On June 6, Carlé High School will be having their graduation ceremony. It will be at Lower Lake High School at 6 p.m.
Carlé will be close to setting a record for number of graduates this year.
On May 21, Kevin Rampone showed his portfolio and on May 24 Ashely Gravlee, Shawna Sample and Dallas Schell showed their portfolios as well to friends, family and staff. As soon as they have finished all of their credits they will be full graduates of Carlé High.
On May 12, Carlé students had their Senior prom. The prom almost didn't happen this year but thanks to the persistence of students Tonya Smith and Desiree Bauer the prom was a huge success.
The prom king was Gorge Viera, the queen was Tonya Smith. The prince was Dane Pearson and the princess was Antoinette Percoats.
Mr. To stated that all events that the students have been involved with have been great and the students have been well behaved.
Many people helped make the prom a success including Matt Hill and David Scott who was the event's disk jockey, free of charge.
Carlé also would like to give a big thank you to both Kerrie Connelly and Jamie Austin who did so much for the prom including catering.
We could not have pulled it off without all the extra work these two wonderful women did. Student Bauer and others from the media program have created thank you plaques for these wonderful people.
On Memorial Day Carlé's own Scabby will be turning 12. Many years ago a student working community service found this dog suppurating out of wounds all over his body and who had no hair at all. Teacher Alan Siegel brought Scabby home and he has been a success ever since.
Carlé High School would like to thank the Interact Club's own Carolyn Ruttan for putting on a presentation and informing everybody about the quagga mussel problem.
Last week Carlé was involved in a softball tournament. The students who participated were: Jacob Davis, Jesse Greene, Oscar Granados, Dane Pearson, Charles Tracy, Cody Beers, Charles Trujillo, Steven Fogg, Robert Kanoe, Antonio Rosales, Paul La Rue and Austin Weldon.
These Carlé student won the championship and brought home a big trophy. Jacob Davis was the MVP (most valuable player). Mr. Maes stated that one of the highlights was the unassisted triple play by Jesse Green.
He went on to say that everybody had outstanding sportsmanship and everyone had a great time. Steve Hamann said there were multiple things that were memorable such as the hustle of the MVP, Jesse Green's shut out in the first game, and the home run leading the second and third game, and especially the triple play.
There also was the winning of the third game where Charles Trujillo walked with the bases loaded. He said the best part though was the way the whole team conducted themselves in an outstanding manner, and they all had great sportsmanship.
On May 14 Teacher Siegel and Mr. To went to Lower Lake High School to award Carlé Student Jade Fox with the Kiwanis Hope of America Award.
They had a lovely dinner made by the Lower Lake culinary class, and watched the students from all different schools who were given this award.
Next week's article will detail Carlé's Memorial Day community service activities this year led by teacher Verna Rogers.
That is all for now, have a great week!
Jade Fox is a student at Carlé Continuation High School in Lower Lake, Calif.