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School of Champions

February 11, 2019

WRESTLERS WIN INDIVIDUAL STATE TITLES

Congratulations to Stefana Jelacic, Zach Espalin, and Nathaniel Deasey, Wrestling State Champions in their weight classes! Thomas Bigelow and Eli Sobas also wrestled impressively and earned third place at State. Overall, the girls placed 3rd (1st year as an AIA sport) and boys placed 5th at State. Great job, wrestlers!

STUDENT ATHLETES SIGNING DAY

Last Wednesday, CHS hosted National Signing Day/Day of Recognition for 21 student athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent to participate in athletics at the collegiate level. CHS proudly welcomed back Paul Perkins, CHS Class of 2012, UCLA graduate, and current NY Giants Running Back, to share his collegiate experience with the Class of 2019 and guests. Congratulations, student athletes!

CHS Signing Day List

BASKETBALL RECOGNITION

Congratulations to the CHS Boys Basketball team for capturing the 2018-2019 Premier Region Championship. The Wolves begin their playoff journey, after completing an 18-7 regular season, on Thursday evening at home against Shadow Ridge. Chandler enters the 6A state tournament as the #3 seed. Thursday’s game will begin at 7:00pm, and it would be great to pack the House of Payne for some exciting playoff basketball. Congratulations on a great regular season, and good luck in the playoffs, gentlemen. Go Wolves!


In Girls Basketball news, Victoria Mason, CHS Junior, scored her 1,000th point last week! The Lady Wolves take on Chaparral this Wednesday at 7:00pm at Chaparral in the State tournament. Let’s hit the road and support the Lady Wolves this Wednesday!

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Victoria Mason

Last Week's Wins

    • Girls Basketball def. Dobson 63-35 (State Play-In Game) and Perry (JV 49-35

    • Girls Soccer def. Cibola (V 2-0, JV Tie 0-0) and Tucson Magnet 3-1 (State Play-In Game)

    Soccer Senior Night
    Girls Basketball

    THIS WEEK’S HOME EVENTS

      • Monday, Feb. 11th: Choir Pops Concert @ 7:00pm in the CCA Main; Doors open at 6:30pm with pre-concert performances begin soon after
      • Wed, Feb 13th: Girls Basketball vs Chaparral at Chaparral for Round 1 of playoffs @ 7 pm
      • Thurs, Feb 14th: Boys Basketball vs Shadow Ridge at home for Round 1 of playoffs @ 7 pm

      BLACK HISTORY MONTH SPIRIT WEEK

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      HERMANAS CONFERENCE

      Chandler High students attended the Hermanas: Design Your Future conference on Friday, February 8th. This conference was designed to introduce young Latina girls to STEM careers and majors in a fun and interactive way.


      Congratulations to Adamaris Lopez Morales and Anna Rocha for taking 1st and 2nd place in the Hermanas Challenge to select a historic female figure who has made a difference in our society through advances in science, work in social justice, or contributions to the economy, and describe/design an app that would have increased their successes and efforts.

      Hermana's Ad
      Hermana's Conference

      FFA Connections

      Knox Gifted Academy 3rd Graders visited the Chandler High Agriculture Facility last week. Knox students toured Chandler High FFA's greenhouses and learned about hydroponics and aquaponics systems. Students learned the anatomy of chickens and meat cuts of swine. Knox students also learned about capillary action in a Carnation lab.

      FRENCH CLASSES CELEBRATE LA CHANDELEUR

      In France, February starts with the celebration of Candlemas- la Chandeleur. The holiday fell on Saturday, February 2nd, and French classes celebrated by making crêpes during last week’s block days. Mrs. Bejarano prepared the batter and the students brought the fillings and toppings. Many students even made their own crêpes.

      STUDENTS TESTIFY IN FRONT OF SENATE ED COMMITTEE

      Tressa Stevenson and Elery Martin, CHS Seniors, testified on behalf of SB1099 (in support of Title 36 Youth Patriotic Organizations having access to promote/advertise in public schools) in front of the Senate Education Committee last week.

      CHS Students at Senate Education Committee

      PROJECT EGG DROP

      Alberto Esparza, President and CEO of the Si Se Puede Foundation, worked with ELD Level 1 and 2 students to study cost analysis, planning and implementation for Project Egg Drop. In addition to the drop, speakers for each group had to talk about related science terminology. Thank you, Mr. Esparza, for a fun and educational experience!

      CHINESE NEW YEAR FIELD TRIP

      Last Friday, all Chinese classes went to downtown Phoenix to attend the Chinese New Year Festival. The festival provided many exciting activities and performances that represented Chinese culture, such as the lion dance, a traditional Chinese dance, where two to several people dressed in colorful lion costumes dance to the beat of the drum. In addition, students saw Chinese souvenirs such as wooden fans, rice hats, jade jewelry, and sculptures of the twelve zodiac animals. They also saw name writing in Chinese calligraphy and enjoyed authentic Chinese food. Overall, this exciting Chinese New Year Festival is a long-awaited event for all Chinese language students!

      Chinese New Year Field Trip
      Chinese New Year Field Trip

      link crew applications

      Attention, current sophomores and juniors! It is now time to apply to be a part of the 2019-2020 Link Crew. Be a part of the group that gets to welcome our new freshmen to Chandler High. You must complete the Google Form Application and attend an interview BEFORE Friday, March 1st, to be considered.

