The Coyote Howl

Campo Verde High School

Volume 3.23

May 18, 2020


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

Mission: Every Person, Every Day

Core Values: Community, Values, Honor, Scholarship

Principal's Message

Dear Campo Family,

Congratulations to all of our students and families for making it through a quarter of remote learning.

Just a reminder that we will be doing a drop off & pick up for students this week. All students will begin by driving through the front admin parking lot to had off their school belongings.

12th graders Tuesday, May 19th from 8-12

9th, 10th, & 11th graders Wednesday, May 20th from 8:00-12:00

Student Last Name and Time

A- D 8:00- 9:00

E-L 9:00-10:00

M-S 10:00- 11:00

T-Z 11:00-12:00

Thank you and stay well.

Krista Cox, M. Ed.


Campo Verde High School

Every Person, Every Day!

Just a reminder to follow us on social media.

Instagram: @krista_cox47 Twitter: @CVHSMrsCox & @CVHSYotes

Facebook: Campo Verde High School



from our superintendent


Dear GPS Parents and Families,

The end of the school year is upon us! It is an exciting time when we celebrate all of our students from preschool through 12th grade. The end of this school year undoubtedly looks and feels different from past school years. But, the pride our teachers and staff have in your children and all they have achieved remains constant. This week and next we are celebrating in new creative and innovative ways, showing our children just how special they are. Please join me in congratulating all of our students for closing out this school year strong!

Students, I am so very proud of you. This year has presented challenges and you have all risen to the occasion, continuing to learn and support each other. Please take a moment to celebrate what you have achieved this school year. If you are a senior, the celebration is even more important. You have achieved so much and I honor you and look forward to what comes next for the Class of 2020. For all those who would like to join us in celebrating our graduates please see below for information on our live-streamed graduation ceremonies.

To our parents and families, thank you! Thank you for all you have done to support your student's learning during this time. We live, work, and learn in the very best community and I am honored and proud to be part of something so special. Please read this week's newsletter for important updates and information.


Shane McCord, Ed. D.


Gilbert Public Schools

Connect, Create, Care

Please click the link below to view/access past Letters to Parents, along with other district and state communications.

Gilbert Public Schools

Important Alerts and Messages


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With the recent disruption of the normal school year due to the Covid-19 situation, Gilbert Public Schools has made the decision to allow our GPS students in grades 7-11 to keep their devices over the summer break. This will allow our students to have continued access to their devices for school-related purposes. GPS 8th grade students will keep their current device and trade it in when the 2020-21 school year begins for their new device at their appropriate high school.

Please see below to read the Letter From the District in its entirety.

May 5, 2020

Dear Gilbert Public Schools Families,

With the recent disruption of the normal school year due to the Covid-19

situation, Gilbert Public Schools has made the decision to allow our GPS

students in grades 7-11 to keep their devices over the summer break. This will

allow our students to have continued access to their devices for school-related

purposes. GPS 8th grade students will keep their current device and trade it in when the

2020-21 school year begins for their new device at their appropriate high school.

Smart Alerts

Gilbert Public Schools wants to ensure that we continue to work with parents and

guardians to keep our students and campuses safe, including over the summer. The

GoGuardian content filter has been in place on all student devices since 2016 and the

Smart Alert feature was implemented during the 2018-19 school year. The Smart Alert

feature notifies school administrators if a student’s web activity appears to indicate that

a student is considering suicide and/or self-harm or harm to others. The alerts are sent

to school administrators who will notify parents/guardians and mental health resources,

as appropriate.

It is important, however, that parents/guardians understand the limitations of such tools.

The District makes no warranties of any kind, express or implied, that such software

programs will be able to prevent all incidents of suicide, self-harm, or harm to others.

Furthermore, the District does not assume liability for any of the information received

through these software alerts. Nor does the District's purchase and use of this software

create any duties on the District and its employees towards parents, students, or any

other person or entity.

