Collegiate Parent Newsletter

Semester 2 | Week 30: March 28 - April 1

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Weekly Schedule

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Attendance Matters!

If your scholar has missed 5 or more days, they will be required to make up seat time, even if absences are excused - per district policy. Please log in to Skyward and check your scholar's attendance.


We need your help! Attendance and Academic intervention meetings are in progress. Please look for your email and phone call within the next week and provide your input for how to support your scholar.


Thanks in advance.

Extended Day

Afterschool Extended Day has run its course, and we will no longer have bus services beyond the traditional schedule. Any scholars asking for tutorials after school will need prior approval and communication with the teacher except those scheduled for Attendance School.

What Are We Wearing!

Monday-Thursday

Uniform & ID Badge


Friday

College Tee or Spirit Shirt and Jeans or

Uniform & ID around the neck

Academy Information

Interventions & Study Hall

We have adjusted our P3 schedules to prepare scholars for end-of-year exams. For the next seven weeks, P3 will have rotations. Some scholars will be in a different P3, with a different teacher to accommodate the class sizes and interventions. Encourage your scholar to complete their assignments, work on IXL and Achieve 3000 during their study hall time.


Specific scholars will be in rotations for both days during P3.

High School Information

TSIA Retake (9th & 10th Graders)

This section is for scholars that were not successful on their TSIA test. This email has been shared with the specific parents and scholars.


You will be taking one or more TSI tests this week. The TSI Assessment (TSIA) is part of the Texas Success Initiative enacted by the Texas State Legislature and designed to determine a student’s readiness for college-level coursework in the general areas of reading, writing, and mathematics.


Please log in to your Accuplacer account and continue completing the lessons to help your prepare to do your best. You may also continue using your workbooks for additional practice. Both tests will be administered on our campus; please report to school by 8:00. Testing room locations will be posted on the campus.


Math - Wednesday, March 30th

Reading - Friday, April 1st


  • Here’s how you can help:

    • Review your scholar’s TSI scores How to Access TSIA Scores
    • Ensure your scholar engages in independent practice for every subject required. How to Access TSIA Study Materials
    • Scholars should access the lessons at home and during study hall on campus.
    • Be sure your scholar log in to practice test prep

Interventions & Study Hall (9th & 10th Graders)

Scholars had a change to their P3 schedule those past Friday. We began in-school tutorials specifically to end-of-year exams. Scholars are in rotations for content support or study hall. Encourage your scholar to complete their assignments, work on IXL and Achieve 3000 during their study hall time.
Check Out Our Scholar Tips Book!

This book of tips is written for scholars by scholars.

Science Camp

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Counseling Page

Visit the CHISD Virtual Counseling page. You will find meaningful activities and resources for all grade levels that align with our counseling program, as well as information on COVID-19, Social Justice, and Resources for parents and staff. You can even take a trip through our Virtual Relaxation Room.

CONCERNS?

Parties wishing to contact an administator regarding a specific teacher or student are encouraged to resolve the matter by following the steps below:


Step One: Contact the teacher and have a meeting/phone conference

Step Two: Contact the Grade level principal (6-8, Dr. Johnson, Grades 9-12 Mrs. Dunn) (discipline concerns) or Counselor (schedule/grades/mental health/academic advisement)

Step Three: Contact the Principal (if a school-wide concern, this becomes step one)

Campus Norms

  • Reminder: No outside food. Scholars may bring lunch but no orders will be placed or sent to the campus. Any outside food will be given to scholars at the close of the business day.
  • ID's and following dress code is required.

Coming Soon

April

5 - English I EOC

7 - English II EOC

8-11 IXL (6-10) EOY

12-13 Achieve EOY

14 - Staff Development (No School)

15 - Holiday (No School)

18 - Bad Weather Make-Up Day (We are in School!)

19-22 NWEA EOY


May

2-13 AP Exams

10 - Algebra I EOC

11 - Biology EOC

12 - US History and Gr 8 Sci

13 - Grade 8 Soc Studies

17 - STAAR 6-8 Math

17 - TSIA ELAR (9-10)

18 - STAAR 6-8 RLA

18 - TSIA Math (10)

19 - TSIA ELAR (8)

19 - 10th Grade Tour CVC

19 - 10th Grade Ring Day Ceremony

20-25 DCCA #6 (Finals)

26 - Bad Weather Make-Up Day (We are in School!)


Graduation

31 - Class of 2022 Graduation 5p @ Mansfield ISD Center for Performing Arts

QUICK LINKS

Collegiate Volunteer Hours Link

Be sure to use this form (scholars too) to log your volunteer hours

Collegiate High School 4 Year Plan

Your request has been answered! What courses should your scholar take and when?