Wednesday's scheduled Tennis match between Caribou and Houlton in Caribou has been moved ahead to tomorrow, Tuesday, April 26th at 4:00.
Spring athletic pictures are scheduled for Tuesday, April 26th in the CPAC.
The National Honor Society is pleased to announce that the Caribou High School Hall of Fame Selection Committee has elected the following six distinguished alumni to be inducted into the third class of honorees. The honorees are: Dr. Richard Winslow (Posthumously), CHS Class of 1959, Dr. Mark Randolph, CHS Class of 1975, Mr. Carl Randolph, CHS Class of 1990, Ms. Emily Smith, CHS Class of 1995, Mr. Benjamin Locke Wakana, CHS Class of 2005, and Dr. Caleb Swanberg, CHS Class of 2007, The NHS will host an induction ceremony for these distinguished Caribou High School Alumni on Sunday, May 1, 2022 at 1:30 pm in the Caribou Performing Arts Center. A portrait of each honoree will be placed in the CHS Alumni Hall of Fame. The public is cordially invited to attend. This event will be live-streamed by WHOU 100.1 FM. Please use the link below to watch the ceremony with us. https://www.whou.live/videos/nhs-induction-ceremony-caribou-2022
Water testing for Caribou High School has been completed. It was found that all drinking fountains and filling stations are in compliance. Six (6) less used sinks within the high school campus did not meet standards and will be retested in the near future. Attached are the details of the test and information that should answer any questions you may have. This information will also be posted on the RSU 39 website for future reference. https://5il.co/18ovk If after reviewing the attached you still have questions, please feel free to contact the RSU 39 Facilities Director, Wayne St. Pierre, at 493-4265.
Water testing for Caribou High School has been completed. It was found that all drinking fountains and filling stations are in compliance. Six (6) less used sinks within the high school campus did not meet standards and will be retested in the near future. We are attaching the PDF with all details to the schools website at www.rsu39.org/chs if after reviewing you still have questions, please feel free to contact the RSU 39 Facilities Director, Wayne St. Pierre, at 493-4265.
Track & Field Schedule
Congratulations to these Vikings for earning Honors for Trimester 2.
Congratulations to these Vikings for earning High Honors for Trimester 2.
Congratulations to these Vikings for earning Highest Honors for Trimester 2.
THEME WEEK: APRIL 11TH-15TH
Alden Wilcox is a winner in the ARGT Presents Film Festival 2022 High school students from the Aroostook Regional Gifted and Talented (ARGT) program participated in a video presentation competition about their interests, passions, and research with the ARGT community. The selected films and student creators are being showcased on the ARGT Facebook page. A $100 scholarship has been awarded for each selected film. One of the winners of this year’s festival is Caribou High School’s Alden Wilcox! Congratulations, Alden! https://fb.watch/chlr1h11mc/
Eastern Aroostook RSU39 and Caribou High School welcome guest speakers, Special Agent Chuck Ainsworth and Officer Kevin St. Peter today. They will cover topics such as Bullying and Cyberbullying and potential outcomes of engaging in such behaviors from both school and legal standpoints. Some objectives of this presentation are to convey the importance of "see something, say something," and ton look out for one another.
Dr. Eric McGough announces “Student of the Month” for the Month of March. Landyn Waldemarson of Perham, a Freshman at Caribou High School, has been selected as the Caribou High School’s Student of the Month for the Month of March, 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 Landyn Waldemarson!
Spring Sports Tryout Schedule!
Reminder: Early Release March 24th and March 25th. Students will be dismissed at noon.
CHS Winter Carnival Theme Week Starting March 21st!
Congratulations to Alan Sead for winning the State of Maine Voices of Democracy Speech Contest.
Calling all music lovers! Caribou High School choir members are pleased to host the University of Maine at Orono, University Singers for a free concert on Thursday, March 17th at 7:00 P.M. in the Caribou Performing Arts Center. The sixty-five member ensemble will offer an hour long performance with several styles of music. Elijah Verhoff and Austin LaPlante, Caribou HS Chorus Alumni will participate in this exciting performance. Masks are encouraged.