There is no expectation that school administrators will monitor their emails at all times,

or outside of the regular workday, or when they are away from work. Nor does the

District or its employees assume responsibility to notify parents/guardians of an alert

within a specific time. Again, we encourage all parents/guardians to be engaged in

and supervise their child’s internet use and other activities at home.

Device Protection Plan

As part of Gilbert Public School’s 1:1 technology initiative, parents have the option to

enroll in the Device Protection Plan (DPP) at the beginning of each school year.

Enrollment in the plan minimizes the potential repair and/or replacement fees

associated with the device. With the decision being made to allow our GPS students in

grades 7-11 to keep their devices over the summer break, the DPP will continue as

normal through the end of the current fiscal year, ending June 30th. For those students

who did not have a claim during the 2019-20 school year, the insurance will roll over to

the 2020-21 school year. If the student had a claim or parents/guardians would like to

enroll their student in DPP, this will be available after July 1st. For more information on

DPP please visit Device Protection Plan. Technology Services will continue to service

issues with student devices until school resumes, please call our Helpdesk at (480)

497-3417 from 7 am - 6 pm, Monday - Thursday or visit our parent site for more


Thank you for your continued support of your student’s education during this time.

Gilbert Public Schools


staying well


"May is Mental Health Month- a month to focus on the awareness and understanding of mental health. In light of that, this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it is important to pay close attention to the mental health of you and your family. Typically, May brings mixed feelings between the stress of finals/grades and the excitement of school being out for the summer. With social distancing isolation many of us have experienced, change in routine around the household, stress of employment status and worry about the uncertainty of the future, this May will be like none other. We have compiled a list of resources to help you and your family navigate through some of the stressors you might be feeling, focusing on the overall wellness in each of you."

Please click here or on the image below to access: CV Wellness Resources


cv health office


Just a few Friendly Reminders……..

As we end this school year and look toward the next school year this fall there are some things to keep in mind while visiting the doctor. Summer checkups are a great time to check and see if your student should require needed vaccines required to attend school. Make sure to get updated documentation to being to the health office at the start of the school year.

Please be aware that students are not allowed to carry medication with them at school unless the use of any of the following medications are required: epi pens, inhalers, and diabetic emergency medications. However, these items must FIRST be checked in and accompanied by the appropriate forms from the Health Office. Please ensure that any medications your child needs during the school day is brought in by a parent/guardian or another adult over the age of 18. Please do not send your child to school with medications to either self- administer, except for the above-mentioned medications, or to deliver to the health office. All medications will be in a properly labeled container from either the pharmacy for prescription medication or in the original container for over the counter medication. Make sure to check expiration dates. Please note that narcotic pain medication will not be administered at school.

If a medication needs to be administered daily or is a prescription medication, a “Request for School Administration of Medication” form must be completed by both the parent/guardian and doctor (dated after 7/01/2020) before the medication may be administered at school. This includes any over the counter medication that indicates it is not to be given to anyone under the age of 18, usually medication containing aspirin (example: Excedrin). This form is available on the GPS website or from the CVHS Health Office after 07/30/2019. Please contact the Health Office for any questions after 07/30/20. Thank you and have a safe and enjoyable summer!


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Congratulations to the Campo Verde Class of 2020 Baccalaureate Speaker, Mr. Chuck Fraser and our Valedictorian, Salutatorian and Coyote Excellence recipients, Zach Whaley, Gabriella Ruiz and Audrey Landers!
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If you ordered and paid for a yearbook, but have not been able to pick it up yet,

please do so this week.

If you would still like to purchase a yearbook, there are some available.

They are $75.

Stop by the front desk Mon-Fri from 8am to 2pm.

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Project GradNite

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copper coyote 2020

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Campo Verde High School is ranked 41st within Arizona. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams. The AP® participation rate at Campo Verde High School is 35%. The total minority enrollment is 25%, and 13% of students are economically disadvantaged. Campo Verde High School is 1 of 7 high schools in the Gilbert Unified District.

