“Be there or be square” Spring 2016 Social Highlights

“Be there or be square!”  The CHSF held it’s annual Spring Social in March with Dr. Bill Neubauer ’61 as the speaker.  He serves as president of ARSOBO, and Nogales Arizona/Nogales Sonora partnership making cleverly designed wheelchairs – by the handicapped for the handicapped. Their light weight special design allows for greater mobility on the hills of the two hillside towns.


Join Us: Spring Social 2016

The Catalina High School Foundation
Cordially invites you to attend

Our Spring Social
Wheeling Along the Border
Presented by Dr. William Neubauer

Saturday, March 19
10:00 am – 12 noon
6740 N Calle Lomita

$20 donation suggested
RSVP Acceptances only

Nominate an Amazing Trojan! 2016 Hall of Fame

The Foundation is looking for nominations for the 2016 Trojan Hall of Fame?   Think about your fellow Trojans…who has excelled in life:  business, education, medicine, sports, community service. Inductees will be selected by a committee in May and announced at our Fall Social.

Nominations are due April 1. 
Complete this form
Sent to greenenchalada@gmail.com

Help us by shopping on Amazon!

If you don’t already use AmazonSmile, you should! For every eligible purchase you make on Amazon the Catalina High School Foundation will receive 0.5%. Just pick us as your charity!

Go to smile.arizona.com to set up your account and select as your charity. Then always sign in with smile.arizona.com. It is that easy!

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CHS Red Ribbon Week

The Catalina High School Foundation supported the CHS Red Ribbon Week through a mini-grant.

As part of Red Ribbon Week — the alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed in October — Catalina Magnet High School counselor Marie Welding put together a panel to help students to think about consequences.

“I want to draw students’ attention to drug abuse prevention and safety,” said Welding, who invited speakers from agencies that students would encounter if they were caught with illegal substances. “I want all the kids to hear that if they choose drugs this is what’s gonna happen and it won’t be a pleasant journey.”

The panel consisted of officers from Tucson Police Department, probation officers from Pima County Juvenile Court, a substance abuse counselor, a prosecutor, a victim services specialist from Mothers Against Drunk Drivers and a 24-year-old recovering addict.

View the article in the Arizona Daily Star “How to help your child say ‘no’ to drugs, alcohol”
and check out the Tucson Unified School District video reporting on the impressive panel which culminated the week. VIDEO.