Senator Square: New semester, year at Carson High

The first semester of 2021 at Carson High School is in the past, and a good year and a semester of 2022 have begun. The past is gone and the future is here, so instead of a New Year’s resolution how about taking a look at something much bigger? Two things come to mind, freedom of speech and freedom of action, because anyone with common sense knows that one cannot exist without the other.
So first comes The Talking Locker # 709 at the CHS. In the attached photo, CHS Student Body Secretary Samantha Schofield, Public Relations Officer Sydney Romeo and Treasurer Ginger Cullom discuss the purpose of the locker, which is to give students a place to put their thoughts on how to make the CHS a better school, thus giving them an outlet for freedom of expression. Then, while ideas abound, nothing happens without action, and CHS Leadership hopes to put the ideas of CHS students into action. Regarding action, John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address of January 20, 1961 comes to mind. His historic words, “Don’t ask what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country,” challenged every American to contribute in one way or another to the public good.
Likewise, every CHS student and American can decide to apply the civic action theme of President Kennedy’s inaugural address to their own life and put their good ideas into action. Kennedy inspired students and adults, young and old, to see the importance of civic action and public service when he said, “All of this will not be over in the first hundred days, nor in the first thousand days, not in the life of this Administration, not maybe even in our lifetime on this planet, but let’s get started.
Another inspiring idea from his speech is: “The energy, faith, devotion we bring to this endeavor will light up our country (CHS light) and all who serve it – and the glow of this fire can truly light up. the world. “
The year 2021 is over, it is in the past, and 2022 is here. It’s a whole new year, so, like Kennedy’s inaugural address in 1961, put his words into action and make each day an opportunity to bless others by doing them service, especially those in need. If you would like to read and apply this lesson to personal life, please go to ..

CHS Student Body Secretary Sami Schoffield, SB Public Relations Sydney Romeo, and SB Treasurer Ginger Cullom discuss The Talking Locker # 709 goal.

Hello Carson City, Carson City School District and esteemed faculty and staff. Carson High’s Future Health Professionals (HOSA) have been in partnership with Carson City Health and Human Services and the Quad-County Public Health Preparedness for quite some time. According to Kelly Gustafson, CHS health sciences teacher and HOSA advisor, “Due to the pandemic, we’ve been on a bit of a hiatus, but we’re coming back slowly, and our first project is trying to get the investigation into. community resources and attached vaccines. Perception survey open to the public and completed by as many members of our community as possible, so please see the attached survey link and complete it by January 1; we appreciate the help. The surveys are brief, anonymous and will be used to better serve the community. For more information, call CCHHS at 775-887-2910. Go to and

Parents, students and more at Carson High School can purchase a section of the yearbook and use personal photos to capture and immortalize an unforgettable memory of time spent in the Carson City School District and beyond. Take a look at the possibilities by visiting Please note to CHS seniors who wish to submit a baby photo, it must be completed by January 7th. Parents and seniors who want a friend announcement should purchase and submit photos and information by February 28. Additionally, Carson City business owners can purchase an advertising section in the directory, several sizes available, to help immortalize their business name, the name of one or more students, and to support the program as well. of the CHS. It’s so easy too; business owners simply need to go to, search for Carson High School, select a store, and select a business ad. They can then download a predefined ad or design their own online ad. They can purchase a full page, ½ page, or ¼ page section. Please Carson City businesses factor this type of advertising into a budget to support the physical publication of the CHS Senators directory and show the community how important it is to support students. because they are the employees of the future. For more information on the CHS Directory, email Cynthia Mills, CHS Teacher and Directory Consultant, at [email protected] ..

Yanizia Herrara, a student at the SCH, with her registration charity for the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition.

