staff will be Thursday, Oct. 20. Seniors who haven’t had their senior photos taken by that time are required to have them taken by Herff Jones at 2 p.m. on that day – Thursday, Oct. 20  - for the yearbook.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
Adrian  Arcia
Adrianna Faced
Bryce  Wheaton





Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016
Reminder to all senior fall athletes - please return your bio for senior night to Mrs. Biondoletti by Wednesday.  

Ms. Z will be starting a holiday singing group called the Mistletones this Friday after school in her room 5-109 from 2:45 - 4:45.  The group will be focusing on mostly acapella music, and it will be traveling to different locations such as the Plantation Key Convalescent Center, to share music and holiday cheer.  Please see her if you plan on attending or if you have questions!  


Students who want to play or coach Volleypuff and Powderpuff must attend a meeting after school. The meeting will be in the cafeteria immediately following school today.   

All seniors should have their senior photos taken by October 1 if they would like to have photos taken by Melendi or another professional photographer. Picture Day for all students, faculty, and staff will be Thursday, Oct. 20. Seniors who haven’t had their senior photos taken by that time are required to have them taken by Herff Jones at 2 p.m. on that day – Thursday, Oct. 20  - for the yearbook.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Sawyer Reyes





Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)
 
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
Javier         Correa
David          Prouty
 
​Monday, Sept. 19, 2016 
Students who want to play or coach Volleypuff and Powderpuff must attend a meeting after school.   The meeting will be in the cafeteria immediately following school on Wednesday the 21st.  

Attention all Juniors: Class shirt orders, and or volleypuff/powderpuff order money is due tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 20!! All forms and money are to be turned into Sofia Garcia. Forms are located in the front  office.

All athletes interested in participating in girls soccer this year must attend the upcoming mandatory meeting which will be taking place on Thursday, September 29th, immediately after school in Mrs. Mary Jo Fry’s classroom.

The first Take Stock Scholars Club meeting will be taking place tomorrow morning at 7:10am at Mrs. Mary Jo Fry’s Classroom.

Environmental club will have its first meeting today right after school. We will meet in the pod outside Mrs. Rehmann’s room, 2-206.  See you then!!
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes: 
Edgar         Gutierrez
Victor         Hernandez-Garcia 
Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
Jacob         Kirkman
Emma         Lovell
Zane Turbessi
​Friday, Sept. 16, 2016
The Lady Canes JV team played well last night against Gulliver- they lost the first set 9-25 but came back strong and won the second set 25-22, and then fell in the last set 7-15. The played well as a team and had a  strong performance with Yaire Mollineda ( 5 kills), Ansley Gregis had 5 digs, and Ali Guevara had strong serves and Macey Harrelson was the leader at the net.
 
   The varsity team was put to the test by Gulliver losing the first set 16-25, a strong come back in the second set 23-25, and the final set was 13-25. Lauren McCormick had 7 kills and 4 digs, Haylee Curry had 5 kills and 2 blocks, Delaney Hoag, Elise Anderson, and Lizzie Warfield played a mean defense. Lizzie also had 3 kills from the back row. Solid teamwork kept the sets close. The Lady Canes head to Palmer Trinity next Tuesday. Go Lady Canes!

Environmental club will have its first meeting on Monday, 9/19 right after school. We will meet in the pod outside Mrs. Rehmann’s room, 2-206.  See you then!!
 
Island Community Church is holding a free event for all high school students today from 7 pm to 1 am. Food will provided and there will be a whole bunch of different games celebrating the new school year.  It is going to be located on the ICS athletic field. See Carolyn Barrow  if you have any questions.
“Hey Freshman! Are you interested in picking your class Tshirt? Playing Volleypuff or PowderPuff? Building the Homecoming Float? If so, please come to Miss Kater’s room 1-205 after school this Friday for a class meeting. All are welcome to attend”


Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
 ​Cristian      Vega
Sophie       Williams
Wednesday, Sept, 14, 2016
The Lady Canes varsity volleyball team rolled past Keys Gate winning all three sets. Lily Costa scored 32 points on serves last night, Haylee Curry scored 12 points with 6 aces, 5 kills and one block, Lauren McCormick scored 10 points with 3 aces, 5 kills, Elise Anderson scored 2 points and 6 kills, Brittney Doyle scored 4 points and 3 kills. Way to go Lady Canes!

The Chaos Thiery is a new program intended to encourage live music, lighting design, audio engineering and video production. We are inviting students and mentors to gather (twice a month minimum) in the PAC to develop these skills. If you are interested, stop by the PAC and see the new PAC Man, now called the PAC Rat, Mr. Wood Campbell.

All seniors should have their senior photos taken by October 1 if they would like to have photos taken by Melendi or another professional photographer. Picture Day for all students, faculty, and staff will be Thursday, Oct. 20. Seniors who haven’t had their senior photos taken by that time are required to have them taken by Herff Jones at 2 p.m. on that day – Thursday, Oct. 20  - for the yearbook.

There will be a brief History Club meeting in Mrs. Welch’s room ( 2-218) immediately after school today. 

Any student that signed up to volunteer for the Alligator Light house swim race, please see Mrs. Eliza Colmes, today during your lunch period. She will be handing out your shirts and going over the details for Friday and Saturday. See Ms. Katie Fry in room 2-224 if you have any questions.

