Thursday, November 4, 2021 Covington High School Announcements
CHS FALL SPORTS AWARDS are Monday, November 8th in the MPR starting at 7:00.
If you are in grades 7-12 and want to meet new people or see old friends, plan on attending this Callout meeting! We will be working on a holiday service project, handing out information on what to expect this year AND providing dinner. If you have thought about joining and haven’t this is your year!! Fountain County Fairgrounds – New Jr. Leaders Stand Building – Wednesday December 1st 6:30 p.m. Contact Bailey Beasley if you have any questions or concerns @ 765-299-5798 Bring your appetite and have a great evening while helping others
Wreath Sales going on now through November 8th! Find a CHS winter athlete to order a 26″ or a 36″ wreath or a door swag. Every sale puts money directly into the athlete’s account to purchase needed items for upcoming sports seasons. Wreaths will be delivered to students for distribution the first week of December – exact time and dates to be announced at a later time.
Any high school student interested in tutoring elementary, middle or high school students should let Mrs. Myers know.
The Covington High School Drama Club presents, “I’m Getting Murdered in the Morning”. on November 13, at 6:00 P.M. in the MPR. Two types of tickets will be sold: Floor seating for $7 and Bleacher seating for $5. Tickets can be purchased starting November 1, from Mrs. Linville in the High School Office. But hurry, people are dying to attend!
FRESHMAN: Middle School Yearbooks are still available in Mrs. Booe’s office. The cost is $20.
The 2021-2022 High School Yearbook is now on sale! If you purchase your book from now until the end of the month, your book will cost $45. After that, prices go up to $50. Paper order forms can be found in the High School Office as well as on Mrs. Hohenstein’s desk. If you would like to purchase your yearbook online, you can go to yearbookforever.com.
Parents: Please send in/email proof of residency for your student (if you haven’t already). Document must have your address and a current date on it. Examples are a current utility bill, telephone bill, tax return, medical bill or similar information that provides a verifiable address with a clearly identified and readable date.