The Cavalier Contact
April 26, 2020 - Volume 1 - Issue 31
A Message from the Principal
Please continue to read our newsletter so you are aware of everything going on with Caroline High School during this COVID-19 closure. Our staff is working as hard as they can to create innovative ways to deliver instruction to the students of Caroline High School. If you have any questions regarding assignments, graduation requirements, or next year's classes, then please reach out to your teacher or counselor.
We provided a lot of information last week so please make sure to check out last week's newsletter by clicking here if you missed it. This week's newsletter will provide a graduation update, CCPS spirit week information, course request guidelines, and much more. I hope you enjoy the Digital Class of 2020 montage above prepared by Mrs. Booth. Please take a moment, read the rest of the newsletter, and please reach out to me if you have any questions. Thank you!
Mr. Joshua Just
Principal - Caroline High School
(804)633-9886 ext. 5113
Class Officer Elections
Caroline High School is holding elections for next year's Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes. Forms will be in students' emails. Complete the forms and submit them by Friday, May 1st. Once applications have been submitted, another form will be sent out the week of May 4-8 for students to vote. Get involved with your school and be the student who makes a difference next year! Contact Mrs. Douglas at email@example.com if you have questions.
Student of the Month - Javionah Lizea Pollard
Javionah Lizea Pollard, daughter of Shawn Pollard and Jacqueline Anderson, was selected as Student of the Month for March at Caroline High School. She has been the yearbook editor for the past four years and has continued the project even after the year was cut short, making sure that the yearbook for 2020 is complete. Javionah was nominated by her teachers because she is responsible, kind, dedicated, and reliable. She goes above and beyond and has even managed many teams including the football team, track, and dance, all while remaining an honor roll student.
After graduation Javionah plans to work as a CNA while attending Germanna to become an RN. She plans on transferring to Old Dominion University to obtain her bachelor's degree.
Class of 2020 Graduation Update
Course Request Change for the 2020-2021 SY Deadline
Tuesday, May 19th, 3pm
19155 Rogers Clark Boulevard
Attention Students taking Drivers Ed this Spring - Read Below
The state has released requirements for students to complete Drivers Education requirements for this school year. CHS shared our plan on how to assist students in meeting these requirements through blackboard this past Friday. If you did not receive this communication then please use this link now to access the information.