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Vol. 4, Week 31 - Student & Parent Edition

Week at a Glance: Week of 4/5 - 4/9


Monday - April 5th

9th Grade FSA ELA Writing - MSOL

4th Period CC

Lunches - Navy Recruiter in Courtyard

2:15 - Extended School Day

5:00 - Girls Lacrosse vs. SLHS

6:00 - JV Baseball vs. PHS

7:00 - Boys Lacrosse vs. SLHS

Tuesday - April 6th

10th Grade FSA ELA Writing - MSOL

5th Period CC

LUNCHES - Army Recruiter in Courtyard

2:15 - Extended School Day

2:30 - NHS Tutoring, Media

3:30 - Girls Tennis @ LOLHS

3:30 - Boys Tennis vs. LOLHS

6:30 - Softball @ HHS

7:00 - V. Baseball @ WCHS

Wednesday - April 7th


3:30 - Boys Weightlifting @ Regionals

6:00 - JV Baseball vs. WCHS

6:00 - Boys Lacrosse @ PHS

7:00 - Girls Lacrosse vs. Robinson HS

Thursday - April 8th

Grade 9 Traditional FSA Writes

6th Period CC

7:30 - Calendar Meeting

12:15 - SIT Team Meeting

2:15 - Class of 2021 Officer Meeting

2:30 - Play Rehearsals, 4-201

6:30 - Softball vs. Berkley Prep

7:00 - V. Baseball @ Crystal River

Friday - April 9th

Grade 10 Traditional FSA Writes

1st Period CC

5:30 - Boys Lacrosse vs. WRHS

7:00 - V. Baseball vs. ERHS

7:30 - Girls Lacrosse vs. WRHS

Saturday - April 10th

All Day - Special Olympics


Virtual Bulletin Board for College, Career & Military Acceptance

CLICK HERE to keep up with our list of students who are College, Career & Military Bound! Congratulations, Coyotes!


Please remember that Wednesday is an Early Release Day. Students will leave campus at 12:09 to head home! This is the last ERD of the school year.



Superintendent Browning sent an email this week regarding an update on the school district’s status regarding COVID-19 and our plans for the future. He also included a link to a video update from Superintendent Browning. Based on recent trends and initial guidance from the state, we will not offer the mySchool Online option next school year. We expect the vast majority of our students to be back in the classroom for in-person learning, and for our employees to return to the classroom or office. Please check your email for full details and for FAQ.

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Senior Yard Signs Available for Purchase

Are you interested in celebrating your Senior with a yard sign? Yard signs can be purchased for $10 through THIS ONLINE LINK. This sale will run for ONLY 3 WEEKS so that signs can be made and delivered in time to get them out to our Seniors. Signs will be delivered to school and will be given to Seniors to take home upon delivery.

APRIL 19TH - POWDER PUFF, 6pm @ The Coyote Stadium

This event will include 9th through 12th grade female football teams and male cheerleading teams. Please see Mrs. Adley, Mrs. Pelliccia, Ms. Padula or Ms. Day to sign up to play or be a cheerleader!

We will sell tickets to this event, concessions will be open & Kona Ice will be available for purchase! Current rules dictate 50% capacity in our stadium, which is 1,250 tickets available. (This event is open to CCHS students and any number of guests up to our total capacity of 1,250).


Assessment Updates

FSA Writes (9th and 10th)

April 5 – 9th MSOL Students & Select Traditional (On-Campus) Students

April 6 – 10th MSOL Students & Select Traditional (On-Campus) Students

April 7 – No Testing due to Early Release Schedule

April 8 – 9th Traditional (On-Campus) Students

April 9 – 10th Traditional (On-Campus) Students

MSOL Students to report to the Gym between 7:15 and 7:30 for check-in and testing location information. Traditional students report automatically to their testing location. All exams begin promptly at 8:00 am. Select traditional students that require additional testing time will be notified the week of March 29.

MSOL & Traditional Students should routinely check the Exam & Resources webpage and their student email account for important information, tips, and updates.

There is no option for remote testing for state assessments such as FSA’s and EOC’s. It is the expectation that all students report for testing due to graduation impact.

All students must sit for entire 120 minutes.

Exam will end approximately 10:00 AM and MSOL students will be dismissed for pick-up to the Gym following end of testing. Students are encouraged to bring waters and masks are required to enter campus.

For more information, please visit


Interested in Volunteering or Donating for any of our End of Year Activities?

If you are interested in volunteering at events where volunteers will be needed, please complete the Pasco County Volunteer Application to become an approved volunteer. Then email Rusty Copeland, our AP who oversees our volunteer program to express interest.

Interested in making a donation to our Senior Class or to our school to help defray the cost of these events? Anyone can CLICK HERE to immediately donate via Rycor. Email our Bookkeeper, Lorraine McKinney, if you have any issues with your donation, or if you would like a letter for your taxes.

The following items could really help us in making these events special for our students:

  • Monetary Donations.
  • Donations of Gatorade, Powerade and Water for our Senior Olympics Field Day.
  • Donations or a Sponsorship for the boxed lunches for the Senior Picnic.
  • Volunteers to help us run and manage the Senior Olympics Field Day experience for our Seniors.
  • Donations of potted plants/flowers for our graduation ceremony (we would love to "borrow" plants/flowers from a local nursery to return after the ceremony). We would be willing to hang a free banner in our stadium for the 21-22 SY for any company willing to donate.

The Covid-19 QUICK LINKS!

  2. Click here for The COVID-19 Response Guide

If a staff member or student receives a positive COVID-19 test result during the weekend, please submit a copy of the positive results to The COVID Response Team will review the information and determine if contact tracing needs to occur. If so, a team member will work with school administration.

Visitor Screener Questions:

Visitors to campus are permitted by appointment only. Please call 813-346-4400. All Visitors with an Appointment Must:

  • Complete the Visitor Self-Screener - CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK!
  • Come to the Front Office and ring doorbell.
  • Remain in designation location as directed (ex. front office, on bench outside front office)

Covid-19 Daily Report for all schools in our District, AND the archived report.

  1. Go to the Pasco Schools Website
  2. Look over to your right at the top of the site under "Latest News" and click COVID-19 Daily Report and look on the right hand side and you will see the total number of employee and student cases for the day.
  3. If you want to see the archived report, which is a report of every instance of reported Covid-19, you would click the green button underneath that daily report that says View All Cases.
  4. If you view all cases and count each case instance that has been reported at a school, that will give you the total number of cases reported at that school site.
  5. The column titled "Impacted Students" means the number of students that had to be quarantined due to contact tracing.

Contact Info

Main Line - 346-4400

Melissa Hardy - 346-4400

Hannah Hall, Principal's Secretary - 346-4402

Lorraine McKinney, Bookkeeper - 346-4404

Terri Almeida, Data Entry - 346-4406

Geisa Perez, Registrar - 346-4411

Carol Donald, ESE & School Counselor Secretary - 346-4407

Moneice Griffen, Clinic Assistant - 346-4440

Jen Oyer, School Nurse - 346-4412

Patty Guld, Cafeteria Manager - 346-4487

Fax Number - 346-4491