Points of Pride

Envirothon Teams Compete Successfully

Congratulations to the following Envirothon Teams on their outstanding performance at the State Competition held Tuesday, May 14th and Wednesday May 15th at Fort Custer Training Center in Augusta, Michigan.  

Soular Train - Brianna Corrion, Ben Flagg, Trent Mullin, Manav Patel and Joey Whaley earned the following state subject area awards - 1st place in Energy, 2nd place in Agriculture, 2nd place in Soils & Geology and 2nd place overall in the state.

H2 Woah - Claire Branding, Alyssa Corrion, Carter Middaugh, Katie Scharrer, Emily Titus, and alternate - Jasmyn McCrumb earned the following state subject area awards - 3rd place in Aquatic Ecology, 3rd place for their Community Outreach Project  and 3rd place overall in the state. 

CHS alternates - Kaylee Bell, Luke Kreger, Abby Lasiewicki, Tyler Miller, Olivia Walker, and alternate-Ali Swenor earned 2nd place for their Community Outreach Project

Caro Choirs Earn I Rating

Caro Choirs Earn I Rating

On Thursday, March 14th, the Caro Middle School and High School Choirs traveled to USA schools for Choir Festival. Both choirs came home with the highest rating possible (I) from all three adjudicators, with an average score of 43 out of 50. Good work, choirs. Keep up this level of excellence. We are Caro, and we can.

Teachers Present at MACUL

Teachers Present at MACUL

Ms. Kuntz and Ms. Nicol did a fabulous job representing Schall Elementary and Caro Community Schools at the MACUL conference on Thursday, March 21.

Junior Citizen of the Year

Junior Citizen of the Year

Congratulations to the following Caro High School students who have been nominated for the 50th Annual Caro Junior Citizen of the Year Award:
Yami Albrecht
Caleb Cotton
Ashton Goodchild
Meredith Moore
Trent Mullin
Jared Satttleberg

Schall March Star Students

Schall March Star Students

Schall Elementary School's March Star Student Assembly was held on Thursday, March 21. There were 18 Star Students in the month of March. The character theme for the month of March was Respect.  The 3rd Grade Star students were: Stella Lutz, Westeley Urchick, Melanie McIntosh, Brinleigh Princing, Landen Montei and Alexis Waterman.  The 4th Grade Star students were: Vanessa Huber, Nolan Radzwion, Ben Ingram, Carter Wright, Kylee Rose, Morgan Walters and Riley Hahn. The 5th Grade star students were: Katie Bell, Jasmine Garcia, Lyndee Dufort, Eva Will and Payton VanCoillie. Congratulations!

Schall February Star Students

Schall February Star Students

Congratulations to Schall Elementary's February Star Students who were recognized at an assembly on February 28, 2019, for demonstrating outstanding honesty and integrity.  The 3rd grade Star Students were:  Claire Stavely, Maddy Butler, Emercyn Cannon, Noah Barber, and Jordyn Brown.  The 4th grade Star Students were:  Daylen Jameson, Violet Tetil, Brooklyn Austin, Abhilash Kuthala, and Tyler Enos.  The 5th grade Star Students were:  Britney Quick, Claire Bucholtz, Teagan Fuller, Hayden Wisneski, and Alex Hurley.  The classroom superstars were the students from Mrs. Martin's 3rd grade classroom.  

Schall January Star Students

Schall January Star Students

Congratulations to Schall Elementary's January Star Students who were recognized for demonstrating outstanding safety and sportsmanship at an assembly on February 28th, 2019.  The 3rd grade Star Students were:  Maggie Fry, Brady Parker, Thomas Thouin, Zoey Richmond, and David Parrott. The 4th grade Star Students were:  Abigail Park, Jacoby Gutierrez, Ainsley Tilkins, Addyson Fowler, and Nicholas Yates.  The 5th grade Star Students were:  Kayleigh Harrison, Caden Enos, Sullivan Hiiter, Jacob Warden, Jessica Putman, and Bryce Giddings.   The classroom superstars were the students from Miss Kuntz's 4th grade classroom.  

 

NHS Blood Drive

NHS Blood Drive

The Caro National Honor Society held a blood drive on February 28, 2019 in the CHS gymnasium.  The drive, sponsored by Michigan Blood, had 33 registered donors who were a mix of high school students, faculty and community members.  At the blood drive, 25 people successfully donated blood (22 whole blood units, 5 double red units) for a total of 27 lifesaving products!  Thank you to all who donated at this drive.