Mission: Educating Today for a Better Tomorrow
Vision: District: We graduate each student prepared for college, career and citizenship.
School: Educators at Capital will work collaboratively to inspire learning, growth and citizenship while preparing students for post-secondary endeavors.
CAPITAL'S ROTARY SCHOLARS FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
STUDENTS & STAFF OF THE MONTH
Students & Staff of the Month
ACADEMICS: Carly Turpen
ACTIVITIES: Anthony Lee
ACTS OF SERVICE: Tytus Wadsworth
ARTS: Danilla Kowzlczuk
ATTITUDE: JJ Ramadhani
EAGLE PRIDE: Kaleb Lindberg
STAFF: Mrs. Winkle
SAT/ISAT DAY - 4/13
Important information regarding Junior SAT Testing Day and Sophomore ISAT Day on Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
What will SENIOR STUDENTS do on April 13, 2022?
Senior students will be participating in asynchronous learning activities from home.
JUNIOR SAT TESTING INFORMATION:
Juniors are to report to their assigned testing room prior to 7:45 am. PLEASE BE ON TIME.
Cell phones must be turned off and put away during the testing time from 7:45 am until the final collection of materials.
STUDENTS SHOULD BRING: #2 PENCILS, A CALCULATOR (there are no calculators available to loan/check out), AND THEIR STUDENT I.D.
STUDENTS CAN BRING A WATCH (no alarm or internet access), SNACK, WATER BOTTLE, EXTRA BATTERIES/BACKUP CALCULATOR.
NO CELL PHONES, LAPTOP, TIMER, SMARTWATCH, EARBUDS, BOOKS, HIGHLIGHTER, DICTIONARY, PENS OR MECHANICAL PENCILS, SCRATCH PAPER.
Of course, a healthy breakfast and a good night’s sleep is highly recommended!
SOPHOMORE ISAT TESTING INFORMATION:
Sophomore ISAT Day Information
Sophomores are to report to their assigned testing room with their school issued Chromebook by 7:45 am. PLEASE BE ON TIME.
Testing room location rosters will be posted before students arrive at on April 13
If a sophomore does not have a school issued Chromebook they are asked to check-out one from the library before Tuesday, April 13.
Students are asked to bring their own earbuds that are compatible with their Chromebook on testing day. There will be a limited number of earbuds for students who do not own a pair.
Students need to know their student ID number. If they do not have it memorized, they should make sure they have their student ID card with them.
Cell phones, smart watches, and other electronic devices must be turned off and put away during the testing time (7:45 am until the final testing is complete at approximately 12:30 pm).
STUDENTS ARE TO BRING:
Fully charged school issued Chromebook. (Please bring the charger too.)
Earbuds (Compatible with student Chromebook.)
Book to read and/or homework. (To have available when finished testing.)
Pen or pencil. (Scratch paper will be provided)
Small snack for the break
Of course, a healthy breakfast and a good night’s sleep is also recommended!
One of the pieces of Idaho’s new school accountability system is a parent survey. This survey asks for your input on several topics to help measure how our schools are doing in meeting your needs.
To access the survey, visit https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/184180/p30811
Then pick your student’s school from the drop-down menu. Please complete a survey for each school your child attends.
The survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete and your responses are anonymous. You can submit your survey up through April 1, 2022.
We will use these survey responses to identify opportunities to maximize satisfaction, engagement, and communication. Additionally, the state will report the results and the number of responses on Idaho’s new school report card (https://idahoschools.org/).
Thank you for participating in the survey. If you have any questions, please contact your school’s Principal.
The school will be recognizing three distinguished alumni this spring. Please nominate an alumnus who has demonstrated personal, professional, or civic accomplishments since graduating from Capital High School.
MAKE-A-WISH FOR SAM
Capital and our community raised $11,822 for the Make-A-Wish foundation! The people from Make-A-Wish have told me we are the number one school in the state of Idaho to raise this much from a single event! We are the "gold" standard, and they are encouraging other schools to look at the things we are doing at Capital. Very cool!
Sam and his family also send their thanks. They were blown away by our student body at the assembly and our fundraising efforts. It was really special, and that's because of everyone here at Capital. THANK YOU for helping make this happen! I've attached some pictures of Sam from his visit this week, and a picture of him using his new laptop (thank you Math, Key Club, and ELA).
CAPITAL GRADUATION DATE
Capital Graduation date will be May 23rd at ExtraMile Arena, 7:00 pm
Please click on button for more information on Senior Cap & Gown Order Form
THE ART SOURCE GALLERY (ASG) EMERGING ARTIST SHOW
ELIZABETH ORLOVICH - ISAIAH 41:10
MAE STRAND - THE GIRL WHO KEPT HOPING
ANNA BROWN - THE CATCH
ANNA BROWN - WORK HARDER
1st Place - Business Solutions Project - Emily Edomondson and Michael Nguyen
1st Place - Career Development Project - Katelyn Carter
2nd Place -Financial Literacy Project - Delaney Jepson, Lisa Thompson, and Aiden King
We also won a school award for our Community Service work with Make-A-Wish! Thank you Capital!!
These kids had to make a project, write a 15-20 page report, and then present to judges. It was a lot of time and work, and they nailed it!!
FCCLA DISTRICT STAR COMPETITIVE EVENTS RESULTS
Last Friday February 11, 2022 the following students spent the day in Payette, Idaho presenting and competing at FCCLA District III STAR events.
