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3 Ryan Disney’s Word of the Week
KINDLE Meaning to be stirred up; light up, or glow The 2015 titan news crew has kindled a deep and unbreakable bond.

4 Abarca-Bennett, Alexis
9th Grade Homerooms Student Name Teacher Room # Abarca-Bennett, Alexis Stovall 435 Bennett - Cauthen Clinton 404 Chain - Cutts Quinn 410 Dahl - Elkovich Miller 417 Ely - Ghant McKinney 430 Gilley - Heffner Casper 427 Hernandez - Johnson Kummerow 424

5 9th Grade Homerooms Student Name Teacher Room # Jollie - Likely George
422 Lipscomp - McMellon Warfel 736 McQueen - Newton Hendershot 425 Nichols - Ramirez Osteen 705 Rapp- Scanlan McClellan 714 Schuler - Stewart Kerns 708 Stowe - Vega Ferriero 723 Viney - Zoeckler Benzel 715

6 10th Grade Homerooms Student Name Teacher Room # Abedi - Barnes Rhodes
538 Barnette - Brinson Weir 529 Broder - Catrambone Brust 537 Celeste - Cummings Penn 726 Daniels - Estanisiao Wood 741 Evans - Gilmore Whaples 739 Gilstrap - Hartman Brown 738

7 10th Grade Homerooms Student Name Teacher Room # Hartsough-Huyhn Wise
733 Jackson-Kincaid Pritchard 731 Knox – Martines, Maria Blackburn 847 Martinez, Luis – Munoz McMahon 851 Nelson – Pham Totzke 854 Phifer – Rochford Peerey 857 Rogers – Smith, Elijah Malon 858 Smith, Jaylen – Tidwell Smith 842 Tillman – West Kugler 642 White – Zito Raudales 540

8 11th Grade Homeroom Student Name Teacher Room # Abedi- Berry Howard
528 Betha – Conaway Nebel 209 Contreras – Espinoza Cooke 520 Everetta – Gray Stapperfenne 201 Green – Hollis Maskell 506 Holmes- Lindsay Bitters 504

9 Rollins – Smith, Philena
11th Grade Homerooms Student Name Teacher Room # Lipford – Miller Collis 503 Minor – Phillips Wheeler 510 Phipps – Rolle Rotthoff 501 Rollins – Smith, Philena Seymour 229 Smith, Tyler – Turner Baxter 403 Upp - Zuniga Gurdo 203

10 12th Grade Homeroom Student Name Teacher Room # Alexander – Blackwell
Cross 913 Brenes – Christmas Luttman 955 Clamon – Dorsey Jensen 960 Dudley – Gllespie White 914 Ginns – Helstrom LaPointe 909 Henderson – Jarratt Richmond 901 Jenkins - Lewis Stollger 910

11 Riggs, Elizabeth- Sisouk
12th Grade Homerooms Student Name Teacher Room # Lifer – Miller Winters 911 Moffett – Parks Hipp 957 Parson- Riggs, Caitlyn Lindenberger 906 Riggs, Elizabeth- Sisouk Luckadoo 905 Skinner – Tucker Bolar 903 Turner - Yoder Auten 904

12 HYGIENE ALERT! Make a new year’s resolution, stay healthy for 2015, and prevent the spread of infection! Wash hands frequently, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and cough into your sleeve or elbow! Stay home if your temperature is over 100 degrees and don’t return to school until you’ve been free of the fever for 24 hours.


14 Students, have Titan pride and keep the cafeteria clean!
We appreciate all you do, Lunch Ladies, for serving us good food with a smile! Students, have Titan pride and keep the cafeteria clean!

15 TITANIUM YEARBOOKS The 2015 Titanium Yearbook is ON SALE! Hurry and get yours today in room 506 during lunch or online at with code 15814! FOR AN EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK!


17 No senior dues = No senior activities!
SENIOR WEEK! Turn in your $20 to the counselors at your lunch Turn them in ASAP Dues pay for senior week and breakfast! See Ms. Casper in 427 for any questions No senior dues = No senior activities!

Text… @hopewell15 To… 81010

19 HOPEWELL HOOLIGANS on twitter for updates about the Hopewell Hooligans!

20 Foreign Exchange Program
If you would like to be a host for a foreign exchange student or if you would like to learn more about the opportunity to travel to Japan, please see Mrs. Conner in Student Services!

21 The Cows Are Back!! Purchase a Chick-fil-a 2015 Cow Calendar/ VIP Chick-fil-a Rewards Card from the Gentleman's Club for $9 Don’t miss out on your special offer each month!!! Come by room 211 for more info!

