CHS Update #1

2015-2016

Great Beginning

Thanks to our Student Council for greeting students today and passing out gifts (see below). We had an excellent first day and are looking forward to tomorrow and the first day of our new schedule.

Block Schedule Update

A reminder that Wednesday we start our day with Resource and then move to our "Orange" block classes. During our Resource time tomorrow (7:28-8:05), seniors don't need to be at school until 8:13 for 1st block, juniors will be having a class meeting in the CPAC and sophomores and freshmen will be meeting in Advisory groups. Thursday is where our teachers will be collaborating so students all start their day at 8:13 with "Black" 1st block. As in the past, if students need to be here earlier they can be in the IMC or cafeteria/commons. We realize that the new schedule will require an adjustment time and will work to keep everyone informed as we move forward.

Congratulations to CHS Spanish teacher Ms. Gibson on being named our district's "Excellence in Education Award" Winner

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Welcome new staff

Please join us in welcoming our new staff to CHS:

Teachers:

  • Brian Beaudet (Social Studies)
  • Chris Behrs (Art)
  • Kevin Condon (Social Studies)
  • Christiane Ehrenreich (French LT Sub)
  • Reed Graf (Science)
  • Mike Hendricks (Math)
  • Matt Hoffman (Social Studies)
  • Nancy Knight (Special Education)
  • Jim Kuse (English)
  • Rusty Meyer (Business)
  • Kristen Mickie (English)
  • Donna Roszak (Spanish)
  • Maren Stahle (IMC)
  • Natalie Zavodski (French)

Special Ed. Paras

  • Shawn Kerlin

Student Supervisors

  • Jeff Ferguson

Athletics/Activities Secretary

  • Heidi Wood

Attendance

  • AM Robin Carpenter
  • PM Jacquie Ystesund
  • FT Heather McKittrick


Mark your calendars to join us on Wednesday, September 9th for our Open House from 6:15-8:25 p.m. to meet your son/daughter's teachers for the year.

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Congratulations to the Class of 2015 on achieving school record ACT composite of 25.5 and a school record 88% participation. They have left a great academic legacy.