The Official Newsletter of Combs High School
November 2, 2018
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GO COYOTES !!!!!
Message from the Principal
A major factor in student success is attendance. When students are not in class when the bell rings, the students are considered tardy and they are sent to Sweep for that class period. If a student accumulates multiple tardies, the student will receive additional consequences, starting at their third tardy, that range from In School Suspension and in some extreme cases Out of School Suspension. Please help us to encourage our students to be to class on time and ready to learn each period. Thank you .
Chris Farabee, MEd
Principal Combs HS
Meet Mr. Gutierrez
From Los Angeles, California, CHS welcomes Paul Gutierrez as one of CHS' new security guards. Gutierrez said it was a risk to take the job but he is happy he works here, Gutierrez fell in love with education while he was volunteering at the Chandler Boys and Girls club.
Students of the Month
SWIMMERS qualify for D2 State Swimming Championships
Aaron Larkin will be representing CHS in the boy's 100 yd freestyle
CONGRATULATIONS to both athletes and GOOD LUCK!!!!
CROSS COUNTRY teams qualify for STATE
CONGRATULATIONS and GOOD LUCK!!!
Boys Cross Country Team
Isaiah Amador, Grady Beach, Vicente Leyvas, Isaac Nelson, Nicholas Logsdon, Landyn Ward, Owen Adams
Girls Cross Country Team
Makayla Englehardt, Anjelica Stewart, Arleth Mejia Garcia, Maggie Blamires, Davina Carrizosa, Hadli Hancock, Katy Adams
To Be Continued
The counseling department has be busy this week, with Mrs. Petersen spending time with the Sophomores and discussing strengths and weaknesses, how to work through struggles, what we can learn about ourselves and others, and how to make a positive impact on our school and community. We also had great discussions about future choices like EVIT, the First Step Program, and the beginnings of searching for a college. Mrs. Lohr was able to accompany several students to the CAC Palooza and they had a great time exploring different career options and possibilities, and Mr. O got the opportunity to take the HOSA students to their conference. The students at CHS are AWESOME and we love working with them!
November 7, During conference, Hoof Beats for Hearts will be discussing volunteer opportunities
November 8, EVIT Assembly for Sophomores
November 15, Signs of Suicide Parent University @ CMS
November 27-29 Signs of Suicide presentation on campus
November 27, Suicide presentation at Queen Creek High School (flyer sent home in Jupiter)
November 30, ASU Field Trip for Seniors
WEDNESDAY - 11/7 CHS Club Pictures (7:30-10:30 AM)
THURSDAY - 11/8 EVIT Assembly, Sophomores and interested Juniors (8:45-9:45 AM)
FRIDAY - 11/9 DRAMA IMPROV SHOW (2:20-4:15 PM, CHS rm# 508)
LOOKING FORWARD . . . .
SWIM @ STATE
Friday, Nov. 2nd, 8am
845 South Crismon Road
Aaron Larkin: boys 100 yd freesyle