22 WOMEN’S SOCCER If you are interested in playing Women’s Soccer this year, please stop by and see Coach Bolar in room 903!

23 Future CPCC Students: All seniors who are interested in attending CPCC next year and have not applied should check out the CTE bulletin board or see Mrs. Wayland in the Career Center!

24 College and scholarship information

MAKE CPCC YOUR FIRST CHOICE! JOIN US TO LEARN ABOUT: College Connection program -early, priority registration and personalized guidance throughout the enrollment process Financial Aid -need-based and merit-based scholarships, grants and other funding oppurtunities March 10 at 6 pm March 12 at 6 pm (check-in begins at 5:30p.m) or (check-in Begins at 5:30 p.m) CPCC Cato campus CPCC Levine Campus Cato Building II- Room Levine Building I – Room 2150

26 COLLEGE OF TEXTILES STEP is a summer program for rising seniors. Students would attend one of 4 one-week sessions to learn more about different opportunities in Textile Design, Apparel Design, Polymer Chemistry, Textile Engineering, or Business Management. Applications due May See Mrs. Conner for more details

27 The State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship
The State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship is looking for students who are leaders and volunteers in their communities and who demonstrate financial need. Applicants must be 2015 graduating seniors with a cumulative GPA between a 2.5 and 3.2 in a 4.0 scale who plan to enroll full-time for the school year at a credited 2 or 4 year college, university, or vocational/ technical school . Students must be a U.S. citizen

28 Tony Cullen Memorial Scholarship
To provide Scholarship support for one senior male high school student athlete on the varsity level lacrosse team at a North Carolina High school / athletic association member high school. For more information go to Deadline to apply is March 20, 2015.

29 The Buick Achievers Scholarships Program
The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program encourages high school seniors and current undergraduates who plan to enroll full-time at a four year college or university in and who plan to major in a field focused on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry apply! The scholarship celebrates students who excel in and outside of the classroom. Deadline is Feb. 27th!

30 Completed registration forms are to be turned in.

31 Review and Enter Choices
Counselors will visit every 1st period class to meet individually with all students. 1st period teachers will have the schedule of counselor classroom visits. Students will review and enter their choices with a counselor.

32 Eight and Two ** ALL STUDENTS are required to sign up for 8 classes and 2 alternates

33 March 2nd Please consider all information and choose your classes carefully. Remember to turn in your completed registration form to your 1st period teacher on march 2nd

34 Questions? Counselors are available in the cafeteria during all lunches- stop by and ask!

35 Aspiring Animation Professional Scholarship
This scholarship gives $1,000 to high school seniors interested in pursuing an animation career path at an accredited post-secondary school or college. Go to and the info will be located on the right. Deadline is June 1, 2015!

Its time to apply for an unforgettable summer, as they invite you to the Duke summer college for high school students (grades 10 and 11) to earn academic credit, or Duke summer academy for high school students (grades 9-12) for personal enrichment. The application is available on their website today and you are encouraged to apply early, as spaces fill quickly!

37 Aspiring Fashion Professional Scholarship
The Aspiring Fashion Professional Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship that will be awarded to students that are interested in pursuing a fashion degree at an accredited post-secondary or college. Interested students can visit and find the scholarship located at the bottom of the page. Deadline to apply is June 1, 2015.

38 Charlotte “Queen City” Chapter
The Charlotte “Queen City” Chapter of North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University Alumni Association has established a scholarship program for the student(s) attending North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University. There will four $500 awards to incoming freshman. All applications must be received by March 31st to be considered for this scholarship. Students must has a GPA of 3.0 and must live in Charlotte Metro area. Visit

39 Mel Hughes Scholarship Fund
Allegacy Federal Credit Union is pleased to offer scholarship opportunities for its members. The annual Mel Hudges Scholarship Fund is available to graduating high school seniors and currently enrolled college students. Students must be attending either a four year college or university or community/ technical school. To be eligible, a student must be a primary member of Allegacy. Applicants will be judged on academic performance, extracurricular activities and an essay question. To learn more, visit

40 Advanced Imaging Systems Scholarship
Advanced Imaging Systems is awarding a $500 technology scholarship to a high school senior with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and acceptance to a technical school , community college, college or university. The student must plan to study either computer programming, web design, computer engineering, information systems or networking. Please see Mrs. Conner Deadline is April 4th

41 Sarah Scott –Schofield Scholarship
The Zetas of Charlotte Benevolent Foundation proudly present The Sarah Scott-Schofield Scholarship. Applicants must have an unweighted GPA of 2.5 or better and must have demonstrated financial need. Applicants are being accepted until April 1, Go to for more info.

