Congratulations to CHS cheerleader Marilyn Mercer, she has signed a letter of intent to cheer at Missouri Valley College.
Don't let the practice of gratitude end with the passing of Thanksgiving. Here are helpful ways to continue gratitude in your daily life, no matter the time of year. For more ideas check out this website here: https://kidshealth.org/en/teens/gratitude-practice.html
CHS FCCLA and Key Club hosted the annual Turkey Trot the day before Thanksgiving break to raise funds for YMCA backpack buddies! Students paid $3 to ‘trot’ out of Advisory class and hang out with friends. FCCLA and Key Club members also held a bake sale during the event. The student body raised a RECORD BREAKING $400! The money was presented to YMCA Program Director, Shawn Hurtgen. Pictured left to right are Shawn Hurtgen, Gracelyn Bently, Marilyn Mercer, FCCLA president Carol Minor, Key Club Secretary Caylee Anderson, and Key Club Sponsor Rachael Wheeler. Special thanks to FCCLA advisor, Mrs. Kristy Christy for helping make this event such a huge success! We love our community!!
Mark your calendars for this awesome show that will feature the talents of many of our CHS students!
All tickets tonight at Winnetonka for basketball will be digital on GoFan.com or the GoFan app., search school name and the basketball double header should be the first thing to pop up. A QR code is in the images of this post for further information. Safe travels.
As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, the counseling department asks that you pause your day and name something you are thankful for. As the website below states "The habit of gratitude can help us get off the treadmill of everyday life and acknowledge the small victories that we all have every single day." To see why gratitude is an important practice to have in your life check out this link: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/healthy-living/emotional-wellness/Building-Resilience/Pages/how-to-practice-gratitude.aspx
Chillicothe R-II Schools will not have classes Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Nov. 22-24), due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Classes will resume Monday, Nov. 20th.
Congratulations to Charlee Campbell and Lukas Heldenbrand, CHS Students of the Week for the week of 11-13 through 11-17. If you see them, please feel free to congratulate them for representing CHS in such a high manner.
Congratulations to Lukas Heldenbrand, he is the first student to ever earn a college bowling scholarship while being a member of the Chillicothe Bowling Club. Lukas will be attending Central Methodist University.
Chillicothe High School will be hosting the basketball jamboree starting at 5:00 pm on November 14 with Brookfield and Trenton. Free admittance will be granted to all who attend and support the Leadership Class and Chillicothe High School in their annual canned food drive. See images for additional information. Hornets on Top!
In observance of Veteran's Day, tomorrow (Saturday), the Chillicothe R-II School District would like to thank our nation's veterans for their service and sacrifice!
The Chillicothe High School Veterans Day Assembly is about to begin at 8:30 a.m. Over 60 veterans are present. We thank you for your service and look forward to honoring you today!
Congratulations to Chillicothe High School girls basketball player Kayanna Cranmer, she has signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at NCMC!
Congratulations to Sarah Boon and Lane Nickell, CHS Students of the Week for the week of 11-6 through 11-10. If you see them, please feel free to congratulate them for representing CHS in such a high manner.
Character Strong R.A.K.E. Award Winners: Congratulations to Maddie Beetsma, Quincy Swearingen, Colton Sullivan, Eli Carpenter, Josh Adams, and Jacob Adams, they are the R.A.K.E. award winners. They were identified as doing the following; Helped staff members and stayed after the Academic Banquet to clean up and put away 85-100 tables and 500 chairs after the Academic Banquet was over that they were honored for during the event.
Congratulations to Chillicothe High School girls basketball player Jolie Bonderer, she has signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at William Jewell!
The table is set for the 32nd Annual Chillicothe High School Academic Banquet. We are honoring 166 students with an academic letter for earning a 3.50 GPA or higher during the 2022-23 school year. A big thanks to all those in the community that made this catered dinner for our students that achieve highly in the classroom possible. Hornets on Top!
Thoughtful Tuesday: In the month of November, the Counseling Department would like to bring attention to the act of gratitude. Gratitude is much more than just saying thank you, it is a state of being that has been proven to positively impact a person's mental health. To learn more about how to practice gratitude within your family, check out this link: https://www.verywellmind.com/how-to-teach-children-gratitude-4782154
Congratulations to Mrs. Duckworth on being Chillicothe High School's 2023 Teacher of the Year. Congratulations to Mrs. Andrea Graves on being Chillicothe High School's 2023 Beacon of the Year. Thanks for all you do for CHS students! Hornets on Top!
Congratulations to Molly Kennebeck and Alton Keller, CHS Students of the Week for the week of 10-30 through 11-3. If you see them, please feel free to congratulate them for representing CHS in such a high manner.