U.S. News 2020 Best High Schools numerically ranked nearly 18,000 schools nationwide this year. The Best High Schools rankings, available online only, are produced in conjunction with RTI International, a global research firm. U.S. News doesn’t collect data directly from high schools – all data comes directly from official third-party sources. U.S. News receives AP and IB data directly from the College Board and International Baccalaureate, respectively, for use in the rankings. The state assessment data and graduation rates are from each state, and other data comes from the U.S. Department of Education Common Core of Data.


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new marquee

If you haven't yet, you may want to take a drive by campus to check out our NEW MARQUEE! The former marquee was great for the ten years it served us all, but the new one makes a BOLD statement! "Every Person, Every Day!"
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Congratulations on your graduation!

We want you to be aware that your Gilbert Public Schools GSuite for Education account will be suspended on Sunday, June 28th, and eventually deleted. The district recommends that you take steps on your own now if you want to access any files that you have created in your Google account.

Click HERE or on the image below for detailed instructions on how to transfer or download your information. Thank you.


Class rank 2020 seniors

Class rank is required and used by colleges and universities on transcripts submitted for entrance evaluation and is based on the grades earned in classes that meet or exceed graduation requirements. Under usual circumstances, senior class rank is determined at the end of the 8th semester. Due to COVID-19, class rank for the 2019-2020 seniors will be determined at the end of their 7th semester. Using the Fall 2019 cumulative GPA as the class rank determination will ensure that students are not negatively impacted by current circumstances.


Hello Seniors!

Student Council is excited to announce that you can purchase your senior shirt online and have it shipped directly to your house! Please use the link below to purchase your shirt!


For all seniors:

As you are preparing to move forward with your post secondary education, please complete this transcript release form for the college you will be attending in the fall. The transcript will be sent out in June once all grades are finalized and transcribed. You can email the form back to me at Congratulations and best of luck in the future!

Click on the link below




latest information

As the College Board responds to the impact of the coronavirus, our top priorities are your health and safety.

Right now, public health officials have made it clear it's not safe to gather students in one place. Many states have closed their schools for the rest of the academic year, and globally there are widespread school closures across 192 countries. As such, we won't be able to administer the SAT® and SAT Subject Tests™ as planned on June 6, 2020.

We'll ensure that you and all students have opportunities to take the SAT to make up for this spring's lost administrations. If it's safe from a public health standpoint, we'll provide weekend SAT administrations every month through the end of the calendar year, beginning in August. This includes a new administration in September, in addition to the previously scheduled tests.

In the unlikely event that schools don't reopen this fall, the College Board will provide a digital SAT for home use, much as we're delivering digital exams for three million Advanced Placement® students this spring. As we're doing with at-home AP® Exams, we would ensure that at-home SAT testing is simple; secure and fair; accessible to all; and valid for use in college admissions.

We're committed to giving you as many chances as we can to show your strengths to admissions officers. As we navigate this evolving situation, we're working closely with our partners in higher education to ensure you have what you need as you continue on your path to college.

We'll regularly update our website with new information. Thank you for your understanding. Our thoughts are with you during this unprecedented time.

College Board


2020 AP Exam Information

Please click HERE or on the image below to view the 2020 AP Exam Information Slide Presentation.
Please complete the following form to indicate your needs for mobile tools and connectivity.

Click HERE or the image below for Student Access to Remote AP Learning and Assessments form.


ACT: State Testing Information

Administered on Each High School Campus

Original Test Date: March 24 Reschedule Test Date: Canceled

Updated March 23, 2020--The U.S. Department of Education announced on Friday, March 20, 2020, that the federal requirement for testing is waived for all states. ADE is working on submitting a waiver accordingly.

ACT : National Testing Information

Various Sites around East Valley and State of Arizona

Original Test Date: April 4 Rescheduled Test Date: June 13 or July 18

As a safety precaution, ACT has rescheduled its April testing date to June 13. All students who had registered for the April 4 administration date will receive an email communication directly from ACT informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to the June 13 or July 18 national testing dates.