42 Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award
Auger and Auger Attorneys at Law are proud to support the disabled students of America with the launch of their Semi-Annual Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award. Applicants will be judged based on their academic merits as well as the content of the application and essay they provide. To apply go to

43 Martha Guy Summer Institute for Future Business leaders (MGSI)
The “Best” summer opportunity awaits current high school juniors on the campus of Appalachian State University. The Martha Guy Summer Institute for Future Business Leaders has a solid, 11-year history of inspiring students through exploration of the business world, and we are now accepting applications! We are seeking students who have a sincere interest in business as a college major and demonstrate leadership potential. They should be prepared to be away from home and able to manage a demanding schedule

44 Athnet Scholarship Athnet Sports Recruiting is proud to be able to offer a $1,000 scholarship to a current or future college students who plays, or has played high school or college sports. The Athnet Scholarship committee will award the scholarship to the student whose essay best demonstrates how the lessons they learned through sports have positively impacted them as they peruse their college education. words your essay to Deadline is June 1st !

45 ECPI University Scholarships!
ECPI University awarded over $5 million in scholarships in 2013!!!! If you are intersted in learning more about these scholarships, go to for details!!

46 Technology Scholarships
Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York has a special opportunity for students who choose to major in computer science or information technology and systems. The Technology Scholarships will give recipients a full four-year tuition, room and board scholarships, plus many more benefits. If you are planning to major in these fields and would like to learn more, visit

47 SENIORS The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarships were established to encourage minority students to pursue college degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. Each spring $5,000 scholarships are awarded to two African American and two Hispanic students currently completing their senior year of High School. Visit for the application and more details. The deadline to apply is April 8, 2015 at 5 PM.

48 Fresh Start for Men, Inc. Scholarship
Fresh Start for Men, Inc. Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to individuals enrolled in an institution of higher learning. Financial assistance is based on academic performance and leadership potential. Applicants must have a GPA of a 2.5, proof of acceptance at a school for post secondary studies and must demonstrate financial need. If interested, see Mrs. Conner in Student Services Deadline is May 27, 2015

49 Attention Students Accepted to North Carolina A&T University
The Charlotte “Queen City” Chapter Scholarship for North Carolina A&T awards 4 $500 to incoming freshmen. Students must be a U.S. citizens who live in the Charlotte Metro Area and have a GPA of 3.0 or better. Applications are available from Mrs.Conner and are due to the committee by March 31, 2015.

50 ATTENTION SENIORS If you have any pictures from school events that represent the senior class send them to the address below… No more than 4 photos and school appropriate please! Pictures will be in our senior virtual album.

51 Attention Seniors The Crown Jewel Scholarship is looking for African American seniors who have a GPA of 2.75 or better and who have been accepted to a four-year college or university. Students must demonstrate significant financial need and have strong leadership potential. To learn more visit, Applications must be postmarked on or before March 13, 2015


53 school days until GRADUATION!


55 Prom pictures Pictures for prom should be sent to

56 Key Points To Remember For Registration 2015-16
School Year

57 Get the Class that you want!
Please pay close attention to the information you are about to see and read. It will ensure that you follow directions and sign up for the courses that you want to take next year.

58 Completed Information
Please be sure that all information is completed including alternate courses.

59 Reliable Contact In formation
Please make sure to list a working phone number or address. Core classes are listed on the front of the registration card. Elective classes are listed on the back of the registration card.

60 Honors or AP Courses If you plan to take honors or AP courses, please make sure that you talk to your current teachers for suggestions. Remember that Honors and AP courses are more demanding in content and responsibilities. They also have certain prerequisites.

61 CMS Planning Guide on CMS website
We strongly suggest that you have an A in a prerequisite regular course or a B in a prerequisite honors course for Honors courses. We strongly suggest a B in an honors level course for AP courses. You can always refer to the High School Planning Guide available on the CMS website for detailed class descriptions.

62 Review your graduation requirements which can be found in the High School planning guide. Talk with your current teachers to see what they recommend.

63 Monday March 2nd Completed registration forms are to be turned in on Monday, March 2nd, to your first period teacher

64 Every First Period Class
Counselors will visit every 1st period class to meet individually with all students 1st period teachers will have the schedule of counselor classroom visits Students will review and enter their choices with a counselor

65 Please consider all information and choose your classes carefully
March 2nd deadline All students are required to sign up for all 8 classes and 2 alternates Please consider all information and choose your classes carefully Remember to turn in your completed registration forms to your 1st block teacher on March 2nd

66 Questions? Counselors are available in the cafeteria during all lunches – stop by and ask!

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