Having dinner with your family! Yes, studies just released by Cornell University show that the power of close/intimate relationships — the kind formed by consistently eating meals together as a family has a direct relationship to increased SAT scores. Talking with family members over a meal also raised scores on other standardized testing as well!
Out of the 13 young men selected to play on the varsity squad this year, nine of the varsity players made the decision back in August to build a foundation of greater physical strength by taking the weight lifting class, (Jaden Parnin, Jadon Dance, Jeren Kindig, Cade Motter, Landen Jordan, Kamari Anderson-Drew and Will Kammeyer) or lift weights after school, (Brayden Pearson and Christian Schmidt).
Merry Christmas as we celebrate the birth of Jesus, who brings hope, forgiveness of our sins, and salvation to us. May the blessings of the Christ child be with you today and always.
On Thursday, November 28, the fall career internship seniors hosted a mentor appreciation event in the CLHS Cafeteria. The purpose of this event was to gather parents, mentors and students together for an evening of student reflections regarding their many and varied experiences from internship and to publicly thank their mentors for guidance and support along the way.