Capital High Summer Newsletter

7/30/2018

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Welcome New Capital Staffulty

Heather Deaver - Special Education Assistant

I recently moved to Idaho earlier this year when my husband was stationed here with the Air Force. I love spending time with my 3 year old daughter and our puppy Lily. I earned a bachelors in psychology from the University of South Carolina in 2013. I have a passion for working with children and families. I am excited to start this new journey at Capital High. I look forward to meeting everyone in the fall!

Justin Stringer - PE Teacher

Teaching:

South Jr High 2012-2018

Nampa School District 2010-2012


Education:

Masters in Physical Education Athletic Administration - Idaho State University

Bachelors in Kinesiology and Health Education - Northwest Nazarene University


Interests:

Love being active outdoors and coaching

Katie Dechambeau - Math Teacher

I have lived in Boise almost my whole life and I graduated high school from Capital in 2008. I graduated from Boise State with my Bachelors in 2013, and I’m finishing my Masters this summer. My husband and I have two four legged children that take up most of our free time. Fun fact, both of our dogs have come from students who were unable to keep them. :) During the summers I work for the BLM and in the winter I try to snowboard as much as I can. When we arnt snowboarding or hanging with our pups, my husband and I spend a lot of time with our family. We love a good game night. :)

Leanne Thurston - US History

Hello, I'm Leanne. I'm originally from Philly, and spent the first 18 years of my life in the same house, so I spent the next 10 years moving around! I've lived all over Connecticut, Upstate New York, Boise, and Idaho Falls, and now I'm excited to move back to Boise to settle down. I went to school at UCONN (Go Huskies!) for undergraduate and my first MA, and was a white water raft guide during the summer in upstate New York. I moved to Idaho after I graduated so I could be closer to my sister, big mountains, and even bigger whitewater. While I was here, I fell in love with Boise. I've been teaching history for three years, and before that I worked for BSU TRiO Upward Bound and had the opportunity to teach psychology in the summer. Currently, I'm finishing my thesis for my MA in History, so I have no spare time. But when I do, I love to be outside. I hike, mountain bike, ski, backpack, Kayak, and raft, and am always stoked to try new things. I play the fiddle in a bluegrass band, and am learning the mandolin as well. I have two rescued dogs, Hudson and Moab, that go with me everywhere.

Katie Bosch-Wilson - Math Teacher

Greetings! My name is Katie Bösch-Wilson and I have the pleasure of being able to become part of the Capital family next year as a math teacher. I have eight years of education experience. I taught high school math at Melba High School for five years before I became the secondary math coordinator for the Nampa School District. The past three years as the secondary math coordinator has given me an opportunity to learn so much, but I miss students. So, it is time for me to come back to the classroom. I am so excited to get back to working with students each and every day. I also teach computer science as an adjunct professor for Boise State University during the summer and at night during the school year.

When I am not teaching I enjoy spending time with my little family which consists of my husband and two dogs. My husband and I are die hard Anaheim Angels fans, so you will find us watching a lot of baseball throughout the summer. I have a pug named Winston and a boxer name Charlie. I am one of those dog parents who spoil their puppies more than they need. I also have four nieces who take up much of my time on the weekends and summer. They are just so much fun to spend time with.

I was born and raised in Idaho. I grew up in Kuna, Idaho and graduated from Boise State with my bachelor’s and master’s degrees. I am in love with the city of Boise! One of my favorite activities is getting up in the foothills to explore. I enjoy attending different events the city puts on. This is an amazing city and I am so happy I get to call it home.

Lindsay Niederklein - English as a New Language

I was raised in Boise and graduated from Capital High School in 2000. I earned my undergraduate degree at Washington State University in English/Secondary Education, and started my career teaching middle school English for 2 years in Las Vegas. I moved back to Boise in 2007 and have been teaching 8th grade English and ELL at Eagle Middle School for the past 11 years. I earned my Masters in Teaching ELL in 2010 from Boise State. I love to run, mountain bike, ski, and read. I have an adventurous husband, 2 spunky daughters, and a lazy golden retriever. I am excited to be back at Capital as a teacher and to be a part of this amazing community!

Sally Mitchell - English Teacher

I've been a language arts teacher for the past 18 years, and as a CHS alumna (class of '93), I'm especially happy to call Capital my new work home. I love working with kids and promoting the language arts, and I am fueled by a strong sense of adventure (Leslie Knope is my spirit animal). I have 2 sons who attend school in Boise and a husband who works in a medical lab. We love going to movies and the theatre, hiking in the foothills, and traveling to the coast. I look forward to working with the awesome staff and students of CHS!

Chloe Foster - Special Education Resource Room Teacher

My name is Chloe Foster and this will be my first year as a special education teacher! The past 3 years, I have been a paraprofessiomal at Boise High School. I have always loved helping people learn and figure out how they can be successful. I am a graduate of Idaho State University where I received my Bachelors degree in Speech Language Pathology. I also received a golf scholarship to play on their womens team for four years! I am currently at Boise State University finishing up my Masters degree in Special Education. In my spare time, I love to hike, ride my bike, and be creative. I have a true passion for helping others and can't wait to be part of the Capital High School staff.

