October 19, 2018
Saturday October 20th
7:00pm - 11:00pm
The Hilton Southlake
Tickets are $35 Online or $50 at the Door
NO ADMITTANCE AFTER 9pm
Out of District Guests Must Have CSHS Approval Through Administration. Out of District Guests must have had approval by October 12, 2018. If a form was not completed, signed and returned an Out of District Guest will not be allowed to participate.
REMEMBER each student and guest must present picture identification, either ID or driver’s license before entering the event.
Get your tickets at https://ticketracker.com/store?schoolId=1522
Senior’s Yearbook Recognition Ad
It’s time to purchase your senior’s yearbook recognition ad! These recognition or senior ads are a great way for parents, families and friends to commemorate student achievements and important milestones. In addition, revenues from senior ads help our school to create a better yearbook.
You may purchase and create your ad online at www.jostensadservice.com. There you can choose your ad size and layout, enter your text and upload your photos as well as proof your ad. Jostens is managing all yearbook ad sales online, so please do not send materials to the school. Please take into account our school's ad content guidelines on the bottom of the attached form during the creation of your ad online.
All ad orders must be placed by 11/26/2018. This deadline ensures that yearbooks are completed, printed, bound and shipped to the school so that they can be ready for distribution to students in mid-May. This deadline will not be extended.
Please remember, the cost of the ad listed on the flier does not include the yearbook itself. Please purchase the yearbook along with your advertisement directly from the Jostens web site. (You can do so after creating your senior advertisement by clicking “continue shopping” and “2019 yearbook.” The final checkout page will then include both the yearbook and the advertisement.)
More information on ad creation and pricing can be found in the attached document. Please contact yearbook adviser Natalie Brown at Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Senior High 2018/2019 Yearbook
ORDER AND CUSTOMIZE A YEARBOOK WHILE YOU STILL CAN!
There's something special about a yearbook, especially when the cover is personalized. But time is running out. Make sure to order a CSHS yearbook by November 2 to ensure your student receives their 11-12 grade yearbook in May. You can also personalize your student's with a name, icons or our new crest and monogram options. Yearbooks sell out each year so do not wait! Place your order today at jostensyearbooks.com!
Here is the hyperlink address if you need it: http://click.e.jostens.com/?qs=89a3bff55cad3fbecce413a604103fdef797e3ba016ec44dc52d9d6a9c6c7d1443772d2b2539c3136c673366bf10738b4a0ce34c637a4fcbbb425aca2d55db53To order a Senior High yearbook go to www.jostensyearbooks.com
2018/2019 CHS Yearbook
Now you can order three ways: online at www.balfour.com, select Carroll High School and follow the instructions for ordering. Order by phone at 1-800-944-5930, or download the order form
below, complete the bottom portion, and mail payment to Balfour P.O. Box 150069 Austin, TX 78715-0069. The cost is $65.00 for just a yearbook, but additional packages are available. Delivery is in May, but don’t delay, the last day to order at this price is October 31, 2018.
Order your yearbook by October 31st and pay $65.00.
Order between November 1st and December 31st and pay $70.00.
Order between January 1st and April 8th and pay $75.00.
Personalzation and icons are extra!
CISD Booster for Special Programs
The CISD Booster for Special Programs is a district wide organization that supports Special Programs, such as Dyslexia, Preschool, ESL and Special Education within the Carroll Independent School District for all eleven campuses.
Their mission is to continue to support the Students, Parents, and Faculty involved in special programs by providing additional resources, continuing educational opportunities for faculty and parents, speakers, and support groups for families and to collaborate with the District in continuing to provide excellence to all students in all programs at CISD.
Your membership dues make their mission possible and the CISD Booster for Special Programs needs your help. Please click the link below and become a CISD Booster for Special Programs today!
New Dragon Family Information Breakfast
Is your family new to the Carroll ISD? This is your perfect chance for an exclusive information session with Superintendent Dr. Faltys and other administrators and school board members.
Join us on Monday, Oct 22, 9:30am-11:00am at the Carroll ISD Administration Building at 2400 N. Carroll Ave. Share with all new dragon families! RSVP needed by Friday evening at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0548a9a92fa0f58-newdragon
TEACHER FUND FOR ALL CISD CAMPUSES
The teacher fund initiative, a year-round campaign sponsored by the Carroll Education Foundation, is off to a great start! View this video to learn more about why your teachers need your support at each campus: https://youtu.be/q0oK4aQZwgA
For more information on giving as a family or through your business and company matching, visit www.carrolleducationfoundation.org/donate-now.
Schools Attending CISD College Fair
Save the Date PTO Craft Fair!
PTO General Meeting November 13th
Mark your calendars for the next CHS/CSHS General PTO meeting on Tuesday November 13th at 10am in the CHS Lecture Hall.