For more specific information regarding national ACT test administration, students and families may visit for the most up to date communications.

SAT: National Testing Information

Various Sites around East Valley and State of Arizona

Original Make Up Date: March 28 Rescheduled Make Up Date: Canceled

Original Test Date: May 2 Rescheduled Test Date: Canceled

Original Test Date: June 6 Canceled

March and May national testing dates have been canceled due to the rapidly evolving situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19). Students who have already registered for the May 2 administration date or were scheduled for the March 28 make up date will receive refunds. Additional information will be shared with students directly from the College Board.

For more specific information regarding national SAT test administration, students and families may visit for the most up to date communications.

PSAT 8/9: Site Testing Information

Administered at Highland High School to Pre-AP Enrolled Freshman

Original Test Date: April 28 Canceled for Spring 2020

Due to the extended school closures, Highland High School-based test administration for its Pre-AP students has been canceled. Gilbert Public Schools continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and will update this information as necessary.

Advanced Placement (AP) Exams: National Testing Information

Administered on Each High School Campus

March 20, 2020, from College Board--As schools and communities navigate the unprecedented challenges posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the health and safety of educators and students are the AP Program’s top priorities. Here is how the College Board is supporting schools:

The solutions the College Board is providing is meant to be as simple and lightweight as possible for both students and teachers--without creating additional burdens for any stakeholders during this time.

  • Traditional face-to-face exam administrations will NOT take place for the 2019-2020 academic year.

  • Some students may want to take their AP exam(s) sooner rather than later, there will be two (2) different testing dates identified (not yet determined).

The full exam schedule, specific free-response question types that will be on each AP Exam, and additional testing details will be available by April 3, 2020.

The College Board will unlock any relevant free-response questions in AP Classroom for digital use so students may access all practice questions of the type that will appear on the upcoming exams.

The AP Program will invest heavily over the next weeks in the following ways:

  • For the 2019-2020 AP Exam Administration only, students can take a 45-minute online exam AT HOME. These exams are currently being developed.

  • In order to accommodate students across the nation, the AP Exam will only include topics and skills most AP teachers and students have already covered in class instruction by early March.

  • Colleges support this solution and are committed to ensuring that AP students receive the credit they have worked this school year to earn. Historically, colleges and universities have accepted a shortened AP Exam for college credit when groups of students have experienced emergencies.

  • Students will be able to take the streamlined, online AP Exams on any device they have access to--computer, tablet, or smartphone. Taking a photo of handwritten work will also be an option.

  • The College Board recognizes these digital AP Exams could cause some inequities and access issues for some low-income and rural students. Working with community partners, the College Board will invest so that all students have the tools and connectivity necessary to review AP content and take the online exam. Students who need mobile tools or support with connectivity may reach out directly to the College Board.

Test security is a concern for the College Board.

  • The exam questions are designed and administered in ways that prevent cheating. The College Board uses a range of digital security tools and techniques, including plagiarism detection software, to protect the integrity of the exams.

  • Scoring at-home work for an AP Exam is not new to the AP Program. Historically, the AP Program has received and scored at-home student work as part of the exams for the AP Computer Science Principles and AP Capstone courses.

March 16, 2020, from College Board--The AP Program is developing resources to help schools support student learning during extended closures, as well as a solution that would allow students to test at home, depending on the situation in May 2020. Additional information will be posted.

Click the image below to see AP information during the coronavirus.




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Science Fair results are in

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Click on the links below to view each project.

I. Oda DIY Toilet Paper

C. Weaver How Does Gaining Weight Affect Your Ability to Accelerate?

E. Ploessl Does Price Make a Better Hand Cream?

E. Conrad Bacteria & Surfaces

C. McGinty Measuring Electrolytes in Various Drinks


Visual Arts

*Campo Verde Digital Art Show*

Beginning May 4th, the visual arts department will be hosting a digital art show to celebrate all of our students' amazing artwork. Each day, new images will be posted on our instagram page, @Campoverdeart.

