Pirates plan for Coaches versus Cancer game on December 9 with Generals
The Charlestown High School Pirate Basketball program has joined forces with the Clarksville General Basketball program and designated their Friday, December 9 contest to be a Coaches versus Cancer Game. Between now and December 9, members of the Pirate Basketball program, including the Basketball Cheerleading squad, are taking donations on behalf of the American Cancer Society. Donate a dollar or more and sign an American Cancer Society Coaches vs. Cancer cut?out. The cut?out shows you support American Cancer Society research or even shows a donation in honor of known cancer victim or survivor. The cut?outs will be affixed to the walls of the CHS Sports Arena, and on display for the night of the Coaches versus Cancer game, December 9.
Clark County DUI Taskforce recognized by Governor’s Council
For their outstanding efforts in traffic safety, Clark County DUI Taskforce officers were awarded Best DUI Taskforce in the State of Indiana in the Medium Size Agency Division from the Governor’s Council on Impaired & Dangerous Driving.
Charlestown Middle School visited by national and world educators
Charlestown Middle School (CMS) was chosen as one of only two Indiana schools for a recent visit by the National Middle Schools Association (NMSA). Educators and administrators from around the country made a special visit to CMS during their national conference held in Louisville. CMS was chosen for its One to One Laptop program. The educators listened to a presentation given by CMS principal Joyce Traub and Technology Coordinator Ken Watson, detailing how the program works and the journey to get the program implemented. Charlestown Mayor Bob Hall also spoke to those gathered.