The presentation will be "College Readiness" including classes your student should be considering, extra-curricular activities and clubs, what colleges and universities are looking for, and how your counselor can help!
All are welcome so we hope to see you on November 13th!
Carroll Dragon Varsity Football Thursday October 25th at Keller
Thursday October 25th, Carroll vs Keller Central High School- 7:00pm at Keller.
To purchase football tickets for regular season AWAY GAMES the week of the game:
Dragon Stadium Athletic Office,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8am - 4pm and Friday 8am - 12pm.
CSHS and CHS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 11:30am - 1:30pm, cash and checks.
Online you may purchase away game tickets online using this link.
On game night, check the home teams website for times the gate opens.
To purchase football tickets for regular season HOME GAMES the week of the game:
Dragon Stadium Athletic Office, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8am - 4pm and Friday 8am - 12pm.
CSHS and CHS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 11:30am - 1:30pm, cash and checks.
Online general admission sales begin on Sunday at 8:00 a.m. prior to a home game.
General admission, Adults $6 and Students $4, game night all tickets are $8 at the gate. On game night, the Dragon Stadium ticket booths will open at 6:00 pm.
View Your CHS School Pictures
Parents, did you know that you can view your students school pictures online at http://glamourcraft.com? An email from Glamourcraft with a link to view the images was sent to you. Please double check your emails and junk folders, and if you still cannot find it contact Glamourcraft at 817-923-9901 or 1-800-431-5524 for your code to access your students images.
Retake photos will be on October 30th on the stage in the CHS cafeteria. Your child must go at their convenience and Glamourcraft will be there ready to assist all students who want a picture redo.
Student Volunteer Opportunity
There is a student volunteer opportunity on November 3rd at Bicentennial Park for the Tour De Fox Lone Star Ride ( a cycling event) by the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Disease.
The link to the event is https://tourdefox.michaeljfox.org It would be great to have some young energy at the event to cheer on the participants and/or work some of the tables that are set up.
All volunteers would be able to get service hours.
E-cigarette Tip Sheet for Parents
Keep the conversation going and for more information and tips go to https://e-cigarettes.surgeongeneral.gov/documents/SGR_ECig_ParentTipSheet_508.pdf
Change in Vaping Discipline Process
Students in possession of any vape component or caught vaping will be now be referred to the campus SRO for prosecution in addition to school discipline.
Vaping and its components are a violation of the Minor in Possession of Tobacco Statute, Texas Health and Safety Code - - HEALTH & SAFETY § 161.252. Possession, Purchase, Consumption, or Receipt of Cigarettes, E-Cigarettes, or Tobacco Products by Minors Prohibited
Teen Life is a support group designed to help teenagers succeed at handling issues related to family, school, stress, and the ups & downs of life. If you think your child would benefit from this group, please send his/her name to Becca Piriano in CHS Guidance and she will reach out to them. Visit their website for more information at https://www.teenlife.ngo/.
Join AP Booster Club Today!
By supporting the AP Booster club you help support AP, Pre-AP, Honors, GT programs at EIS, DIS, DMS, CHS and CSHS. Last year we gave teacher grants totaling $10,000 to these campuses and awarded $5,000 in college scholarships to seniors. We hope to have your support so we can fund even more teacher grant requests! We also have informative meetings throughout the year that are free to members! Please take a minute to join today! www.dragonap.org
CHS 2017/2018 Yearbooks
We have a limited number of CHS 2017/2018 yearbooks still available for purchase. If you are interested just come to the CHS front office. Books are $80.00 and we accept cash or checks made out to CHS.
If you ordered a CHS yearbook last year and have not picked it up yet please go to the CHS front office to get it.
CHS Student Access to Exterior Doors
All exterior doors will be locked on campus. To enter the building you must have your ID in your possession. Your ID will access doors before school, after school, and during passing periods. If you need a replacement ID you must go to the counseling office for a replacement at $10. Please do not open a door for a student without an ID as you’re threatening the safety of all students. In addition, do not hold doors open as all students should have ID’s on them at all times. If you do not have an ID outside of the building you’re welcome to come around to the front office where they will identify you for entrance into the building. Please be cognizant of your safety and all student safety going forward.
Student ID Badges
CISD Student ID’s are issued only once during your 4 years at Carroll/Carroll Senior High. DO NOT discard your current ID, if you do and you need a new one, the cost to replace your ID will be $10.00. Please see the Guidance Office for replacement if you are at the CHS campus. Students at CSHS should see Mrs. Cranford in the Library. All students must have their ID’s with you daily for entrance to the buildings as this is your key, the outside doors will be locked and not open for entrance without your ID.
