A Message from the Principal
I missed one important announcement in this morning's eblast:
CHS students and alums who have formed a nonprofit organization called the Tanzanian Village Fund are hosting their 2nd Annual golf tournament onSunday, July 20th at 2 PMat Wapicada Golf Club in Sauk Rapids. Please consider getting a team in this event or sponsoring a hole and support them in their efforts to assist those living in extreme poverty. For more information contact Tasha Johnson at320-309-6736or Richard McMorrow at320-761-8114.
Cathedral Baseball 2014 State Championship T-shirts are available for purchase online. Anyone can order them! Help commemorate the baseball team's accomplishment by ordering your shirt today. Please order byJuly 8th if you want to be included in the first delivery. Shirts will be delivered (at no cost) to the activities office for pick-up or can be mailed to your home for an additional delivery charge.
2. An important message from Mr. Bjornstad:
If you have a son or daughter whose 16th birthday is after January 1, 2015be advised that the State of Minnesota is requiring that they document their practice driving hours with a parent or guardian and submit this documentation when they apply for their road test and license.
I have provided all students with a form to do this in classroom driver's education. If they have lost it simply write down the date, times they drove, and keep a cumulative total until you can get a new form from me. The State of Minnesota will require you to provide documentation that you have driven 50 hours with a supervising driver of which 15 are night driving. Or, if a parent participates in a parent driver education training meeting (information will come out in the fall) this can be reduced to 40 hours of which 15 are at night. For the time being just make sure that if the 16th birthday is January 1stor later that this will apply and make sure you are documenting the driving. Any questions contact Mr. Bjornstad firstname.lastname@example.org 3. One of our 2014 graduates Gregg Boldt is a finalist for a full ride scholarship to Universal Technical Institute in Lisle, IL. The qualified applicants have their video submissions voted on and the winners chosen by popular vote. Voting happens through Facebook. Here is the link. Gregg would appreciate you taking the time to go in and vote for him. You do need to "like" Universal Technical to be able to vote. http://woobox.com/hnqsw5
Blessings for a great Fourth of July!
Lynn Grewing, Principal
Posted on Thu, July 3, 2014
by CHS Editor