Attention Dual Credit students: Panola College will be running a normal schedule tomorrow, January 12th. If you are able, you may drive to your class at 9:15 and then report to CHS for 4th period. CNA students will have their classes at the normal scheduled time of 7:30 and report to 3rd period at 10:00.
Update: CISD classes canceled for Jan. 11th. Please enjoy time with family and be safe.
Late Start: Jan. 11, 2021 CHS will start school with a 2 hour delay. Buses will pick up two hours later than normal time. School will begin at 10:00 am for all CHS students. Students that have dual enrollment at Panola College will report to CHS at 10:00 am.
We are excited to celebrate with our Seniors as they plan for the future. Whether it be college, careers or joining the military, let us know what your plans are! Fill out the form, share a picture and we'll do the rest! https://forms.gle/r6VLsAd8HDQCA8KS7
Airing of NHS spotlight will be on KRTE and KLTV at 6:00 tonight. Follow up from hurricane relief efforts. Great job Bulldogs!!
Championship gear at the pop up trailer by Bull Dog Stop! Closing @ 7pm, still got a little time!!
Carthage vs. Wimberley 4A DII State Semi-Finals Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.newcaneyisd.org/Page/11663 GO DAWGS!!!!
Regional Finals Playoff Game vs. China Spring tickets can be purchased at the link below at 12 noon today, December 1! https://midlothiansports.rankonesport.com/Website/Main/CustomPage?customPageId=6890 There will be NO TICKET SALES AT THE GATE. GO DAWGS!!!
Band Competition 11-18-20: Remember Junior Lot will be closed tomorrow. All parking for Juniors between PAC and Tennis Courts. No traffic on street between Stadium and School. Thank you for your help! Good luck Battliń Bulldog Band.
This time of year Carthage HS UIL Academic attendees invitational meets... Center HS is host this weekend. This is one of our favorite meets. Every time Center HS host, we are greeted with a warm smile and hug from a fella wearing a Hawaiian shirt.... Doug Moore! He cheers for ALL students, no matter where they are from. This year he is fighting cancer. So, CHS UIL ACADEMIC team would like to honor him by wearing our Hawaiian shirt. Our love & prayers are with you Mr. Moore!
Tickets for Friday nights Bi-District Football game vs. Gatesville are now on sale! All tickets are $6. Follow the link below to purchase: https://schooleventticketslogin.com/event/view/carthage-vs-gatesville GO BULLDOGS!!!
Carthage High School Veterans Day Program If you are a Veteran we would like to honor you on November 11, 2020 at Carthage High School in the Performing Arts Center (PAC). Please RSVP on this form if you plan to attend. https://forms.gle/bL5Qw4pTew85fNXYA
TICKETS FOR VOLLEYBALL BI-DISTRICT MATCH VS. WACO LAVEGA ARE ONLINE ONLY!! You can purchase tickets at: https://schooleventticketslogin.com/event/view/carthage-vs-waco-lavega
Seven Carthage students competed in the Hallsville UIL Speech Tournament on October 24, 2020. Congratulations to the following students who placed at the tournament. Persuasive Speaking: 5th Place - William Jackson. Informative Speaking: 3rd Place - Maria Piedra, 5th Place - Abigail Wilkerson, and 6th Place - Emily Hernandez. Cross-Examination (CX) Debate: 4th Place - William Jackson and Maria Piedra. William Jackson was also awarded as Top Speaker in CX Debate.
Carthage Debate students competed at the UIL Speech Tournament in Hallsville on March 10, 2020. Cross-Examination Debate: 6th Place - Abigail Wilkerson and Elizabeth Pinkston Informative Speaking: 3rd Place - Justin Wilkerson Persuasive Speaking: 1st Place - Will Jackson, 4th Place - Mercedes Alonzo, and 6th Place - Elizabeth Pinkston
Carthage Debate students competed at the UIL Speech Tournament in Hallsville on March 10, 2020. (Due to COVID results were just recently received. Cross-Examination Debate: 6th Place - Abigail Wilkerson and Elizabeth Pinkston Informative Speaking: 3rd Place - Justin Wilkerson Persuasive Speaking: 1st Place - Will Jackson, 4th Place - Mercedes Alonzo, and 6th Place - Elizabeth Pinkston
Please view our parent newsletter for the 2nd Six Weeks https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1aSDzHbOOL5kteqq37XGMduNCocHu9G1qjCqf09XxrJc/edit?usp=sharing
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English 1 and 2 At Home Learners: IMPORTANT REMINDER! You will need to come to school on Wednesday, September 9th in order to take your first Formative Assessment. It is also picture day, so you’ll be able to take care of both items on the agenda.
There will be a delay in progress reports going home. Our grade system is being updated and the most accurate picture of your child's grades will be provided after this update is complete. Progress reports will be sent home before the end of this week. Thank you!
CHS Courses Website. For information regarding your child course information please click below and find your child's teacher and course title. https://sites.google.com/carthageisd.org/carthage-hs-courses/home
COVID Visitor Screening Form (Must be complete before entering games, concerts, and other extracurricular activities.) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IB0lpqRHxAipcPseLL758L6RU_Ji41G7i2qKQI4wqOM/edit?usp=sharing
Carthage Texas let's show some love to soon to be sophomore Aby DePriest. THSRA State Finals in the books. She finished 8th in the state in Pole Bending and then ended up 5th in the Light Rifle Shooting! She is also the 2020/2021 THSRA State Student Secretary and Region V Student President! #lonestarfeedproducts #rockandrolldenim #panhandle #tcc #chgraphics #americanhatco #horseteethmatter #hamiltonequine #thsra
Carthage High School is welcoming a new principal for the 2020-2021 school year. Carthage ISD Superintendent John Wink recommended Justin Smith to the Board of Directors at a meeting on June 1st, and he was approved unanimously. “We are very excited to hire Mr. Smith as our new high school principal,” said Wink. “He is a very positive and energetic leader, who will no doubt bring a lot of wonderful things to Carthage High School and to our community.” Mr. Smith comes to Carthage from Bryan ISD, where he most recently served as the District Community Outreach Officer. Prior to that he was the principal at Sam Rayburn Intermediate School, where he led that campus to be the National STEM School of Excellence during his three year tenure. “Another thing that is outstanding about him is that he has also been named the Secondary Teacher of the Year in Rockwall ISD and Bryan ISD during his career,” Wink shared with the board. “So he has not only proven himself as a leader, but he’s also proven himself as a teacher.” Mr. Smith is married to his high school sweetheart, Bettina, and together they have three children: Jaxson, Ruby Catherine, and Slaydon. Mr. Smith also serves as a board director for Habitat for Humanity and volunteers his times with the Boys and Girls Club. “We are drawn to his personality,” said Board President Dr. Ben Donald. “We want him to lead the high school campus because we think he’ll take it to the next level and we are excited to see him do that.” Mr. Smith said it was the feel of the community that inspired him to apply for the position and gave him the desire to bring his family to Carthage. “I’m very excited to come to Carthage High School and educate champions,” Smith shared. “I can’t wait to work with the talented people on that campus. I know there is a winning culture here and that makes me excited.” The interview process was lengthy and was comprised of several stages. Fourteen applicants were interviewed via Zoom meetings and it was narrowed down to four. Those four interviewed with a panel of seven teachers and three administrators. Mr. Smith was recommended as the finalist to be presented to the board. “In my opinion, he’s very impressive and I think he’s going to bring a lot of things to the table for us,” said Wink.