The Coyote Howl

Campo Verde High School

September 6, 2022

Vision: Preparing every person for tomorrow through experiences founded on relationships, relevance, and rigor.

Mission: Every Person, Every Day

Core Values: Community, Values, Honor, Scholarship

Principal's Message

Hello CV Family,

Here we are at the halfway point of the first quarter! Our performances, athletics, and a very busy campus are definitely in full swing. Due to the early start this year, I want to encourage all of our students and parents to pay close attention to the next few weeks academically. The workload and expectations have been steadily rising, and students typically find this time of year challenging. Check-in with your student and their teacher. These next four weeks are already starting to go fast. We are here to work together, so please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

Typically I will highlight important information that is contained within the newsletter or information I want to personally share with our school community in the format of Three Dots from Mr. Dumas (I had to add a couple of extra dots this week!):

  • Fall Intersession: Students failing in core areas (Math, ELA, Biology) at the progress report time should see outreach from GPS’s Office of Federal Programs. This outreach will outline an opportunity, should their grades remain unsatisfactory, to attend a one-week session during the second week of Fall Break. Students selected to participate in this program will be required to attend five 90-minute sessions for each area they have failed, a maximum of two sessions. Students who attend all five days and complete required coursework will receive grade enhancement (current class grade will be brought up to a passing average of 60%. The Office of Federal Programs will reach out to families who are in line to qualify for the program next week. Courses eligible for this opportunity are: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and/or Intermediate Algebra, ELA 9-12, and Biology. Once information has been sent to parents we will have a team that follows up with students and their progress throughout the remainder of the quarter.

  • Progress Reports: Progress reports for the halfway mark of the first quarter are available. Please log into Infinite Campus to review your student’s progress. Please know that this is a check-in for student progress and should be viewed as a means to assess how things are going thus far. Our teachers have tutoring opportunities available at different times on our Advisory Tutoring Schedule. I encourage you to reach out to your student’s teacher with any questions or concerns you may have at this time.

  • Coyote Time: Coyote Time is built into your child’s schedule on Wednesdays. This time serves multiple purposes. It has been utilized to share some of our beginning of the year procedural processes, such as statements of awareness; we have also used it to help students with organizational and time management skills, developing a growth mindset, as well as delivering content that we would typically have to interrupt the school day to deliver through special schedules. In feedback from the CVHS Site Council last year we began sharing the upcoming topics with you just in case you were interested in what we are sharing. A Coyote Time segment of the newsletter briefly addresses upcoming Coyote Time presentations. If you have any questions, reach out to Mrs. Jacobson whose contact information is shared below, for more details.

  • Speaking of Coyote Time, our annual SOS (Signs of Suicide) presentation is this month. Content and information are shared below.

  • CVHS Site Council: In our last newsletter, we shared information regarding our Site Council. With our first meeting on 9/14, we can still add any interested parents.If you are interested in serving on the site council, please use the following link to nominate yourself as a potential committee member. The site council comprises representatives from the Campo Verde community. The council meets with the Principal and other school staff monthly during the school year to discuss various topics, share information and broaden understanding of school-related issues.

    • Members work together to:

    • Advance the action steps of Campo Verde’s Continuous Improvement Plan.

    • Ensure effective involvement of parents and community to support the partnership between school and community stakeholders.

    • Involve parents and the community in an organized and timely manner with the planning, review, and implementation of programs and policies of Campo Verde and Gilbert Public Schools.

    • Attend the monthly Site Council meetings.

    • Meeting dates: 9/14, 10/26, 11/30, 1/25, 2/22, & 4/26

    • Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    • Location: Room 113 Student Services (front office)

We appreciate your continued support!

Best regards,

Mr. Tyler Dumas


Campo Verde High School

Every Person, Every Day!

Just a reminder to follow us on our CAMPO VERDE HIGH SCHOOL WEBSITE

and on social media.

Instagram: @cvhsmrdumas

Twitter: @CVHSMrDumas and @CVHSYotes


important campus information


Please click the appropriate link below to view important campus information.