Join us in celebrating the incredible accomplishments of our students and enjoy some of the best artwork from Digital Photography, Ceramics, Drawing, and Painting.

Follow us on Instagram @Campoverdeart

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welcome new nhs members

Welcome New NHS Members 2020 2021 Video

Campo’s National Honor Society is proud to welcome our newest members:

The new National Honor Society (NHS) members for 2020-2021 are:

Boddy, Maddyn

Briseno, Grace

Chacon, Anthony

Dechristina, Jackson

Eltiste, Sara

Goluba, Regan

Griggs, Arwen

Haluska, Addison

Heijligers, Presley

Jinon, Neryanne

Kedzierski, Kandon

Kelsch, Isabela

Marushak, Ava

Mckern, Haley

McMullen, Nathaniel

Moyer, Weilan

Panda, Archan

Ramirez, Alexander

Reyes, Adriana

Rucka, Grace

Ruesch, Trista

Schnepf, Dallin

Scroggins, Allison

Seelye, Hunter

Smith, Kylie

Sneath, Lauren

Stewart, Connor

Sweet, Ashley

Taylor, Trent

Villone, Sage

Wasserbeck, Abigail

Wright, Rachel

Please join us in congratulating these outstanding students. Due to the current situation, the

Induction ceremony has been postponed until the beginning of 2020-2021 school year.

The new date will be communicated as soon as it has been determined. At the induction ceremony, we will acknowledge the accomplishments of these students in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Community Service, and Character.

In the coming school year, Campo’s NHS program will support students through a variety of

resources to help them continue developing leadership, cultivate a love of giving back, and

prepare for the next phase in their academic journey and beyond. We look forward to their

contribution to building a better school community.

In the meantime, please enjoy our welcome video from our current National Honors Society

officers which highlights each of our new members!

If you have any questions on Campo Verde’s NHS, please contact Mrs. Shawna Stea at



‪Congratulations to Biomed Junior Erin Choi for receiving $1000 grant from @GENYOUthNow and @AdCapYOUth. Her goal is to make educational infographics on nutrition for Campo’s newsletter and potentially another website for the 2020-2021 scholastic year. Can’t wait to check it out. ‬
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Spanish Honor Society

Spanish Honor Society has finally brought their amazing year to a close. From showing appreciation to our custodians to exploring new Latin American restaurants to salsa dancing, Spanish Honor Society had a very eventful year, and school getting cut short did not stop us from having one last meeting to celebrate Cinco De Mayo. We put on our favorite sombreros and found fun activities, crafts, and recipes to share with each other. We are so sad to say goodbye, but we are definitely looking forward to next year!


Journalism Club

The Journalism club just finished up the May issue of the Campo Zine, the last issue for this year. This last issue is in digital format since we can't distribute print copies, of course. Click the picture, or the link below to see the final issue.

If you would like to learn more about the Campo Voice, submit an article, or see past issues, please visit the Your Voice Matters website.


Photography Club

15 Digital Photo students were chosen by Campo's staff and students to represent Campo at the Congressional Art Competition this year. Congressman Andy Biggs and his staff will judge the competition and the winner will be given a free trip to Washington D.C., where their artwork will be hung in the U.S. Capitol building! Unfortunately, the competition is on hold for the time being, but their artwork has been submitted.

Click HERE to see the Google Photos album containing the photos which were submitted.


** Nine students from Campo Verde were chosen to have their photographs displayed at the Art Intersection Gallery in downtown Gilbert as part of the annual 'Emerge' Exhibition.

Hundreds of High School and College Students from across the Valley submit their artwork to be considered for this prestigious show. This exhibit is currently closed due to Covid-19.

