Thursday, March 16, 2017 (Even)

Activities

  • Unity Day Assembly (see schedule below)
  • Boys Tennis vs. Silverton @ Silverton, 4 PM
  • Girls Tennis vs. Silverton @ CV, 4 PM
  • Baseball-V vs. Wilson @ CV, 4:30 PM
  • Softball vs. N. Salem @ CV, 4:30 PM
  • Girls Lacrosse, 6:30 PM

Student Information

Special Assembly Schedule Today:
Class              Time             Length
2nd                 8:00-9:30      90 minutes
Break              9:30-9:45      15 minutes
4th                  9:45-11:15     90 minutes
Lunch             11:15-11:55    40 minutes
6th check-in  11:55-12:00   5 minutes
(Teachers take attendance/walk to gym)
Assembly       12:00-12:50   50 minutes
6th                  12:55-2:25     90 minutes

Spring Spirit Week is March 13-17!
Thursday: “Raider Day” - Wear any Raider gear!
Friday: “St. Patrick’s Day” - Wear green

Career Center/Career Learning

Carol Beamer’s Hours: M-F, 8:30 to 2:30
Contact Carol Beamer at carol.beamer@corvallis.k12.or.us or 541-757-5916.

AP Test Date Changes: Due to the six snow days and lost teaching time, the following AP test dates have been changed. All other test times and dates will remain the same.
US History (APUSH) - May 17, Wednesday, 7:45 AM
Environmental Science (APES) - May 17, Wednesday, 11:45 AM
Calculus AB & BC - May 18, Thursday, 7:45 AM
Biology - May 19, Friday, 11:45 AM
In making these changes, we hoped to optimize student learning and minimize additional stress, minimize and avoid double test days caused by late testing, and stay aligned and consistent with CHS testing while still avoiding known student conflicts (eg. State choir/band, State track, State tennis, etc.) If this change causes a testing conflict for you, see Mrs. Beamer as soon as possible.

AP Exams - Register NOW! To register for one or more AP exams, students must bring a non-refundable $15 per-exam deposit to the Career Center from February 22-March 16.

SCHOLARSHIP CONTESTS (various grades)
Chinese-American Citizens Alliance - Tiffany Wang Arts:
2-$500. Award to be used towards a summer arts program. Awarded to 9th, 10th, or 11th grade student in Oregon or Clark County high school. Demonstrated financial need, talent in the fine or performing arts. www.cacaportland.org/scholarships.html 4/11/2017

SCHOLARSHIPS (Seniors)
OFWC Penny Art Scholarship: $400. Any graduating Oregon high school senior is eligible to enter their art for this scholarship. http://gfwc-ofwc.org/scholarships.html 4/1/2017

OFWC Violet Lang Instrumental Music Scholarship: $500. Any graduating Oregon high school senior is eligible to enter. Each performance will be no more than 10 minutes in length and include not more than three selections. http://gfwc-ofwc.org/scholarships.html 4/1/2017

OFWC Violet Lang Vocal Music Scholarship: $500. Any graduating Oregon high school senior is eligible to enter. Each performance will be no more than 10 minutes in length and include no more than three selections. http://gfwc-ofwc.org/scholarships.html 4/1/2017

Oregon Association of Independent Accountants: $1,000-$2,000. Open to Oregon residents with financial need that plan to study accounting. Enrolled or accepted by accredited OR school full time in accounting. https://oaia.net/product/students 4/1/2017

Altrusa Latina: $1,000. Female, senior of Latino heritage. Application, transcript, one letter of reference. Application available in the Career Center. 4/3/2017

Northwest Community Scholarship: 20-$1,000. Be (or become) a Northwest Community Credit Union member in good standing. Scholarships will be awarded to students who demonstrate dedication to creating a positive impact in their community. https://nwcu.com/scholarships 4/3/2017

