Please join Fellowship of Christian Athletes on August 29 for our first meeting! This year Upper school FCA will meet in Coach Holt’s classroom #118 (under the gym). We will be meeting on Wednesday mornings at 7:15 a.m. Please come and be a part of FCA, everyone is welcome!
Player of Week
Congratulations to Clay Goad, for being named Heritage Bank’s Player of the Week on August 20, after his outstanding football game against Montgomery Central last Friday night.
Congratulations to Jason Rugen for being named Heritage Bank’s Player of the Week on August 27, after his great game against Stewart County on Friday night.
This is a reminder there will be an EXPLORE parent meeting on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. in the Auxiliary gym. All 9th and 10th grade students who attended Clarksville Academy last year participated in this achievement test. This achievement test is the Pre-PLAN test and can be used to improve your child’s PLAN score and eventually their ACT score. At the meeting you will receive your child’s test booklet and score sheet. If you are unable to attend the meeting, your child’s scores will be sent home with them on Wednesday, August 29, 2012.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Mrs. Walker at email@example.com
9th – 12th Graders It Is Time to Start Thinking About Adding to Your Resume!
Applications are Due to
1) Teen Court Applications are available in the Guidance Office
Requirements: Be in grades 9-12
This is a great opportunity to gain real experience and insight into the inner-workings of the juvenile court legal system. As a Teen Court participant you are able to be a part of the judicial system by having hands on experience working as an attorney, juror, bailiff, and clerk.
Teen Court is held every Tuesday from 4:45 pm – 6:30 pm
2) City Of Clarksville Mayor’s Youth Council applications are available in the Guidance Office. Requirements: Be in grades 10-12, must be 14 years of age, must have a 2.75 or better GPA.
The City of Clarksville’s Mayor’s Youth Council is a group of people working toward the common purpose of developing their individual leadership skills to strengthen their community through volunteer service and increased communication with elected officials.
Mayor’s Youth Council will meet once a month throughout the academic school year