Capital High Newsletter


PSAT Schedule for 10/10/2018

PSAT Day Bell Schedule

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

(Juniors & Sophomores)

8:20 Juniors and sophomores report to assigned testing locations*

Pre-Administration Activities and Procedures

8:50 Begin Reading Test (60 min.)

9:50 Break (5 minutes)

9:55 Begin Writing & Language Test (35 min.)

10:30 Begin Math Test - No Calculator (25 min.)

10:55 Break (5 min)

11:00 Begin Math Test - With Calculator (45 min)

11:45 Collect testing materials

11:56 Dismiss for Lunch

12:36-1:23 5th Period

1:28-2:15 6th Period

2:20-3:07 7th Period

*(Please see student test location rosters on bulletin board outside of main office.)

PSAT Day Bell Schedule

Wednesday, October 10, 2018


11:00 Mandatory Senior Graduation & Class Meeting (Auditorium)

  • Seniors enter (5 minutes)

  • Welcome and Introduction (Ms. Winters)

  • Josten’s Graduation Presentation (Jon Wilson) (30 min)

  • Senior Class Officers (1 min)

  • Senior Teacher “Finish Strong” Presentation (20 min)

11:56 Dismiss for Lunch

12:36-1:23 5th Period

1:28-2:15 6th Period

2:20-3:07 7th Period

National Merit Scholars Semi Finalists

National Merit Scholars Commended Scholars

Students & Staffulty of the Month

Students & Staffulty of the Month











Students & Staffulty of the Month

Students & Staffulty of the Month



ACTIVITIES: Alexis LaBronte

ACTS OF SERVICE: Kobe Clouthier

ARTS: Katie Nieto

ATHLETICS: Jordyn Walhof

ATTENDANCE: Hunter McHenry

ATTITUDE: George Bush

EAGLE PRIDE: Freddy Rwagasore


Capital's phone numbers

Main Office 854-4490

Counseling Office 854-4499

Attendance Office 854-4493

Attendance office PTL Line 854-4494


Attention Capital Parents:


If you need to call in an absence for the day or period, please call 208-854-4493 and leave a message on voicemail with your information and student’s information. If you need a return phone call, I will return it as soon as possible. The attendance office is a busy place and I appreciate your patience, thank you Capital Parents!


If you need your student to leave campus for any reason, they must have a permit to leave called in by a parent/guardian or emergency contact at

208-854-4494 -ONE HOUR before the release time. Our student assistants try their best to deliver these permits in a timely manner so please give them that time to do so. If a student leaves campus without a permit, they will be marked TRUANT and may have consequences to follow. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Memo to Parents Emergency Response Procedures

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Senior Formal Retakes

October 3rd from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Retake pictures will replace previous pictures

CHS Senior Yearbook Photo Requirements

All seniors get a photo taken with our official photographer during the in-school studio days so that there is a reserved spot on our layout. Dates are scheduled for September 5 with retakes on October 3. If students wish to replace that photograph with one taken by another photographer, the replacement photo must be emailed to by November 1, 2018.

The studio will provide everything needed for a professional, high quality photograph and will submit the picture to the yearbook staff. There will be no sitting fee, no charge for the yearbook photo submission and there will be the option to purchase more prints.

The studio will provide the tux jacket and shirt for boys and the drape for girls.

To help keep mistakes to a minimum, we post yearbook proof pages TWO TIMES in the hallway outside room 202. This usually happens in December and January. STUDENTS MUST CHECK THESE PROOF PAGES to confirm that we have their photo, name is spelled correctly and photo is placed in correct spot.

Using a different photographer? The following requirements must be followed:

Attire must be school appropriate and not in violation of dress code.

1. Send digital file to by Nov. 1.

2. Gentleman should have a black tux or suit jacket

3. Ladies’ attire should consist of a black drape. For modesty, covered shoulders and head coverings are acceptable.

4. No feathers, turtlenecks, or fluff.

5. No props (football, roses, etc.)

6. No hands.

7. Use a simple, uncluttered background. Use only soft, muted colors and avoid bright colors.

8. Do not use soft focus.

9. Make sure that the picture shows from mid-chest to the top of the head.

Questions? Email:

12th Annual Make-A-Wish

Please "Bring Change" to help Remmy go to Disney World. Miracle Minute (buckets passed around to collect change) during Homecoming Assembly and during Varsity Football game @ Dona Larson, game time is 7:00 pm

Homecoming Week 10/8 - 10/13

Homecoming Dance

Homecoming Dance

All grades are welcome to come to our Once Upon A Time homecoming dance!!

The dance will be held in the Capital Auxiliary Gym on October 13th from 7:30-10:00

Tickets will be sold for $10 at school during break and lunch the week before or $15 at the door

A student ID is required to enter the dance

Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 24th 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm

October 25th 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Report Cards and Map of Teacher's location will be handed out in the Lobby of the Main Gym.

No School

No School - October 26th

Thanksgiving Holiday Break

No School 11/19 - 11/23

Winter Holiday Break

No School 12/24 - 1/4

End of Semester Testing - Early Release

Dec. 18th

Semester Final for 0 hour 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Break 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Semester Final for 5th period 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Dec. 19th

Semester Final for 1st period 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Break 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Semester Final for 2nd period 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Dec. 20th

Semester Final for 3rd period 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Break 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Semester Final for 4th period 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Dec. 21st

Semester Final for 6th period 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Break 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Semester Final for 7th period 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Career Center Updates and Information

Dates to Remember:

October 1: FAFSA opens

October 2: Financial Aid Night at Capital High School, CHS Auditorium, 6:30 p.m. Learn the FAFSA process before doing the FAFSA.

