Caribou High School will be on Harvest Break from September 26th -October 11th. Students will return to school on October 12th. Have a wonderful and safe Harvest Break Vikings!
9 days ago, Public Relations
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Important Message from Mr. Graves: Tomorrow's (Saturday, 9/24) Cross Country Meet and Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer Games at Old Town have been postponed. A make-up date will be forthcoming.
9 days ago, Public Relations
Caribou High School Names “Student of the Month” for the Month of September. Elizabeth Wing of Mapleton, a Sophomore at Caribou High School, has been selected as the Caribou High School’s Student of the Month for the Month of September, Principal Jamie Selfridge announced today. The award, sponsored by the Caribou Chapter of the National Honor Society, is given in recognition of a high school student’s academic achievement and citizenship. The Student of the Month program is meant to promote success in and out of the classroom. For a student to be a well-respected citizen, they must be able to balance many different areas of life. They must exemplify outstanding characteristics both as a student and as a citizen of the community. The student must be able to handle many different aspects of student life while maintaining excellence in the classroom. This award is designed to nominate and select students who promote and take pride in Caribou High School and in themselves. To be nominated as Student of the Month the candidate must be a current high school student. The student will exemplify character in and out of the classroom. Students are nominated by Caribou High School Faculty and Administration each month. The selected student's picture and name will be showcased during the month of recognition both at school and on the school website. The administration will also present a Student of the Month Certificate to the student. Congratulations Elizabeth Wing!
9 days ago, Public Relations
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IT IS A GREAT DAY TO BE A CARIBOU VIKING!!!! TODAY IS VIKING SPIRIT DAY! WEAR YOUR MAROON AND SHOW YOUR VIKING PRIDE!
9 days ago, Public Relations
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Reminder-There is no school tomorrow (9/16/22) for students.
17 days ago, Public Relations
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Message from Mr. Graves: Tomorrow's JV Girls Soccer game scheduled for 3:00 vs John Bapst at Caribou High School has been cancelled. The other games vs John Bapst will be on as scheduled. Girls Varsity at 1:00 (lower field) Boys JV at 1:00 (track field) Boys Varsity at 3:00 (lower field)
23 days ago, Public Relations
The Caribou High School Guidance office is pleased to announce the following; FAFSA Labs and College Information Night Nichole Vachon from the Finance Authority of Maine will be conducting a series of FAFSA compilation labs at Caribou High School on October 24th. The labs will occur in the senior English classes during that day. There will also be an evening presentation at 6:00 in the Caribou High School cafeteria for students and parents. The goal of both sessions is to understand the financial aid process and start the FAFSA which is required to receive financial aid and local scholarships. Parents and students attending the evening presentation are encouraged to bring in their school issued Chromebook computer. Teri St Pierre Director of Early College and Carrie Bosse Early College counselor will also be present to answer any questions around concurrent enrollment and the transfer of concurrent enrollment credits. CHS Guidance staff will also be present to answer any general college admissions questions.
30 days ago, Public Relations
Senior Night at the Caribou Country Club! Come out and support our team!
30 days ago, Public Relations
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The Caribou High School Golf match in Houlton today has been postponed. There is no make-up date at this time. Stay tuned for updates.
about 1 month ago, Public Relations
Caribou High School Freshmen Orientation is being held on Monday, August 15th from 6:00-8:00pm Please click on the link for more information, including the agenda: https://5il.co/1g0y1
about 2 months ago, District Data Facilitator
Freshment
Please read letter from CHS Principal, Jamie Selfridge.
about 2 months ago, Public Relations
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First Day of School for Caribou High School is August 17th!
2 months ago, Public Relations
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Please read letter from Superintendent Doak regarding the incident at CHS this morning 6-9-22
4 months ago, Lisa Milliard
Incident Letter
Sorry about the duplicate messages when we posted we received an error from the application and just refreshed our screen it sent duplicates we apologize for the duplicate messages.
4 months ago, Lisa Milliard
This morning at Caribou High School, a fire extinguisher was discharged. No students, or staff were directly involved in the incident, or in the area at the time of the discharge. The responsible party left the building, and shortly after were apprehended by the local police. At no time during this event were any of the students or staff at risk. The affected location has been contained as the custodial staff clean the area, classes at Caribou High School will resume as normal.
4 months ago, Lisa Milliard
Please see the following letter regarding school safety by clicking the link: https://5il.co/1bqb6
4 months ago, District Data Facilitator
Viking Basketball Camp Information
4 months ago, Public Relations
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Kathryn Doody of Woodland, a Junior at Caribou High School, has been selected as the Caribou High School’s Student of the Month for the Month of May, Principal Dr. Eric McGough announced today. The award, sponsored by the Caribou Chapter of the National Honor Society, is given in recognition of a high school student’s academic achievement and citizenship. The Student of the Month program is meant to promote success in and out of the classroom. For a student to be a well-respected citizen, they must be able to balance many different areas of life. They must exemplify outstanding characteristics both as a student and as a citizen of the community. The student must be able to handle many different aspects of student life while maintaining excellence in the classroom. This award is designed to nominate and select students who promote and take pride in Caribou High School and in themselves. To be nominated as Student of the Month the candidate must be a current high school student. The student will exemplify character in and out of the classroom. Students are nominated by Caribou High School Faculty and Administration each month. The selected student's picture and name will be showcased during the month of recognition both at school and on the school website. The administration will also present a Student of the Month Certificate to the student. Congratulations Kathryn Doody!
4 months ago, Public Relations
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CHS Menus for June Breakfast: https://5il.co/1bcz3 Lunch: https://5il.co/1bcz6
4 months ago, District Data Facilitator
Please see the following letter from the Superintendent of Schools regarding​ the School Resource Officer: https://5il.co/1bbwg
4 months ago, District Data Facilitator
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