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Vol. 3 Edition 6

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Week At a Glance - September 14th - 18th

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL EVENTS ON OUR PUBLIC CALENDARS!


Monday - September 14th

Picture day for all students and staff!

3rd Period CC


Tuesday - September 15th

4th Period CC

6pm - Volleyball vs. GHS (Senior Night)


Wednesday - September 16th

5th Period CC

5pm - Swim & Dive Team vs. WCHS


Thursday - September 17th

9am - Special Olympics (Gym, Fields)

6th Period CC

6pm - Volleyball @ PHS

7pm - JV Football @ FHS


Friday - September 18th

Senior Coronation Day - SENIORS WEAR CLASS COLOR (BLUE), SENIOR MASK & CROWNS!

1st Period CC

Progress Reports available via MyStudent

7pm - Varsity Football vs. PHS (Senior Night)

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Student Howl-Outs!

Jordyn Yillik

Aniyah Ankers

Ivan Echevarria

Jovan Duckworth

Alijah Whitlow

Noah Rader

Aimee Elliot

Amelia Sibbio

Gabriela Yepes

Ashley Usoro

Zack Dakin

Valeria Carreno-Parraga

Peyton Petry

Nyani Lyons

Willie Ravenna

Josh Garcia

Matthew Hernandez

Addison Helwig

Joey Wilhelm

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Staff Howl-Outs!

Angel Ramirez

Jessica Heck

Jake Franzese

Rachel Floyd

Carol Donald

Dory Newberry

Hugh Herndon

Ashley Rivera

Jerrell Hardy

Cody Swoboda

Deniz Birinci

Mike Johnson

Ariel Manning

Julissa Fernandez

Karie Kwiat

Jennifer Welling

Robin Hawk

INTRODUCING...

FREE Breakfast & Lunch for ALL Students 9/14 through 12/31!

  • Beginning Monday, September 14, students who are attending brick and mortar will receive free meals from the cafeteria regardless of their current status. Students will still need to provide their student ID number at the point of sale. Each student is eligible for one free breakfast and lunch daily. Any items selected outside of the offered meal(s) will be charged a la carte pricing.
  • We encourage families to continue to fill out Free and Reduced Meal Applications if their financial situation changes because when this waiver ends the status (free, reduced, paid ) will resume. In addition, there are other benefits that students receive from their status.
  • Monday, September 14 – Thursday, September 17 - curbside distribution will remain daily at your designated site’s time, but meals will now be free.
  • On Friday, September 18, we will serve a week’s worth of meals (breakfast and lunch) curbside to mySchoolonline students, quarantined students, and children in the community 18 years and under (includes Pasco e-School students). This will be at all school sites per state guidance and we will keep the same times already established for curbside feeding. After this point, curbside meal distribution will be once a week on Fridays. FNS selected Fridays because it is in line with produce deliveries and will ensure students are provided food soon after delivery.

Senior Coronation Day!!!

We will be having our "Senior Coronation" on Friday, 9/18, since we were unable to do Junior Takeover at the end of last year!

  • Each senior will receive a C/O 2021 mask and a crown. We would like for you to wear them on Friday, 9/18! We encourage you to decorate your crown with our senior color (BLUE) and anything else to represent who you are. This must be school appropriate!
  • Students are encouraged to wear their school color, blue, on the 18th for this senior coronation!


If you do not have an English class on campus, you can see Mrs. Adley in room #1-208 or Ms. Vaccaro in room #1-215B for pick up.


MySchool Online students may pick up their crown/mask in the front office starting, Tuesday 9/15 until Friday, 9/18. Please feel free to decorate your crown and wear it through your distance learning zoom calls. Take pictures to share! :)

Are you Teaching your Child to Drive?

We support our students who are learning to drive, and support you teaching them! If your have a child with a restricted license and they are practicing their driving skills to and from school with you in the car, please DO NOT ENTER OUR CAR LINE! Please park in the very back of our Student Parking lot in the spaces nearest the Basketball Courts. This allows us to have no hold up in our car line, and it allows for an easy and safe transition for you and your child.



To apply for a Student Driver Pass, CLICK HERE to access the Student Driver page. Look for the blue Student Driver application at the bottom of the page.

The ABC Program

In need of assistance? ABC and our Caring Coyotes can help. Please review the flyer below and complete the linked application by CLICKING HERE!

Mental Health Services

Did you know that CCHS is a Trauma Informed School? That means that we prioritize the mental health of our students & staff. Our goal is to get to the "why" behind behavior. To assist us in doing what is best for all students, we promote the use of our mental health services team. CLICK HERE to meet them!

Cypress Creek Conservatory of the Arts (CCCA)

Did you know that CCHS & CCMS form the CCCA or Conservatory of the Arts. We have a plethora of fine and performing arts courses at both schools that work together to create a seamless pathway of courses. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT CCCA!

We also look forward to working with PHSC after the iPAC is completed (Instructional Performing Arts Center) to offer DE courses to our CCHS students. Students will be able to take their fine and performing arts talents to the college level...just a few steps away from our campus! The iPAC will also offer basic DE courses like English, Math, Science & Social Studies!