American Indian Education Foundation: $2,000. Native American or Alaska Native, attending an accredited 2- or 4-year college/university or technical/vocational school full time, GPA between 2.0-3.4 is desirable, ACT or SAT. www.nativepartnership.org/site/PageServer?pagename=aief_scholarshipapplication 4/4/2017

AFSA Scholarship: 10-$2,000. Seniors planning to enroll by Fall 2017. Randomly selected. Applications available online: www.afsascholarship.org/high-school-contest/hsstep1 4/7/2017

Koski, Marilyn (CV Most Improved) - OSU Foundation: $5,000 over 4 years. Student who has demonstrated outstanding improvement during his/her high school career. Must have attended CV for at least 3 years, plans to attend OSU, good citizen, school spirit, financial need. Staff nomination, but student can self nominate. Application available in the Career Center. 4/7/2017

Asian American Youth Leadership - Paul Duong Memorial Scholarship: 1st-$1,500; 2nd-$1,000; 3rd-$500. Senior who previously attended Asian American Youth Leadership Conference, or who will attend the 2017 AAYLC on Friday, May 12, 2017. Application, essay, resume, transcript, and references. Contact Ron Cheng (503-803-4555) or chairAAYLC@gmail.com or go to www.aaylc.org for application. 4/10/2017

Chinese-American Citizens Alliance - David Lee Quan Memorial: $1,000. A student majoring in the medical or science profession. www.cacaportland.org/scholarships.html 4/11/2017

Chinese-American Citizens Alliance - Fred G. Lee Memorial: 1-$4,000; 2-$1,000. Graduating Oregon seniors with 3.5 GPA, have at least one parent/guardian who is a member of CACA (Portland Lodge), school and community activities, US Citizen. www.cacaportland.org/scholarships.html 4/11/2017

CASA - Sister Adele Memorial: $1,000 to $2,000. Applicant must be from an Oregon farmworker household. Application, transcript, service project, essay. No GPA requirement. Application available online: www.casaoforegon.org/articles/about-sister-adele-scholarship 4/14/2017

Wirth, Tim Memorial - OSU Foundation: $3,500. CV senior, attend OSU, 3.25 GPA, good citizenship in school and community, and involvement in high school athletics. Application available in the Career Center. 4/14/2017

Asian-American Foundation of Oregon: 2-$1,000. Applicants must have participated in Asian community and cultural events anywhere in Oregon. http://aaforegon.org 4/15/2017

American Legion Legacy Scholarship: Varies, up to $20k/yr. The American Legion wants to ensure higher education is a possibility for children whose parents have been killed or disabled while serving our country. The applicant must be a high school senior or high school graduate to apply for the scholarship. Scholarship is for undergraduate study at an accredited institution of higher education within the United States. www.legion.org/scholarships/legacy 4/20/2017

Oregon Jaycee Foundation: $500. One-time grant to Oregon high school senior based on academic excellence, personal accomplishments, leadership qualities, and community service. 3.7 GPA. Application in CC. 4/25/2017

New! Corvallis Public Schools Foundation - Susan Small Hall Scholarship: $500. Graduating student of CV or CHS with min 3.25 GPA. Participation on golf team, leadership attributes, community service, and financial need are criteria. Application is mailed to Corvallis Public School Foundation. Not a requirement to be on a golf team. Application available in the Career Center. 4/30/2017

ROTC National Guard Minuteman Scholarship: Tution & fees OR room and board. US citizen, SAT/ACT score of 920/19 or above. www.usar.army.mil/Featured/Resources/Educational-Benefits/Minuteman-Scholarship Deadlines vary.

2017-18 School Schedules
Bell Schedule
Year Schedule
C O M I N G  U P :

Registration for 2017-18
August 22nd- SR/JR,
1-7pm
August 23rd- SO/FR
1-7pm

Late Registration-
August 28th, 10a-3pm
ATHLETIC UPDATE:

FALL SPORTS begin August 14th
PARTICIPATION FORMS are available HERE

GO RAIDERS!
Raider Core Values:
Integrity
Responsibility
Passion
Respect
Critical Thinking
High Standards
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