Madison Honn competed in the Fashion Construction event earning a silver and first place standing moving onto State Competitive Events
Matasyn Rybar competed in the Teach & Train event earning a Gold, first place standing and moving onto State Competitive Events
Hailey Tschudy competed in the National Programs in Action, Community Service event earning a silver and moving onto State Competitive Events
CAPITAL HOSA REGIONALS - (2/12)
CHS HOSA competed in Regionals this weekend at Timberline. Regionals for us is a great time to be able to practice our skills to prepare for HOSA State in April.
Shayla Tran - 5th overall in Medical Terminology
Madison Deaver - 1st overall in Human Growth and Development
Hayden Parsons - 4th overall in Pathophysiology and 13th in Forensic Science (Team)
Lindsey Crandall - 1st overall in Medical Reading
Melina Mohammadi - 1st overall in Epidemiology and 1st in Forensic Science (Team)
Alekya Tanikella - 2nd overall in Pathophysiology and 1st in Forensic Science (Team)
Razmira Hamidovic - 3rd overall in Pharmacology and 6th overall in Pathophysiology
Sadia Abdulkadir - 3rd overall in Research Poster
DISTRICT THREE SOLO AND ENSEMBLE
- Woodwind Quintet (Presley McFaddan, Colin Fuhriman, Amaya Martinez, Charles Maness, and Albin Sendelbach) - 1st place and automatic state qualifier
- Brass Quintet (Payton Harrison, Bryson Baden, Ben Putman, Chris McKenzie, and Jeremiah Brooks) - 2nd place and automatic state qualifier
- Percussion Ensemble - (Sofia Buhler, Josh Engebritson, Adam Spiers, Jennay Edmondson, Isaac Davidson, Zahir Garibay, Bobby Morlan, Theo Cooper, Oliver De Beer, and Evan Lincoln) - 2nd place in percussion octet and percussion septet and automatic qualifiers for state
- Adam Spiers got 3rd place on snare drum and is the first alternate for state
- Sofia Bulher got 4th place on marimba and is the second alternate for state
- Chris McKenzie got 5th place on trombone and is the third alternate for state
A Capital Student may bring one non-Capital guest, with completion and approval of this form. Please click on button for more information.
ATTENDANCE OFFICE INFORMATION
Please remember that any absences not verified within 48 hours will result in a Truancy which could be followed by disciplinary action.
You can call absences in at 208-854-4493. Permits to leave must be called in to 208-854-4494 and Thank you Parents for giving us ample time to get those delivered to your students, it is much appreciated.
We highly encourage you to use the online Capital store to pay for all items. Click here to go to the Capital Online Store.
ITEMS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
Activity Card $30.00 - All Student Athletes are required to purchase an Activity Card.
Parking Permit $15.00 (Please bring: car registration, drivers license, car insurance and parking permit receipt to the Book Room)
2021 - 2022 Boise School District 1 to 1 Device Responsible Use and Non-Refundable Damage Deposit (Voluntary). Please click on button for more information
STUDENT PARKING PERMITS
Students parking at Capital must have a 2021-2022 parking permit present in vehicle. Parking Tickets will be issued to any vehicle parked at Capital that does NOT have a parking permit visible in vehicle.
Parking Permit $15.00 (Please bring: car registration, drivers license & proof of insurance to the bookroom. A parking permit will be issued to each student for one vehicle.)
Please do NOT park in numbered spots, those are reserved for Capital Staff. Please do NOT park in RESERVED PARKING SPOTS (marked with signs). You will be ticketed!
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SOCIAL WORKER SCOTT CRANDELL - SUPPORTING CAPITAL FAMILIES
If you need assistance with school supplies or other family needs upon your return to school contact Capital’s Social Worker Scott Crandell at email@example.com or 208-472-3478. You can also call our SAFE Hotline for assistance with groceries, laundry or medications before school starts at 208-472-2233
STUDENT SERVICES CAPITAL HIGH SCHOOL 2021-2022
Many questions can be addressed through email. If you have a quick question, please email first:
Mrs. Glouser (A-D) firstname.lastname@example.org 208-854-4513
Mr. Donnelly (E - LL) email@example.com 208-854-4500
Ms. Ayres (LM - RI) firstname.lastname@example.org 208-854-4511
Ms. Mesplay (RO- Z) email@example.com 208-854-4512
School Nurse Mrs. Howard firstname.lastname@example.org 208-854-4519
School Psychologist Mrs. Elliott (M/W/TH/F) email@example.com 208-854-6851
School Social Worker Mr. Crandell (M/TH) firstname.lastname@example.org 208-472-3478
Assistant & IDLA coordinator Mrs. Weems email@example.com 208-854-4499
College & Career Counselor Mrs. Cupps firstname.lastname@example.org 208-854-4517
Registrar Mrs.Rogers email@example.com 208-854-4516
STUDENT DROP OFF ZONE
Attention Parents & Students, the student drop off zone is in the East Parking lot.
Parents and Students will no longer be able to drop off/pickup students at the front of the School, due to continued issues with buses not being able to gain access to the bus pickup/drop off zone. Please help keep the drop off area running smoothly by pulling all the way up to the student entrance double doors near the south end of the east student parking lot.
Thank you for all your help with this matter