Week of April 1st, 2019
CHS Student Spotlight
CHS Senior, Natasha Kelsey Accepted into CILL Program at East Stroudsburg: We are proud to share that CHS senior, Natasha Kelsey received an acceptance letter to the Career Independent Living and Learning Studies Program (CILL), a non-degree program sponsored by East Stroudsburg University which located in Pennsylvania. The focus of the program is to provide learning and work experience in a campus environment. Students live off campus while attending a series of courses that combine essential life skills with employment skills. Courses include Career Exploration, Health and Wellness, Personal Finance, and a variety of Tech Courses. Students will also take part in an internship program that will provide further experience for the potentials of a future career path. Congratulations to Natasha!
CHS Student Work on Display in "Focus on Nature" Exhibition at Frelinghuysen Arboretum: Under the guidance of CHS Art Teacher, Mrs. Tartaglia, CHS is proud to share that sophomore, Kevin Soutar’s nature photograph, “A Chipmunk’s Life”, was accepted into the 2nd Annual Haggerty Education Center “Focus on Nature” Photography Contest which brings together the finest photographic work of high school students from across Northern NJ. The viewing is at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum (353 Hanover Ave, Morris Township) through the end of March. Congrats to Kevin and his now famous Chipmunk!
Craig High School College Fair 2019-THIS Wednesday, April 3rd: Like Craig High, our college fair specializes in programs that are specific to supporting students with learning disabilities. This year we are expecting over 30 colleges and post-secondary programs to be represented so join us on Wednesday, April 3rdanytime between 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the Boonton High School Main Gym. Parking will be behind the Boonton High near the turf field and track. No RSVP’s are required, just show up and feel free to bring a friend. For more information and a list of colleges that will be attending go to https://www.craigschool.org/
Craig High School College Spirit Week: In support of our upcoming college fair this Weds, we are excited to announce that this Mon-Weds, April 1-3, we will be celebrating College Spirit Week at CHS. Students and faculty will have the opportunity to show their college spirit and wear the college jersey, shirt, or jacket of their choice. All we ask is that the college it conveys actually exists, and that the student can tell us where that college is located.
CHS Program Spotlight
CHS Science Fair 2019 Gets Underway: Craig High Science Teachers, Mrs. Bhakta and Mr. Simpson, and CHS Art Teacher, Mrs. Tartaglia are ready to get the CHS Annual Science Fair ball rolling for this school year! Our student scientists will be choosing their topics leading into Spring Break. Next comes the research phase which will lead students to the creation of their visuals and their classroom presentations. Together, these building blocks will come together for our 3rd annual PACSAC Day (our Annual PACS “Bagel Breakfast”, ScienceFair and Awards Ceremony) to be held on Friday, May 24th (8:30AM-11:30AM).
CHS L3 and CHS NHS Collection for Roots and Wings “Handbags for a Better Tomorrow": The CHS Ladies Leadership League and our Chapter of the National Honor Society are collecting items to support Roots and Wings of Denville (https://www.rootsandwingsnj.
- cosmetics cases
- travel size feminine hygiene products
- small wallets and purses
- treatment products
- small travel accessories
- packs of tissues and mints.
The drive will run through Monday, April 8th and all items can be dropped off to our “Handbags for a Better Tomorrow” box located outside the main office.
Annual CHS Parent Gift: Our Spring Auction, "One Giant Leap", is just a couple months away (Saturday, May 18th at the The Knoll East Country Club in Lake Hiawatha) and as a CHS Tradition, we have become know for our one big great community gift to the auction. Last year's CHS gift, Elton John tickets, were one of the most sought after-highly contested bidding wars at the auction yielding for Craig over three times their face value!
This year we are looking to create a Washington, DC trip which includes hotel stay, event tickets, restaurant gift cards and admission to various museums tying into the 50th anniversary of the moon walk! We are asking for a$50, however any amount, either more or less, will help us continue this awesome tradition that ultimately supports everything we do at CHS. All checks should be made payable to the Craig School and submitted by Friday April 5th to the CHS Main Office. You can also donate through Pay Pal (Pay Pal email@example.com) or Venmo (Venmo to Amanda-Jahn-3).
Craig School Auction Update
Craig Auction Raffle Tickets Now on Sale: Keep an eye on you mail box! You’ll be receiving a letter shortly from our 50/50 Raffle Chair with all of the information you need to purchase your lucky “One Giant Leap” 50/50 raffle tickets! But if you want to get a head start, print out the attached form and send it back to the CHS Main Office with a check made payable to “The Craig School”. Our goal is for every CHS family to be represented in our raffle draw. Each ticket is $25 and we encourage you to get your friends, family members and next door neighbors involved! The more you better, the better your odds are to win! You’ve got to be IN IT to WIN IT!
Monday, April 1st
Tuesday, April 2nd
2nd Trimester Report Cards Coming Home
Wednesday, April 3rd
CHS/BHS College Fair (From 6:30-8:30PM BHS Main Gym)
Friday, April 12th
DEAR Day Celebration at CHS (Drop Everything and Read)
Monday, April 15th-Monday, April 22nd
School Closed: Spring Break
Tuesday, April 23rd