Ryan Disney’s Word of the Week
• lethargic (luh-THAR-jik): adj.
• having little or no energy
• “It takes until lunch time to shake off the
lifeless feeling of a lethargic Monday
11 school days
Senior Superlatives
Cutest Couple - Dane Mohn & Ashley Funderud
Future Little League Coach and Soccer Mom - Tyler Santee & Brooke
Olympians - Tristan Baker & Shelby Thompson
Hopewell Hooligans - Wells Meakin & Morgan Howder
Fashionistas - Quamaine Goodman & Savannah Barnette
Dynamic Duo - Alexandra Griffin & Ashley Ginns
Biggest Flirt - BJ Kendrick & Eva Bertone
Most Attractive - Dominik Itzigehl & Jordan Lifer
Most Likely to Cure Cancer - Nickesh Patel & Anna Claire Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. Sunshine- Jared Dawson & Amanda Scanlan
Severe Senioritis- Warren Burroughs & Erin Travis
Class Clown- Kevin Kosches & Kaelyn Sparks
Effective MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH, any
student who is tardy to ANY class period will
receive a lunch detention. Students will
proceed to the lunch detention line in the café
and report to the auditorium to serve their
Attention All Students!!!
Report cards will be sent home
today, November 7th! There will
also be a letter explaining the
Mastery Grading Procedures that
are in place this year to support
student achievement.
• Tuesday, November 4th
• Wednesday, November 5th
• Thursday, November 6th
• Wednesday, November 12th
• Monday, November 17th
• Tuesday, November 18th
In room 703 directly after school. You MUST
attend a MINNIMUM OF ONE in order to
compete at Myers Park on November 20th.
• All seniors who have taken pictures can come
to all lunches TODAY to pick which photo they
would like in the yearbook.
• ALSO, November 10th is the ABSOLUTE LAST
CHANCE for makeup senior pictures and there
will be NO more opportunities after this!
There are still openings for 9th and
10th grade students to be a part of
one of Hopewell’s Academies.
Hopewell offers The Academy of
Engineering and The Academy of
Hospitality & Tourism. For more info
contact your counselor or Mrs. Bazik
in room 704.
• Parents and other adults at Hopewell and in the surrounding
community are invited to come and help judge or volunteer at
the Senior Graduation Project presentations on December 8th,
9th, and 10th.
• Experience is not required for judging as there will be training
sessions each morning before presentations begin.
• Volunteers are also needed to help provide food and
refreshments for the judges throughout the day.
• Any time you can volunteer throughout the day is greatly
• If interested in judging or volunteering, please visit to sign up.
We appreciate all you do, Lunch
Ladies, for serving us good food
with a smile!
Students, have Titan pride and
keep the cafeteria clean!
There are still a few long sleeve
homecoming shirts left. They are
now $5. Teachers send an email
with size and room number, they
will be delivered.
Congratulations to Reina Pozo of
the Hopewell woman's golf team.
She finished State Golf
Tournament tied for 34th with a
two day score of 168. Great job
The 2015 Titanium Yearbook is ON SALE!
Get it for $70 for a limited time! The price
WILL go up soon. Hurry and get yours today
in room 506 during lunch or online at with code
Follow @HdubHooligan on
twitter for updates about
the Hopewell Hooligans!
Dance Team Fundraiser
The Hopewell Dance Team will be selling
Attractions Dining and Value Guides starting in
October. They cost 20$ and pay for themselves
after 2 uses. There are thousands of dollars in
local savings, and are full of coupons. Stop by
room 847 to purchase one. The proceeds will
help the Dance team fundraise for their Spring
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
Women’s Lacrosse
There will be workouts every Wednesday at
the HAP field in Huntersville @ 3:30-5:00.
There will be another interest meeting soon,
so stay tuned! New players are welcome!!
SAT Prep and Math Prep
• For math assistance download Wolfram
Alpha from the app store.
• For SAT vocabulary Prep download Mind
Snacks from the app store.
• All meetings are mandatory
• Rehearsal dates: Nov. 10th (2:30until)
• MANDATORY Dress Rehearsal:
Nov. 17 (6pm-until)
Powder Puff 2014
Ladies: now’s your chance to shine on the gridiron.
Powder Puff game will be on Wednesday, November
12th in the stadium. Sign-ups will be at all lunches.
Freshman vs. Sophomores and the Juniors vs.
Practice is being held Monday Nov. 10!
Freshman: Auman, Peerey, Greeson, and Anderson - practice football field
Sophomore: Jensen, Baxter, Bitters - back of PE practice field (band)
Junior: Catchpole, Bolar, Glenn - softball field
Senior: Brown, Matthews, and Osteen - upper PE practice field (soccer)
Powder Puff 2014
There will be a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 11th,
@ 12:00 pm at the fields by Barnette
If you are interested in participating, please
contact Jared Dawson.
New CPCC Explorer Post!
• The CPCC Dance Explorer Post will focus on
different styles of dance each month and the
careers available after college. This will be the
first program we have had in this career field.