Morgan McGee - American Government/Western Civilization

My name is Morgan McGee

I'm from Nampa, Idaho and graduated from Skyview High School in 2014.


I attended Idaho State my freshman year on a dance team scholarship. I then transferred to the University of Idaho (GO VANDALS!). I was a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority, a member of the Idaho Spirit Squad (dance team), and coached competitive gymnastics. I recently finished my student teaching at Capital High School under Dane Pence and Cindy Wilson and I graduated this May with a B.S. in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Social Studies.


My hobbies/interests include: dancing, gymnastics, skiing, hiking, traveling, and reading.


I am so grateful and excited to officially be apart of Eagle PRIDE by working with the students, staffulty, and by contributing to the amazing school that is Capital High School.

Skye Hetherington - Health Occupations & Assistant Athletic Trainer

I received my Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from Boise State University and recently obtained my Masters of Science in Applied Exercise Science from Concordia University. Before working at Capital I was a graduate student with a non-profit in the St. Louis, Missouri area where we helped low-income high schools obtain athletic trainers. I will be working as the assistant athletic trainer and health professions educator and cannot wait for the school year. Go Eagle Pride!

Registration 2018-2019

Pictures will be taken during Registration for Yearbook and Student ID's.


Dates

August 7th (Tues) 12th Graders

August 8th (Wed) 11th Graders

August 9th (Thurs) 10th Graders

Times

8:00 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. (A-H)

10:00 A.M. to 11:30 A.M (I-Q)

1:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. (R-Z)

**Students can not register early**But may attend one of the dates listed above after their designated day/time** In emergency situations, Parents may call 208-854-4490 and request approval to register early with an Vice Principal or the Principal.

LATE REGISTRATION will be from 1:00 - 2:30 on the 1st day of School (8/20). Please attend the late registration from 1:00 - 2:30 pm, if students are unable to attend registration on August 7th, 8th or 9th.

During late registration students will be able to get picture taken, pickup ID/Activity Card, purchase parking permit ($15.00, car registration, drivers license & insurance). Students who were unable to attend registration during the August 7th, 8th or 9th should attend the first day of school. All Students please go to the Aux Gym on the morning of the first day of school to pick up blue schedules . Everyone needs a blue schedule.

Items available for purchase during Registration for 2018-2019 School year

Yearbook $55.00

Parking Permit $15.00 (Please bring: car registration, drivers license & proof of insurance)

Activity Card $30.00 - gets students into all home games for free (except District & State Play off games) All Student Athletes are required to purchase an Activity Card.

Summer Office Hours

Monday, July 23rd thru Friday August 17th, the office hours will be 8:00 am – 3:00 pm (Closed for lunch from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm)

Normal Business hours will resume on Monday, August 20th (normal business hours are 7:30 am – 3:30 pm, Monday thru Friday)

Enjoy your summer!

Attendance Office Information

Welcome back to school. Just a quick attendance reminder:

Please remember that any absences not verified within 48 hours will result in a Truancy which could be followed by disciplinary action.

You can call absences in at 208-854-4493. Permits to leave must be called in to 208-854-4494 and Thank you Parents for giving us ample time to get those delivered to your students, it is much appreciated. Our student assistants would like at least 1 hours notice for PTL's to be delivered so please make those calls early and we can have your student waiting for you at front of the school!

First Day of School August 20th

Early Release K - 12

No School

September 3rd - Labor Day

Senior Formal Pictures

Senior Formal Pictures will be on September 5th

Back to School Night

Back to School Night

September 10th @ 6:00 pm

More information in next month's newsletter.

STUDENT DROP OFF ZONE

Attention Parents & Students, the student drop off zone will now be in the East Parking lot.

Parents and Students will no longer be able to drop off/pickup students at the front of the School, due to continued issues with buses not being able to gain access to the bus pickup/drop off zone..

Thank you for all your help with this matter.

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New Visitor Badge Procedure

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Blank Physical Form

It is required that all students complete a History and Physical examination prior to his/her first 9th and 11th grade practice in the interscholastic (9-12)

Sportsware Online

Before participating in any practice or game, student-athletes must complete the required documents required by the Boise School District and the Idaho High School Activities Association.

Fall Sports Parent Meeting 8/6/2018 @ 6:30 pm

Capital Football Practice

1st Day of Football Practice, August 6th.

Girls Soccer Tryouts

August 6th & 7th from 7:00 am - 8:00 am & 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Boys Soccer Tryouts

August 6th & 7th from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

VOLLEYBALL TRYOUT INFORMATION

Tryouts for Capital HS Volleyball - Friday, August 10th & Saturday, August 11th - Two sessions a day, am and pm.

Swimming Practice

1st day of Swimming Practice, August 10th

Cross Country Practice

1st day of Cross Country Practice, August 10th.

Athletic Website

capitaleagles.org