Announcements

  • SUMMER READING 2019

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  • Chorus
    If you are interested in singing in an ensemble for graduation, please stop by Mr. Stiver's room by the end of this week and let him know what voice part you sing, your student email and your availability.

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  • Spring Musical PreAuditions
    If you're interested in participating in the musical next year, Ms. Fairchild and Mr. Stiver are holding preauditions on June 6th from 11:30-3:00. This audition is open to the whole school and we would love to hear everyone's voice!

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  • Attention CATA Seniors!
    Don’t forget that next week is senior week and we will have activities for you throughout the week!
    On Monday we will be tie dying t-shirts during fourth block so bring a pre-washed (even if it’s new) white t-shirt and wear your college gear.

    Tuesday is college or career t-shirt day. We will also be having field day during 4th block so dress in comfortable clothing and bring a white t-shirt for a fun surprise.

    Thursday is Toga-Thursday! Dress up in your best school appropriate togas and get ready to decorate some crowns during first block! We will also be serving breakfast.

    Friday is our senior field trip to the US National Whitewater Center. Be at the school at 7:30am to be ready to leave at 8:00 am. Bring sunscreen and extra money for food and lockers. An informative letter will be sent out to those attending the field trip. Also- wear your tie dye shirts!

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  • The Jr. Beta Club is collecting eyeglasses, cell phones and hearing aides for those in need. If you have any of these items that you no longer use, please donate to the Lyon's Club. Donation Boxes have been placed in the main office, the media center, guidance, Ms. Henry and Ms. McAbee's rooms.

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  • Yearbooks

    The 2019 CATAlyst, our yearbook, will be here in May. Have you ordered yours yet? Bring your $85.00 check (made payable to CATA) or cash to Ms. Christensen to reserve your copy today!

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  • CATA Cougar Spirit Wear is now available.  Please stop by during one of their sale events (dates are posted on Facebook) or contact catabandspiritwear@gmail.com. You can now order from the new CATA Cougar online store.

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  • Register to Volunteer in UCPS Schools
    The district has a new volunteer registration process. If you'd like to volunteer in any of the UCPS schools you must complete the volunteer registration form located at https://www.ucpsvolunteers.com. This even applies to people who had registered in previous years. 

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  • Central Academy of Technology & Arts PTSO has linked up with Amazon Smiles.  This is a simple and easy way to raise money for our school!  And you can do it while doing your regular shopping!

    Link up with CATA so that your purchases count at https://smile.amazon.com/ch/26-1542614  

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Featured Stories

  • CATA Presents Rock of Ages, the Musical

    This year at Central Academy of Technology & Arts, students from all over the school will come together to perform Rock of Ages, a musical set in the 1980s that has all the best 80s music you know and love. Songs from the musical include “We Built this City,” “I Wanna Rock,” and “Don’t Stop Believin’.”

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  • Civil rights legend Minnijean Brown-Trickey shares Little Rock Nine experiences with CATA students

    n the fall of 1957, the world watched as Minnijean Brown-Trickey walked past armed guards and an angry mob into the formerly all-white Little Rock Central High School. At the time, Brown-Trickey didn’t realize that being a member of the Little Rock Nine would spark her decades-long advocacy of civil rights, which most recently brought her to CATA on Feb. 25 where she talked to students about her experiences overcoming racism.

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  • Ode to the School Counseling Team

    The school counseling team was illuminated in an original ode by Mrs. Henry's AP Literature class during Guidance Appreciation Week. The students were tasked with creating their own poem "Ode on a Guidance Team" using John Keats's "Ode on a Grecian Urn" as a guide. Students read their composition to the guidance members and presented them each with a copy.

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