Friday, March 1, 2013
The school will be on the show at 10 a.m. Saturday on WJZ.
It's in the middle of playoff season in basketball and wrestling for local high schools, but Catonsville's going to be in a different competition this weekend. The school's "It's Academic" match is going to be shown at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 2, on WJZ. In addition, Giant Food (the school's sponsor for this) is going to be featuring "Catonsville High School Fish Fillet Sandwiches" this weekend at their store in the Wilkens Beltway Plaza.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
The National PTA has asked for snowflakes to post in the school's new building.
Local schools started undertaking a project to help support the children at Sandy Hook Elementary School after last week's shooting tragedy. Some schools in Catonsville have been making snowflakes for the Connecticut school as per the instructions of the National PTA. Catonsville Elementary, Westchester Elementary, Johnnycake Elementary and Catonsville High have all joined in the effort, according to a school administrator. The National PTA's website said that students from Sandy Hook Elementary, the scene of the shooting and massacre last week, won't be going back to that building when school starts again. They'll be going back to a different building and that "parent-volunteers are working to ensure that the students are welcomed back …
The classes are set to start in January.
Zumba classes are starting at Catonsville High School right after the school's winter break. Every Thursday in January, there will be Zumba in the school cafeteria for just $5 per class, according to the school's edline website. It's a Catonsvillle PTSA fundraiser, and money be donated to the school's After Prom Party at Dave & Buster's. There are discount cards available that cost $20 for five classes. Jingle Bell Bracelets and Catonsville High towels also are available. Those who take part in this should come dressed to work out, and don't need prior Zumba skills or experience, the article states. Snacks and water are going to be given out to those who show up. "Zumba is Latin Dance inspired fitness that will make you move," it states…
Monday, December 10, 2012
The school's After Prom Party Committee is looking for student volunteers.
The winter sports season is underway at Catonsville High, and the school is looking for some student volunteers to help. Help is needed at the basketball and wrestling concessions. Students who need service hours could fill them there. Here are the dates the school needs help: Those interesed in helping out should contact JoAnne Birkmeyer at email@example.com.
Monday, December 3, 2012
The school ranks first in Giant Bonus Bucks competition.
Catonsville High School is in first place among local schools in the recent standings in the Giant Bonus Bucks program. This is for schools in the Catonsville area, according to the high school's edline web site. As of Monday, Catonsville High was in first place with $1,256.25 in Bonus Bucks. That's a good lead over Catonsville Middle, which has totaled $922.03. Westowne Elementary is in third with $550.91. Hillcrest Elementary is fourth at $383.09. For more information about the standings in this race, visit Catonsville High's edline site.
Monday, November 26, 2012
Class of 2014 will use it as a fundraiser.
Catonsville High is having a poinsettia sale to benefit the Class of 2014. The plants are $12 apiece, and can be purchased with checks being made payable to Auchey's Plant Farm. Money and the order forms will be due Dec. 5. They can be given to Ms. Maltese in Room 109 or placed in her mailbox in the main office. The pick up is 2:30-5 p.m. Dec. 12 in the cafeteria. Arrangements should be made to pick them up at that time because the school doesn't have storage space. For more information, call 443-631-2013 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Abel Deneke gets picked as page for upcoming General Assembly session.
Catonsville High senior Abel Deneke was recently selected as a page for the 2013 Maryland General Assembly session. He will be working with both the House and Senate on different tasks on a regular basis. An announcement on the school's edline web page said the selection was made on Nov. 5. High school seniors have had a chance to serve as pages at the General Assembly since 1970, when the program began. The General Assembly website said there are 105 pages and 36 alternates selected each year to represent their schools and regions.