Oct. 9*, 16, 23*: Career Center extended hours: 3:30-6:30 to assist with the FAFSA completion

* Spanish speakers will be available to help complete the FAFSA

Oct. 10: PSAT for all sophomores and juniors

Oct. 18: Navegando Adelante

Oct. 22: Christian College Fair: Tree City Church, 6-8 p.m.

Oct. 31: Boise National College Fair: Open 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. Expo Idaho

College Visits: All students are welcome to visit with the Representatives when they are here. All visits are in the Career Center.

Oct. 1: University of Southern California (9:37, Break)

College of Western Idaho (11:41, Lunch)

Oct. 3: University of Puget Sound (10:02, Break)

Oct. 5: The George Washington University (11:41, Lunch)

Oct. 8: University of Rochester (9:37, Break)

Pacific University (Oregon) (11:41, Lunch)

College of Western Idaho (11:41, Lunch)

Montana Tech (3:07)

Oct. 9: University of Utah School of Business (9:37, Break)

Idaho State University (11:41, Lunch)

Oct. 15: College of Western Idaho (11:41, Lunch)

Oct. 16: University of Idaho (11:41, Lunch)

Linfield College (3:07)

Oct. 22: Multnomah University (3:07)

Oct. 24: Corban University (10:02, Break)

Oct. 29: Aveda (11:41, Lunch)

Washington State (3:07)

Oct. 30: Northern Arizona University (9:37, Break)

Portland State University (9:37, Break)

Montana State University (11:41, Lunch)

University of Oregon (11:41, Lunch)

Cornish College of the Arts (3:07)

FAFSA Information:

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) opens on October 1. Families of students going on to college (2-year, 4-year, Career-Technical, etc.) are strongly encouraged to complete the FAFSA, whether you think you qualify or not. There are scholarships at many colleges that require the FAFSA to be completed, not necessarily that you qualify for any need-based aid.

If your family has never completed a FAFSA, I especially encourage you to come to the Information Night on Oct. 2!

Last year, Capital had over 60% of our students complete a FAFSA. This year I hope for even more students to be completers!!

I will give a $5 Dutch Bros. gift card to students that show me they have submitted their FAFSA. Students can bring in proof on their phone or printed out SAR (Student Aid Report).

I will also be helping families by staying late on Tuesdays. From 3:30-6:30, I will be here with assistance from college representatives, assisting families with their FAFSA. See schedule above.

If you cannot make it on a Tuesday, please contact me and we can make arrangements for another date and time!

Things you will need to complete the FAFSA:

  1. Set up your FSAID (federal student aid I.D.)

  2. Social Security number or Alien Registration #

  3. Driver’s License

  4. 2017 Income tax form, with W-2’s

Boise National College Fair

On Oct. 31, over 100 colleges and universities will come to the Boise Expo Idaho to talk with our students. Juniors in the Boise School District will be taken to the Fair during the day. Parents and other grades are welcome any time as well; however there is an evening session that we encourage students and their parents to attend in order to get in quality conversations with the college representatives. Stay tuned for more information.

College Application Days at Capital

In October seniors will be completing college applications through their American Government class. It’s a chance for all students to know that they can go to college and that filling out an application isn’t so difficult. Each class will come to the Career Center where we will complete the Apply Idaho application, one application for all Idaho colleges and universities, including NNU and the College of Idaho. Students will request their transcripts and complete or begin the application for the Opportunity Scholarship, sponsored by the State Board of Education.

Seniors should be receiving in the mail soon a letter from the State Board of Education notifying them of their pre-acceptance to colleges and universities in Idaho, seniors need to apply but will be admitted to the colleges and universities that are in their letter. Seniors must complete all required materials that are requested as a follow up by the colleges. So, it’s important for students to read their emails from the colleges they apply to!

Be watching the mail for this letter!

Fall Drama Show

October 17th, 18th, 22nd & 23rd.

7:00 pm @ Capital Auditorium

$5.00 General Admission

Choir News

Capital Singers will be performing at the Drug Free Idaho Celebration on Monday, October 22 on the steps of the Capitol Building at noon.

Fall Choir Concert - October 30th - 7:00 pm Capital Auditorium

Band News

The Band will be travel to Pasco, Washington to compete in the Southeastern Washington Cavalcade of Band on October 6th. They will also be competing locally on October 20 at Vallivue High School and October 27th at Boise State University!

Orchestra Concert

November 13th - 7:00 pm Capital Auditorium

Occupational Prep Class Receives Grant

Great News!

The Occupational Prep class is excited to announce that we received a $1000 Community Grant from our local Walmart Neighborhood Store. This is the third year in a row Walmart has generously partnered with us in helping us provide community and job experiences for our students.

second quarter drivers ed at CHS starts Oct. 23rd.

CHS Lunch Sports

Meet in the aux gym every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for casual basketball, volleyball, soccer, and other sports! Rules and regulations are available at this link. The calendar for events is available at this link. Email with questions.

Boy's Basketball Tryouts

Boy's Basketball Tryouts will be Friday, November 9th and Saturday, November 10th.

Please make sure you have all paperwork turned in before tryouts. Players with incomplete paperwork will not be able to participate.

All Freshmen and Juniors (and transfer students) need an updated Physical on file.

If you need more information, please contact Coach Moore in Room 247 or via email at:

Go Eagles!

Sportsware Information

Before participating in any practice or game, student-athletes must complete the required documents required by the Boise School District and the Idaho High School Activities Association.

Blank Physical Form

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