The School Advisory Council (SAC)

There is still time to join the 2020 SAC committee. Our first meeting will be held virtually on Tuesday, September 29th at 7am. Please click on this link to join.

CCHS is a Gold Rated Florida PBIS Model School!

We are proud to announce that CCHS has been rated as a Gold level Florida PBIS Model School! We implement and follow through with a school-wide discipline plan, have school-wide expectations for all, and implement a school-wide Positive Behavior Support System with our Coyote Cash!

ACTION REQUIRED

11th & 12th Grade Students Who Have NOT Passed the 10th Grade ELA or Algebra 1 EOC

Attention 11th and 12th Students – If your student has not passed the Grade 10 ELA or the Algebra 1 EOC, then please read for important information.

The FSA Retake Window (ELA) begins September 22. If your student has not passed the FSA ELA (or earned a concordant score through an ACT or SAT exam), then they must be on campus these dates. Remember, the Grade 10 ELA FSA and Algebra 1 EOC is a graduation requirement.

September 22 – ELA Writes

September 29 – ELA Session 1
September 30 – ELA Session 2
October 15 – Algebra 1 Session 1
October 16 – Algebra 1 Session 2

Traditional students, your ELA or math teacher has roster information such as testing times and locations.

MSOL – Please go to https://cchs.pasco.k12.fl.us/assessments/assessment-resources/ for specific information regarding campus entry and exit procedures, as well as information regarding testing times and locations.

Changing Your Learning Option!

Please watch THIS VIDEO from Superintendent Browning discussing the value of instructional continuity for our students and scheduling. You may still request to change your learning option, but we will not consider these changes until the end of the quarter. The Request to Change Learning Option can be submitted by CLICKING HERE!


*PLEASE NOTE - IF YOU HAVE ALREADY CHANGED YOUR OPTION ONCE, WE WILL NOT PROCESS ANOTHER CHANGE!

PICTURE DAY

TRADITIONAL STUDENTS

Students who are taking classes traditionally will be brought down for pictures via their English Classes.

MYSCHOOL ONLINE STUDENTS

You must schedule your school pictures via the QR code. Pictures for MSO will be by appointment only. Only CCHS students are permitted on campus.

Athletic & Extracurricular Event Procedures & Expectations

Our athletes will begin playing this next week, and we have some very important expectations to share with all spectators. Please make sure to carefully read the three posters below prior to attending our athletic events. Please understand that these are county-wide policies and expectations. We thank you in advance for your cooperation as we work to maintain the safety and security of all during this unprecedented pandemic.

Creekin' Crazies

Are you a student that is interested in joining our spirited student section at home & away games?! We would love to have you, but do want you to be aware of our expectations for behavior in this section:

  1. "Masks on, Elbows up!" - maintain this mantra throughout the game. This means your mask must be on at all times, and your spacing must be equal to you having your elbows up throughout the game!
  2. Cheer for our Coyote Teams ONLY!
  3. NO Profanity or vulgar language!
  4. Sit in the Creekin' Crazies section only & do not move into any other spaces in the stands.


*Failure to comply with these expectations will result in you being removed from the game, and may result in a referral and disciplinary consequences that can include OSS and your inability to attend any other games or events for the entire semester.

UPDATES & INFORMATION

Questions about Buses?

Bus routes each have an alphanumeric identifier. The beginning letter identifies the servicing bus compound you should call if needed. Please understand that staff members at CCHS cannot change or print bus passes.


  • C Routes 727-774-0520
  • D Routes 813-794-0560
  • N Routes 727-774-0540
  • S Routes 727-774-4410
  • W Routes 727-774-0400
  • Z Routes 813-794-0501

The Covid-19 Response Guide, Student & Visitor Daily Screener Questions

Please always stay tuned to the Pasco County Schools ReOpening Website. CLICK HERE FOR A DIRECT LINK TO THE REOPENING WEBSITE! and Click here for The COVID-19 Response Guide


DAILY STUDENT SCREENER QUESTIONS:

Students must ask themselves these questions every morning prior to coming to school. If they answer "Yes" to any question they should NOT come to school. CLICK HERE FOR A LINK TO THE STUDENT SCREENER


Visitor Screener Questions:

Please note that we are only permitting visitors to campus by appointment only. Please call 813-346-4400. All Visitors with an Appointment Must:

  • Complete the Visitor Self-Screener - CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK!
  • Come to the Front Office to check in.
  • Remain in designation location as directed (ex. front office, on bench outside front office)

Contact Info

Main Line - 346-4400

Melissa Hardy - 346-4400

Hannah Hall, Principal's Secretary - 346-4402

Lorraine McKinney, Bookkeeper - 346-4404

Terri Almeida, Data Entry - 346-4406

Geisa Perez, Registrar - 346-4411

Carol Donald, ESE & School Counselor Secretary - 346-4407

Moneice Griffen, Clinic Assistant - 346-4440

Jen Oyer, School Nurse - 346-4412

Patty Guld, Cafeteria Manager - 346-4487

Fax Number - 346-4491