CB South High School
Updates From CB South
2nd Marking Period Begins
CB South Athletics
Winter Sports Registration is now open: Athletes interested in playing a winter sport at CB South need to register through Family ID. The registration period will close at noon on Friday November 5, 2021. PIAA physicals and/or Parent Recertifications should be uploaded to the student profile.
Late Registration: on Family ID will be open on November 15th and 16th only for any student-athletes who missed the initial registration period.
- Students who played a fall sport only need to turn in the PIAA parent recertification form.
To register follow the link below or visit the CB South athletics website and click the sports registration tab.
Central Bucks South High School Sports Registration-Family ID (cbsathletics.com)
Central Bucks School District is accepting applications for substitute school bus drives. Specifically, we need drivers for afternoon/evening athletic trips for sporting events. Interested candidates can apply through the CBSD employment portal by following the link below.
Central Bucks School District - SUBSTITUTE School Bus Driver (tedk12.com)
The Titans hosted North Penn on Friday for the teams last home game of the regular season. Prior to the game the C.B. South senior cheerleaders and football players were honored for their years of commitment, hard work and dedication.
The Titans started the game off with a 9 play 42-yard drive resulting in a touchdown. North Penn answered on the next procession with a touchdown as the teams entered the second quarter tied 7-7. Both teams battled through tough weather conditions relying heavily on their running game. Despite multiple opportunities the Titans were unable to find the endzone again losing to the Knights 35-7.
CB South finishes the regular season with a record of 6-4 ranked #15 in District One. The team will be on the road this Friday for the first round of the PIAA District One Tournament as they face North Penn again at Crawford stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:00 pm.
This past week the Lady Titans cross-country team competed in The District One Cross Country Championship at Lehigh University. Overall, it was a very successful day for the girls. Freshman Riley Rooney finished an outstanding 12th place in the District, with a blistering time of 19:15. This race increased her lead as the fastest freshman in CB South history and ranked her among the top runners in all of District One. In the last mile of the race, Rooney moved from 28th place to 12th, passing people up until the final inches of the course. This effort earned her an automatic qualification to the PIAA State Championship Meet. Rooney was joined by her captain and Suburban One League individual champion, senior Brianna Jucewicz, who also qualified for the state meet. Jucewicz finished 15th overall in the field of over 350 runners, to earn her second bid to the PIAA Championship. She completed the course in 19:21, one of her best efforts of the season. Jucewicz went out strong and maintained an excellent position throughout the entirety of the race and ran with purpose. Rooney and Jucewicz will finish out the season this Saturday, November 6th, at the PIAA Championships in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Good luck girls!
Attention Boys Tennis Players interested in trying out for the spring tennis team: Open Hitting Practice Thursday 2:45-4:15 at the CB South Tennis Courts.
If you have any questions, contact Coach Houriet at email@example.com.
CB South's National History Day Club
News From CB South's Guidance Department
Lunch and Learn Opportunities
CB South School Counselors are excited to provide our students with various learning experiences during Lunch and Learn.
Throughout the year, students should check the morning announcements and Canvas notifications to find out more about sessions regarding the college application process, standardized testing, military options, resume building, Bucks Early College Program, career exploration, and mental health and wellness programming.
Mental Health and Wellness Resources
Please visit our Mental/Emotional Health Resources page, which includes links to educational websites on topics including anxiety and depression. There are also many book titles listed, which can help teens/parents learn anxiety reduction strategies, mindfulness, and good sleep and nutrition practices.
Financial Aid Workshops
*Families of Seniors are encouraged to attend the Virtual FAFSA Workshop, to be held on Tuesday, November 16th at 6:30. Fran McKeown will also host this event and will guide families through completing the FAFSA and the State Grant application. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED- Click HERE to register. Families should already have an FSA ID created prior to this session.
*Parents of Sophomores & Juniors who are interested in learning about the financial aid process prior to senior year should check out Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) virtual workshops. PHEAA is a state supported organization tasked with educating families about higher education financial aid. They only offer free programs, and it is a trusted resource.
*Previous Financial Aid Workshop recordings and additional financial aid resources can be found on our Guidance Financial Aid Page.
CB South's Student Assistance Program (SAP)
The CB South SAP Team directly aligns with the Pennsylvania Student Assistance Program (SAP), which is a systematic team process used to mobilize school resources to remove barriers to learning. SAP is designed to assist in identifying issues including alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and serious mental health issues which pose a barrier to a student’s success. The primary goal of the Student Assistance Program is to help students overcome these barriers so that they may achieve, advance, and remain in school. The structure and operation of the program in Pennsylvania is a unique expression of an integrated model serving the needs of Pennsylvania families and students. If you have a concern about a student or would like more information, please reach out to Michele McGroggan firstname.lastname@example.org or 267.893.3027.
For more information, visit https://www.smore.com/u5kbf.
Information From CB's Technology and Innovation Department
Currently, the Technology and Innovation Department blocks Microsoft Office 365 logins to Outlook, OneDrive, ClassLink, and Canvas from foreign countries. This aids in protecting our CBSD user accounts and organization from malicious computer attacks from outside of the United States.
Students who travel cannot assume their devices will work once they leave the United States. For student out-of-country access requests, please know that access to technology for vacations will not be approved at this time
November Boomerang Asset
The Boomerang Youth Recognition Award is a district wide program which recognizes and celebrates youth in our community for exemplifying the chosen monthly Developmental Assets for the school year. For more information, please visit- Boomerang Award - CB Cares Educational Foundation (cb-cares.org)
The November Boomerang Asset is Cultural Competence- Young person has knowledge of and comfort with people of different cultural, racial, and ethnic backgrounds. If you know a student who exemplifies this asset, please send your nomination to Dr. Matthew Gale at email@example.com.
Daily Announcements - Stay Informed
Stay informed by visiting CB South's Website for daily announcements. You can also scan the QR Code below to access the announcements. QR Codes for announcements have been displayed in the halls of South.
We hope that everyone will continue to support our athletic teams as we end the fall season. South prides itself on good sportsmanship on the part of players and fans alike. Please keep the following in mind as you cheer for our teams:
The use of profanity and vulgarity is unacceptable at athletic events. Please do not engage in inappropriate or demeaning chants during games. Students who do not comply with this expectation will be ejected from the games and will face disciplinary consequences. Let’s focus on supporting our team, not degrading the opposing school.
Entering/Rushing the athletes’ area of play is prohibited and dangerous to security, teachers, spectators, and the athletes.
Students are not permitted to bring purses, draw string bags, backpacks, food, or beverages to any athletic event in the fall season.
Students are prohibited from trespassing on the property of any school in the Central Bucks School District or on any property in any other school district. Damaging school property or engaging in any other activity that inconveniences the other school’s staff is strictly prohibited and will be considered vandalism, resulting in disciplinary and legal consequences. Please do not jeopardize your good standing by engaging in this type of unacceptable behavior.
All Central Bucks School District and Central Bucks High School South’s polices apply to students at athletic events. Please be advised that coming to an athletic event under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance is not only extremely dangerous, but also violates School Board Policy 227. If a student chooses to attend a CB South athletic event while under the influence, law enforcement will be notified and a 5-day suspension will be imposed.
CB South’s Administration respectfully requests that parents monitor their child’s whereabouts and actions before athletic events at CB South. Please be aware of your child’s plans before the event, how they will safely get to the event, and how they will safely arrive home from the event.
We hope that you continue to show your enthusiasm and school spirit as we end the fall athletic season. The Faculty and Administration at CB South has always considered your ability to support our teams in a positive and respectful manner as one of our key points of pride. Please join your classmates in continuing this proud tradition.