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Seniors Benefit from The Generosity of Local Scholarship Committees
An Honors Program is held each year in order to recognize the accomplishments of members of that graduating class and this year could be no different, despite being under stay at home orders from the governor. Lori Phillips, guidance counselor, was given the task of putting together a virtual Honors Program which was released on May 28 and can be found on the school’s website. Tricia Phillips, the guidance office secretary, put together the normal program so families will always have something to remember this event. A huge thank you goes out to all of the scholarship committees and teachers who made videos to announce their winners. Each senior class truly benefits from the generous time, effort and money that these committees put into picking their winners and Caro High School would like to recognize them. If you would like to start a scholarship, contact Lori Phillips at email@example.com.
Harry Bastone Memorial Scholarship, Angeline Bennick Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Earl and Mary Branding Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Donald Carr Memorial Scholarship, Woody Crutchfield Memorial Scholarship, Justin Decker Memorial Scholarship, Leigh Devault-Light Memorial Scholarship, Francis Freville Memorial Scholarship, Harold Gates and Guy Way Memorial Scholarship, Peter Gorno Memorial Scholarship, Col. Fredrick and Alyse Haase Memorial Scholarship, Jeff Jones Memorial Scholarship, Ray Langevin Memorial Scholarship, Living Water Chapel in Memory of Kaye Campbell Scholarship, Clare McDurmon Memorial Scholarship, Stamats Memorial Scholarship, Dorothy VanAllen Memorial, Scholarship, Frank Walden Memorial Scholarship, Anthony Walker Memorial Scholarship, Scears Memorial Scholarship, Neal Sisters Foundation, Rolka Foundation, Are You Prepared?, Caro Education Association, Caro High School Teachers, Caro Rotary, Team One Credit Union, Caro High School Class of 1959, Fraternal Order of Police, Kiwanis Club, Exchange Club of Caro, Masonic Foundation, Caro Music Boosters and Caro High School National Honor Society
Tribute to Our Athletes of The Class of 2020
CHS Teacher Named to Holocaust Education Advisory Group
Ms. Amy Hammer, Caro High teacher, was named to the Teacher Advisory Group of Holocaust Education in Michigan - in conjunction with the Holocaust Memorial Center.
The group's objectives are:
1. Work with the Holocaust Memorial Center to brainstorm and recommend new educational programs and resources that teachers need or want.
2. Evaluate current and proposed Holocaust Memorial Center educational programming to ensure it meets the teacher, school and/or district curricular goals and standards.
3. Work with the Holocaust Memorial Center to develop new classroom instructional resources for teaching the Holocaust.
4. Advocate for Holocaust Memorial Center educational programming and resources.
Ms. Hammer also teaches an elective Social Studies course called History of the Holocaust at CHS.