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March 28, 2017
LEO MARTINEZ NAMED EAST VALLEY YOUTH OF THE YEAR
Leo Martinez was awarded a $20,000 scholarship from the Boys & Girls Clubs for being East Valley’s Youth of the Year. Leo was recognized for his leadership, service, academic excellence, and dedication to living a healthy lifestyle. Leo will compete for the state title in April, and if he wins, he will go on to regionals and then nationals. View the Youth of the Year flyer for more info on Leo and his award. Congratulations and good luck, Leo!
2017 COCA-COLA SCHOLAR
Heba Shiban, Chandler High School Senior, was awarded the prestigious 2017 Coca Cola Scholarship. Out of 87,000 applicants, only 150 students were chosen nationally to be given a $20,000 scholarship to a college of their choice and an all-expense paid trip to the Coca Cola Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. This scholarship is awarded to graduating seniors who have exhibited outstanding leadership and service qualities in their schools and communities. Congrats, Heba!
INTO THE WOODS
The CHS Theatre Department’s Into the Woods was a great hit! Mark Munoz, Timara Crichlow, Ashby Gentry, Hailey Palmer, Casey Likes, Chloe Martin, Amory Campbell, and the rest of the cast did an amazing job with Stephen Sondheim’s intricate score, and the set and costume designs were top notch. Thanks to Ms. Stephanie Likes, Theatre Director, and all of the students and parents involved in this very professional production. Special thanks to Andru Moeller, CHS Junior, for Music Direction. Well done, Wolves!
IB MYP PERSONAL PROJECT SHOWCASE
On Tuesday, March 7th, sixty-five 10th grade IB students showcased their IB MYP Personal Projects in the CCA. Students were available to answer questions about their projects and were recognized for completing the IB Middle Years Program.
MATH TEAMS COMPETITON
CHS mathletes competed in the ASU Poly TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science) contest on March 8th. Based on multiple choice test scores, CHS’s Team C is currently in third place. Building the robotic arm and the 1000 word essay are yet to be scored. State rankings will come out in April. Kudos to the following students and their sponsor, Miss Katie Rennell, for representing CHS so well!
Team A: Ryan Sauer, Giuse Nguyen, Nicholas Johnson, Gabrielle Enns, Karla Arroyo Chavez, Jill Kapchan, Brian Covey, Riley Glascoe
Team B: Riley Cunningham, Max Yarter, Timara Crichlow, Emelia Dolson, Ashleigh Wissing, Patrick Gelvin, Bennett Chipman
Team C: Samson Phan, Kyle Stevens, Erin Mulhern-Guillier, Damien Smith, Jihan Fajut, Dhani Bartolome
- Baseball def. Millennium (V 7-6, JV 9-6) and Mesa (JV 10-0, F 15-2)
- Softball def. Millennium (JV 21-2, F 17-1), Mountain Pointe (JV 10-5, F 13-6), and Mountain View (V 5-1, JV 22-9, F 8-4)
- Boys Volleyball def. Red Mountain (V 3-0, JV 2-0), Highland (V 3-2, JVB T 1-1), and Corona (V 3-0, JV 2-0, JVB 2-0)
- CHS had numerous winners at the Unified Track Meet (pics below) before Spring Break
THIS WEEK’S home EVENTS
- Tues, March 28th: Girls Tennis vs Shadow Ridge @ 3:30 pm; Baseball vs Gilbert, Frosh/JV @ 3:45 pm; Softball vs Gilbert, Varsity @ 4 pm; Boys Volleyball vs Mountain Pointe, JV @ 4:30 pm Varsity @ 5:30 pm
- Wed, March 29th: AzMERIT ELA Writing; Boys Volleyball vs Higley- JVB @ 3:30 pm, JV @ 4:30 pm Varsity @ 5:30 pm; Girls Tennis vs Desert Ridge @ 3:30 pm
- Thurs, March 30th: AzMERIT ELA Reading; Boys Tennis vs Red Mountain @ 3:30 pm; Softball vs Paradise Valley- JV @ 4 pm
- Fri, March 31st: Baseball vs Tucson- Frosh/JV @ 4 pm; Softball vs Tucson- Varsity @ 4 pm
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL/1ST GRADE BUDDIES
On Wednesday, March 8th, the CHS Varsity Baseball and Softball Teams visited CTA Humphrey to work with their 1st grade reading buddies.
SENIOR CAPS AND GOWNS
Seniors, if you have not already purchased your Cap and Gown for graduation, orders must be placed with Jostens before April 1st. You can place your order by going to Jostens.com or by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. Also, you can also find this information and other graduation information on the CHS Web site under the Information Tab for Seniors or at the following link: Cap and Gown Information for Seniors.
TEACHER OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS DUE THIS WEDNESDAY
It is time to formally recognize great teachers by nominating them for the 2017 CHS Teacher of the Year (TOY) Award!
If you would like to recognize a staff member who does not meet all of the attached criteria, please do so. Although he/she will not be in the running for AEF Teacher of the Year, CHS wants to acknowledge him/her.
Click here to access nomination form: TOY nomination form.
Thanks for helping us recognize all of Chandler High’s terrific teachers! The CHS TOY will be announced in April.
INCOMING FRESHMAN ATHLETIC INFORMATION NIGHT
CHEER, POM, AND MASCOT TRYOUTS FOR CURRENT CHS STUDENTS
Incoming freshmen will try out in the fall. More info coming soon!
SAVE THE DATE- METACENTRIC
Thursday, April 13th 2017 at 6:30pm
250 North Arizona Avenue
MODAZZ DANCE COMPANY AUDITIONS
Help Chandler High School win $300 to $3,000!
Shop, dine or watch a movie at Chandler Fashion Center and the Boulevard Shops
May 1, 2016 - March 31, 2017 - It’s Easy to support our school when you log receipts at the Chandler Fashion Center Guest Services desk or drop off receipts at school in the receipt collection box. View the latest School Cents flyer for details about the program.
Remember Double Points in January!
This includes any receipts you’ve collected during this school year. Don’t forget to submit those receipts or drop them off at CHS by January 31st so we can submit them for you.
Triple points in February at the following stores
Ben Ridge Jewelers
White House/Black Market
Earn 1,000 points when you purchase a Mall Visa Gift Card
This is available at Guest Services. It can be used anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.
See cardholder agreement for details.