Annual Update

Reminder - Please Complete the 2022/23 Annual Update

It is extremely important that all GPS families complete the online 'Annual Update' in Infinite Campus every year. Even if your information has not changed you must still complete the 2022/23 Annual Update so we can ensure we have the most accurate information for your student in the case of an emergency. The information you provide is used by the district and your school to directly communicate with you regarding your student, or in the event of an emergency on campus. Please log into your Infinite Campus Parent Portal and complete the 'Annual Update' today!


SOS information

Campo Verde will be holding its annual Suicide Prevention and Awareness activities during the days of Sept. 19-23rd. This will include a presentation of the Signs of Suicide (SOS) video, which will be shown during Coyote Time on Wednesday, 9/21. Students who request a visit with their counselor will be seen the same day. Opt out forms will be emailed to parents two weeks prior. In addition, the opt out form is linked below.


student's senate

Student representatives Adam Moon and Halle Prusse, along with Dr. McCord, Ms. Taylor and Mr. Daley had their first meeting of the school year on Wednesday, August 24 at the district office.
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Mrs. Laura Contreras, Assistant Principal

Academics and Counseling

Grade Level: Seniors

Freshmen A - G

Administrative Assistant:

Liz Oliphant 480.545.3100 X 2102


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Counseling Department

School Counselors:

A-C - Mrs. Dewarrat

D-F - Ms. Diggs

G-Le -Mrs. McManus

Li-Ro- Mrs. Lange

Ru-Z - Mrs. Carpenter

Academic and Wellness Coaches:

Academic Interventionist- Amy Jacobson

Mental Health Counselor- Mr. Baker

College and Career Advisors:

College and Career Center Coordinator - Cassidy Chaney

On-Site CGCC Rep - Mrs. Chris Sabel

Counseling Secretary:

Mrs. Laurie Prosper 480-545-3100 Ext. 2121

* The CVHS Counseling Department has a new and improved website: CAMPO COUNSELING

* Follow the CVHS Counseling Department on Instagram: @cvhs_counseling_dept



Counselors recently met with seniors during their English classes to go over senior credit checks and to make sure everything is on track for graduation. Take a look at our Senior Checklist for important information.

Summer School

Students who are still finishing online summer school courses MUST have their classes completed by September 30, 2022. This means that assignments, the final exam and the final grade for the class must be posted by this date. No extensions will be granted for summer school classes.

CV Link Crew Ambassadors recently welcomed our 8 foreign exchange students to campus this year with a “get to know you” activity. We have students joining us from Italy, France, Norway, Germany and Kyrgyzstan. Welcome to all!

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Freshmen Family Meetings

Dear Freshmen Families,

We would like to welcome our Freshmen Coyotes to the Campo Verde High School family!

School counselors work to address students' academic, career, and social-emotional development ensuring today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. CVHS Counselors are assigned to students by an alphabet split of last names, please see your student’s assigned counselor below.

The transition from middle school to high school can be challenging (lots of questions, planning out classes, making new friends, where do I fit in?). High school years are full of growth, promise, excitement, frustration, disappointment, and hope. It is the time when students begin to discover what the future holds for them. Our hope is that we can help make that transition a little less stressful. We would like to meet with YOU and YOUR STUDENT for a 30 minute individual Freshman Family Meeting in person. During this time we will discuss your student’s four-year plan, goal setting, and your counselor can answer any other questions you may have.

Freshmen Next Steps:

  1. Review this Freshmen Resource Presentation to help prepare for your Freshman Family Meeting.

  2. SIGN UP for a meeting date and time below through Calendly with your assigned counselor.

  3. Here is a preview of what will be discussed during your meeting 4 Year Plan Handout. Please come prepared with your thoughts, ideas, and/or questions.

We look forward to meeting you and we are excited to work with you and your child throughout the next four years! Go Yotes!

PLEASE NOTE: These available time slots are for Freshmen Family Meetings Only.

Ms. Monique Dewarrat: A-C- Dewarrat-MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Ms. Kathy Diggs: D-F- Diggs-MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Mrs. Sarah McManus: G-Le- McManus-MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Mrs. Lange: Li-Ro- Lange- MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Mrs. Carpenter: Ru-Z- Carpenter-MAKE AN APPOINTMENT


Your CVHS Counseling Team




Campo Verde High School will be administering the PSAT/NMSQT© to all currently enrolled 10th grade students on Tuesday, October 25th, as well as 11th grade students who register and pay to participate. Students not participating in the exam, will have a late start schedule.

