Chandler High Wolf Bytes

School of Champions

May 6, 2019

TRACK AND FIELD WINS STATE TITLES

Congratulations to the CHS Girls and Boys Track Teams for winning the 2019 Division I State Track and Field Championships! This is the fourth championship in a row and 13th out of the last 14 years for the girls. The boys are eight-time State Champions, and have won State three out of the last four years. Kudos to all of the athletes who won their races and events, including QuaRon Adams for running the 9th fastest U.S. all-time 100 meters for a freshman at 10.49 seconds; his time is top-five all-time in Arizona as well.

Track State Titles

TEACHER APPRECIATION AND NATIONAL NURSE’S WEEK

It’s Teacher Appreciation Week and National Nurse’s Week! Thanks to CHS’s teachers and our nursing staff for making a difference in so many students’ lives! Students are encouraged to visit the StuCo table during both lunches this week and write a special note to their teachers and Mrs. Stevenson, CHS School Nurse, and Mrs. Martinez, Nurse Assistant.

Teacher Appreciation Week

PERFECT ACT SCORE

Congratulations to Kenneth Applegate, CHS Junior, for scoring a perfect 36 on the ACT! To put Kenny’s achievement in perspective, of the more than 2 million students who took the exam nationally last year, only 2,760 achieved the perfect score. Kenny has a 4.67 GPA, maintains straight A’s in all of his classes (including four AP), and plays in the CHS Chamber Orchestra. Excellent work, Kenny!

Kenneth Applegate

REGION CHAMPIONS

Congratulations to Chandler Boys Volleyball and Coach Bobby Robson, 2019 Premier Region Champions! The Wolves continue their quest for a state championship in the quarterfinals against Mesa High this Tuesday at 6:30pm in Payne Gym. Ticket Information: Adults $10, Students $5, Military $5, Seniors 62 yrs or older $5, AIA passes only passes accepted. We’ll see you there! Go Wolves!

CHS Boys Volleyball

IB SENIOR RECOGNITION BANQUET

The IB Boosters held a banquet last week to celebrate the accomplishments of the IB Diploma and Career Program candidates. This is the largest IB graduating class at CHS with 48 Diploma candidates and 18 Career Program candidates. The theme of the banquet was “The World Awaits” with a message to the students and parents to be proud of what they’ve accomplished and to keep striving to make a difference in the world. Thank you to all of the student and parent volunteers who made the night memorable.

IB Banquet
IB Banquet

PROM HIGHLIGHTS

Poseidon’s Paradise was a beautiful and fun way for seniors and juniors to celebrate the end of the year. Congratulations to Isabella Adkins and Fernando Zavala for being crowned Prom Queen and King, and to Kami Anson and Luke Bass, Junior Princess and Prince. Thanks to Mr. Gray, Mrs. Kemp, and the StuCo Junior Class for planning a prom our students won’t forget!

CHS Prom

last week's WINS

  • Boys Volleyball vs Brophy W 3-0

  • Boys Volleyball vs Liberty W 3-0

Boys Volleyball

THIS WEEK’S HOME EVENTS

  • Tues, May 7th: Underclassman Awards Night @ 6:00pm in the CCA Main (students informed by invitation); FFA Banquet @ 6:30 in the CHS Cafeteria; Boys Volleyball vs Mesa HS 6:30 pm Quarter Final Playoff game; Beg/Int Dance A Performance @ 7:00pm in the CCA Bogle
  • Wed, May 8th: Unified Basketball vs Perry @ 6:00pm; CHS Senior Scholarship Night @ 6:00pm (Students RSVP’d through Career Center)
  • Thurs, May 9th: Beg/Int Dance B Performance @ 7:00pm in the CCA Bogle

Sports Physicals

Sports Physicals Flyer

AF JROTC VISITS DAVIS MONTHAN AFB

CHS’s AF JROTC traveled to Tucson last week to visit Davis Monthan Air Force Base. Students got hands-on experience and demonstrations/briefings from different career fields in the Air Force.

IMPACT ASSEMBLY

This year’s IMPACT Assembly was a tremendous success and included guest speaker Mrs. Cari Fonseca who is the CEO/Found of The Next Step Foundation Team Brandon. They are a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the life-altering effects of impaired driving.


Mrs. Fonseca took full-time care of her son, Brandon, who at 21, suffered from a severe traumatic brain injury, for almost 18 years, the result of a choice he made in 2001 when he chose to drive drunk. Mrs. Fonseca urged seniors to VOW TO DRIVE SOBER and safely enjoy this prom and graduation season, so that they and their friends and family do not have to experience the devastating consequences her family has had to endure.

