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april 2, 2018

AZMERIT TESTING THIS WEEK

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BONUS PROGRAM INFO: Arizona requires all high school students to take AZ MERIT Exams in Math and English Language Arts (ELA) as well as the AIMS Science Exam. Performing well on these exams is very important and validates the academic performance of our students. Chandler High wants to encourage and recognize students who perform well on these exams by awarding them “BONUS” points onto their overall grade in the second semester for the class in which the exam was taken. For example, if you end the semester with an 82% in English, but score “proficient” on the AZ MERIT ELA Exam, your grade will be bumped to a 92% and you will earn an “A”. Below is a breakdown of the program. Bonus points cannot be used to pass a class if the student is failing at the end of the semester. Students in IB/AP classes can use either the AZ Merit Bonus Points or IB/AP Exam Bonus points but cannot use both.


AZ MERIT ELA (Reading and Writing)

Proficient and Highly Proficient – 10 points


Partially Proficient– 5 pts


AZ MERIT Math

Highly Proficient and Proficient -10 points Partially Proficient – 5 points


AIMS Science

Exceeds or Meets- 10 points

THEATRE TAKES ON DISNEY

CHS Theatre traveled to Disneyland over spring break to attend the Disney Performing Arts Workshops. They participated in the Recording Session workshop in which they recorded their voices to tracks from 2 Disney films and got to see their work on the big screen. They also participated in the Group Acting class in which they created and built a story with movement and learned that all theatre and Disney is rooted in storytelling. It was an amazing experience for all of the students! Upcoming CHS Theatre Performances: Mr. CHS 4/5 7PM CCA $5, Q4 Showcase 5/2 7PM CCA, Senior Recitals 5/10 7PM

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recent WINS

  • Boys Tennis def. Shadow Ridge (V 7-2, JV 6-1) and Desert Ridge (V 5-4)
  • Girls Tennis def. Shadow Ridge (V 5-4, JV 8-1) and Red Mountain (V 5-4)
  • Baseball def. Gilbert (F 15-0)
  • Softball def. Tucson (V 6-3) and Paradise Valley (V 12-2)
  • Boys Volleyball def. Mountain Pointe (V 3-0), Higley (JV 2-0), Marcos de Niza (V 3-0) and Hamilton (V 3-0)

THIS WEEK’S HOME EVENTS

  • Mon, April 2nd: Girls Tennis vs Desert Vista @ 3:30 pm
  • Tues, April 3rd: Boys Tennis vs Skyline @ 3:30 pm; Frosh/JV Baseball vs Basha @ 4 pm; Varsity Softball vs Basha @ 4 pm; Boys Volleyball vs Basha: JVB @ 3:30 pm, JV @ 4 pm, Varsity @ 5 pm
  • Wed, April 4th: Incoming Freshman Athletic Information Night @ 6:00 in the CCA
  • Thurs, April 5th: Girls Tennis vs Mountain View @ 3:30; Varsity Baseball vs Basha @ 4 pm; Frosh/JV Softball vs Basha @ 4 pm; Boys Volleyball vs Sandra Day O’Connor: JV @ 4 pm, Varsity @ 5 pm; Mr. CHS @ 7 pm in CCA Bogle
  • Fri, April 6th: Varsity Baseball vs Hamilton @ 4 pm; Frosh/JV Softball vs Hamilton @ 4 pm

INCOMING FRESHMAN ATHLETIC INFO NIGHT

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MR. CHS TO BE CROWNED THIS WEEK

This Thursday CHS Theatre will present the annual Mr. CHS pageant. CHS guys will be competing against each other in the categories of Title Wear, Swim Wear, Evening Wear, Talent, and, of course, the Interview question for prom-related prizes and to be crowned Mr. CHS. Come on out and cheer on your favorite contestant this Thursday, April 5 @ 7PM in the CCA Bogle Theater! Tickets are $5 at the door.

PROM GUEST PASSES DUE FRIDAY

Student Council is proud to present this year’s Prom, The Great Gatsby, on Saturday, April 14th, from 8:00-11:00 pm at Villa Sienna in Gilbert. Tickets are now on sale for $55. The price will increase on April 10th. Also, any CHS student who is not a junior or senior, along with non-CHS students, must have a guest pass turned in to Mrs. Templeton’s office by this Friday, April 6th. Guest passes can be found in the bookstore and at the receptionist desk.

2018 CHS TEACHER OF THE YEAR NOMINATION FORM

It is time to formally recognize great teachers by nominating them for the 2018 CHS Teacher of the Year (TOY) Award! Nominations will be taken through this Friday, April 6th. The CHS TOY criteria aligns with the Arizona Educational Foundation’s (AEF) Teacher of the Year criteria, and ultimately, the CHS TOY will submit the AEF TOY application to be in the running for Arizona Teacher of the Year. Two years ago, Ms. Lori Lyford, CHS Choir Director, was named an Arizona Top 5 Teacher/Ambassador of Excellence.


