CHS Community Newsletter

August 18, 2022

Principal's Message

Good afternoon Canby High School Students and Families!

It has been another busy week preparing to welcome our students and staff back to school. A big piece of news is that the offices were able to move back into the main building as it has power and water, ahead of schedule. Construction is making progress, and our building is getting prepared for the year ahead.

An exciting part of this time of year is getting to see students again. This past week I had the opportunity to speak to our football team, visit with athletes at our fair parking fundraiser, and watch our FFA students show at the Clackamas County Fair. Our students inspire me daily with their talents and zest for life. I am looking forward to being able to interact with them at school daily.

Speaking of FFA, our chapter had a successful and busy summer. Joshua Artino and Brooke Jonas qualified for FFA Nationals for their Agriscience projects. We also had three America FFA Degree Recipients: Garrett Botz, Freddy Orozco, and Jaden Stewart. In addition, our Canby FFA chapter received a 2-star ranking.

We are looking forward to registration. For all returning students, school registration/verification is online at this link. We are holding registration events on Tuesday, August 23 & Thursday, August 25 from 12:00-7:00 in the Main Building. During these times, students will take pictures and get student IDs and get lockers and parking passes. New students can get registered at this time, and we will have computers available for those families who need assistance with registering online. Counselors will be available for new students only. Current CHS students can email their counselor if they have questions. Reminder: schedules will be available to students on September 2, 2022.

Just a reminder, the Main Office has moved back to the Main Building! If you need assistance, the CHS office is open during August from 8:00-3:00. Another update, our newsletter will be moving to Thursday afternoons.

Please save the date for our Open House event that includes some additional activities to welcome freshmen. It is Wednesday, August 31. See more details below. This will be a great opportunity to connect with us.

In gratitude,

Cari Sloan

Canby High School Principal

#CanbyProud #Rollcougs


Construction at CHS

Upcoming Events

Tuesday/Thursday, 8/23 and 8/25: 12:00 - 7:00 pm Registration for New Students, Pictures/Student IDs, Locker and Parking Passes

Thursday, 8/25: Fall Sports Competitions Begin

Wednesday, 8/31: Freshmen Welcome, 4:00-5:00; School BBQ, 5:00-6:00; Open House, 6:00-7:30

Friday, 9/2: Student Schedules Released via ParentVUE

Tuesday, 9/6: First Day of School for Students

Important Information

Register / Re-enroll Your Student for the 2022-23 School Year:

Freshmen Welcome, School BBQ and Open House - August 31st, 4:00-7:30


Freshmen and their families are invited to meet with CHS Administration and freshmen teachers for a Questions and Answers session. They will also have the opportunity to tour the building with our leadership and Cougar Crew upperclassmen..


Burgerville is partnering with CHS and we will be able to feed the first 900 people at our first ever school barbeque! A big thank you to Burgerville! We will offer burgers, chips, cookies and water to our families.


Open House: Families will be able to talk with teachers in departments and gather information from community partners. Some partners that will be at Open House are The Canby Center, Student Transportation of America (STA), Nutrition Services, etc.

Amazing CHS Students



Fall sports have started. For details on practice times and locations, go to and click on each individual sport for details including contact information for coaches.

In order to participate, each athlete must be cleared on Please create a free account and follow the steps to register your student athlete. For help, contact Heather Britt, our athletics secretary at or call 503-263-7216. Registration includes: medical history update, signed waiver forms, impact testing, and an updated physical exam (must expire less than 2 years old at the end of the season).

For the impact testing requirement, contact Heather Britt for an appointment or details on how to complete (contact info above). We will be announcing drop in times on soon.


We have all of our athletics schedule all in one place on our master athletic schedule. This includes game times, locations, and bus departure times. It is updated real-time by your athletic department. Go to this link to see the current schedule, which is subject to change with little notice.

Fall Sports Player/Parent Night - Thursday, August 18th at 6pm

We will have our Fall Sports Player/Parent night at 6pm on Thursday, August 18th. We will cover important information for the upcoming season during this time. For your convenience, we will continue to hold this meeting on zoom. Click Here for the link.


SafeOregon Program

SafeOregon is a 24-hour anonymous tip-line individuals can use if they see or hear about instances of bullying, violence, threats, drug use, suicidal thoughts and more.

There are a number of ways to report, including:

  • Texting or calling 844-4-SAFE-OR (844-472-3367)

  • Emailing

  • Online at

  • Via the SafeOregon app

For more information, please visit our CSD SafeOregon website.

Bus Transportation

If you have any questions or problems with school bus transportation, please email Student Transport of America (STA) at

Nutrition Services

Free Food Resources

CHS Free Food Site Links

For Mental Health Resources

**Emergency Services- for life threatening emergencies - 911**

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 988

Clackamas County Emergency/Crisis Mental Health Services - 503-655-8585

Non-emergency: 503-742-5335

Crisis Text Line - Text HOME to 741741

National Alliance on Mental Illness - Text NAMI to 741741

Oregon Youthline 877-968-8491 or Text teen2teen to 839863

Trevor Project (LGBTQ+) -866-488-7386 or text START to 678678

Call to Safety: If you are an adult and worried about your safety at home. Interpretation line available.1-888-235-5333

Proyecto Unica: Spanish version of Call to Safety. 503-232-4448

DHS Hotline (Oregon Department of Human Services) If you are worried about the safety of a child, Interpretation services available. 855-503-7233