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School of Champions

TRACK AND FIELD TAKES 2ND AT STATE

CHS Boys and Girls Track and Field competed in the State Championships this weekend and are State Runners Up. Congratulations to the following athletes who won Individual State events and are State Champs in Track and Field:

  • 100: S'Niyah Cade, Chandler 11.84
  • Discus: Amar Elmore, Chandler 190-8
  • 4X100: Chandler: Sammie Hunter, Geramiah Flunder, Otis Knapper, Michael King 41.78
Track Athletes

Finals Schedule

REGULAR Block Schedule (1,3,5) - SENIOR FINALS – Thursday, May 19, 2022

Includes classes that have seniors combined with other grades, i.e., 11, 10, 9.


REGULAR Block Schedule (2,4,6) - SENIOR FINALS – Friday, May 20, 2022

Includes classes that have seniors combined with other grades, i.e., 11, 10, 9.

FINAL EXAM 0 HOUR BOTH DAYS.


Modified Block Schedule (1,3,5) FINALS - GRADES 9 THRU 11 – Wednesday, May 25, 2022

0 Hour – 6:30 a.m. to 7:20 a.m.

Period 1 – 7:25 a.m. to 8:52 a.m.

Period 3 – 9:02 a.m. to 10:29 a.m.

Period 5 – 10:38 a.m. to 12:05 p.m.


Modified Block Schedule (2,4,6) FINALS - GRADES 9 THRU 11 – Thursday, May 26, 2022

0 Hour – 6:30 a.m. to 7:20 a.m.

Period 2 – 7:25 a.m. to 8:52 a.m.

Period 4 – 9:02 a.m. to 10:29 a.m.

Period 6 – 10:38 a.m. to 12:05 p.m.

WOLVES BASEBALL ADVANCES TO FINALS

Chandler Baseball defeated Perry again on Saturday to move into the State finals against Hamilton. Come out to Tempe Diablo Stadium on Tuesday at 7:00pm to cheer on the Wolves to victory!


Championship Pricing:
$15.00 Adults; $7.50 Students with High School ID; Children five and under admitted free.


Buy your tickets at the Go Fan Link below.

CHS Baseball
Wolves Baseball

CHoir Concert tonight

We invite all to enjoy the most upbeat pop-jazz-show choir concert of the year! Enjoy songs from Adele, One Direction, Rihanna, Fugees, and many more! Hope to see you there!


Free Admission

Chandler Center of the Arts


Live stream shareable link also available below.

Choir Flyer

HONORS SCHOLAR CELEBRATION

Congratulations to the 750 students with a 3.5 GPA and involvement in honors/AP/IB courses. They participated in last Thursday’s lunchtime celebrations and received their coveted Honors Scholar t-shirts. Excellent work, Wolves!

MAY SIGNING DAY

Last week, fifteen more student athletes signed National Letters of Intent to compete at the collegiate level, bringing the number up to 36 CHS students this school year: Congratulations to the following:

Signees
Signing Day

Wolf Howl Senior Issue

Your CHS Wolf Howl is proud to present the 2022 Senior Issue, celebrating all things Class of 2022! Check it out (including 4 collectible covers!) and our other stories and reporting from this year on chandlerwolfhowl.com.

PAYPAL SHOWS APPRECIATION

Congratulations to Mr. Steve Vaught for being recognized by PayPal for his commitment to excellence working with students as a teacher, mentor, and coach. Coach Vaught was nominated by a parent for his work in the science classroom as well as on the football field.

END-OF-YEAR PERFORMANCES

The Chandler Center of the Arts has been hopping with CHS’s end-of-year concerts. Congratulations to all of the students who are performing for the last time for the school year, and kudos to seniors for their final performances. Well done!

End of Year Performances

CHANDLER CARE CLOSET

Chandler High, Sun Lakes Rotary, and Classy Closets teamed up this year to open the Chandler Care Closet for students and families to visit and receive resources. Wolves and their families will be able to obtain clothing items, shoes, hygiene, food, school supplies, cleaning items, etc. If you would like to donate shoes (dress and sneakers), shoe racks, travel Kleenex, cleaning products, laundry detergent, new pillows, packages of socks and underwear, etc., please drop items off in the front office care of Sarah Hunter. Thank you for your support!

OPERATION BACK TO SCHOOL

Operation Back to School

POLICE YOUTH ACADEMY SUMMER PROGRAM

Officer Dieu and the Chandler Police Department would like to encourage parents to sign their students up for the Police Youth Academy this summer break. The Academy is a one-week program for youth between the ages of 12-17. It provides an opportunity for the youth to learn about various jobs and functions within the Chandler Police Department. Officers from the Traffic Unit, Patrol Division, Bike Team, K-9, Community Resources, SWAT, Crime Scene Investigators, Training Unit and more will instruct students. Students get involved with hands-on activities which provide them with a valuable learning experience and insight into police procedures, such as use of force, forensics, crime scene investigation and much more. The Youth Academy was developed to provide awareness and understanding of the role of law enforcement. The goal of the Youth Academy is to foster relationships that will bridge the gaps between law enforcement and youth while exposing them to a possible future career in law enforcement.


