CHS Family Bulletin

May 30, 2022

The School Year Starts to Close

Families, It has been a full year. I wanted to say thank you to everyone in our community for your patience with us as we had to change so many different ways of doing things this last couple of years.


This is a tough time for families, and educators who have concern in their hearts for their children. It is a joyous time to be celebrating the long journey of education with graduation right around the corner. It is a sad and reflective time.


My heart is with you all. I wanted to send a quick reminder about one of the core sets of values that I maintain and communicate with staff and faculty the we will keep these promises to you:


We will...

1. Keep your kids safe

2. Make them feel special

3. Ensure that they learn at high levels.


This intention is our commitment in our daily work and efforts. This is also a time where we I feel it is important to come together as a community and celebrate our strengths and connect with each other. In light of recent events I wanted to extend some resilience and solidarity to reassure our community that we are focused on making sure our safety practices and policies are routinely reviewed with staff and practiced. Additionally, much of our staff professional development is focused on building meaningful connections with each student, build community within each class, and supporting student voice and agency. Our goal as a staff is to ensure that your student to set up for success in high school and with what comes afterwards. Thank you for sharing your most important things with us, your kids. They make us laugh, cry, and grow together. We are blessed to have this time with them.

In The Know

ATTENTION FOOTBALL PARENTS!!

GET TO KNOW THE COACH


Coach Kirk Miller would like to get everyone together to introduce himself, his coaching philosophy, goals, and go over the upcoming schedule and opportunities for our football program.

WHEN: Wednesday, June 8th

WHERE: Churchill Football Field, bleachers (middle section)

TIME: 7:30pm (immediately following the 6:30pm game)

Come early for the Power Tuff football game and support the Junior and Senior squads, coached by our very own varsity football players.

New Basketball Coaches

Congratulations to Sky Stickney and Chris Stewart who will become our next Boys Basketball and Girls Basketball head coach respectively. Sky has coached JV and Freshmen basketball in various schools after he graduated from Churchill High School back in the day. Chris has a long and successful track record of coaching and is excited to rejoin the coaching ranks. We are fortunate to have to very qualified and exceptionally talented coaches joining our ranks. Welcome to the Churchill family Sky, and a big handshake and congratulations to Chris for your return to coaching.
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Be a CIT this summer!

Our goal is that campers will continue on as staff after they age out of being campers. Our CIT program is designed for youth entering 10th-12th graders. The goal is to transition campers into counselors, creating responsible and independent young leaders who can contribute positively to YMCA Summer Camps and our community.

CITs bring unique qualities to our camps: they understand camp, have lots of camp spirit, and love the Y. They are positive role models within our camp community and help to foster community and a love for camp.

CITs are expected to be leaders and role models at all times; they set a good example during opening and closing ceremonies, meals, and activities, and assist the staff during the camp day.

Your summer as a CIT is to help campers have the best summer ever by:

  • Make safe choices
  • Find new friends
  • Learn new things
  • Participate in new experiences
  • Help navigate experiences
  • Have a GREAT SUMMER!

Being a CIT won't be a walk in the park (more like a sprint) - this will be our first return to nearly normal summer in two years - if being a part of this AMAZING experience is for you - continue with the application!

Process


  1. Fill out the online application (this is for the youth to fill out)
  2. YMCA staff will connect with you within 10 days of submitting an application.

Looking Forward

MAY 30–June 3

PRIDE SPIRIT WEEK

GRADUATION TICKET DISTRIBUTION (during student lunch only)


MONDAY, 30 — SCHOOL CLOSED

MEMORIAL DAY


TUESDAY, 31

6:00 PM — Substance Use Parent Information Session


WEDNESDAY, 1


THURSDAY, 2

7:00 PM — Choir Concert


FRIDAY, 3 — SPRING SOCIAL BELL SCHEDULE

7:00 PM — Lancer Pageant


SATURDAY, 4

10:00 AM–1:00 PM — AVID 9 X 15th Night Fundraiser Carwash



JUNE 6–10

GRADUATION TICKET DISTRIBUTION (during student lunch only)


MONDAY, 6

8:30 AM–12:00 PM — IHS Graduation Rehearsal at Sheldon HS


TUESDAY, 7

4th Period — Fire Drill

7:00 PM — Band Concert


WEDNESDAY, 8

6:30 PM — Power Tuff Game

7:30 PM — Football Parent Meeting: Get to Know the Coach


THURSDAY, 9

7:00 PM — Jazz Café


FRIDAY, 10

SENIORS’ LAST DAY

7:00 PM — IHS Graduation Ceremony at the Hult Center


SATURDAY, 11

🎓 7:00 PM — CHS Graduation Ceremony at the Hult Center 🎓



JUNE 13–17


MONDAY, 13


TUESDAY, 14


WEDNESDAY, 15


THURSDAY, 16


FRIDAY, 17 — LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

REGULAR FRIDAY BELL SCHEDULE



SUMMER OFFICE HOURS: JUNE 20–AUGUST 24

Monday–Thursday: 9:00 am–noon, 1:00 pm–3:00 pm

Closed Fridays

Closed July 4

Regular hours resume on August 29.


MONDAY, JUNE 20

GRADING DAY

LAST DAY FOR TEACHERS


FRIDAY, JUNE 24

DIPLOMA PICKUP

Kudos

Thank you to Kelly Prince for keeping us safe - Kelly Prince noticed a house icon on a student marked present within the first few minutes of 1st period Monday. This student was not cleared until Wednesday. This kid could have attended multiple classes, but Kelly caught it period one. AWESOME!


On May 24th, Churchill celebrated 10 seniors that will be participating in collegiate athletics next year and have received some form of scholarship to do so.

The list of athletes is as follows:

Charley Page-Jones will be attending UNLV to swim and received an academic and athletic scholarship.

Kylie Taylor will attend Pepperdine University to swim and received a Regents scholarship.

Makoa Kaanapu will attend George Fox University to play football and received an academic scholarship.

Stella Scott will attend Weatherford College in Texas to play Volleyball on a full scholarship.

Danny Womack will attend Lubbock Christian University to play baseball on a full tuition scholarship.

Samaje Morgan will attend College of Idaho to play basketball on a full athletic scholarship.

Evan Thompson will attend Pacific University to play basketball on an academic scholarship.

Matthew Forsyth will attend Southern University College to play Golf on an academic scholarship.

Ty Weiskind will attend Bushnell University to play basketball on an athletic and academic scholarship.

Braden Rhode will attend Shasta Community college to play football on an athletic scholarship.

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