Process & Procedures for CHHS/NGC

Updates

The Finish Line is Near!

Longhorn Parents and Students,


The end of the school year is near. We do hope that you are all staying healthy and safe. The following are some academic reminders about student grades. Please make sure to review the reminders carefully, and if you have questions, do not hesitate to contact me, one of the administrators, your student's counselor, or your student's teacher.


Seniors: The final day for Credit recovery is May 22!


Underclassmen: No new assignments after May 15. The teacher will continue to contact students, hold office hours, and assist students toward success through May 22

Graduation Attire and Expectations

Graduates:

  • Report to the school at your assigned time ( refer to the email from the district)
  • All school rules apply


Dresscode:

Females are expected to dress in a blouse and skirt or dress slacks or a dress and shoes. This is not the time to wear heels if you are not used to walking in them!

No jeans or shorts may be worn.


Males are expected to wear shirts (recommendation of dress shirt and tie), dark pants, and shoes. No jeans or shorts may be worn.


Decorating caps and gowns is prohibited. ( NOT ALLOWED)


Inspection shall be conducted before the processional. Those students in violation shall be summarily removed from the program participation. All policies relating to student conduct that are applicable in the school shall remain in force until the end of all commencement activities.


Participation in a commencement program shall be voluntary.

Senior Updates

I have received some questions from parents regarding outstanding fees (i.e. library book fees, outstanding breakfast & lunch fees, club, etc.). Seniors will not be allowed to participate in graduation ceremonies if they have any outstanding fees. Closing outstanding balances is an important part of ending the school year so I thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

Lunch Fees

You can review and pay lunch balances by using the link below :


https://www.mypaymentsplus.com/welcome

Senior Refund Breakdown



We are providing you with the breakdown on how your funds were applied to the activities, t-shirt, and yearbook we had already attended. There may be some changes in the original prices due to company increases and the cost for transportation. This also includes how the remaining funds would have been applied towards Prom, and other activities. It was stated at the beginning of the year that there would be no refunds on any activity that your scholar chooses not to attend.


I hope this answers your questions and concerns. If you have any further questions or concerns, please let us know.



Senior ($400) Package Pricing

T-Shirt$15

Yearbook $65

Paintball $55

Lock-In $75

TOTAL SPENT: $210



ACTIVITIES BEING REFUNDED:

Prom $80

Field Day $60

Luncheon $35

Skateland $15

REFUND TOTAL $190

Hybrid Graduation- Message from Dr. Hudson

Earlier this week, school districts in Dallas County received a letter from County Health Authority Director, Philip Huang, strongly discouraging indoor and outdoor graduations. We are still exploring ways we could do an in-person graduation in a safe way, but we have a robust “Plan B” in place – a hybrid graduation ceremony.


A hybrid graduation ceremony is a compilation of scholars in small groups filmed individually giving their graduation speeches and accepting their diplomas. This complies with the Governor’s Executive Orders and guidance from state and local public health officials. A full edited video will be released to the public via a link on chisd.net and the District’s YouTube channel on Thursday, June 25, 2020.


The District is going to great lengths logistically to make this happen so that our seniors will have something both memorable and safe. The videos will be filmed on May 26 and 27 for both Cedar Hill and Collegiate High Schools.


An email was sent out today to the parents and scholars of the Class of 2020, which provided the details of the hybrid graduation. If we could wave a magic wand and return to normalcy, we would because it is a very difficult time for seniors. We hope they find comfort in knowing, as Winston Churchill once said, “This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” Brighter days and future achievements lie ahead for our seniors!

Senior News: CHHS Yard Sign , Cap and Gown, Cord Pick-UP, and a Token of Appreciation from the CHHS Admin

Monday, May 18th, 10am-2pm

1 Longhorn Boulevard

Cedar Hill, TX

If you owe a balance for your cap and gown, this needs to be paid in full to Jostens in order for you to pick it up. Contact the Jostens representative below.


Brad Golden

Jostens Arlington Office Staff
2016 E. Randol Mill Rd
Suite 401
Arlington, TX 76011
817-461-6837


brad.golden@jostens.com



You will drive around to the main entrance of CHHS and REMAIN IN YOUR VEHICLE

CHISD Property Return

All CHISD property from NGC and CHHS will be returned to Cedar Hill HS including books, CTE Uniforms, Choir Uniforms Instruments, and District issued technology.


Staff will be available on the following dates at Cedar Hill HS

Friday, May 22, 9 am to 12 pm

Saturday, May 23, 9 am to 12 pm


* See below for door locations

CHISD Property Return

Friday, May 22nd, 9am-12pm

1 Longhorn Boulevard

Cedar Hill, TX

Band/Orchestra Instruments- Door #2A


Choir Concert Uniforms- Door #2B

District Issued Technology Device and Textbooks - Door #1 ( Main Entrance)


Any CTE Uniforms-Door #1 ( Main Entrance)


* Failure to return all material will generate a hold

CHISD Property Return

Saturday, May 23rd, 9am-12pm

1 Longhorn Boulevard

Cedar Hill, TX

Band/Orchestra Instruments- Door #2A


Choir Concert Uniforms- Door #2B

District Issued Technology Device and Textbooks - Door #1 ( Main Entrance)


Any CTE Uniforms-Door #1 ( Main Entrance)


* Failure to return all material will generate a hold