Class notes: Colorado Mountain College graduation set for Saturday |

Class notes: Colorado Mountain College graduation set for Saturday

— Graduation ceremonies for the Alpine Campus of Colorado Mountain College will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel.

The college will host a continental breakfast reception for honors and Phi Theta Kappa honor society graduates at 9 a.m. at the hotel. A reception including refreshments will be held at Willett Hall in the main dining area at the Alpine Campus after the graduation ceremony.

This year’s graduation speaker will be Steamboat Springs School District Superintendent Dr. Shalee Cunningham. The graduation ceremony will feature three honor students who were nominated by faculty members. Colorado Mountain College students Heather Sullivan and Cody Spyker will present the student welcome, and Nicole Marcisofsky will present the student farewell. The faculty farewell will be presented by Terry Hunter, full-time Faculty of the Year for the Alpine Campus.

For more information, call the campus at 870-4444.

Final math Graduation Exam on May 4, June 2

Any junior or senior at Steamboat Springs High School who has not passed the math Graduation Exam needs to sign up in the counseling office. Remaining dates for the exam this year are May 4 and June 2. Students who did not pass an earlier exam can make an appointment with any math teacher to go over their exam. Students in math proficiency class will take the exam during class time.

Steamboat Springs High School’s prom Saturday

Steamboat Springs High School’s “Midnight Masquerade” prom is from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday at Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel. Tickets are on sale now. All non-high school students attending as guests must be pre-approved and registered with the school office. Guests not enrolled in high school will not be permitted to attend unless they are younger than 21 and comply with the school’s dance policy.

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The prom and after-prom committee are looking for after prom and early bird volunteers the morning after for cleanup, as well as cash donations. To volunteer, call Jeanne Parsons at 846-8386. Checks may be written to After Prom Party and sent to Donna Garth, P.O. Box 880635, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488.

Support group forming for grieving teenagers

A peer support group, sponsored by Poogie’s Place, is forming for youths between the ages of 12 and 15. The group will be for teens grieving the loss of a loved one. Group leaders will use a combination of talk and creative expression with the support of peers to facilitate the healing process. Call Katy Thiel at the Visiting Nurse Association at 871-7628 to obtain more information and to register.

6th annual Battle of the Bands slated for May 15

The sixth annual Teen Battle of the Bands is scheduled for 9 p.m. May 15 at Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel. The event will feature teen bands from Steamboat Springs, Hayden, South Routt and Craig. Each band must have a three-song set. Local musicians and other sound aficionados will judge bands on originality, musicianship, sound, lyrics and appearance. The city of Steamboat Springs teen programs, the Steamboat Pilot & Today Teen Style section and Z Rock are sponsoring the event. Registration begins in May. Call 879-4300 for details.

Coed league volleyball interest meeting May 11

Anyone interested in playing in the city of Steamboat Springs’ summer coed beach volleyball league is invited to attend an interest meeting at 5:30 p.m. May 11 at the Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services office, 245 Howelsen Parkway.

The season begins in June and ends in late August with games on Monday evenings. League fees and schedule information will be covered at the interest meeting.

Lunch menus

Week of April 27

– Steamboat Springs School District

Monday: Chicken patty sandwich, fries

Tuesday: Pasta with sausage, spinach, tomato and Romano cheese

Wednesday: Kung Pao chicken, rice

Thursday: Beef patty sandwich with bacon and onions, fries

Friday: To be announced

– South Routt School District

Monday: Macaroni & cheese, green beans, fruit

Tuesday: Chicken patty sandwich, tater tots, fruit

Wednesday: Ravioli, garden salad, bread stick, fruit

Thursday: Chili con carne, crackers, cheese stick, fruit, cinnamon roll

Friday: Barbecue beef sandwich, tater tots, carrot sticks, fruit

– Hayden School District

Monday: Chicken tenders, butter noodles, mixed vegetables, applesauce

Tuesday: Barbecue pork ribs, potato salad, corn, blueberry cobbler

Wednesday: Grilled Sneeches sandwich, tomato soup, pasta salad, apples

Thursday: Meat loaf, baked tomatoes, breadsticks, peaches

Friday: Hamburgers, french fries, granny smith apples, chocolate cake

– Christian Heritage School

Monday: Steamboat Smokehouse: chopped brisket served on a bun, watermelon slice

Tuesday: Azteca Taqueria: Chicken burrito, tortilla chips, salsa and sour cream

Wednesdays: Freshies: Soup, salad, cookie

Thursday: BeauJo’s Mountain Bistro: Pizza

Friday: Half-day, no lunch