Jan 24
Morning Announcements/Spring Sports Registration

Spring sports registration is now open on Family ID, if you already have an account with Family ID just log in and register for a sport. If you need to set up a new account just follow the instructions on the attached pdf.

.  These are the programs being offered for the spring season;

JV/Varsity Girls Lacrosse
JV/Varsity Boys Lacrosse
JV/Varsity Baseball
Corollary Corn Toss
JV/Varsity Softball
Track & Field
JV/Varsity Girls Tennis

JV/Varsity Boys Tennis


1/24 - The Snowcoming Dance for Saturday, February 1st is cancelled. Anyone wishing a refund is asked to see Mrs. Fye, in the main office, on Monday January 27th. Thank you.

 

1/24 – 1/28 - Attention seniors. Are you interested in a job with construction? Kinsley is looking to hire 20 welders for their paid welding/iron work apprenticeship program.  No experience necessary.  The program begins mid-June. For more information and how to apply, see Mrs. Adkins in the Career Center.

 

1/24 - End of the semester: Semester 1/Quarter 2:  Marking Period Ends 1/28/20  

1/24/20   Mods 1/1A and 3

1/27/20    Mods 2 and 4/4B

No school for students 1/29/2020.

New semester begins 1/30. Have a great new semester!

 

1/22 – 1/24 - Next week is gold rush week. Instead of a pep rally we’ll be running daily activities during lunch for a chance to win prizes. If you participate in an activity, you’ll be given a raffle ticket which can go towards winning prizes during lunch. Friday of next week wear school colors and come out and support the Cavs during their gold rush game!

 

1/23 – 1/24 - Come Support the South Carroll Chorus at our annual Bingo, Saturday, January 25th at 7:00pm.  Doors open at 6.  Lots of food, raffles and great prizes!  Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.  See Ms. Larson to reserve your tickets!

 

1/23 – 1/27 - Looking for something fun to do to celebrate the halfway mark of this school year, Tuesday, January 28th?  How about snow tubing at Liberty Mountain Resort and help raise funds for the CCPS Special Needs/LFI Prom at the same time! Get your coupons from Mrs. Grant in G-280, present it at the Boulder Ridge ticket window and receive an ALL night (4-10PM) snow tubing ticket for $25.00. The LFI Prom committee will receive a percentage of sales for all coupons redeemed. The more people that attend, the larger the percentage of sales that will help fund the LFI Prom. Let’s go tubing!

 

1/24 – 1/28 - Have you dreamed of seeing London, Dublin and Loch Ness? Do you want to visit castles? Join us for the informational meeting on January 29th to learn about the 2021 summer trip to the UK. The meeting starts at 7pm in Ms. Katz’ art room, H174. Please RSVP to Ms. Bowers at jkbower@carrollk12.org . Click the link to see the customized, private trip details! www.eftours.com/2348275pk

 

 

Good News:

Congratulations to our recent South Carroll Students of the Month:  Brendan Cave, Amanda Yee, Branden Lauffer & Alexa Kuykendall. Stop down to the Main Office after announcements or during lunch. We are proud of you!

 


Jan 16
2020 Gold Rush is Coming!

2020 Gold Rush is coming!

 On Friday night, January 31st our basketball teams will host the Winters Mill Falcons in a Carroll County match-up.  That night free Gold Rush t-shirts will be distributed to the first 650 students and adults.  The first 100 South Carroll students will receive free pizza.  All local recreation programs are invited to come to the games.  Middle and elementary school students wearing their rec shirts will be admitted free of charge.  At halftime of the varsity girls’ game South Carroll will call down raffle winners for a 3pt contest, winner will receive Chick-Fil-A gift cards.  At halftime of the boys’ game South Carroll will induct the Hall of Fame Class of 2020 with a reception after the game.  Many local businesses and families have made donations to South Carroll to pay for the cost of the shirts.  It would be great to see our community come out to support our players, coaches, businesses and families.  The JV girls’ game starts at 3:00, the JV boys’ game at 4:15, the varsity girls at 5:30 and the varsity boys at 7:00.  Cost of admission is $2 for students and $5 for adults.  Come out and get your free shirts, free pizza, see some great basketball, meet our Hall of Fame inductees, and be a part of Cavalier Pride.  Hope to see you here!

 

Jan 14
School Counseling Update

The SCH Counseling Center is excited to welcome Mr. Matthew Schwarzenberg as our new permanent counselor!  He will be working with students Last Names Dy-Le and can be contacted at mrschwa@carrollk12.org  or by calling the School Counseling Center at 410-751-3589

Students are assigned to counselors based on last name: 

Mr. Wharton (ewwhart@carrollk12.org):  A - Du                                                          

Mr. Schwarzenberg (mrschwa@carrollk12.org):   Dy - Le

Mrs. Quinn (jzquinn@carrollk12.org):   Li - Rol                                                               

Mrs. Seargeant (sesearg@carrollk12.org):   Rom - Z

Mrs. Adkins (taadkin@carrollk12.org) Career Connections

Ms. Domino (acdomin@carrollk12.org) Registrar

Mrs. Stephey (sdsteph@carrollk12.org) Counseling Secretary

                 

Please reach out to us so we can all help support our students as the semester wraps up!

 

 

Jan 09
Academic Open House/January 16th

Students and their counselors are in the process of meeting to discuss scheduling choices for next school year.  We would like to invite parents and students to our Academic Open House on January 16th from 5:00 to 7:00pm to learn more about the different programs and classes  available to students.  Information sessions will be offered on the AP Program, NHS application process, Dual Enrollment, and internships.  We are also eager to share information about the AP Capstone program, which will be a new opportunity for students next school year.  Please see the chart below about when and where information sessions will be offered. Teachers and counselors will also be available to answer questions about any specific courses that students are interested in taking.   