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      SOFTBALL CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT

      Support CHS Softball Boosters by competing in their Cornhole Tournament. Click here for registration.

      Cornhole Ad

      CHANDLER FFA REUNION

      FFA Reunion Information
      FFA Reunion Information

      YEARBOOK

      The final yearbook order for the 2018-19 school year will be placed on Friday, February 22nd. To be guaranteed a yearbook, you must pay for it in the bookstore or at Jostensyearbook.com by next Friday. The price is currently $70.00 but will increase after February 22nd.

      MUSICAL SAVE THE DATE

      Les Miserables Flyer

      DUAL ENROLLMENT- SPRING SEMESTER

      If your student is taking a course for Dual Enrollment through CGCC for the Spring Semester and it is not a full year course, this Friday (February 8th) is the last day to add/drop or turn in registration forms. If your student needs a registration form, they can get one from their counselor. Chandler Gilbert Community College requires that the student/parent submit the form directly to them at the Dual Enrollment Office on their campus.


      Next Monday (February 11th) is the PAYMENT DEADLINE. Any students with unpaid tuition will be dropped without notice. If students owe tuition, after Tuition Assistance is awarded, the remaining balance must be paid or they must have signed up for the payment plan or they will be dropped without notice.


      Students should confirm that they are registered and have paid by checking their CGCC student account.

      ATTENTION: PARENTS OF FRESHMEN

      The IMPACT Chandler Scholars application is available on your student’s Infinite Campus Portal. IMPACT Chandler Scholars is an opportunity for your student to earn a scholarship. Please have your student review the criteria and accept the opportunity on their Infinite Campus Portal. The application closes on March 8, 2019. For more information on this program, please visit the Chandler Education Foundation website.

      Mindfulness

      Our High School Health and Wellness Program is encouraging students to learn to use MINDFULLNESS to cope with the stress and anxiety of life as a teenager and prevent the use of drugs and alcohol.


      Here are some MINDFULLNESS apps for teens:

      Stop, Breathe, and Think. Teens like this app because it opens with a short "interview" where the user selects several words to describe how they are feeling, and then the app recommends guided meditations for their current state.

      Smiling Mind. Designed for adolescents (and teens generally love anything with an Australian or British accent!)

      Take a Break! Not necessarily just for teens, but it provides short guided meditations for stress relief.


      Next time you are feeling stressed or anxious, consider giving one of them a try!


      For more information about our Health and Wellness Program at Chandler High School, contact the Prevention Coach, Sarah Hunter at 480-812-7709 or Project Staff Heather Dyke at 480-812-7983.

      COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER

      Chandler Education Foundation Scholarships are now open! Visit the CEF Scholarship site for more information on specific scholarships. Deadline to submit applications to Ms. Anderson in the Career Center is Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 2:30pm.

      Students are invited to sign up for the following presentations:

      · Cesar Chavez Leadership Institute information session: Tues, 2/12 @ 8:30am

      · Ottawa University (Surprise, AZ): Wed, 2/13 @ 8:30am

      · Grand Canyon University: Wed, 2/13 @ 9:30am

      · Chandler Gilbert Community College:Tues, 2/19 @8:45am

      · NAU: Wed, 2/20 @ 8:00am

      · Unitek EMT presentation: Wed, 2/27 @ 8:00am

      · Empire Cosmetology: 2/28 8:00am

      GIRLS STATE APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 15

      Each year, CHS selects two junior girls to represent our school at the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State program. This unique summertime leadership program focuses on teaching young people how to understand and appreciate the principles of a democratic society. Click here for more info and an application.

      PARENT AND TEEN PRESENTATION

      Parent and Teen Vaping Presentation Flyer

      ACT ACADEMY

      ACT Academy

      SAT ACADEMY

      SAT Academy

      UWE KIND IN CONCERT: A CONCERT FOR STUDENTS OF GERMAN, FRENCH AND SPANISH

      Concert Flyer

      CORE VALUE HIGHLIGHT

      CHS is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. The aim of all IB programs is to develop internationally-minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world.


      IB learners are “Knowledgeable”. They explore concepts, ideas and issues that have local and global significance. In so doing, they acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad and balanced range of disciplines.

      PATHWAY TO GRADUATION

      CHANDLER BOYS VOLLEYBALL SPRING CAMP

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      WOLF HOWL FUNDRAISER

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      IB FUNDRAISER

      IB Fundraiser
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      If you shopped at Chandler Fashion Center & The Boulevard Shops this holiday season, please remember to turn in your receipts and help CHS earn 20 points per dollar spent!


      SWEET DEAL! All receipts from stores listed below, dated and submitted between January 16 – February 28, will earn CHS 20 points per dollar spent!


      Ann Taylor, Bj’s Restaurant, Barnes and Noble, Bath and Body Works, The Cheesecake Factory, Coach, Helzberg Diamonds, House of Hoops, Kendra Scott, Lush, PACSUN, Pandora, Sephora, Skechers, Vans, Wetzel’s Pretzels.


      You can submit your receipts online 24/7 at the school cents website. If you do not need your receipts returned, you can drop them in the CHS collection box located on the Upper Level bridge near Barnes & Noble, or you can bring them to Mrs. Claudio in the front office. Thanks for supporting CHS’s Positive Referral program!

      NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY, FEB 18, DUE TO PRESIDENTS’ DAY HOLIDAY