There is no charge for the Academy and lunch is provided. Space is limited and parents must register their child.


The two different sessions of the Academy are as follows with the date when registration opens:

  • Registration for May 31 – June 3 will open on May 2nd at 9 am
  • Registration for June 27 – June 30 will be available on May 17th at 9 am.

SUMMER SCHOOL INFO

Enrollment in summer school is for students who wish to:


● recover credit from a class they failed, repeat a class for grade replacement/GPA improvement.

● EVIT students who need to make room in their schedule.

● take a class to make room for another elective in their schedule (discuss with Counselor for approval first.

● accelerate by taking a class early (discuss with Counselor for approval first).


Click the link below for information on dates, enrollment, location, cost, and more.

EVIT Busses

Beginning on Monday, April 11, all EVIT Busses will pick up and drop off in the bus lane, which is located in the north parking lot in front of the CHS pool. EVIT Busses will no longer pick up and drop off behind the Chandler Center for the Arts.

MODAZZ DANCE AUDITIONS

Modazz Audition Flyer

IMPORTANT INFO ABOUT CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION

It won’t be long and graduation will be here!


We are looking forward to the graduation ceremonies scheduled this year on Thursday, May 26th, 2022, at 8:00p.m. on Austin Field. Due to capacity restrictions at Austin Field and with safety at the forefront of all our planning, we will need to limit the number of family members for each graduating senior to seven guests this year.


For important graduation information, please check out our CHS Web site throughout the year so you don’t miss out on any important information to prepare for the big day! You can find all the latest graduation information at this link: Important Graduation Information All the key dates and details are available at this link: Pathway to Graduation


Chandler Unified School District enforces a clear bag policy for those attending events on campus. Therefore, guests at graduation may bring one clear bag, which can be any size, in addition to a small purse for privacy that can be no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”. Thank you for your cooperation!

CLASS OF 2022 SENIOR PANORAMIC PHOTO AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE ORDERING

We are very excited to let you know that our seniors can now place their online orders for the Class of 2022 Senior Panoramic Photo.

Panoramic Photo

(This is a proof only for sample purposes. Actual photo size is approximately: 10” x 36”)

Ordering is very easy and is available NOW!

Order online at Goldbeck Co. at this link: https://goldbeckcompany.net/covid19

The cost is only $30 for the large laminated panoramic photo and includes taxes. Shipping is extra.

Check out the flyer for more pricing information at this link: Senior Panoramic Photo

GETTING A JUMP START ON DUAL ENROLLMENT

It’s time to prepare for the 2022-2023 school year, and for many students, that may mean Dual Enrollment through Chandler-Gilbert Community College.


· Get an early start on your college education

· Students earn high school and college credits at the same time

· The credits are part of the 22 credits that are required to meet high school graduation requirements

· The courses are taught on the high school campus by college-approved high school teachers

· Only identified period/hours are DE eligible to receive college credit

· Tuition is $85.00 per credit. Maricopa Grant (Tuition Assistance) available


For more information, email yocelyn.gomez.garcia@cgc.edu or stop by the career center before/after school and/or during lunch hour.

NETTUTOR AVAILABLE TO ALL STUDENTS

The NetTutor Tutoring Program is accessible 24-7 on demand for all students. Click the links below for more information.

ALL ABOUT CHS!

Wolf Bytes, CHS’s weekly e-newsletter, is a great way to stay connected. Go here to subscribe: Subscribe to Wolf Bytes Here!


Call 480-812-7970 to schedule a small group tour of Arizona’s “Most Beautiful Public High School”, per Architectural Digest, and learn about the great programs CHS has to offer.

CHS is Arizona’s only nine-time A+ School of Excellence for a reason! Come check us out!


· 105 International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP) and Honors courses available

· Award-winning Fine Arts and CTE Programs

· Award-winning AFJROTC Program

· AVID College Prep Elective at every grade level

· Numerous Athletic Team and Individual State Championships

· 90 clubs and extra-curricular activities

· “Most Diverse Public High School in AZ” (Niche.com)

Old Main Sketch

COLLEGE APPLICATION WORKSHOPS

ATTN: Seniors who are interested in attending CGCC or any of the Maricopa Community Colleges: Ms.Yozzy will be hosting application workshops for our graduating class of 2022 every Thursday during lunch time, afterschool and/or by appointment in the CHS Career Center. For any questions, email: yocelyn.gomez.garcia@cgc.edu.

PURA VIDA STYLE BRACELETS ARE BACK

Pura Vida Bracelets

IB Fundraisers

Papa John's Fundraiser

TAX CREDIT DONATIONS

Interested in making a tax credit donation to help students become involved in fun, meaningful, and life-enhancing activities?


Arizona law ARS 43-1089.01 enables taxpayers a tax credit contribution of up to $400.00 per calendar year if filing status is Married, filing Joint Return; $200.00 per calendar year if filing status is Single or Head of Household; and, $200.00 per calendar year if filing status is Married filing separate return — for contributions that fund extracurricular activities in public schools. A tax credit is a full refund, not a deduction.

Contributions eligible for a tax credit are donated directly to schools, not to the state or the school district.

CHANDLER CARE CENTER INFORMATION