CHS Newsletter for April
Students & Staffulty of the Month
Students & Staffulty of the Month (April)
Congratualtions to the following students and staffulty who were randomly selected from all the student and staffulty nominations during the month of March. Thank you for all you do to make CHS the Best! #LikeAnEagle
ACADEMICS: Erin Adams
ACTIVITIES: Johnathen Thomas
ACTS OF SERVICE: Lauren Watson
ARTS: Anna Turner
ATHLETICS: Britt Ipsen
ATTENDANCE: Brian-Paul Brooks
ATTITUDE: Jonathan Ball
EAGLE PRIDE: Braedon Silvers
STAFFULTY: Deb Watterson
April Testing and Senior Project Dates
April Testing & Senior Projects:
(April 10-14) Soph ELA ISAT/SBAC & STAR Week (During English classes)
(April 11) Junior SAT Day / Senior Project / Soph Testing & Genius Hour Presentations (We will be on a special bell schedule - Details soon to follow.)
(April 14) Academic Awards Assembly
(April 17-21) Soph Math ISAT/SBAC & STAR Week (During Math classes)
- (April 24-28) Soph Science Biology/Chemistry ISAT (During Biology and Chemistry classes)
Sophomore Genius Hour Presentations
Rotary Club Student of the Month (March)
At Capital High, we are continually impressed by her high level of involvement and service to her community through the time she donates to local food and clothing banks. Also, she is a valued member of the youth supporting the Special Olympics through her dedication to special needs children playing basketball. Through the Summer of Hope program Sara gathered gift cards to help a young refugee family. During her time in high school, Sara has been a competitive athlete in three sports while taking on rigorous classes. It is in both school and extra-curricular activities that Sara impresses us with her gift to lead other students, solve problems and serve to other in need.
Parents please be aware of the two phone lines for the attendance office.
854-4493-This is the phone line to leave student absences ONLY.
854-4494-This is the PTL line for students who need permits to leave ONLY, as these are time sensitive they are retrieved as soon as the message is left on the voice mail to deliver to your student as soon as possible.
Please help our student assistants that deliver these PTL’S by giving them plenty of time to get these permits to your students. One hour’s notice is much appreciated!
Remember: Parent phone calls cannot excuse a tardy, only medical notes or an official appointment notice will excuse a tardy.
Senior Night Party Information
Cafe Zupa, April 29 -- 25% of sales that night goes to party.
Ticket Sales. . .
Volunteers still needed especially for 1:30 -4:30 shift.
Donations/raffle items needed.
No School Memorial Day
Early Release *7-12
Career Center Information
College Visits at Capital:
April 3: University of Great Falls…9:40 (Break) in the Career Center
April 3: University of Arizona…9:40 (Break) in the Career Center
April 3: Butte College…11:40 (Lunch) in the Career Center
April 4: Eastern Washington University…9:40 (Break) in the Career Center
April 12: Perry Technical Institute…11:55 (Lunch) in the Foyer
April 13: Boise State University…11:40 (Lunch) in the Career Center
April 19: University of Idaho…11:55 (Lunch) in the Career Center
Idaho School Day SAT…April 11
On Thursday, April 11, all juniors at Capital will be taking the official SAT during the school day. This is a free test (paid for by the State).
Juniors are to arrive at Capital regular time and be in their assigned class by 7:45 a.m. Testing will be completed at approximately 1:30 and juniors will then be able to go home for the day.
Juniors should bring with them the following items:
*Two #2 pencils (not mechanical)
*A calculator they use in math class with fresh batteries
*Picture ID (school or driver’s license)
*Quick, simple snack to eat during the breaks
No electronics of any kind will be allowed in the testing rooms. If electronics are found and/or used by the students during testing (including during breaks) students may be removed from the testing and have their SAT scored invalidated.
SENIORS: Scholarship Award Letters
Please make sure you are sending Mrs. Cupps your scholarship award letters. Either make a copy and bring it to the Career Center, scan and email or fax a copy to me. We want ALL you awards, whether you decide to accept them or not. These awards will go into the graduation program! The deadline to turn in Scholarship Award Letters will be May 1.
Seniors, make sure you are updating your “Colleges I’m Applying To” in Naviance. Add colleges that you have applied to, delete ones you choose not to apply to, and enter the decision (accepted/denied) if you have had a decision. This information helps us keep track of where students apply and who gets admitted where; it then helps future students in their decision making in regards to applying to schools. If you have any questions about this please see Mrs. Cupps.
JUNIOR COLLEGE INFORMATION NIGHT FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS:
Mrs. Cupps will be offering a second Junior College Information Night on Tuesday, April 18 at 7 p.m. in the CHS Auditorium.
Topics include: ACT/SAT, College Selection and Application Process, Financial Aid & Scholarships, and an introduction to Naviance.
While this presentation is geared toward Juniors, Sophomores and their parents are welcome to attend!
ASVAB Test: April 5 @ 12:35
ASVAB is the military entrance exam. Any student interested in enlisting in the military is encouraged to take this exam. Please sign up in the Career Center.