You can nominate the teacher of your choice by utilizing the nomination form.


Thanks for helping us recognize all of Chandler High’s terrific teachers! The CHS TOY will be announced later this spring.

AUTO CLUB CAR SHOW

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APRIL 11TH IB MYP PERSONAL PROJECT SHOWCASE

Over 100 10th grade students have completed the requirements for the IB Middle Years Program which include a Personal Project. We will be showcasing their projects all day on Wednesday, April 11th in the foyer of the CCA. Each of the inquiry-based projects falls under one of the IB MYP Global Contexts: Identities and Relationships; Orientation in Space and Time; Personal and Cultural Expression; Scientific and Technical Innovation; Globalization and Sustainability; Fairness and Development.


The showcase will continue in the evening beginning at 5:30pm followed by an MYP Completion Ceremony at 6pm in the Recital Hall. All IB MYP students who have completed the academic, service and project components of the MYP will be receiving a CHS Academic Letter. Parents and community members are invited to join us in recognizing these students for their work above and beyond the minimum requirements.

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DANCE CONCERT “SAVE THE DATE”

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FREE SAT/ACT PRACTICE TEST

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14TH ANNUAL CHANDLER FOOTBALL CLASSIC

April 21, 2018

San Marcos Golf Course

100 N. Dakota St.

Chandler, AZ 85225


Shotgun Start: 7:30am

Check in begins at 6:30am


Come join us for the 14th Annual Chandler Football Golf Classic at San Marcos Golf Course, April 21, 2018! All golfers 21+ are welcome and spectators too! There will be a silent auction and raffle with many amazing prizes. All proceeds benefit the Chandler High Wolves Football Team. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Game day contests include: Best Score (Foursome), Hole in One, Longest Drive (Men / Women), and Closest to the Pin.


Four Person Scramble Format

Registration Deadline: April 4, 2018



For pricing, visit the CHS football website. For questions or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Marnie Stewart at 520-603-2191 or send an email to golftournament@chswolvesfootball.com

PARENT PRESENTATIONS

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AP/IB TESTING SCHEDULE

May is the month for Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) testing. Please see the testing dates calendar for specific info on dates, times, and locations.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER

All college presentations will take place in the CHS College and Career Center, unless otherwise specified. Students should sign up outside the CHS College and Career Center to attend a presentation. Students will receive a pass in class on the day of the presentation.


Northern Arizona University- Junior Presentation on Thursday, April 5 @ 12:30 pm

Grand Canyon University - Junior Presentation on Tuesday, April 10 @ 8:30 am University of Alabama – Junior Presentation on Wednesday, April 11 @ 10:00 am

CRAS/Conservatory of Recording and Sciences – Presentation on Thurs., April 12 @ 11:00 am

Toni & Guy – Junior & Senior Presentation on Friday, April 20th @ 11:00 am

University of Utah – Junior/Senior Presentation on Wednesday, April 25 @ 11:36. .

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP INFO

Sun Lakes Rotary Club “Service Above Self” Scholarship - This scholarship is for seniors who “do things for other people expecting nothing in return.” Each scholarship is $2,000 and applications are due to Ms. Jaramillo in the College and Career Center by April 4, 2018. Stop by the College and Career Center for an application.


The Otto and Edna Neely Foundation Scholarship-This scholarship is for seniors who want to obtain a college education or technical training. Each scholarship is in the amount of $3,000 per academic year and is for four consecutive years or until the student graduates. CHS will nominate one senior for this scholarship. See Ms. Jaramillo in the College and Career Center for applicant qualifications and application information. Applications, along with letters of recommendation and financial information are due to Ms. Jaramillo by April 16, 2018.

Visit the College and Career Center website for additional info on scholarships, contests and programs.

SCHOLARSHIP REPORTING

Seniors, please keep track of ALL scholarships/offers you have received, even if you are attending a different school or using only one scholarship/offer. Please attach a copy of all scholarships/offer letters to the Scholarships Offered Form. You must star * the scholarship/offer you are accepting. Please turn in this form to Ms. Jaramillo in the College and Career Center on or before April 14th.

SENIOR CAP AND GOWN

Parent/Guardians & Seniors – if you have not yet purchased your cap and gown for graduation, you will have one last chance to do so by April 13, 2018. Jostens will be onsite at Chandler High School on April 6, 2018 to deliver the graduation announcements and take orders, or you can place your order by calling 1-800-JOSTENS or going to www.jostens.com.

PATHWAY TO GRADUATION

Parent/Seniors – The 2018 Graduation Booklet was mailed before intersession. If you do not receive it, it can also be found on the CHS Web site at the following link: Important Graduation Information. Please read it carefully as it contains all the important information you need to know about graduation.


For key dates to remember and other important information about graduation, visit the information for seniors page on the CHS website.