Daily Announcements / April 29, 2015

posted Apr 29, 2015, 5:32 AM by bmaxey@campbell.k12.va.us

Congratulations to the girl’s tennis team as they defeated Nelson yesterday.  The girls swept all matches winning 9-0.  The girls remain undefeated.  We play Appomattox tomorrow at home.  Good luck to the girls.  Great job!


 CVCC Super Saturday will be Saturday, May 2nd at CVCC’s Main Lynchburg Campus from 10am-2pm with registration beginning at 9am.   Any student who is seeking financial aid for a 2-year or 4-year College and their Parents are encouraged to attend. There will be one-on-one assistance to help you complete the FAFSA. Students and parents will need to apply for a PIN number in advance and bring with them the necessary documents to apply. Please call the financial aid office at CVCC if you have any questions.


ATTENTION SENIORS:   All scholarship applications are due to the Guidance Office by the deadline provided by the Guidance Office. Occasionally this date may differ from a date printed on the application. Turning applications in by the Guidance deadline allows Guidance the time needed to package, proof and gather additional information required. Please make sure all applications are complete and have all required information attached.

*We have several scholarship deadlines approaching.


The Campbell County Youth, Adult and Community Services Department is taking applications from students grade 9-12 for the Campbell County Youth Advisory Council.  This council will serve as youth advocates and work with Superintendent, County Administrator, School Board, Board of Supervisors, and citizens of Campbell County to plan, implement, and address needs. The requirements are to be a Campbell County resident, have at least a C average or better, interest in community service, interest in representing youth and developing leadership qualities, and have parental support. Applications are available in the Guidance Office and need to be returned to Guidance by May 4th.



Baccalaureate singers will have practice this afternoon in the auditorium.


Attention Middle School Students:   This is a reminder to turn in your expedited retake letters to your first period teacher or to Ms. Pugh in Guidance.


There will be a color guard interest meeting Thursday during I/E.  Any students who are interested in joining the color guard should plan on attending.


Please give forms to the following teachers for field trips: 8th-Mrs. Hancock,  9,10, & 11-Ms. Nash,  senior trip-Mr. Marano


Attention girls interested in volleyball:  The Virginia Tech Camp is right around the corner.  All girls need to be signed up no later than May 30th.  See Mrs. Martin for details.  Registration can be done online.  Camp is held here at WC on July 22-24. 


Virginia Private College Week will be July 27-August 1. If you visit at least three participating campuses, CICV will send you 3 free application fee waivers to use to apply to any three participating Virginia private colleges for free. For more information please visit www.vaprivatecolleges.org.  If you have any questions please contact CICV at 540-586-0606 or visit www.vaprivatecolleges.org.


If you need to purchase graduation invitations or a cap and gown, please stop by the high school office.  Cap/Gown/Tassel- $40.00  Invitations-$1.00 each  Cash Only


High School Students:  A list of students who will be recognized for honor roll and principal list at the awards ceremony has been posted in the halls next to the English teacher’s classrooms. To be included on this list you must have been on either the honor roll or principal list for three consecutive nine weeks. If you meet the criteria please check the list and make sure your name has been added. 


Seniors:  The sign-up sheet for the senior banquet is posted on Mr. Marano’s door.  Please sign-up if you are attending.


Senior banquet money is due to Mrs. Dunn by May 6th.


Did you know that April 1st is National One Cent Day?  Well William Campbell is going to make everyone aware of National One Cent Day by celebrating the whole month with a Penny Drive.  All funds collected will go back to your grade level as your class fundraiser for the year.  Monies collected will help pay for field trips, prom and even graduation.  Starting today, please give your pennies to your English teacher.  The class that raises the most money by the end of April will be treated to a pizza party for lunch.