The goals of the #SAFEdragon program are to improve safety and security within Carroll ISD and promote emergency preparedness among students and staff. Remember when visiting our campuses to always enter through the main offices so we can properly sign you in and print you a badge. Students should never open the doors for anyone, not even friends. Be a #SAFEdragon!
Dragon Mobile App
The Dragon Mobile App is for parents, students, and staff. Mobile Dragon keeps you connected with the latest district news and other helpful information at the touch of a button. Click the link below for more details about the App. The app is available for iOS and Android smartphones in the App Store and Google Play. Search “Carroll ISD” to find and download the app today!
Southlake Sister Cities Youth Ambassador
Serving as an SSC youth ambassador gives Southlake and CISD students a unique opportunity for global friendship, cultural exploration and a life-changing experience. Southlake Sister Cities has opened the application process for the 2019 student exchange trips to our sister cities in Japan and China.
SSC youth ambassadors will represent the City of Southlake in one of our two Friendship Cities: Suzhou, Wuzhong District, China and Tome, Japan. The youth ambassadors and City-appointed chaperones are immersed in a cultural experience while living with host families and enjoying a variety of activities planned by the City, schools and their hosts.
Click here to Learn more about the program.
CSHS and CHS are closed campuses and students may not leave campus during lunch.
High school students parking on campus must have a valid parking permit which is properly affixed to the vehicle.
Parking permits are purchased online and permit stickers are available for pickup at CHS and CSHS with proof of payment, license, and insurance. **Please note: 10th graders are the only CHS students allowed to drive to school and park on campus.
Cars without parking stickers may be towed at the owner's expense or subject to a booting device which will require a $30.00 removal fee.
To purchase click here https://ticketracker.com/store/category?schoolId=1701&catalogCategoryId=1959
AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY PASSES
We offer AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY PASSES (at no charge) for students who, after their last class of the day, need to be transported to the other high school for a school sponsored sport or activity. This pass may be obtained by picking-up an application from the CSHS or CHS office. Once completed, it must be signed by the coach or sponsor of the activity or sport and returned to the office. All students must then sign the bus rider contract. Passes will be available for students to pick-up at the office within three (3) school days. Students must present their pass to the bus driver each time they need to ride or will not be allowed to ride. This pass is not necessary if the student has a valid annual or semester bus pass. Please note that misuse of the pass will require immediate forfeiture of the pass and it must be used for transportation to school activities only.
2018-2019 Bus Passes
Bus passes are available for purchase online or at the CISD Administration Center. Individual bus passes are $275/annual or $148/semester, and family bus passes are $550/annual and $296/semester. All bus riders must have a current Bus Rider Contract form signed by a parent or guardian and turned in with the Bus Rider Registration indicating they will abide by the Bus Safety Handbook.
Students are not allowed to carry medications (over-the-counter or prescription). You may keep medications in the nurse's office for daily or as needed administration. Please be sure medicine is in original container, not expired, and has a signed MAR. Prescriptions also require a doctor signature. Inhalers, epipens, and diabetic supplies are the only exceptions to the carry policy, but the student does have to turn in the MAR and documentation from the doctor saying it is OK to carry. Please label these medications with student name. Also, the nurse is unable to dispense medicine, even Advil or Tylenol, unless it the student's own medicine brought in specifically for them.
As the year goes by, if you are cleaning out your closets, and you have t-shirts, athletic shorts, or sweatpants you are getting rid of, please consider donating them to the CHS clothes closet for students’ use when dress coded or need to change clothes for various reasons.
Thank you for your help!
Melody Cooley, RN
817-949-5610 phone 817-949-5656 fax
9th & 10th Grade students must enter classrooms by 8:00 am when classes start. All students must sign in at the attendance office if they arrive at 8:01 am or after. Late students must have a doctor's note, parent call or parent note letting attendance know that they are aware that their student was tardy.
9th Grade students. Parent/guardians of 9th graders must physically sign their student out at the attendance office for early dismissal. If someone other than a parent/guardian is picking up a student, that person must be listed on the family's emergency contact list located in Family Access. Parents/guardians must contact the attendance office if a person - not on their emergency contact list - is picking up their child. The office is required to make a copy of that person's driver's license in order for the student to be released and that person needs to sign the student out.
10th Grade. As we know, many of our 10th graders drive, therefore they are permitted to sign-out with the attendance office for an early dismissal provided parents/guardians have notified the attendance office in writing. The note from parents requesting an early dismissal must be dated/signed and dropped off at the attendance office first thing in the morning. We will then provide the student with a pass to return to the attendance office at the early dismissal time to sign-out and exit the campus. If your 10th grader is returning that day, please ensure they sign in at the attendance office upon return so their attendance record will be noted properly.
FYI, For our students’ safety, it is important that they sign in when arriving late or sign out when leaving early. Students who do not comply with this safety measure will be referred to the Assistant Principal’s office per the CHS Handbook.