Test Takers:

  • ALL 10th grade students will report to Campo Verde on Tuesday, October 25, 2022 at 7:30 am.

  • Any 11th grade students who registered and paid to participate will also take the exam on this date and time.

  • Bus routes will run as regularly scheduled to transport test-takers that morning.

  • Students should report to testing rooms at the start of the school day at 7:30am.

  • Testing room assignments will be posted Wednesday, October 20th outside of the library.

  • All cohort students in the class of 2025 are registered for the exam and expected to test.

  • Test takers should come prepared with their ID, calculator, pencil and be fully rested.

Non-Test Takers:

  • All 9th, non-testing 11th and 12th graders will report to school for a late start according to the 11:50am start time. LATE START BELL SCHEDULE. Buses will provide transportation for these students. Pick up times will have a 4 hour delay. (For example, if your bus normally picks up at 6:23am, plan on 10:23am.)

All Students:

  • Lunch will be served to all students from 11:15-11:45am.

  • First period will begin at 11:50am.

  • For families with younger siblings, GPS elementary and junior high campuses will follow their regular campus schedule on this day.

We are pleased that our students have the opportunity to take the exam in preparation of their postsecondary endeavors. The 2022 PSAT Student Guide and practice tests can be found here. Please encourage your student to take advantage of these resources.

If you have any questions please contact Laura Contreras, Assistant Principal of Academics, at 480-545-3100 ext 2102 or


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Activities and Clubs

Mrs. Erica Duckett, Assistant Principal

Activities, Clubs, and Graduation

Grade Level: Sophomores

Freshmen: H - N

Administrative Assistant:

Cat Jones 480.545.3100 X 2101

IG: @campo.activities


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Please submit this form to me if you want to send your transcripts out to colleges. You only need to fill the form out one time. We keep it on file for future requests.

CV Registrar, Peggy Rodgers


Picture Days

Retake day will be September 27, 2022 @Auditorium

9, 10 & 11th grade: Retakes will be during your lunch time only.

Seniors: This is the first day of Senior Portraits on campus. Your scheduled times are:

7:30-10:30am and 12:30 -2:00pm. Please do not come during your lunch time, as the backdrop will be set up for the underclassmen at that time.

TOYBOX Photo Day is November 10, 2022 at 9:00am

Pictures will be taken on the playground.

Senior Panoramic Photo day is November 15, 2022 at 7:30am @ Main Gym

Seniors: This will be your Senior Portrait LAST CHANCE, shortly after the Senior Panoramic photo is taken. Don't forget to have a change of formal clothes to change into for your Senior Portrait.

Music Group Photo day is November 29, 2022 at 7:30am @ Auditorium

Club Photo day is February 16, 2023 9:30am @ Mini Gym

Smaller clubs go first, please, as requested by the Lou Coopey photographer. Thank you for understanding.

**Please note that some of the dates/details are subject to change.

Additional communication will be sent, if necessary, as we get closer to each event.**


Homecoming Dance: September 17, 2022 @ Campo Courtyard 7-10pm

Color War Event: October 28th, 2022 @ Campo Outdoor Basketball Courts 7-10pm

Winter Formal: January 21, 2023 @ Campo Courtyard OR Main Gym (stayed tuned) 7-10pm

Prom: April 15, 2023 @ Location TBD (stay tuned) 8-11pm

(NEW DATE FOR WINTER FORMAL! It was previously announced as January 14th. Please update your calendars!)

Information regarding dances, tickets and the spirit weeks preceding them will be announced via social media and school announcements, and in this newsletter.


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September 15th, 16th @ 7pm and September 17th at 1pm, CVHS Theatre Department is putting on SHE KILLS MONSTERS: YOUNG ADVENTURERS EDITION. Start your Homecoming weekend off right by taking your date, or friends, or just yourself to an amazing play! Tickets are on sale on GoFan!
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Thank you to all of the donors, organizers and volunteers who helped out with the blood drive on August 26th!
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes meet the 2nd and 4th Wed of each month from 1:30-2:20 in the aux gym. Text @fcacv21 to the number 81010 to get text message reminders.



