CVHS Counseling Weekly Update

News & Info from Your Counselors

Vol 1 Num 11 May 29, 2020

End of school year "pick up" and "drop off" stuff news.

June 1 and 2: Yearbook Pick-Up and Drop-Off of Items Belonging to CVHS

These include textbooks, library and classroom books, sports equipment/uniforms, and any other items.

If you are not picking up a yearbook, then please wait until June 8-9 to drop off items.

Freshmen drop-off will take place at the Ninth Grade Center (Plan sent in a separate message).

Drive-thru yearbook pick-up at Door C and Textbook/Item Drop-Off at Door B using the schedule below based on last names and grade level. Use the far West Lot entrance.

Monday June 1:


9:00 – 9:45 A – C

9:45 – 10:30 D – H

10:30 – 11:15 I – O

11:15 – 12:00 P – S

12:00 – 12:45 T – Z

Tuesday, June 2:

9:00 – 9:45 Juniors, A – K

9:45 – 10:30 Juniors, L – Z

10:30 – 11:15 Sophomores, A – K

11:15 – 12:00 Sophomores, L – Z

12:00 – 12:45 Freshmen, A – K

12:45 – 1:30 Freshmen, L – Z

June 8 and 9: Final Drop-Off of Items Belonging to CVHS and Locker Clean-Out

Drive-thru drop-off of textbooks and other items will take place at Door B. Use the far West Lot entrance.

Also, any student with items left in lockers (hall, gym, pool, band) will be allowed into the building at their scheduled time. Entry will be through Door D and exit through Door C. Any school items taken from lockers should be left at Door C on the way out. All textbooks and library books will already be removed from lockers. Building entry is only for students with items in lockers. Students are expected to wear a mask to enter.

Follow the schedule below based on last name:

June 8:

8am – 9am A – BL

9 – 10 BO – CL

10 – 11 CO - D

11 – 12pm E – GR

1pm – 2pm GU – JI

2pm – 3pm JO – LE

June 9:

8am – 9am LI – MI

9 – 10 MO – PH

10 – 11 PI – R

11 – 12pm S – SH

1pm – 2pm ST – V

2pm – 3pm W – Z

AP Testing Update! Important new info this week!

AP Updates 5/29

  • Makeup/Late testing begins June 1st. See the Makeup exam schedule and other information here:

  • AP students who requested a makeup exam were notified via e-mail on May 28th

  • 2 days prior to your makeup/late testing exam, you will automatically receive an e-mail with your new e-ticket.

  • Click your e-ticket to check in 30 minutes before the exam start time. Allot 80 minutes for each exam - 30 minutes to enter AP ID, name, and other information, and 50 minutes to draft and submit responses. During the exam, keep an eye on the time and begin submission at the five-minute mark.

  • **IMPORTANT** BACK-UP E-MAIL SUBMISSION - Due to submission errors, College Board has implemented a back-up e-mail submission process. This option will only be available for students who were not able to submit in the standard process and they must then email their responses immediately following their exam. These students will see instructions about how to email their response on the page that says, "We Did Not Receive Your Response." The email address that appears on this page will be unique to each student.

  • **IMPORTANT** Tips to avoid problems on exam day:

  • If you do NOT want to take an AP exam, simply DO NOTHING. Ignore all e-mails from the College Board and do not click the e-ticket sent to you. Your AP Coordinator will receive the names of students who did not take exams (in June) and refunds will be issued from there. Refunds will not include a $40 late fee if you registered late, otherwise, a full refund will be given.

Already completed your exam/s? - CONGRATS and feel free to use these links to address questions you may have about what happens next.

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Class of 2020

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Today may be your last official day at CVHS but you will forever be part of the Big Red family! The CVHS Counselors would like to congratulate you on this accomplishment and encourage you to keep working hard to achieve your goals. Download the things below to see some of the Class of 2020 highlights!
Class of 2020: Please complete your CVHS Exit Survey

If you haven't done this yet, please click on this button to be directed to your exit survey. We really want to know about your future plans and your experience at CVHS.

