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CFHS Weekly Announcements

CFHS Announcements: March 13-17, 2023


  • 9-Weeks Exams start today with odd period testing.  Even period testing will be Tuesday.  These exams will be given during regular class time.  


  • We will have the mock administration of the ACT Aspire for our 9th and 10th graders on Tuesday.  9th and 10th grade students will report to testing rooms 1st period on Tuesday.  Teachers will direct students on where they need to report.


  • ACT Vouchers are available to juniors and seniors who need financial assistance.  See counselors and career coach.


  • ACT Test Prep is Tuesday and Thursday 3:30-5:30. We do still have spots available for ACT Prep if students are interested.


  • Credit Recovery will take place Monday (Clary), Tuesday (Clary), Thursday (McAdams)


  • Student council will be hosting a blood drive on March 28. If you are interested in donating, please sign up with Mrs. H. James in room 115. 


  • Student council is hosting a powder puff football game on March 31. Any ladies interested in playing, please sign up with Mrs. H. James in room 115. The last day to sign up is March 15th.


  • We will have the Cards Got Talent show this Thursday during Cardinal Academy.  Admission will be $2.



Women’s History Facts


The 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote, was signed into law on August 26, 1920. But at the time, a number of other laws prohibited Native American women, Black women, Asian American women, and Latinx women from voting, among others. It wasn't until 1924 that Native women born in the United States were granted citizenship, allowing them to vote, according to PBS.


Even after 1924, Native women and other women of color were prevented from voting by state laws such as poll taxes and literacy tests. It wasn't until 1965, when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law, that discriminatory tactics such as literacy tests were outlawed, and all women could vote.


Women couldn’t get credit cards on their own until 1974.  When you think about it, that wasn't even that long ago, which is just mind-blowing. Until Congress passed the Equal Credit Opportunity Act of 1974, women couldn't get credit cards in their own name. Often, they had to bring a man along to cosign for them, according to Smithsonian Magazine. Legal work done by late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laid the foundation for the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, as well as many other basic rights women have today, including the ability to attend state-funded schools, protection from pregnancy discrimination at work, and the ability to serve on juries, according to USA Today.


Women make up 14% of active duty military members.  Women also make up 23% of officers in the Coast Guard. In January 2013, the U.S. government lifted its ban on women serving in combat positions.


Marie Curie was the first woman to receive two Nobel prizes.  Curie was a scientist whose research on radioactivity led her to discover two new elements. She also researched the atom, and her findings have been integral in scientific advancements related to atomic bombs and medicine, according to Scientific American. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, as well as the first person and only woman to win two Nobel Prizes. She won the Nobel Prize in physics in 1903 and the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1911.

Lunch Menu

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9-week exams (Odd periods)

V/JV Softball @ Malvern *Makeup Game

All day

5:00 p.m.


9-Weeks Exams (Even Periods)

V/JV Softball @ Ashdown

V/JV Baseball @ Ashdown

ACT Aspire Mock Admin

All Day

5:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m.



Early Out


V/JV Baseball vs. Magnolia

Talent Show-Prom Fundraiser

End of 3rd Quarter

5:00 p.m.

Cardinal Academy


V/JV Softball vs. Magnolia


5:00 p.m.

Cardinal Academy

Have an amazing day!

Every Cardinal. Every Day. Whatever It Takes.