Click HERE to see the Google Photos album containing the photos which were submitted.


counseling department news


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Counselor (A-DA)- Mr. Baker’s Google site link

Counselor (De-Ho)- Ms. Harter’s Google site link

Counselor (Hu-Mi)- Mrs. McManus’s Google site link

Counselor (Mo-Se)- Mrs. Schroeder’s Google site link

Counselor (Sh-Z)- Mrs. Carpenter’s Google site link

Counselor- Mr. Frontczak’s Google site link

Academic Support- Mr. Wirth's Google site link

Arizona University Reps

GCU Admissions rep: Raza Fernandez,

ASU Admissions rep: Taylor Piazza

NAU Admissions rep: Lindsay Wilson,

UofA Admissions rep: Ellen Cyrier,

2020 Scholarship Info. needed

Has your student been offered a scholarship award? (Whether they will accept it or not.)
Please click on the following link to complete the scholarship information form. This link can also be found on the Senior Information page under Counseling. Please fill out a form for each scholarship offered.

2020 Scholarship Information

Thank you,
CVHS Counseling





Hello to all of our CV Physical Education Students. We hope you are staying healthy and active during this time. Research suggests that exercise and activity are closely related to levels of happiness (the more you exercise the happier you are).


Remember to get at least 8 hours of sleep per night and the BEST (deepest best sleep) hours occur between 10pm-2am so be sure to get your rest and do your best to get to sleep at a reasonable time. Some sleep habit reminders...... shower first, clean comfortable pajamas, brush and floss, dark room, cool temperature, and put ELECTRONICS in another room!


This time out of school will present each of us with multiple opportunities to become the best person we can be. Try to focus on positive activities such as reading, getting outdoors, and exercising.


Be sure to surround yourself with positive and high achieving people that help you to be your best and make you feel good about who you are.

JOIN US (CV PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT) on Instagram (Cv_PE2020) to see videos of all of us staying active and healthy. Follow us on TWITTER as well @CampoStrength as we are posting a lot of great workouts and ways to stay active and healthy!


A Message from Coach Cornell

TIPS FOR WELLNESS...(Especially during these stressful times).......

1). MOVE "every day"! ( be sure to get outside and be active) You will feel so much better!
2). Increase your FRUIT & VEGETABLE intake (vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, essentials).
3). CREATE A DAILY ROUTINE (healthy habits, eating schedule, limit snacking, healthy eating).
a). Good sleep habits (relaxing before bed): cut off screen time 1 hour before, clean sheets,
comfortable PJ's, cool temperature in room, and most importantly relaxing thoughts.
Don't try to solve problems in your head.... if you think of something, let it move
will still be there for you to solve the next day.
b). Focus on your "CONTROLLABLES" or what you can control....let the other stuff go!
c). Limit screen time (you will be happier, have more energy, and feel better overall).
d). Don't Isolate yourself (communicate with others and reach out for help).
for all of your MANY blessings.


1. Stress affects EVERYONE!

-Some may cope more effectively and recover more quickly.

-Stress may be short term or occurrences that continue over time.

-3 Types of Stress: 1). ROUTINE STRESS (every day work, school. etc. 2). TRAUMATIC STRESS (accident, disaster, death, injury, etc) 3). SUDDEN CHANGE STRESS: Stress brought on by sudden negative change (job loss, divorce, illness)

2. Not all stress is bad!

-Can motivate people to perform at their best or "rise to the occasion" (high achieving people feel stress).

-Can be "life saving" in times of danger (brain more "wired in").

3. Long term stress can harm health

-Chronic / long term stress can damage the immune system, digestion, sleep, and reproductive issues.

-Headaches, sleeplessness, sadness, anger, irritable behavior.

-If Long term stress occurs heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and mental disorders can develop.


