March 18, 2019

This Week's Club Meetings

Monday, 3/18

Musical Rehearsal, CHS, 4:05 PM

TREK Engineering Club, Room 212, 4:05 PM

History Bowl, Room 730, 4:05 PM

Jack of All Trades, Room 623, 4:10 PM

Symphonic Band, 4:05 PM

Tuesday, 3/19

Little Big Band Rehearsal, 7:30 AM

Academic Bowl, Room 758, 7:45 AM

Jr. Classical League, Room 161, 7:45 AM

Debate, Room 114, 4:15 PM

Musical Rehearsal, CHS, 4:05 PM

Wednesday, 3/20

No Homework Night

Jazz Band, 7:30 AM

Jr. Beta Club, Room 114, 8:00 AM

Public Detention, Room 726, 4:05 PM

Musical Rehearsal, CHS Theater, 4:05 PM

Project 31, 600 Triangle, 4:05 PM

Thursday, 3/21

Academic Bowl, Room 821, 7:45 AM

Jr. Beta Club, Room 114, 8:00 AM

No Club Left Behind, Room 153, 8:00 AM

Student Forum, 600 Triangle, 8:00 AM

Orchestra Rehearsal, 4:10 PM

Spanish Club, Room 159, 4:05 PM

French Club, Room 123, 4:05 PM

Musical Performance, CHS Theater, 7:00 PM

Friday, 3/22

Fiddle Fun Friday, 7:30 AM

Men's Chorus, 7:45 AM

FCA, Room 114, 8:00 AM

Musical Performance, CHS Theater, 7:00 PM

Saturday, 3/23

Musical Performance, CHS Theater, 2:00 PM

Monday, 3/25

History Bowl, Room 730, 4:05 PM

121 Reach, Cafeteria, 4:05 PM

Jack of All Trades, Room 623, 4:05 PM

Jr. Beta Club Induction, 6:00 PM

Chattahoochee HS Boys Basketball Camp

Attention all rising 2nd – 8th grade basketball players in the Chattahoochee High School cluster. Hooch Boys Basketball will be hosting its annual summer basketball camp.

Camp is held the weeks of June 3-6 and July 22-25 from 9am to 2pm at Chattahoochee HS. All skill levels are welcome! Visit or to register.

Camp cost is $150 for one week and $250 for both weeks. Camp will include skills stations, 3 on 3 league, 5 on 5 league, beat the coach segments, and prizes. Hooch high school varsity players will be in attendance as camp counselors!

For more information please email Chris Short, Head Boys Basketball Coach at . Coach Short is also available @ 678-458-1488. See you at camp, Coach Short!

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National League of Junior Cotillions –Alpharetta/Johns Creek Chapter.

On March 15th we will begin accepting NEW registrations for the 2019-20 season. Our Year 1 program is for rising 6th & 7th grade students. The Year 2 program is for returning 7th and 8th grade students and, when space available, we accept “new” 8th grade students for Year 2. Beginning in September, our program meets one Sunday a month, ending with the Grand Spring Ball in March. NLJC is a national program with over 200 chapters throughout the country. Our students practice lifelong skills throughout the school year with students from the Greater North Fulton area. Practicing good social conduct with their peers has a significant impact in developing confidence as well as proper, respectful behavior before they reach adulthood. Our cotillion season includes five instructional class/dances (meeting 1 time each month) and two special formal events. Instructional Classes include dance as well as etiquette instruction in proper introductions, party courtesies, polite conversations, paying and receiving compliments, basic table manners, restaurant etiquette, correspondence, including “Thank You” notes and RSVPs, phone etiquette, responsibilities of electronic media, sports and flag etiquette, as well as many other skills of social behavior essential for young adults. The Year 2 season builds on our Year 1 curriculum, plus adds our Formal Instructional Dinner. Space is limited for all classes. We encourage early registration to avoid wait lists. All classes require 50-50 balance of young ladies and gentlemen. Not required but you may sign up with a partner to help balance classes.

Registration is on a first come first served basis directly through our national website For questions contact NLJC Director, Melinda Belock at

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