Chandler High Wolf Bytes

School of Champions

April 29, 2019


Ten CHS German Honors students participated in the National German Exam (NGE) for Levels 3 and 4, and more than half of the class received awards. The testing chair of the AZ-Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German, Prof. Simone Seym, awarded the students with 1 gold medal (Level 4), 1 silver medal (Level 4), 3 bronze medals (Level 3), and 2 achievement certificates. Congratulations to all!

(left to right: German teacher Melanie Mello, Alexander Moxley, Hailey Kooser, Kayla Plitz, Macy Canedy, Jacob Pescador, and Prof. Simone Seym).

German Honor Students


You are invited to view over 100 works on display created by CUSD’s up and coming artists in Chandler Unified School District’s annual showcase in the CCA Gallery through May 11th. Congratulations to the following CHS artists who won prizes for their art at the CUSD Art Show:

  • Mia Cordoba- 1st Place Ceramics
  • Jaleh Ardestany- 1st Place Jewelry
  • Anthony Alvarez- 2nd Place Jewelry
  • Eric Alvarez- 3rd Place Jewelry
  • Lauren Rodriguez- 2nd Place Photography
  • Jordyn Delatorre- 2nd Place Drawing
  • Katherine Chou- 2nd Place Painting

Art Show Pieces
Art Show Pieces

last week's WINS

  • Boys Volleyball def. Hamilton (V 3-0, JV 2-1, JVB tie 1-1) and Perry (V 3-2, JVB 2-0)

  • Unified Basketball def. Casteel W 72-63
  • JV Baseball def. Queen Creek 15-4


  • Tues, April 30th: Boys Volleyball vs Brophy: JVB @ 3:30, JV @ 4:00, Varsity @ 5:00. Volleyball playoffs begin Saturday, May 4th. Watch for additional info on twitter.


On Friday, April 26th, our newly selected Link Leaders had their “Spring Training” day to prepare for the 2019-2020 school year. They participated in leadership discussions, played team-building games, and started making plans to make next year’s Freshman Orientation Day AMAZING!

LINK Crew Training

Sports Physicals

Sports Physicals Flyer


For the second year, CHS welcomed a group of 15 German students and their accompanying teachers, Mrs. Schimmelpfennig and Mr. Brake, to partake in many classes and extracurricular activities throughout their 3-week long stay. The students shared their cultural heritage by reading German children stories to CHS’s preschoolers on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The students are highly impressed with CHS, and one had this to say: “The best thing about CHS is its cultural diversity. The amount of different racial and religious backgrounds really impacts the social life in a positive way here.”

If you would like to learn more about this partnership and how to get involved, please send an email to Melanie Mello,

German Exchange Students


Juniors and seniors, CHS’s Prom is FIVE days away! Scottsdale’s OdySea Aquarium is where you’ll want to be this Saturday, May 4th from 8:00-11:00pm. Tickets are on sale in the bookstore for $60 through Wednesday. Ticket prices increase to $65 on Thursday and Friday, so you don’t want to wait until the last minute! All bookstore fees need to be paid before you can purchase a ticket, and prom tickets will NOT be sold at the door.

Prom guest request passes are now available in the front office and bookstore. Forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Templeton’s office no later than 3:30 on Wednesday, May 1st. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT GUEST PASSES TURNED IN AFTER THE DEADLINE. NO EXCEPTIONS. The final approved guest list will be posted on the bookstore window on Thursday, May 2nd. Juniors and seniors planning on bringing a CHS underclassman must complete a guest request form. All students must have an ID to get into the dance.

Prom Ad


Shannon King and Sarina McMonigal competed in CPR/First Aid skills at the recent HOSA State Leadership Conference in Tucson. Great job!

Shannon King and Sarina McMonigal

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.


During last week’s “Miracle Minute”, CHS collected $1,165.40 for the Colten Cowell Foundation! Thanks to Mr. Van Why’s class for donating $81.10! They are the recipients of a donut party sponsored by Officer Keipert.


CHS Student Council elections for next year's council are this Friday May 3rd. Students can vote using a link that will be sent out on Friday via Infinite Campus. Students must log into Infinite Campus using a web browser, not the app, to vote.


On Monday, April 22nd, a group of CHS AVID students had the opportunity to visit Arizona State University. They were treated to a question and answer session with current ASU students, a campus tour, and lunch at the Memorial Union.


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 by May 17th and we will announce the winner by May 22nd. Good luck!






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

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


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 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.