CATA Rat Rod=Academy Collaboration Harper Corp of America R.A.T. Rod Round-up Challenge - $5,000 Grant. Currently students from Transportation, Information Systems, Family and Consumer Sciences, Engineering, and Art are involved in the creation of this build. This project will create a bond between academies as they strive to a common goal. The Rat Rod vehicle will consist of a minimum of 10 different parts from 10 different vehicles, and will be road legal and drivable. See the website here.
Monday, February 27th
HOME – Softball vs. Porter Ridge – 4:00 pm, Dismiss Team – 2:45 pm
AWAY – Tennis vs. Union Academy – 4:00 pm – Stone Bridge Country Club, Dismiss Team 2:30 pm
AWAY – Soccer vs. JM Robinson – 5:30 pm
Tuesday, February 28th
HOME – Softball vs. Union Academy – 4:00 pm, Dismiss Team – 2:45 pm
HOME – Baseball vs. Union Academy – Walter Bickett Stadium – 5:30 pm
Wednesday, March 1st
AWAY – Soccer vs. Sun Valley – 6:00 pm
Thursday, March 2nd
HOME – Tennis vs. Metrolina – Monroe High School - 4:00 pm, Dismiss Team – 3:00 pm
HOME – Softball vs. Anson – 4:00 pm, Dismiss Team 2:45 pm
HOME – Baseball vs. Anson – 4:30/7:00 pm, Dismiss JV Team @ 3:15 pm
Friday, March 3rd
HOME – Soccer vs. Porter Ridge – 4:00 pm, Dismiss Team – 2:45 pm
HOME – Baseball vs. Victory Christian School – 5:00 pm
With the establishment of the MPRA Academy at CATA in 2015, the opportunity exists for students to be able to produce music and build the foundations needed to be successful in the recording industry and higher level of institution. Exciting course offerings such as Recording Arts I and II will be offered starting in the 2017-2018 school year.
Dr. Fisenne personally congratulated and presented official Microsoft Certificates of Accomplishment to the following students for earning Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications for the Fall 16 Semester. This is a tremendous accomplishment that students and parents should be very proud of.
Mr. Anderson’s English III class is “Celebrating Black History Month” by reading A Lesson Before Dying, by American author, Ernest Gaines. The lesson started by watching an interview with Ernest Gaines himself. Gaines wrote the novel based on things he witnessed in the 1940’s during his childhood. Gaines says that he wanted a novel “that talked about his people."