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  • Monday, May 6, 2019

    Happy Belated Birthday to Mrs. Joiner, Brooke Moulton, Logan Niehaus and Julianna Tongco All NEW items for each day are highlighted


    1) A big shout out to Mr. Blackmore. Last Week on Wednesday, May 1st was National Principal’s Day. If you see Mr. Blackmore please thank him for all he does!

    2) Another shout out to all of our teachers on National Teacher Appreciation week. Please thank your teachers for all they do!

    3) Attention students who requested the book Miracles From Heaven, please come to the library at your convenience.

    4) Congratulations to both the choir and the band for receiving a Division I rating at Large Group contest Friday night. Please join us at our concert Tuesday the 7th at 7:00 to the hear the music we performed and

    a few extra selections. 5) The Carlisle Girls Track and Field team came out victorious in a tight team battle for the 3rd straight year

    over ADM to retain their title as conference champions. After winning the first conference title in school history

    two years ago, the Wildcats are now back-to-back-to-back RRC champions.

    1st Place Finishers:

    400 & 800 Meter Run – Ainsley Erzen

    1500 & 3000 Meter Run – Megan Sievers

    Shuttle Hurdle – Delaney Schnathorst, Morgan Lose, Cam Mesecher, Jocelyn Haack

    2nd Place Finishers

    1500 & 3000 Meter Run – Ainsley Erzen

    100 Meter Hurdles – Jocelyn Haack

    Discus – Meredith Hoffman

    Long & High Jump – Adelynn Ahartz

    4x200 Meter Relay – Delaney Schnathorst, Tristine Viers, Meredith Hoffman, Paige Mercer

    3rd Place Finishers

    800 Meter Run – Megan Sievers

    400 Meter Hurdles – Jocelyn Haack

    4x400 Meter Relay – Cam Mesecher, Meredith Hoffman, Lexxi Link, Jocelyn Haack

    Sprint Medley Relay – Delaney Schnathorst, Natalea Statler, Paige Mercer, Cam Mesecher

    Distance Medley Relay – Ashleigh Hyde, Tessa Orput, Lexxi Link, Megan Sievers

    6) Congratulations to the Wildcat boys track & field squad on winning their third straight Raccoon River conference title. The Cats scored 176 points. RRC Champions: Nolan Brunsen (110m high hurdles and 200m dash),

    Trenton Beck (long jump), Kolby Fritz (800m run), Shuttle hurdle relay (Tranton Beck, Karson Dunn, Nic Goodhue,

    Nolan Brunsen), 4x800m relay (Ethan Schlichte, Nate Norton, Tristen Kessler, Kyle Miller). RRC Runner-Ups:

    Jacob Imhoff (200m dash) and Hayden Amos (discus). RRC 3rd Place: Trenton Beck (high jump), Quincy Griffin

    (400m dash), 1600m distance medley (Karson Dunn, Sam McPhee, Justin Neely and Jon Flaws), 4x200m relay

    (Jace Vollstedt, Nic Goodhue, Hung Hoang and Jacob Imhoff), 4x100m relay (Jace Vollstedt, Nic Goodhue, Karson

    Dunn Hung Hoang), 4x400m relay (Quincy Griffin, Jacob Imhoff, Kolby Fritz and Nolan Brunsen).

    7) Thank you to Fellowship Christian Athletes who hosted another pancake breakfast on Friday, May 3rd. It was delicious and much appreciated.

    8) Student Council election process for the 2019-2020 School year has begun. See Ms. Hillebrand in room 84 for applications for officer or class representative. Applications are due by Monday, May 6. Elections for officers is

    Wednesday, May 8. 9) There will be an Art Fundraiser at Stadium View on Wednesday, May 8. Please see below for more details.

    10) Please join us as we recognize our senior performers at the following events: May 10th - Soccer and Golf at home (soccer doubleheader vs. Grand View Christian at 5 p.m.)

    G/B Soccer in between boys and girls games (approximately 6:30 p.m.)

    G/B Golf at halftime of the boys game (approximately 7:30 p.m.)

    11) Reminder- Each year students are required to complete tasks related to career and college planning to earn .25 elective credit for graduation. Students must complete tasks in the system Naviance Student to earn their

    credit, Please see below for more information.

    12) You can now order Boys Golf clothing. Feel free to purchase if you would like. All clothing has "Carlisle Wildcats" embroidered so that the clothing is not sport specific.

  • 13) Any current 9th-11th graders interested in the healthcare field, check out this great summer opportunity at Drake University July 25-27th! BullD.O.G.S. in Healthcare introduces students to careers in the health professions

    by educating them about opportunities in health sciences and exploring different pathways using hands-on lab

    experiences and more. For more information about the program goals, activities and requirements, visit the College

    of Pharmacy and Health Sciences website.

    14) Attention students who are interested in being lifeguards at the Carlisle Aquatic Center: The YMCA will be offering lifeguard certification classes starting in February-June. Spots fill up fast after spring break so don’t delay.

    Please see below for more details.

    15) Do you want to learn how to pay for your child’s college? Join the Iowa College Access Network and find out how. Copy and paste this link and learn more:

    16) To order your 2018-2019 yearbook please copy and paste the following link and use code 3332. Sales open until end of April. Cost is $50.00.


    1) Carlisle After Prom is selling Carlisle Wildcats pop sockets for $5. You can pick yours up in the High School or Activities Office or reach out to JeanAnne Kompsie – 515-822-2940.

    2) Parents and students: the following link contains information about the dangers of vaping and Juuls:

    3) If your student needs to take Drivers Education, Street Smarts Drivers Ed holds classes at Carlisle High School in the C3 Room. The following sessions are available: April 1-May 2 (Mondays and Thursdays from 6-9

    pm), June 10-July 1 (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 7-10 am). New session: July 15 – July 30 (Monday –

    Thursday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM). Go to the following link to register for upcoming classes or to check for alternate

    locations: or call 515-279-1112.

    4) The Carlisle Schools Food Pantry is open on the first and third Thursday of the month from 4-6 pm. Now enter at the east entrance of the elementary building. Please do not arrive prior to 3:45 pm to allow our students and

    buses to safely exit the facility.


    1) Senior Awards Night will be held on Tuesday, May 14th at 6:30PM. 2) The Baccalaureate service will be held on Wednesday, May 15 at 7:00 pm in the High School Auditorium.

    3) Reminder: All scholarships can be found here by clicking on the link below.

    4) Graduation Picture order forms are in. Please come to the office to pick those up. 5) Attention Seniors - senior portraits for the yearbook are past due. If you have not submitted yours, please email

    Mrs. Flaws as soon as possible at:

    6) Order your graduation materials at 7) Graduation will be held on Sunday, May 19, at 2 pm.

    School website:

    Follow Carlisle High School on the Official Twitter

    Account @CarlisleHighSch. Follow to get updates and

    announcements from CHS. Go Cats!

    Follow all of our Carlisle Activities on Twitter

    GO WILDCATS! @chswildcatpride For info about scholarships, recruiters, and important

    dates and news you need to know follow your counselors

    on Twitter @2CHScounselors

    Jostens link to order graduation announcements/cap

    & gown/ class rings:

    For important information from the CHS Guidance

    Office, please check out their blog at:

  • Lunch Menus

    See below for District Activities: (as listed on

    Date: Time: Versus: Location:

    Monday, May 6 Tuesday, May 7 Wednesday, May 8

    Chicken Strips Hot Dog Cheese / Taco Pizza

    Mashed Potatoes French Fries Corn

    Green Beans Mixed Vegetables Romaine Salad

    Dinner Roll Strawberries Mandarin Oranges