Attention all juniors. If you would like a class shirt, volleypuff jersey, or powderpuff jersey, order forms can be picked up in the office. Please remember that if you plan on playing volleypuff or powderpuff you must purchase a jersey. All shirts are $15 each. Forms and money MUST be turned in by September 20th to Sophia Gonzalez. Please see your class officers for any questions. 

In celebration of International Coastal Cleanup Weekend, Teens 4 Oceans is hosting a mangrove cleanup behind the school on Saturday, September 17th from noon to 2pm.  Bring friends, family, water, and gloves. Join us afterwards from 2-3 pm for pizza and fun.  

The CS Student Pantry will be up and running!  If you or any student are in need of  food to get through the weekends please come by and see Miss Trish in the attendance office or Bailey Robinson, Student council President.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
•    Sandra    Amador

Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)

 
The Lady Canes Volleyball Team played in a tournament  this past weekend and took 2nd place overall!  They beat Princeton Christian and Pinecrest but fell to Mater. Lauren McCormick was nominated by all the coaches for MVP of the tournament. In the championship game, Haylee Curry had 5 kills, 5 blocks, and 11 aces, Brittney Doyle had 12 kills, Carly Lindback had 7 kills and Elise Anderson and Lauren McCormick had great defense and great serves. Please come support the Lady Canes tomorrow, Tuesday as we take on Keys Gate at Keys Gate JV 3:30 and Varsity at 5:00.

All seniors should have their senior photos taken by October 1 if they would like to have photos taken by Melendi or another professional photographer. Picture Day for all students, faculty, and staff will be Thursday, Oct. 20. Seniors who haven’t had their senior photos taken by that time are required to have them taken by Herff Jones at 2 p.m. on that day – Thursday, Oct. 20  - for the yearbook.

There will be a brief History Club meeting in Mrs. Welch’s room ( 2-218) immediately after school this Wednesday, September 14th.

Any student that signed up to volunteer for the Alligator Lighthouse swim race, please see Mrs. Eliza Colmes, this Wednesday during your lunch period. She will be handing out your shirts and going over the details for Friday and Saturday. See Ms. Katie Fry in room 2-224 if you have any questions.

Attention all juniors: If you would like a class shirt, volleypuff jersey, or powderpuff jersey, order forms can be picked up in the office. Please remember that if you plan on playing volleypuff or powderpuff you must purchase a jersey. All shirts are $15 each. Forms and money MUST be turned in by September 20th to Sophia Gonzalez. Please see your class officers for any questions.

In celebration of International Coastal Cleanup Weekend, Teens 4 Oceans is hosting a mangrove cleanup behind the school on Saturday September 17th from noon to 2pm.  Bring friends, family, water, and gloves.   Join us afterwards from 2-3pm for pizza and fun. 
 
The CS Student Pantry will be up and running!  
If you or any student are in need of  food to get through the weekends please come by and see Miss Trish in the attendance office or Bailey Robinson, Student council President.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
 
Dylan   Hussey
Angelie  Kelley
Jonathan  Williams
 

Student Portal and Parent Portal News
Parents and Students - 

The Monroe County School District has implemented a new student information system which includes replacement of the Pinnacle Gradebook. The FOCUS Student Portal is now available!  Student can sign on through the link under Students - FOCUS Student Login, and student login information has been provided to school administrators and gradebook managers.  The FOCUS Parent Portal is expected to be available in mid-September.  There will be a registration process for parents to have their own accounts to access the portal.  With that account, they will be able to view student grades and attendance.  A single account will be used to access information on all students in a family.
 
Thank you for your patience as we transition to a new system.  We hope that you will find the additional resources available through the Parent Portal helpful in monitoring your child’s academic success.

Wednesday, May 25th
(New Daily Announcements Are In Blue Font)
 
Attention All Students…especially Seniors
All books are due back to the Media Center this week.  Books need to be turned in, or if lost paid for.  Seniors will not be allowed to participate in graduation activities if there are any outstanding financial obligations.  If you are not sure whether you have an outstanding book there is a list in the Library.
The Media Center will begin extended hours on Tuesday  May 31st and continuing  through Finals Week.
The Library will be open until 3:30 for study groups, and computers.  See Ms. Haddad for more details.
Our end of year Ice Cream Social will be today in the POD outside Ms. Truesdale’s room immediately after school.  All dues paying Key Club members are invited.  See you there!
Attention Sophomores and Juniors: parking applications for the 2016-2017 school year are available on the front counter.  They must be completed and signed by your parent/guardian and returned to the box on the front counter.  Incomplete forms will not be accepted. DO NOT Bring money for parking, you will pay for your space in August when your space is assigned.  Only next year’s juniors and seniors may apply.
Attention Seniors:
Your lockers must be cleared by the May 25th.   Any locker that is not cleared will be fined $10 and you will not walk until the fines are paid in full.   Now is the time to make sure you have cleared ALL obligations with Media Center, lost books, athletics etc.  You will not be cleared for the graduation ceremony if you have any outstanding obligations.
Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:
  • Jairo Abarca
  • Javier Exposito
  • Sofia Gonzalez
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