Heading to Macomb Community College next year?

Macomb Community College registration begins in July and the tuition is due in August. June is the time to make sure you have everything in order to sign up for college courses in July. Here is a link to Macomb's updates:
Heading to College? Need a Final Transcript?

Your college needs proof that you graduated. Click here to be sent to to request a final transcript. When on your account, make sure you select "hold for final grades". The transcript will be sent in mid to late June.

Seniors, do you qualify for the Tuition Incentive Program (TIP)? Make sure you claim your financial aid.

TIP Eligible Students still need to complete their application by the August 31, 2020 deadline!

Students who have not yet completed their application can do so by calling our Customer Care Center at 1-888-447-2687, Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or by creating a MiSSG Student Portal account at

Class of 2021

SAT and PSAT updates!

The counselors have been getting some questions about Fall SAT and PSAT. Things are changing and the State of Michigan has yet to commit to a Fall "during school day" testing date. You may want to consider taking the SAT on your own. Click on this link to learn more about taking the SAT.

Class of 2022

Sophomores you are on our minds.

It may seem like the news is all about seniors, starting next week you will start seeing stories about finishing this year and planning for summer and next school year. In the meantime, continue to engage your teachers. You want to earn Credit for all your classes and you don't want to receive Incomplete grades if you can help it.

Class of 2023


We are at the home stretch! Take the time to touch base with each of your teachers, demonstrate engagement in your classes and submit any assignments you have outstanding. We know it has been difficult to stay motivated, but giving a little extra effort right now can earn you the much needed credits towards graduation!! Teachers are here to help and want each and every one of you to earn credit, so reach out to them if needed. Need help? Contact your counselor! (see below)

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By clicking here you will be directed to a previous edition with the forms and instructions.

Contact your Counselor!

For Grade 9:

Virtual Office Hours are held daily. Email your assigned counselor with any questions or concerns. If you prefer to talk, indicate a day, time and number and we will contact you.

Students Last Names A - Ke:

Mrs. Debbie Wall

Students with Last Names Kf - P:

Mrs. Jennifer Frohock

Students with Last Names Q - R:

Mrs. Nadia Given

For grades 10, 11, and 12:

You can continue to email your counselor anytime and we will respond to your question/concern.

You can also speak with the 10/12 "Counselor of the Day" by phone during our virtual office hours available Monday through Friday 1pm until 2pm. The phone number is 586-738-0456.

Monday - Mrs. Kimberly Koskos
Tuesday - Mr. Scott Merchant
Wednesday - Dr. Dan Lawrence
Thursday - Mrs. Sydney Radzinski
Friday - Mrs. Stephanie Pitcher

Student's Last name: A-Dam

Mrs. Kimberly Koskos

Student's Last Name: Dan-Hur

Mr. Scott Merchant

Student's Last Name: Hus-Mill

Dr. Dan Lawrence

Student's Last Name: Mil-Sel

Mrs. Sydney Radzinski

Student's Last Name: Sem-Z

Mrs. Stephanie Pitcher

If you have an emergency crisis situation and are unable to reach your counselor, you are encouraged to utilize the following resources:

Macomb County Crisis Center: 586-307-9100

Okay to Say: 855-565-2729 or

Local Police Dpt: Clinton Twp. 586-493-7800 Macomb Twp. 586-469-5151

Stay up to date with text messages from your CVHS Counselors:

If you haven't already done so, students and parents are welcome to sign up.

Class of 2020 text @k86966 to the number 81010

Class of 2021 text @de22ake to the number 81010

Class of 2022 text @d9eg2e to the number 81010

Class of 2023 text @6497a6 to the number 81010

Don't be alarmed if you occasionally receive a Remind text that you have been removed from our lists: This happens because we have to keep our lists under a certain number. We add you to a new group and the text reminders keep coming.

Resources are available to our families dealing with the impact of the coronavirus:

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