5:05 - 5:35                                                                                               

Media Center     How to Apply for National Honor Society                           

E227                    AP Capstone  ***New Course***                                       

5:40-6:10

Media Center - Special Education Services

E227 - AP Capstone ***New Course***

6:15-6:45

Media Center - Dual Enrollment/Internships

E227 - Advanced Placement Program

Dec 03
Club Picture Schedule

CLUB PICTURE SCHEDULE 2019

Club pictures will be taken on Dec 10th in the LOBBY of the auditorium. Please arrive for your picture ON TIME! We will not wait for members as we need to stay on schedule. Club advisors are not in the pictures.

Please bring a prop that reflects the club with you for the picture.

Film Club

Mr. Lathe

8:00

Best Buddies

Grant

8:10

Educators Rising

Mrs. Fiora

8:15

Art Club

Ms. Katz

8:20

Robotics Club

Mr. Lee

8:25

Turning Point USA

Breen

8:35

American Sign Language Club

Williams

8:40

STEM Club

Plaskowitz

8:50

Project Linus

Mrs. Fiora

8:55

British Culture Club

Ms. Williams

9:00

Strategic Gaming Club

Mr. Lathe

9:10

FBLA

Walzl

9:20

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Mrs. Franklin

9:30

FFA

Ms. Bowman, Ms. Adkins

9:40

Book Club

Zecchino

9:50

German Club/Deutschklub

Mrs. Keck

10:00

Green Team

 Ms. Cook

10:10

National Honor Society

Mr. Joseph, Mr. English

10:20

It's Academic

Mr. Foote

10:30

ITS Troupe 2921

Mrs. Widner

10:40

Key Club

Ms. Sexton-Radney, Mrs. Scalzi

10:50

Leo Club

Ms. Zecchino

11:00

Latin Club

Mr. English

11:10

Diversity Committee

Ms. Shami

11:20

National Art Honor Society (NAHS)

Ms. Fritts

12:00

Gay/Straight Alliance

Ms. Williams

12:10

Peer Facilitators

Mrs. Seargeant

12:20

Class Boards for 20/21/22/23

 

12:30

Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society

Mr. Widner

12:40

Wellness team

Reardon

12:50

Orchestra 1

Stevenson

1:00

Spanish Club

Mrs. Fuller

1:10

Stagelighters

Mrs. Widner, Ms. Kaiser

1:20

Sci National Honors Society

Mrs. McGuire, Ms. Johnson,   Mrs.Duvall

1:30

Student Government Association (SGA)

Mrs. Walker

1:40

Full Orchestra

Mr. Stevenson

1:50

Honors Orchestra

Stevenson

2:00

Band I

Stevenson

2:10

Honors Wind

Stevenson

2:15

 

 

Nov 27
Balfour Class Ring Information
Nov 11
American Legion Oratorical Contest

Oratorical Contest Flyer                  

Oratorical Contest Application

The American Legion Oratorical Contest exists to develop deeper knowledge and appreciation for the U.S. Constitution among high school students. Since 1938, the program has presented participants with an academic speaking challenge that teaches important leadership qualities, the history of our nation’s laws, the ability to think and speak clearly, and an understanding of the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship. The program has featured numerous politicians and prominent contestants over the years, including former president candidate Alan Keyes and CNN anchor Lou Dobbs.

Young orators earn some of the most generous college scholarships available to high school students. Over $138,000 in scholarships can be awarded each year. Our local Post winners receive $400 for 1st Prize, $300 for 2nd Prize and $200 for 3rd Prize. the local winner continues to a County-wide competition, District and finally Statewide competition with similar awards for each.  The overall national contest winner gets an $18,000 scholarship. Second place takes home $16,000, and third gets $14,000. Each department (state) winner who is certified into and participates in the national contest’s first round receives a $1,500 scholarship. Those who advance past the first round receive an additional $1,500 scholarship. The American Legion’s National Organization awards these scholarships, which can be used at any college or university in the United States.

High school students under age 20 are eligible. Competition begins at the post level and advances to a state competition. Legion department representatives certify one winner per state to the national contest, where department winners compete against each other in two speaking rounds. The contest caps off with a final round that decides the three top finishers. Speaking subjects must be on some aspect of the U.S. Constitution, with some emphasis on the duties and obligations of citizens to our government. Speeches are eight to 10 minutes long; three- to five-minute speeches on an assigned topic also are part of the contest.

As usual, our local contest will be held at the
 American Legion Gold Star Post 191, 801 Prospect Rd, Mt Airy, Maryland.  This year's competition will take place, Saturday, January 27, 2018 1:30 pm.  Applications are due January 19, 2018.

 

Oct 29
Senior Write-Ups

Senior Write-ups

This includes the following:

  • Baby picture (ages 0-5 years old)
  • Casual picture (informal photo taken outside of school)
  • Write-up

Photo Instructions:

  • Both are optional
  • Email baby and casual pictures to 2020SCYearbook@gmail.com
  • Please put your name (last name, first name) as the subject of the email

Senior Write-up Instructions

The link is http://form.jotform.com/92695133313153

  1. Complete the form and click submit
  2. Photos can also be submitted by clicking Senior Photo Submissions on the website which will pull up the yearbook email. Remember to put your name (last name, first name) as the subject line of the email with your attached photos.
Jun 17
Photo Highlights from RoboCavs Banquet
Jun 06
2019-2020 Important Dates

2019-2020 Important Dates

(updated 6/17/19; subject to change)

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