• It will be held on Nov. 7th @ 5:00 p.m. at
Central Piedmont CC Worrell Hall Studio 2154
Central Campus
• See Mrs. Wayland for more details!!
Military Career Day!
Military Career Day is on Thursday Nov. 13th in
the Media Center. If interested in the
opportunities available in the armed services,
please get a pass from student services. All
grades are welcome!
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!
Prom Committee Sign up!!
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College Application Week is Next
November 10th-14th seniors can apply to NC colleges
through CFNC,, and have the application fee
waved for many schools. The list of the participating schools is
available on CFNC website and will be posted around school.
Seniors who are currently in English class will attend a 45 min
lab session with their teacher on Nov. 10th. Students who are
taking English next semester, the schedule is as follows:
• 9:50- 10:26, 2nd period: Senior Students with the last name A-J
report to computer lab closest to their class.
• 10:31-11:20, 3rd period : Senior Students with the last names
K-Z report to computer closest to their class.
• 12:50-1:20, 4th period: Any senior who was unable to attend
earlier that day
• Teachers letting your recycle bin run over, this is the
procedure you should follow:
– Send a responsible student with bin to rollout. The
rollouts are located at each workroom except 900.
they are located in stairwells.
– Dump bin into rollout and return empty bin to
– The custodian assigned to that area will then take
rollout to recycle dumpster.
– Empty rollout will then be returned to proper
If you are interested in playing Women’s
Soccer this year, please stop by and see Coach
Bolar in room 903!
• On Friday nights, after any sporting events,
the Cookout lobby will close at 10:00 PM and
the doors will be locked. The drive-thru will
remain open for business.
• Cookout will be posting NO LOITERING signs
on their property and have signed an
Authorization to Act Form giving Huntersville
Police authorization to act on their property
• Failure to comply will result in being arrested
Congratulations to Mr. Kugler and the entire theater
cast of OTMA and The Rain Came to Mayfield and
crew on receiving many deserving awards this
weekend at their competition in Winston-Salem
• Charlie McGee - Best Acting
• Mr. Kugler - Best Director
• OTMA - Best Ensemble
• The Rain Came to Mayfield - Runner Up
• Zach Neely and Raven Ferguson - “Best Stage
North Mecklenburg Technical
Institute (NMTI)
• NMTI offers Automotive Technology,
Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, and Horticulture
at North Meck High School
• Starting on Dec 1, all 9-12 grade students will
have an opportunity to apply for the NMTI
magnet option with transportation
• Please See Mrs. Wayland in the Career Center
if interested!
Technical Institute at North Meck
Mr. Todd porter with the North Mecklenburg
Technical Institute will be here on Friday at all
lunches. If you are interested in transferring to
North Meck for cosmetology automotive,
horticulture or culinary stop by his table to get
more information on Saturday November 8th
check out Norh Meck’s 1st automotive
Technology CAR SHOW!
• Davidson College: Wed. Nov. 12th @ 1:00
– Please remember this is a highly competitive
school looking for GPA’s higher than a 4.0
• Fayetteville State University: Thurs. Nov. 13th
@ 1:30
See Mr. Holt in Student Services for a pass!
Cabarrus College of Health and
• Friday, Nov. 14th, the Cabarrus College of
Health and Sciences will have an admissions
officer on our campus. If you are in the 11th or
12th grade and interested about what this
college has to offer, come by Student Services
to get a pass!
University of Tennessee Volunteer
• UT has created a newly defined scholarship
program for outstanding volunteers
• Need to have a minimum of 3.8 weighted UT
core GPA and a super scored SAT or ACT.
• Students must meet the December 1st regular
admission deadline.
South Carolina State University
• Recruitment Session designed to help
students and their parents gather
information about opportunities at SCSU
• Who: Prospective SCSU students and parents
• When: Thursday, November 20, 2014
• Where: Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
3301 Beatties Ford Road, Charlotte, North
Carolina 28216
Central Piedmont Community
• CPCC Representative, Connor Deason will be in the
Career Center and at some lunches to talk with
students individually and in small groups about
attending CPCC if you would like to make an
appointment for one of the following dates:
• November 12th @ 9:30-11; December 10th @ 9:30.
• Mr. Deason will also hold a regular College visit on
Oct. 29 at 9:30. Students must register in student
Burger King Scholars Program
• High school seniors can apply to receive a
scholarship. Applicants must have a
cumulative GPA of 2.5 and a plan to enroll full
time for the 2015-2016 academic year.
• Go to
• UNC Chapel Hill will be holding it’s annual
Catalyst Conference brings a select group of
100 high school students from across North
Carolina to UNC Chapel Hill for a weekendlong exploration of social justice issues.
• If you are interested in applying to attend
please EMAIL or see Ms. Stone in student
services. The deadline is Saturday, November
15th, 2014 at 5 pm
Assistance League of Charlotte
• Are you looking for scholarship money?
• Have a minimum weighted GPA of 3.0?
• Are you planning to attend one of the 16 campuses of the
University of North Carolina?
• Scored a minimum combined total score of 1500 or minimum of
21 on ACT?
• This scholarships, not exceeding $10,000, provides funding
towards tuition, room and board, required fees and books for
freshman year at one of the campuses.