For more information….http://www.asvabprogram.com/
Senior Concerto Orchestra Concert - Monday, April 17, 7:00 pm in CHS Auditorium
Choir Pre-Festival Concert
Featuring: A Cappella Choir, Capital Classics, Eagle Jazz, and Capital Singers
Tuesday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m. in the Capital Auditorium
($1 donation at the door)
A Night with the Singers (Capital Singers Show)
Friday, April 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the Capital Auditorium
Tickets are $6/Adults, $4/Students and Seniors
District III Large Group Choral Festival
Tuesday, April 25 in the Borah High School Auditorium
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Free to audience members
Jazz Tour (Jazz Band, Capital Classics, Capital Singers)
April 28-30 Reno Jazz Competition
April 3 - Spring All-City Jazz Concert (Jazz Band) at Boise High
April 4 - Choir Pre-Festival Concert (All Choirs) at Capital
April 7 - Gene Harris Jazz Festival (Jazz Band) at Boise State SUB
April 14 - Singers Show at Capital
April 17 - Orchestra Senior Concerto (all Orchestras) at Capital
April 20 - DIII Band Festival (Symphonic Band and Percussion) at Vallivue High
April 25 - Boise Metro Choir Festival (all Choirs) at Borah High
April 28-29 Jazz Band and Singers are going to the Reno Jazz Festival
Connor Lynch and Grace McGrorty 3rd place in Public Forum Debate
Daniel Liu Octa-finalist in Lincoln Douglas Debate (out of 64 competitors)
Brandon Hemphill and Katie Lotz Octa-finalist in Policy Debate
So very proud of these kids...they represented Capital very well!
Please congratulate the following students who, on Saturday, qualified for the State Speech tournament:
Daniel Liu--District Champion in Informative Speaking and also qualified in Impromptu Speaking
Carson Lloyd--Panel Discussion
Natalie Talcott--Radio Speaking and Salesmanship
rachel Edmondson--Retold Story
Adrianna Ramos--Retold Story
Robert Bratley--Extemporaneous Speaking
I'm so proud of these kids, and the others that competed well but just didn't quite make it. Please congratulate them all for a great season.
I'm excited by their successes this year, and I'm looking forward to even more next year. Thank you for your support of the speech and debate team, and as always #speaklikeaneagle
DECA Rummage Sale
DECA Rummage Sale - April 8th, 8 am - 2 pm
State DECA 2017 results
Congratulations to the following DECA members for their STATE DECA competition results:
Entrepreneurship Promotion Project
Taryn Anderson, Kennedi Paul, Yesenya Boyer 2nd Place
Kelsey Haskell and Emily LaChapelle 3rd Place
Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making:
Ben Dudley and Seth Egbert lst Place
Business Services Marketing:
Hanah Hazel lst Place
Hanah also received an Art Institute scholarship $1,500.00
Business Services Operations Research
Brittany Ralston, Lucy Jacobsen, Sarah Williams 6th Place
Hotel and Lodging Management
Drew Korf lst Place
Drew received a $1,500.00
Human Resources Management
Emma Morin lst Place
Emma received a tuition scholarship from Art Institutes
Buying and Merchandising Operations Research:
Sidney Angstman and Halle Hocklander lst Place
Jenna Funk and Dominique Castell 2nd Place
Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making
Sidney Angstman and Halle Hocklander 6th Place
Community Service Project:
Madi Link, Payton Orem 5th Place
Natalie Marsden, Makayln Ashbaker, Sydney Williams 6th Place
Creative Marketing Report:
Shelby Ribordy and Kerene Eustace lst Place
Elly Johnson, Beverly Slater, Jakel King 2nd Place
Learn and Earn Chapter Campaign:
Cloe Muir, Regan Perotto, Jordynn Tomoaro 3rd Place
Public Relations Campaign:
Tegan Maestretti, Emily Corbett, McKell Walden lst Place
Raquel Alaniz and Hanah Hazel 2nd Place
Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research
Alec Weber 2nd Place
Jenn Pages and Hannah Barrett 4th Place
Hospitality Services Team Decision Making
Emily Corbett and Alec Weber lst Place
Shelby Ribordy and Kerene Eustace 4th Place
Taryn Anderson and Kennedi Paul 6th Place
Independent Business Plan:
Lindsey Spero lst Place
Lindsey received a tuition scholarship from Art Institutes
Lindsey also received a $10,000.00 backing if she decided
To pursue her business plan. :)
Ben Dudley and Jake Lindsey 3rd Place
Automotive Services Marketing
Zack Lamkey lst Place
Kalani Lima and Olivia Taylor 2nd Place
Both received a $750.00 scholarship to Johnson and
Franchising Business Plan
Seth Egbert and Grayson Sterling lst Place
Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan:
Cassidy Garner and Alexa Paflias 2nd Place
Courtney Garner and Taylor Nielson 4th Place
Financial Literacy Promotion Project:
Yanira Saldana and Peyton Simis 2nd Place
Professional Sales Event
Zack Lamkey 2nd Place
Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan
Ryan Foss and Spencer Holmes 6th Place
Start Up Business Plan
Drew Korf 2nd Place
Community Service Campaign
Global Entrepreneurship Week Campaign
School Based Enterprise Re-certified Gold status
"Reality Party" Information
Capital Boy's Basketball Summer Camp Information
The Capital Boy's Basketball Summer Camp dates (for grades 3-8) have been set. The camp will be held on June 12th-14th, 2017. It is the only "All Day" camp "8:00 am - 4:00 pm) Please mark your calendars and more information will be available next month. Contact Scott Moore with any questions. Go Eagles!
Golden Eagle Booster Club
The Golden Eagle Booster Club is enrolled in Fred Meyer's Community Rewards Program. Family and friends of Capital High School can support our fundraising efforts by linking their Fred Meyer Rewards Card to the booster club’s account (NPO # 90095) at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. The booster club will receive a donation when you shop using your Rewards Card, and you will still earn your rewards points, fuel points, and rebates. Fred Meyer refreshed all community rewards accounts last summer, and our supporters will need to re-enroll to link their card with our account. We currently have only five households that have re-linked to our account.
The next meeting of the Golden Eagle Booster Club will be held on Monday, April 24, at 7:00 p.m., in the school cafeteria. We will review our 2016-2017 year and start planning our activities for next year. We gave over $8,000 in grants, scholarships, and spirit wear to our school and students this year. If you are interested in being involved with the booster club or want to find out more about it, please attend the meeting or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.