Team Brandon Logo

APAC “BOOKENDS”

CHS's Company Theatre toured CUSD elementary schools Monday and Tuesday of last week. They performed a 30-minute show "acting out" their favorite stories from 4th-6th grades. This outreach performance program serves to promote a love for reading to all students they perform for.

APAC SENIOR RECITALS

APAC Senior Recital Flyer

DUAL ENROLLMENT

AP INFO

If you are taking an Advanced Placement (AP) test this month, please view the AP schedule for valuable information on dates/times of tests, as well as important info on what to bring, what NOT to bring, and attendance, arrival, and dismissal. If you are taking an afternoon AP test, the cafeteria will be open at 10:50 for lunch. Good luck to all AP testers!

HYGIENE DONATIONS

Help us support a student’s Eagle Scout Service Project by donating to the hygiene donation box located in the front office. The items needed are travel size toothbrush and toothpaste, travel size shampoo and conditioner, body soap, wet wipes, and socks. The donations are for Addiction Haven, which does outreach for the homeless population. Please have any donations in by May 17, 2019. Thanks!

CHS Boys Summer Basketball

Any boys basketball players interested in playing this summer need to stop by Coach Darr's room, room 211, this week to pick up the summer basketball information packet. This packet outlines everything you need to know for this summer.

CHS ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP

Attention all CHS Seniors: The CHS Alumni Association will be awarding one graduating senior with a $1000 scholarship. Please submit a one-minute video entry answering the following question: What does it mean to you to be a Chandler Wolf? The more creative the video the better! All submissions must be emailed to chswolvesalumni@gmail.com by May 17th and we will announce the winner by May 22nd. Good luck!

2019 WOLF DAYS- SAVE THE DATE

Save the date! 2019-2010 Wolves are invited to pick up their schedules, pay fees, purchase spirit wear, and more!

Wolf Days Schedule

FCCLA FUNDRAISER

FCCLA Flyer

SUMMER SCHOOL

IMPACT CHANDLER SCHOLARS SCHOLARSHIP

CURRENT SOPHOMORES – Class of 2021


If you want to continue to be eligible for the IMPACT Chandler Scholars program scholarship ($1000), you must submit at least 35 of your 100 volunteer hours BEFORE the first day of school of your junior year. For information on what volunteer hours are acceptable, ideas for places to volunteer, the form you will need to complete, and what the requirements are for the scholarship, please visit the Chandler Education Foundation website.


To submit your community service hours, you will need to complete the form found on the website and email your completed and signed form to chandleredfoundation@cusd80.com


Current freshmen will upload their hours using Infinite Campus. Please visit the Chandler Education Foundation website for additional information.


Current juniors will need to ensure that they have all 100 hours submitted by April 1, 2020. Please don’t wait to get them in!


See Ms. Anderson in the College and Career Center or your counselor for assistance.

Impact Logo

ATTN: SENIOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS

The big day is coming on May 29th….Your senior will be graduating very soon!

There are several important dates for you to remember as follows:


1) JOSTENS – Caps & Gowns and Announcements: Jostens is our provider for caps and gowns, graduation announcements, senior rings and more. If you have not ordered, please do so at www.jostens.com or call 1-800-JOSTENS. The final online cutoff date is April 12, 2019. It is a requirement for your senior to wear a cap and gown unit to participate in the graduation ceremony.

Please mark your calendar for these key dates:

  • April 5, 2019 - Jostens will be delivering Pre-Ordered Graduation Announcements & Accessories and also will be accepting Cap and Gown orders in the Courtyard during A & B lunch.
  • April 12, 2019 - Final online Cap & Gown order deadline
  • May 28, 2019 - Cap and gown delivery after 1st Practice in the Old Gym

Questions? Call Jostens at 1-800-JOSTENS.


2) Handicapped & Multi-Generational Seating – Reservations May 1st – May 15th

Starting May 1st we will be accepting reservations for handicapped and multi-generational seating for the graduation until May 15th. Seating is VERY limited so please make your reservations as soon as possible as it fills up quickly and may be full before May 15th. Also, to obtain access to the field for handicapped seating, you must have a field pass. Please contact Mrs. Baum for handicapped seating and Mrs. Claudio for multi-generational seating at 480-812-7700.


3) Handicapped Parking

Handicapped parking is VERY limited so be sure to arrive early. You must have a placard displayed to receive access to the handicapped parking. If you are unable to park in handicapped parking, we will have a shuttle service available.


4) Graduation Information Booklet

Just before Spring Break, a Graduation Information Booklet was mailed home. It includes all the important information you need to know about graduation, mandatory graduation practices, senior check out requirements and the commencement exercises. This booklet is also posted on the Chandler High School website.


For more information about graduation be sure to visit the CHS website.

PATHWAY TO GRADUATION