TOYBOX Class, Lab, Work Study & FCCLA students participated in learning CPR & 1st aid. Thank you to Helping Hearts for making it possible for 17 students to be trained in CPR & 1st aid.
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culture club

Calling all Campo Verde High School students!

Have you ever wanted to see the world and experience another culture firsthand? Well now you can! Pack your bags. We are off to ITALY in Spring Break 2023!

Imagine yourself in Milan, Venice, Florence, Rome and the Amalfi Coast!!! The food, the culture, the history are all amazing!

Bring yourself and your parents to an in-person information session on August 31, 2022 at 6:00 pm in CV Room 113 to learn more about the tour to ITALY and how you can be a part of this amazing opportunity!

Your family can RSVP here:

See you all soon!

I’m excited to have something for us all to look forward to.

Questions? Contact Ms. Kathy Diggs

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key club

Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. The Campo Verde Key Club Chapter invites new and returning members to join us at our next meeting on September 12, after school in the cafeteria.

Core Values

  • Leadership » Leadership is grounded in humility and service to others. A true leader listens, recognizes, and empowers.

  • Character building » Character is built by everyday acts of kindness, integrity and teamwork to grow stronger relationships and communities.

  • Caring » Compassion for others is a cornerstone of the Key Club experience, inspiring action and service to one’s community.

  • Inclusiveness » We welcome people of all backgrounds and ethnicities to join in serving and making a positive difference in our world

We Learn Through Action

Members of Key Club perform acts of service in our community, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by planning events and holding leadership positions in the club. We have committees that match the interests of our students:

  • Health and Hunger

  • Kids Helping Kids

  • Senior Living Support

  • Gilbert Community Engagement

Upcoming Events:

9/9 Healing Fields Stand Up (Field Trip)

(Putting up the flags) *Permission Slips AVAILABLE*

9/12 General Meeting (2:30 cafeteria) and Service Project

9/14 After-School Service Project (2:30 cafeteria)

9/19 Howling Helpers Kick-Off (Elementary school after-school tutoring)


Very soon, our country will mark the 21th Anniversary of September 11; a day like no other for our nation. As that day ended and the dawn of a new day broke, we raised our flags, gathered our families, came together and demonstrated the strength and tenacity of our community.

CVHS Key Club are requesting that we join together in raising our flag in honor of those who lost their lives on that day. By doing so, we remember them, honor their families and we find the opportunity to teach.

Remember. Honor. Teach.

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After its first meeting in early August, the Campo Verde National Honors Society had its first social. The social was a tissue drive for teachers, with ice cream served as a bonus for bringing tissue boxes. Because of the efforts of NHS students, a collective total of over 100 tissue boxes were brought for Campo Teachers and are being distributed to each teacher. Great job NHS students!

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NHS Tutoring:

Additionally, NHS offers tutoring every Tuesday and Thursday in the library, after school, for any core subject like math, english, science, or social studies and the majority of electives. For any help, see any NHS student in the library.

NHS Membership Information:

National Honor Society membership drives happen once a year. In March of 2023, all Sophomores and Juniors who have a 3.8 unweighted GPA will receive an invitation to apply to NHS. All applicants must complete the application which includes several essay responses, cumulated over 20 service hours in their Freshmen and Sophomore years, participate in a club or sports activity and finally participate in a leadership role. Applicants are also required to receive three teacher recommendations and one community recommendation. Once the deadline to submit the applications has passed, all applications will be reviewed by Campo Verde’s Faculty Council to determine acceptance. The process concludes with a formal induction ceremony held in April. Please contact Shawna Stea ) or Kathleen Zondlewski ( ) for more information.

NHS Meeting Dates

All NHS members are required to attend a meeting once a month, held in the library at 2:30. Meetings typically last 15-30 minutes and are mandatory to ensure good standing. Our next meetings will be held:

Tuesday, September 13th

Tuesday, October 18th

Tuesday, November 15th

Tuesday, December 13th


best buddies

Every Wednesday after school, be on the lookout for our Best Buddies selling snacks! This will be an ongoing fundraiser, so please help support the club.
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Yearbooks may be pre-ordered at a reduced price of $65 until Sept. 5 through the yearbook order center:

The school code for the order center is 16196.

