Weekly Raider, May 13-18, 2019

This Week's Schedule:

Monday, May 13 Odd Classes Meet

LIBRARY & BOOK ROOM CLOSED ALL MORNING *

JV & V League Baseball — W.Albany @ CV — 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday, May 14 Even Classes Meet

   LIBRARY & BOOKROOM CLOSED ALL MORNING *

   Girls’ Lacrosse — McNary @ CV — 7:00 p.m.

JV & V Softball — CV @ Silverton — 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 Odd Classes Meet

JV & V League Baseball — CV @ Dallas — 4:00 & 6:00 p.m.

V League Softball — W.Albany @ CV — 5:00 p.m.

Boys’ & Girls’ District Track Meet @ Lebanon — Time TBD

Thursday, May 16 Even Classes Meet

Boys’ & Girls’ District Track Meet @ Lebanon — Time TBD

Friday, May 17 Odd Classes Meet

JV & V League Baseball — Dallas @  CV — 5:00 p.m.

JV & V League Softball — Dallas @ CV — 5:00 p.m.

* DUE TO AP TESTING THE LIBRARY & BOOKROOM WILL CLOSED —  NO BOOK CHECK-OUT WILL BE AVAILABLE   DURING THOSE HOURS.  PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY.

 

Check This Out:

Everyone — SYNC Free Summer Audiobook Program for Teens—Every week from April 25-August 1, you may download a new pair of free audiobooks based on a weekly theme. Offerings include high-interest and popular new titles. Get your free books at https://www.audiobooksync.com where you may also sign up for email or text alerts about the weekly downloads. See the CV Library check-out counter and bulletin board for more information.

Everyone — FREE Books @ CV Library for All Staff and Students! — We have lots of fiction and nonfiction books up for grabs along the entire wall of shelves by our library staff work area. There’s a wide range of genres, both adult and young adult — mysteries, thrillers, classics, westerns, fantasy, sci-fi, realistic fiction, true crime, and more. Books not claimed will soon be going away.

LBCC Extended Learning Programs — LBCC is offering summer opportunities that include Drivers Permit Preparation, Tractor Training, and many others. Please contact LBCC at 541-917-4849 to reach the Extended Learning Department.

Training Teens for Tomorrow — This teen academic and employment program through the Boys & Girls Club provides teens with academic support, job skills training, career exploration, and a real-life experience that helps them graduate from high school and pursue their career aspirations. Contact Casey Higgins for more info at 541-757-1909

 

Community flyers are now shared on the Corvallis School District website! Learn about programs, sports, and opportunities in our community. Flyers posted this week are listed below:

Summer Camps:

Registration open for OSU STEM Academy Summer Camps

Summer TAG Programs: Expeditions, Adventures in Learning, Outside the Box

NW CyberCamp 2019 registration

Equipment and Machinery training for youth

Events:

Mother’s Day Art in the Garden

Mother and daughter Self Defense Seminar

Scout-O-Rama: Free Family Activities and Scout Show at the Farmer’s Market

Juneteenth  Spoken Word Contest

Local Solutions to the Climate Crisis

4-H Outreach Leadership Institute Part III: Career Exploration

Resources:

Family Support Services

New Alateen Meeting in Corvallis

Equipment and Machinery training for youth

Parents: Become an OSU Student!

Over 700 online courses available!

Please visit the community flyers page for all current flyers:

https://www.csd509j.net/departments/communications/community-flyers/

Upcoming Dates to Note:

Everyone — AP Testing will be taking place in the Library Monday and Tuesday. Please watch the Weekly Schedule for closures and plan accordingly.  Thank you.

Current Sophomores & Juniors — If you are interested in becoming a Link Leader for next year’s incoming freshmen, please stop by the counseling office today for an application. All applications are due by May 15th to Serna, Mock, or Perley’s mailbox.

Everyone — Core Council applications are now available. If you would like to get involved in Student Government, apply for one of the many positions available. See Ms. Stone (D44A) for an application. Application deadline Thursday, May 16th.