1. Recognize the signs of stress.

2. GET HELP! Talk to a health care provider.

3. Regular EXERCISE!

4. Relaxing activities (yoga, tai chi, gentle exercises)

5. Set PRIORITIES (what must get done and what can wait).... You don't have to do everything at once!

6. Stay connected to FRIENDS and FAMILY that can provide support and help!

-Coach Cornell


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Be sure to follow CV Strength and Conditioning on Instagram at



performing arts


Marching Band

Virtual End of Year Band Banquet (VEOYBB!): We are excited to honor our band students and outgoing seniors during our Red Carpet Awards Show on Saturday, May 9, 2020 at 7:00pm via Zoom. An email invitation with details and the Zoom link was sent out last week to all student families. On Saturday, a team of Boosters will be trolling Gilbert to deliver gifts, awards, recognitions, and treats! Special thanks to the Boosters for making this a memorable, unique event honoring our students. We miss you all! During this time of social distancing, we have found creative ways to live connected because we are a part of something amazing: BAND!
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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent state response, all spring AMEA events have been cancelled. As a result, students who made regionals were unable to audition and participate in the AMEA State All-State Festival and Symphonic Strings was unable to participate in the AMEA All-State Concert Festival. However, we commend these students for excelling in their music studies!

Congratulations to our Strolling pianist Kylie Smith (sophomore) on her original composition being chosen to be featured at the Yamaha Junior Original Composition National Concert held in Boston in May. Her composition is titled “Le réverbère”, which translates to “The Street Light”. If you’d like to hear her beautiful composition, you can find it here at this link:

“Le réverbère”

Website and Social Media

Keep up to date on orchestra program news and events at

Like or follow us on these social media platforms:

Facebook: CVHSOrchestra

Instagram: campoverdeorchestras

#CamposGotTalent Campaign

Do you have a hidden talent that you want to share to our Campo community in an effort to uplift others and have some fun? Perhaps you sing, play an instrument, can do trick shots, flips, or magic tricks. Whatever it is, we'd love to see it! You can post it to Twitter or Instagram with the #camposgottalent hashtag. We can’t wait to see what you post!



Campo Verde Performing Arts will collaborate to present Little Shop of Horrors in February of next year. In the musical, a most unusual plant revives the fortunes of Mr. Mushnik's small florist shop, keeping Symour and Audrey employed and very very busy. The show also features the singing Chiffons and a nightmare of a dentist. Look for auditions in late fall.


Library News


We want to congratulate our top readers in all four grades. Book check outs are tabulated over the course of each student’s time at Campo. As you can see, the numbers increase over the years as a student spends more time at Campo. Our senior top reader, Logan Buchanan, checked out 251 books over the course of 4 years! His name will be added to our senior top reader plaque in the library. Keep up the reading Coyotes!

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SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens. Returning April 30, 2020, SYNC will give away two complete audiobooks a week - pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes. Sign up for email or text alerts and be first to know when new titles are available to download at

Stay in the know over the summer by following the library on social media:

our twitter accounts: @CampoLibrary, @jeffers_katey

our Instagram account: campolibrary

and our youtube channel: CampoLibrary


book club

Book Club: We will have virtual meetings every Thursday at 3pm. Check your remind or email Mrs. Flaherty for the Webex link.

Here is the Library’s Google Site. It has access to ebooks, audio books, databases, and fun stuff too! Follow CampoLibrary on Twitter, Instagram and youtube!

Here are some topics for you and your teen to discuss to make sure they are handling their webex meetings appropriately:

  • Where is an appropriate place for you to be when you are video conferencing for school? Consider distractions and where other family members are. Broadcasting from the bedroom is a little intimate for a class setting. If they must, help them carve out a space where they can have peace and quiet but that doesn't convey too many personal details.

  • Do you know how to mute audio and video? When is it appropriate to do those things?

  • How do you participate during video conferences? Discuss with your teen if they are expected to submit information in the chat feature for each class? Are they expected to speak verbally or are they muted by their teachers in their classes?

  • Review the GPS Remote Learning Guidelines together.

If your student is having any technical problems with his/her Chromebook, please call our GPS Technology Services department at 480-497-3417, or click below for more information:


Please use this link for other Academic Support Resources.