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Cox Mill HS - Student Support Services (S3) - 3.31.21

Southland in the Springtime by Indigo Girls

Wellness Wednesday Topic: Do Unto Others

Summer is coming! What will you be doing with your lazy summer days? How about doing some volunteering? Volunteering has a positive impact on mental health and self confidence. Volunteering also helps broaden your experiential background and exposes you to possible careers as well as creating networking connections.


Thinking outside the box has been a challenge when it comes to getting in community service hours. Not familiar with community service? It's an important part of your high school experience and enriches your learning outside the classroom. Learn about volunteering here.


CMHS Volunteering Webpage

Virtual Volunteering Ideas

VolunteerMatch for Charlotte Area

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Senior Celebrations

Seniors, we know this year has been a disappointment for you in some ways. Covid sure took us for an interesting senior-year ride, huh? Well buckle up, seniors! We've got some exciting things planned for you for the spring, so be sure to mark your calendars.


Senior Movie Night - April 23 - 6:30 pm (more info to come)

Senior Picnic - May 13 - 4th Block


Be sure to keep an eye on The Senior Strike webpage for details about these and other celebration activities/events!

STUDENT ART GALLERY

FACULTY FUN FACT

Mrs. Taylor, English Teacher & Yearbook Advisor

I have lived in 3 countries and have traveled to 12. "Not all those who wander are lost." - Tolkien
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March 30 - Big Future Days College Fair - West & Southwest Colleges

March 31 - RCCC Scholarship Deadline

April 2 - 9 - SPRING BREAK!

April 5 - 10 - College Fairs Online - Colleges in the South

April 10 - NACAC College Fair - Western Colleges

April 12 - NC Merit Scholarship Info Session (register before 4/9)

April 13 - NC Merit Scholarship Info Session (register before 4/9)

April 14 - NC Merit Scholarship Info Session (register before 4/12)

Cox Mill HS - Student Support Services (S3)

Students experiencing or concerned about a mental health crisis should immediately contact the closest adult or call emergency services.