• The 2015 application is online at
• Return all paperwork to Ms. Conner by 2/18
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
[email protected]
WTS Transportation YOU High
School Scholarship
• WTS fosters the development of women and girls in the
transportation field by encouraging bright new professionals
and students to undertake careers in the area of
transportation. One way it does this is by awarding the
transportation YOU High School Scholarship to girls pursing
high school studies in science, math, technology, engineering
and math.
• The WTS transportation YOU High School Scholarship is 1,000.
The MINIMUM criteria for selection are:
Applicant must be a high school senior
GPA of 3.0 or higher
Currently studing math, science, and technology
Considering a career in a transportation field
• Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma
sponsors the Quest Whole Persons
Scholarship. This scholarship recognizes
students committed to achieving excellence
academically, physically, and spiritually.
Awards range from $5,000 - $20,000 per year.
If you are applying to Oral Roberts and would
like to be nominated, please see Mrs. Conner
in Student Services.
Lenoir-Rhyne Teaching Scholars
• LR is recruiting exemplary high school seniors
to receive this prestigious scholarship and to
develop the skills to become effective teacher
leaders for the public schools. Applications are
being accepted now and spaces are limited!
Seniors should apply at
• Deadline is Jan. 10, 2015
Colonial Dames of America
National Essay Contest
• Students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades,
who are not previous winners are eligible to
enter. Winners receive a scholarship to attend
the week-long Congressional Seminar
Workshop held in Washington D.C. in June
2015. For more info and online registration,
• Deadline is Nov. 28th 2014!
• Honors $1,500 monthly to a Charlotte area
high school athlete
• If you would like to be nominated, see your
coach for more details!
Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar
• 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
North Carolina Hispanic College
• Awards annual scholarships worth between $500 and
• Recipients are graduates of North Carolina high schools
who are of Hispanic/Latino background
• Recipients must enroll in a degree program at a
community college, 2 year college, or 4 year
college/university and be committed to public service
and community development
• To learn more, visit
• Application deadline: January 15, 2015
Ronald McDonald House Charities
• The Ronald McDonald House Charities and its
scholarship program seeks to invest in high
school students who are exemplary role
models in their communities and have the
initiative to fulfill their educational goals.
• Apply today at
• Application deadline: January 20th, 2015
John F. Kennedy Essay Contest
• Students of America are asked to write an
essay on an act of political courage be a U.S.
elected official who served during or after
• For contest info/registration/submission, visit
the profile in Courage Essay Contest at
• Could win $10,000!!!!!
Thomas Wolfe Scholarship of
UNC Chapel Hill
• Offers full undergraduate support for student
• If interested, you must apply to Chapel Hill by
Oct. 15, and must submit your applications to
the Thomas Wolfe Scholarship by Nov. 15.
• For more info go to
• The AXA Achievement Scholarship will have a
winner from every state for scholarships in
the amounts of $10,000 and $25,000!!!
• Apply by Dec. 15th!!!
Attention Seniors Applying to
• Students who wish to be considered for admission into the
Honors College or any of its programs must submit a
completed application for undergraduate admission to ECU by
Nov. 15. Students must also meet the following minimum
criteria within both the standardized test and high school
achievement categories:
• Minimum un-weighted GPA of 3.5 and/or minimum weighted
GPA of 4.0
• Minimum math/critical reading combined SAT score of 1200
and/or minimum ACT composite score of 27 (super scoring is
permitted for both tests)
• CPCC will be offering several testing sessions on CMS teacher work days and
Saturdays to accommodate our high school seniors who would like to participate
in the College Connection Program. Below are the upcoming dates for the
remainder of 2014. The placement test is a required enrollment step for students
who do not qualify for the testing wavier!
• Tuesday, Novemebr 11 (CMS holiday) @ Central Campus, room AT
202 and 200
• Saturday, December 6 @ Levine Campus, Room LV 1303 and LV 1304
• Saturday, December 13 @ Cato Campus, Room CT 167 and CT 168 in
the Cato II building
***Check-in begins at 8:15 am, testing begins promptly at 8:30am***
Students can see more information and register at: /d/1WcgpmsCmFctZmcF4QAtyxZ4enfQrGQY5I40d2RCO5U/viewform
Apprenticeship 2000
• This is a program for local companies to offer high school students opportunities in
a variety of technical career fields and employment after graduation. It is an 8000
hour program that last for four years. After graduation from the program the
student will have earned an AAS degree in Manufacturing Technology and a
Journeyman's Certificate awarded by the state of NC. Apprentices can earn
upwards of 34,000 a year.
• Interested students will attend an information session on November 19th @ 7:30am
in the Hopewell Career Center. Students selected will go CPCC between junior and
senior year and alternate with work- classes are paid for by the Apprenticeship
Program and the student is paid while in class and at work. After the summer
program, usually one or two students from the summer program are asked to stay
in the program.
Junior with excellent math skills- minimum 2.8 GPA- need Algebra I,II
or Geometry to be placed in MAT-121 at CPCC
No more than 5 absences a year
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SEEN 2015