Calais High School

Dominic Gayton

In band news, annual calendar sales have concluded and were incredibly successful as usual. The band would like to thank all those in the community who supported music at Calais High School by purchasing a calendar. The next performance is on Halloween afternoon at the Halloween parade. Come out and see the manifestation of community support for music in schools. 

The National Honor Society held its first meeting on Thursday and is currently deciding what charitable endeavors to embark upon this year.

The Student Council has been hard at work selling concessions at CHS volleyball games. Come out to the next Lady Blue Devils volleyball game and support the athletes as well as the Student Council as they build funds for a year of service to school and community.

The Academic Decathlon has begun studying this year by reviewing the year’s novel, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. 

A philosophy club has been formed at Calais High School. For more information, contact Levi Staples. 

Ms. Loper’s art students went to downtown Calais to study Nexus, the new sculpture in the Triangle Park. 

Tristyn Croman, a freshman at CHS, has recently been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, I am sad to report. The good news is that his prognosis is positive and he is in good spirits. Please keep his family in your thoughts. We at Calais High School miss Tristyn, and wish him the best.