Yearbook orders may also be purchased through Infinite Campus or the bookstore. Please note that there is a fee for all transactions made through Infinite Campus and Herff Jones.

Aug 1 - Sept. 5 - $65

Sept. 6- Jan. 9 - $70

*Jan. 10- March 1 - $75

*Yearbook orders are placed to the plant after January 9. Books are not guaranteed after that date. After March 1, books can only be purchased in the bookstore. We sold out in previous years, so pre-ordering is encouraged.

Seniors: Senior portraits taken at the Lou Coopey Studio are the photos included in the yearbook for seniors– ID photos for seniors, taken on campus, are NOT included in the yearbook. It is important that seniors have their portraits taken at the Lou Coopey Studio (480-830-5667) in Mesa.

Jeremy Zona, Yearbook Adviser


**PLEASE be mindful of where you purchase your yearbook from: Herff Jones OR through your Infinite Campus parent portal. Do NOT double-order, unless you intend to purchase TWO yearbooks. No refunds will be processed through the campus Bookstore**

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senior yearbook pictures

Welcome, Class of 2023!

The first step of your senior journey is to have your portrait taken for the yearbook. The yearbook's deadline for senior pictures was September 4, 2022. We have partnered with Lou Coopey Photography in Mesa, AZ to take your yearbook photos. Please contact the studio directly if you have run into any issues with scheduling an appointment.

There are two options: One is no charge, the other requires a $40.00 online deposit. Please read through this letter completely for details and choose the option that works best for you.

If you have questions, please e-mail us at

OPTION 1 ($40.00 deposit, $50.00 credit to account at Professional Studio)

Schedule an online appointment with Lou Coopey to have your portrait taken at their Mesa studio located at: 202 N Lindsay Rd, Mesa, AZ 85213 before the September deadline.

Key Information about Option 1:

  • A $40 deposit will be collected at the time of online scheduling.
  • This deposit, along with $10 credit ($50.00 total) will be applied to each account to purchase portraits and services offered by Lou Coopey.
  • Return your proof book within 30 days and receive a refund of your $40.00 deposit.
  • After 30 days, the $10 complimentary credit will expire.
  • The $40 remains on account and can be used for any senior portrait purchase.
  • Click here to book your appointment, or go to and click on the book your appointment button.
  • To ensure the safety of all seniors the following protocols are in place for the photo session:
  • All procedures will be as contact-free as possible.
  • The studio will be limiting the number of appointments per day to allow for social distancing.
  • Face masks and hand sanitizer are recommended, but not required.
  • Seniors will need to come dressed to impress (Collared shirt, tie, suit jacket, dress, and/or professional blouse).
  • It is recommended that Seniors bring their own clothing. However, if necessary, the studio will provide loaner jackets, ties, and drapes as needed.
  • The loaner cap and gown are sanitized on site in commercial dryers between appointments per CDC sanitation requirements.
  • All studio services beyond the sitting (scheduling, ordering pictures, and paying fees) will be conducted online.
  • Senior sessions will include 9-14 poses on a variety of backgrounds including Cap & Gown photos for graduation.
  • All post-sitting contact will be done online (choosing the yearbook pose, ordering photos, and any additional payment.)

OPTION 2 ($0.00 on Campus Picture Day)

Take your senior yearbook photo on campus on senior picture day (Date to Be Determined).

Key Information about Option 2:

  • A limited number of poses will be taken on the yearbook background only.
  • Students must be dressed to impress (collared shirt, tie, dress, and/or professional blouse) for their senior portrait.

NOTE: For both options, students must dress to impress (collared shirt, tie, suit jacket, dress, and/or professional blouse/professional wear). Clothing must be free of logos/signage/text and should not be transparent or too revealing. Head wear is not permitted (except in the case of religious or medical purposes).


performing arts



It’s already a great year in choir! Each of this year’s three choirs are learning new music, site reading and sounding amazing. We can’t wait for our quickly approaching first concert. Please join us onTuesday, September 27 at 7:00 PM in the CVHS auditorium.