In the December 4 issue of Senator Square, artwork by Brandon Thompson and Elena Brugger, graphic design and SkillsUSA students from CHS in the courses of Advisor Patricia Ababio were featured. The entry for the writing contest “bruno est orange” and Yanizia Herrara with “charro” are displayed. The following students from Ababio’s classes participate in The Scholastic Art and Writing competition: Yanizia Herarra, Nadia Hill, Emma Lobsien, Charlotte Albin, Aiden Grime, Noah Sa, Tierney Frost, Brandon Thompson and Elena Brugger. The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards are presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to identify students of exceptional artistic and literary talent and to showcase their remarkable work in the world. The awards provide students with opportunities for recognition, exposure, publication, and scholarship. The art awards exhibition will take place from February 5 to 25. Gold Key Art will be on display at the Sheppard Contemporary Gallery at the University of Nevada at Reno, located in the Church Fine Arts building. American Visions Nominated Art will be on display at the Nevada Museum of Art, and the awards ceremony will take place on February 10, 6-7 p.m.

Emma Lobsien, a student at the SCH, with her registration bruno for the school art and writing competition is orange.

The Taco Bell Foundation Scholarship, with over $ 7 million, is a scholarship available to passionate students nationwide, is available for review, and is due Jan. 11. Applicants should submit a video, between 30 seconds and two minutes, that answers the questions: is your passion, and how are you currently pursuing it, how do you plan to use your passion to effect positive change in your community or in the world, and how your education will help you pursue your passion and effect change. Remember that many scholarships are unsolicited so the free money is never claimed. Complete a scholarship and go to college for free. For more information on this scholarship, go to

CHS JV Girls, Freshman Girls and Freshman Boys Basketball will take place on January 3 at Damonte Ranch High School in Reno at 3:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. tentatively. There is also a JV Sierra Nevada Classic varsity and wrestling tournament at the Reno Convention Center.

Below are some important future dates to consider. On January 4, classes resume; January 17 Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a statutory holiday; January 24 is the day of the district’s early release; February 7 non-school day for professional development of staff; district early release day of February 14; February 21, President’s Day, school holidays; On March 1, all grade 11 students take the ACT test, only juniors attending high school; District early release day of March 7; March 14 non-school day; March 30 conf. min. day, elementary holidays at 12:40 p.m. March 31 conf. min. day, elementary holidays at 12:40 p.m. District early release day April 4; April 11-18 Spring Break, school holidays; April 25 professional development day for staff outside of school; District early release day of May 16; May 30 Memorial Day, school holidays; June 1 minimum day; June 1 Grade 8 promotion at Eagle Valley Middle School, 1 p.m. EVMS Gymnasium; June 1 Graduation ceremony at the Académie des pioneers, 6 p.m., community center, theater; minimum day of June 2; June 2 Carson Middle School Grade 8 Promotion, 1 p.m., CMS Gymnasium; June 4 Carson High School graduation ceremony, 9 a.m., SCH, soccer field.

Becoming a member of the SHC PTA has many advantages. Get discounted entry to events, games, concerts, and more. of the CHS, and student members, seniors, can apply for college scholarships from the PTA. Programs requiring supervision are the Reflections Art and Literature Contest, the College Life Interview Panel, Senior Projects, Staff Appreciation, Support to Departments, Teachers, and Community Clubs. SCH, grants for teachers and scholarships for students. The best part of this is that there is no requirement to become a member. Having a child, who is a Carson City School District student, isn’t even necessary. To submit a membership form, visit The cost is only $ 6 per member per school year, so for less than the price of a single fancy coffee drink, get involved in improving the CHS for all students.

Congratulations to CHS Sophomore, Erich Parker on being named Student of the Week. According to Andie Wilkerson, professor of theater, musical theater and English at the CHS, “Erich has an infectious energy that makes every period of class with him a joy for the students and his teachers; he works hard to maintain his grades, overcoming any obstacles in his way, and does it all with a smile on his face and a positive attitude. Wilkerson added, “Erich is an active Senator and can be seen participating in tons of school activities including Chamber Choir, Drama Club, and more.” Carson City School District employees nominate the CHS Student of the Week, and teachers often make the nomination, although anyone in the district can do so by emailing pbrady @ carson Congratulations to Erich Parker who stood out so well that his teacher named him CHS Student of the Week.

The CHS Student of the Week is Erich Parker, a sophomore.

Phil Brady is an English teacher at CHS.