Weekly Athletics May 2-7
Monday May 2nd
AWAY – Baseball @ Forest Hills – 6:00 pm – Rocky River Tournament
AWAY – Softball @ Forest Hills 6:30 pm – Rocky River Tournament
AWAY – Soccer @ Forest Hills – 6:00 pm
AWAY – Men’s Golf – Regionals – Mt. Airy – All Day Event
Tuesday May 3rd
AWAY Tennis @ NCHSAA Team Tournament – TBA
Wednesday May 4th
HOME Soccer vs. Parkwood 5:00 pm – Senior Night
AWAY Track & Field @ RRC Meet – Monroe High – Time – 1:30 pm, Dismiss Team @ 1:00 pm
Friday May 6th
AWAY Soccer @ Community School of Davidson – 3:45 pm, Dismiss @ 1:00 pm
AWAY Tennis @ NCHSAA Individual Regionals – Salisbury – All Day Event
Students, please check your email and complete round 6 survey by Monday, May 2nd. This is the last Cougar Time and this will be your last time to sign up for the enrichment you'd like to attend.
Seniors planning to audition to be a graduation speaker: please come prepared to audition with your speech after school in the media center either today or tomorrow. See Mrs. Henry to get your name on the schedule if you have not already.
This is a reminder to all NHS members that there is a meeting this coming Tuesday, May 3rd. Seniors, your hours are due by this time, and you will need to bring $20 for your stole. Also, elections for next year's officers will be held, so if you are running for a position please plan to be present at both the morning and afternoon meetings.
If you are interested in joining the Travel Club next spring on our trip to Italy, please see Ms. Foreman. There will be a parent interest meeting on Thursday, May 5th at 6:00 in Ms. Foreman's room.
Registration for the Band of Blue marching band is now open. Please visit the website below for more information on registration and band camp dates. Registration will close on May 5th https://sites.google.com/a/ucps.k12.nc.us/cata-band/marching-band
Attention CATA Band students, Invitations went home for the Band Banquet on May 24th. If you are not scheduled in band this semester, please see Mr. Retzlaff for an RSVP. RSVP's are due by May 10th.
The National Honor Society will once again be hosting a Talent Show on May 25th. In this contest of talent, the winner is determined by votes from the audience in the form of charitable donations. If you are interested in presenting your act, audition forms are available in the front office. The dates for auditions will be announced shortly.
Spring Concessions Sign Up
Parents, we need your help. Please click on the link below for the Spring Concessions sign up form and consider signing up to work a shift selling concessions for our spring games. Baseball is played at Walter Bickett Stadium while soccer and softball are played at CATA. We can not do this without your help. Thank you for supporting the CATA students by signing up to help. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040a49acaf23a02-spring
Driver's Education (DE)
Second semester all the driver's ed classes are online. For more information about the online classes and to register and pay for the online class, go to this site. Registration will close Thursday, April 7th and the class begins April 11th. This will be the last driver's ed class for this semester.
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Graduation Speaker Auditions--- Media Center Conference Room
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM Debate Club---- Ms Cochran's Room 209
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM AWAY- Baseball @ Forest Hills-- Rocky River Tournament
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM AWAY Soccer @ Forest Hills--- FHHS
Central Academy of Technology and Arts has been nominated for awards in 12 of 12 Blumey Award Categories for their production of Ragtime.
Students from CATA's Collision Repair program placed in the top 5 at The NC State Skills USA Competition held April 19-21, 2016 in Greensboro, NC.
The 2nd Annual Robotics Challenge of Union County took place Saturday, April 16th at the SPCC Health & Technology Building in Monroe. There were 24 teams participating from Union County High Schools and SPCC, some representing local businesses.
Mario Röllig visited American History II and German II classes on Tuesday April 12, 2016. His interpreter said that he was taking English lessons but is still learning, so he delivered his story in German as a UNCC German Professor interpreted for the listeners.
Central Academy Performing Arts ventured up to New York, for a busy three day trip to the Big Apple. Students were treated to dance classes, a stage combat class, and a Broadway rehearsal with the dance captain from American in Paris. We visited several colleges including NYU Tish, AMDA, AADA, Marymount Manhattan, and Circle in the Square. Students also experienced talk backs with Silas Farley (NYCB dancer) , Brandon Ellis ( from ONCE), and the seniors sat in on a talk back with the cast of The Color Purple.