Concert Choir began the year with our annual team building retreat at Pinerock Camp in Prescott, Arizona. It was a time filled with team challenges, archery, games, beautiful scenery, cooler weather, friendships new and old and, of course, music. Every student in attendance came away with a greater sense of the significance he/she holds in this very special familial community that our choir program builds. The result of this is evident in their hard work to excel as a unit and make beautiful music.

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The Coyote Pride Marching Band Season is underway and the students are making a lot of progress each week in preparation for the competitions throughout AZ this fall. Come out and support the band during football games and competitions this fall!

Our annual, ultimate car wash fundraiser was a tremendous success on Aug. 13th. Special thanks to all of the students, volunteers, parents, and patrons who made this day so amazing!

We inducted 44 students into this year's chapter for Tri M! We are super proud to have this on campus at Campo!
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Up Next:

9/3/2022 11am Smoked Pork Roast Fundraiser PICK UP @ Campo. Please bring a cooler to transport your roast(s).

9/9/2022: Our first home football game is on Sept. 9th. We are thrilled to kick off the football season and keep the crowd engaged with pep tunes! Come out and support the Coyotes!

9/20/2022 @ 7pm: Band Concert in the auditorium!

9/17/2022 Canyon View Show/Competition

10/1/2022 NAU Competition!




parking permit

As of 9/2/22, there are still parking permits available.

If you are a LICENSED DRIVER, fill out this Google form to register for a parking permit.


Parking permits will not be prorated, the cost is $60.00 regardless of when the parking permit is purchased.

School parking permits MUST be visible in any vehicle you drive to school. Any student caught parking on campus without a parking permit will lose their ability to get a parking permit. Students found parking on campus without a Campo Verde Parking Permit will receive a warning sticker. After the student has been issued three warnings, security will be putting a boot on the car. A parent or guardian will be required to meet with administration prior to removal of the boot.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email the bookstore

free/reduced meals

Meal prices are noted below:

High School Student Lunch: $3.90

Reduced Student Breakfast at all levels pay only $0.30

Reduced Student Lunch at all levels pay only $0.40

We have a new software system. Adding money to meal accounts AND applying for free and reduced benefits are in the same place. The most direct link is:

Click the link below to view information and the application for Free/Reduced lunch.



If you qualify for free or reduced meals and want other student fees to be waived, please fill out this form and return it to the bookstore or email it to

ID Cards

Students are expected to wear their ID badges at all times.

For questions or replacement ID's ($5) visit Ms. Katie in the Bookstore.

The student ID lost and found can also be found in the bookstore.

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Mr. Max Ragsdale, Assistant Principal

Athletic Director

Grade Level: Juniors

Freshmen O - Z

Administrative Assistant:

Jacee Iannarelli 480.545.3100 X 2103

IG: @campo.athletics


Gilbert Public Schools uses an online system of maintaining and tracking physicals and eligibility. To ensure your student's athletic eligibility for the 2022-2023 seasons, please go to and upload all required information. Please mark down your login information.

Visit our school's athletic website for important information regarding all sports at:


Hello Campo Families!
Campo Student All Sports Pass for athletics will get your student into all athletic regular season home events for the 2022-2023 school year. This is for Campo Verde students only. Please see the instructions for how to purchase the pass. Cost of this pass is $50.00, great deal if your student plans to attend a lot of home games!!

Link to purchase the Campo Student All Sports Pass

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physical education

WELCOME BACK to the new school year!!! Our PE Department is excited to work with all of our students in PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORTS TRAINING, DANCE, YOGA, and UNIFIED PHYSICAL EDUCATION classes. We are busily preparing our facilities and equipment for a safe, healthy, and fun experience!

PE, Dance, Yoga UNIFORMS:

Uniforms can be purchased in person in our CVHS Bookstore. All students need to have the proper uniform and a combination lock. Please contact Coach Cornell or your PE teacher if you have any questions.


