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Arizona State Science and Engineering Fair
Congratulations to Farin Shiehzadegan, who won 2nd place in the Animal Science category at AZSEF (Arizona State Science and Engineering Fair) for her project The Effect of Varying Diets on the Percent Survival & Body Size of D. Melangaster.
Congratulations to Oatha Council and Treanna Frazier, 2016 CHS Prom King and Queen!
CHS Unified Basketball
CHS Unified Basketball and Cheer are tearing it up on the court this season. Last week they defeated Basha 62-55 in a great game. This week they’re up against Higley at home. Come check it out Thursday at 6:00pm. Go Wolves!
Chandler High Softball volunteered at Feed My Starving Children for the second time this year. With the help of other volunteers, the JV and Varsity softball teams were able to pack 29,592 meals. These meals will be shipped to the Philippines and will feed 81 kids for an entire year.
Last Week's Wins
- Freshman Baseball def. Casteel 10-4
- Varsity Girls Tennis def. Mountain Pointe 5-4
- Freshman Softball def. Boulder Creek 7-5
- JV Softball def. Boulder Creek 19-6
- Varsity Softball def. Boulder Creek 3-2
- JVB Boys Volleyball def. Campo Verde 2-0
- JV Boys Volleyball def. Campo Verde 2-1
- Varsity Boys Volleyball def. Campo Verde 3-0
- JV Softball tied Sandra Day 4-4
- JV Boys Volleyball def. Mountain Pointe 2-1
- Varsity Boys Volleyball def. Mountain Pointe 3-0
- JVB Boys Volleyball def. Marana 2-0
- JV Boys Volleyball def. Marana 2-0
- Varsity Boys Volleyball def. Marana 3-0
- Freshman Softball def. Queen Creek
This Week's Home Events
- Monday, 4/18: Fr/JV Softball vs Highland @ 3:45pm; Varsity Baseball vs Horizon @ 4pm
- Tuesday,4/19 : Boys Volleyball vs Desert Vista JVB @ 3:30pm, JV @ 4pm, Varsity @ 5:30pm
- Wednesday, 4/20: Fr/JV Softball vs Hamilton @ 3:45pm; Varsity Baseball vs Hamilton @ 3:45pm
- Friday, 4/22: Varsity Softball vs Corona del Sol @ 3:45pm; Fr/JV Baseball vs Corona del Sol @ 3:45pm
IB Art Show
Five IB students currently have work on display at CHS. The exhibit of IB student art was planned by the students themselves as an integral part of the IB visual arts “test”. Not only do students design and create the artwork, they are also responsible for the exhibit of their own work. This includes organizing the pieces in the exhibit space, as well as providing exhibition text for each piece, listing a title and an explanation for the purpose of each piece. Students also wrote a Curatorial Rationale for their own part of the exhibit, explaining their artwork and the manner in which they chose to display their work within the given exhibit space. Congratulations to Gwendolyn Bishop, Kristina Cana, Derek Knauf, Tiffany Ma, and Jordan Weidner on beautiful artwork and a terrific show!
modazz dance concert
Modazz, Advanced Dance and Improv performed Serendipity in concert last week. The dancers, under the direction of Mrs. Kathie Buren, performed over 20 terrific numbers in front of a packed house. This concert celebrated Mrs. Buren’s 25th year as a teacher at CHS. Congratulations!
SENIOR INFO NEEDED
Seniors: What college or university will you be attending? All final transcripts will be sent electronically through Parchment. You must sign up at www.parchment.com before graduation. After graduation you will be charged $8.50 per transcript. For information on how to sign up, see Mrs. Thoren in the Career Center or Mrs. Graffeo in the Registrar’s office.
Graduation: May 24th at 8:00pm on Austin Field. If you are not planning to walk with the class of 2016, you must let Mrs. Graffeo in the Registrar’s office or Mrs. Smith in Room 113 know as soon as possible.
2016-2017 MODAZZ DANCE COMPANY AUDITIONS
- Attendance mandatory for all three dates listed below
- CCA Dance Room
*Tuesday, April 19……Information Meeting….2:30-3:00
*Wednesday, April 27…Audition……………….2:30-4:00
*Thursday, April 28……Audition……………….2:30-5:00
stem summer camps
- Tuesday, April 19th for all juniors- 11:50am late start for 9th, 10th and 12th graders
No zero hour. Testing begins at 7:25am. We are running two bus routes each day of testing, the regular route for testers, and a second route for non-testers. Freshmen, sophomores and seniors will catch their bus 4 ½ hours later than regularly scheduled pick-up.
CHS GOLF CLASSIC
2016-2017 SPORTS PHYSICALS
2016 CHANDLER GIRLS VOLLEYBALL ALL SKILLS SPRING CAMP
When: May 12th-14th
Where: Chandler High Payne Gym
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
Campers will practice all skills, gain volleyball game knowledge and receive agility training during the camp sessions.
Register at www.CUSDcommunity.com and click on the Community Ed tab. Select CUSD Camps & Clinics and scroll down to volleyball camp to enroll.
Online registration accepts debit/credit cards only. If you need to pay by check or money order, or need access to a computer, please visit CUSD Community Education at 1525 W. Frye Rd. No cash accepted and no camp walk-ups will be admitted.
Questions? Please contact Head Coach Audra Slemmer at 480-812-7892 or email@example.com
cusd summer academy
In need of making up credits? Looking to get a head start for next year? CUSD Summer Academy could be just what you're looking for. Information on CUSD Summer Academy can be found by visiting the following link: CUSD Summer Academy Information
CHS WOLF DAYS - SAVE THE DATE
The purpose of WOLF Days is to distribute 2016-17 schedules, take student I.D. pictures, and pay for any fees. Please keep these dates in mind when scheduling vacations. WOLF Days takes place in the CHS Media Center.
Seniors - July 13th - 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Juniors - July 14th - 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Sophomores - July 15th - 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Freshmen - July 18th - 11:30 AM-6:00 PM
CAREER CENTER NEWS
COLLEGE/CAREER PRESENTATIONS: Sign up in the Career Center
- University of Arizona- Junior Presentation- Wednesday, 4/20 @ 10:30am
- Arizona State University- Junior Presentation- Thursday, 4/21 @ 10:30am
New presentations are added daily. Visit the Career Center website to access the Career Center Calendar and other valuable info.
Aurora Behavioral Health is offering two new programs for parents of teenagers. The first one is a free Parent Support and Education group. Parents do not need to reserve a spot ahead of time nor do they need to have, or previously have had, a child with Aurora. View the Parent Support Group flyer for additional info.
The second program is a teen summer program. Structure is a key factor in helping teenagers remain stable and happy, and many students struggle during the summer without that added support. Space for the Summer Teen Program is limited, so call today to reserve a spot. View the Summer Teen Program flyer for more information.