Ben Seagraves (Coach Cornell)

Sarah Weaver (Coach M. Blackburn)

Tyler Moyes (Coach Kaplin)

Brigham Burnham (Coach Bishop)

Sadie Krizan (Coach Marino)

Angelo Pavoni (Coach Schnittger)

Kylie Propps (Coach Cook)

Jacob Ortiz (Coach C. Blackburn)

*These students have been nominated due to their outstanding CHARACTER, COMMITMENT, and COURAGE!


We are excited to offer another year of "AFTER SCHOOL WEIGHTS" we will be opening the weight room after school on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 2:20-3:00pm. Please see Coach Cornell or Coach Bishop for more information.


We will be offering lunchtime intramurals during both lunches for any student interested in being active. Intramurals will be held in either the mini or main gymnasium and occasionally outside (when the weather cools down). Please see Coach Cornell for more information.

LOCKING / SECURING all valuables in PE Lockers:

All PE students are expected to lock ALL valuables in their assigned lockers at all times. It is our student’s responsibility to ensure that all valuables are secured. Thank you!


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Library Updates


Library News and Information:

Mrs. Flaherty and Mrs. Jeffers would like to invite all the new freshmen and returning students into the library this school year. The library is open from 7:15-3:00 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday we are open from 7:15-2:30. Students will find thousands of books, hundreds of encyclopedias, school textbooks, credible databases, computer/printer access and Chromebook charging stations. All of our electronic resources can be accessed by students through their GPS portal login or on the CVHS website.

  • Over the summer the library ran a summer reading program for the first time. We had over 200 books read from 30 students. Prizes were given out to each student for 1 book read, 5 books read and 10 books read. The top reader read 30 books and won the grand prize of a Homecoming ticket! We will run the program again next summer.
  • August was a great month in the library! We had over 1000 circulations, numerous classes utilizing our resources and lots of activity during the lunch hours. It’s time to switch out our displays and with that will come more checkouts. We are so happy to provide for our avid readers and support our tentative readers.
  • We always have a display of the books that just arrived to us. It’s right by the door so students can find them easily. And right above the new books we post pictures of the covers of the books we will be getting soon. Students are able to reserve them, or any book, if they would like.
  • Please consider donating any new or used books to our school library. New releases and popular teen titles (such as John Green books) are most needed, however, any books brought in will be assessed for appropriate use. If they are not needed on campus, they will be used as trades towards purchasing appropriate titles. Simply leave the books with the receptionist or have your child bring them into the library. Thank you for supporting your library!

Chromebook Information:

We recommend reading the Student Device Handbook. Let your students know that they can come to the library any time they have questions or need help with their Chromebook.

If a student is having problems with his/her Chromebook, the place to go is the library. We will put it in for repair and give the student a loaner Chromebook until the original is fixed.

Tip: Students should login every morning once on campus and keep the GPS Portal tab open all the time.

Digital Citizenship:

Digital Citizenship addresses 21st century skills such as: Media Balance & Well-Being, Privacy & Security, Digital Footprint & Identity, Relationships & Communication, Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech, News & Media Literacy. Here is a short video from commonsense on digital citizenship: What is Digital Citizenship?

The Gilbert Public School district uses Common Sense as our resource of information and Campo Verde teachers will be teaching all our students these digital skills from its resources. Common Sense is a trusted site grounded in research with its mission as, “helping kids thrive in a rapidly changing world”. This site also has a section for parents so that you can support your children, no matter what age, with these skills. We recommend that you take a look at it, but we will also use this newsletter as a way to give you resources on these topics.


Career Center

Mrs. Cassidy Chaney, Career Center Specialist

The Career Center is located in the Library, and

Mrs. Chaney is happy to meet with you,

and to answer any questions you may have.


Follow for scholarships, college info, FAFSA & jobs!

Instagram: @cv_college_career

Twitter: @cvhscareercntr

Facebook: CVHS College & Career

Make an appointment using the link below:

Career Center Appointment

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Events & Fundraising


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Apply today to be a delegate at one of District 5495's two RYLA Leadership Camps! Head to for more information. Please like and share! Camp Ponderosa will be held in Heber, AZ on October 7-10, 2022 (Registration closes September 30th). Camp Pinerock will be held January 13-16, 2023 (Registration closes October 30th).
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