CVHS Weekly Update for August 2, 2020
Remote Learning Plan: Week 1
Monday, August 3: Freshmen Only
- Check your email Sunday, August 2nd, for an email from your Advisory teacher with your Google Classroom Code. This will allow you to access your Google Classroom and prepare for your first virtual class! Teachers will walk you through the process with specific instructions.
- At 8:10 am on August 3rd, all freshmen will log into their Google Classroom and join their Advisory for the day!
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 4-5: Half Days for ALL Students
- Students will attend classes on a half-day schedule. All students should check their email for their teachers' Google Classroom Codes. The codes will allow students access to each teacher's Google Classroom where virtual meeting links will be posted.
Thursday and Friday, August 6-7: Full Days for ALL Students
- Classes are 110 minutes long.
- The first 55 minutes will be required live instruction.
- Students will be marked absent and/or tardy for class.
- Students will be given a 5 minute "passing" period between classes.
- Students will have Advisory from 12:40 - 1:10 pm.
- Students will be given a 35 minute lunch break.
*Photo Credit: Chloe Miller, CVHS Junior
Still need a Chromebook?
Attention all NEW Jaguars: Chromebooks can be picked up tomorrow, Monday, August 3, from 7 am until 9 am in the Accelerator.
Please wear a mask, practice social distancing, bring your ID (student middle school ID or parent ID)and only one person in the building at a time.
Pick-up after this day and time will be facilitated by appointment only. Thank you!
Device Protection Plan
There is no cost associated with 1:1 Technology Program. Parents/Guardians have the opportunity to purchase a protection plan through the district. The plan will cost $30 per device each school year, which includes an initial repair (additional repairs if needed will be $20 per incident), and limits the fee for replacement. Parents/ Guardians who choose not to purchase the Device Protection Plan are 100% responsible for all repair and replacement costs.
It is recommended that parents purchase the Device Protection Plan to minimize any costs that may arise during the school year. Payment for the Device Protection Plan must be made by Friday, September 11 to be active for the 2020-2021 school year. Payment can be made online through TouchBase or at the Bookstore.
- The plan must be renewed every year for returning students.
- The plan must be purchased by Friday, 9/11.
- Chromebook won't start (after being charged overnight)
- Chromebook damage
- Wifi issues
- Forgot your log-on Info
Click HERE for TECH SUPPORT.
We will reach out to schedule an appt.
CVHS Counselor's Corner
The Counseling Department would like to thank our parents and guardians for allowing their students to advocate for themselves. We enjoy hearing from our students and listening to their voices. It allows us the ability to get to know what matters to them and who they are. Self-advocacy is an adult survival skill that is best practiced when the adults in their lives can coach them through this practice, instead of advocating for their students first. Freshman year is a great time to start practicing self-advocacy and can continue to be honed in their Sophomore and Junior years. By their Senior year, students should know who to go to for their various school-related needs, such as a letter of recommendation, and how to request it.
Similar to the adult world, students will hear denial and rejection that may not be personal. This offers an opportunity for learning and growth. Does the HOA or city always approve plans? Does the bank always grant credit or loans? Does an interview guarantee the job? As educators, we work to help prepare students to navigate the adult world by teaching these invaluable skills of self-advocacy and resilience and we ask our parents/guardians to partner with our endeavor.
At times, it will be challenging and uncomfortable for the student and/or parent. Every time adults step in and take over, the opportunity for the student to inquire, navigate, create, accept and move forward is lost. Let’s stand with them, listen to them, guide them, and coach them. Then watch and celebrate how they become resilient.
Counselors are correcting schedule errors before the 1st day of school such as, missing class periods, missing required academic courses, having duplicate courses, and others. All non error requests will be referred to the Change of Course Request form. Students are welcome to email their counselors with their questions and concerns. Emails will be addressed within 24-48 business hours.
Ms. Melanie Colín at email@example.com,
Junior Counselor Class of 2022
Mrs. Sholanda Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophomore Counselor Class of 2023
Mrs. Chelsea Charlton at email@example.com
Freshmen Counselor class of 2024
Counseling Google Classroom Codes
Hi, Jags! Please ensure that you are also part of your school counselor's grade-level cohort classroom. You can join (insert counselor's name - Ms. Colín (Jags22), Mrs. Smith (Jags23), Mrs. Charlton (Jags24)) class at:
Jags22 - hnhmtdg
Jags23 - uujghk5
Jags24 - ebyryxl
Course Schedule Changes
During the first week of school a digital Change of Course Request form will be made available to students through their cohort Google Classroom (Jags22, Jags23, and Jags24).
This form is for preference requests and requires a parent's email to receive notification of their student's request. All requests are reviewed and considered except for teacher, lunch and classes with friends. Submission of the form does not mean that an automatic change will take place. Students will receive notification of the decision by email.
The form will close on Wednesday, August 12 at 3:30 pm.
Counselors have until the 10th day of school to complete course changes.
AFUHSD Meal Service Plan
AFUHSD will be providing meal service via bus routes to our students during their remote learning instruction.
Each day students will receive one breakfast meal and one lunch meal. The cost of the meal will depend on the student's meal status. If you would like to participate in our meal service via bus routes, please complete this form.
We encourage all families to apply for Agua Fria Union High School District Free or Reduced Lunch program. In addition to receiving free or reduced-price lunch, it has many other cost benefits when it comes to athletic and academic programs.
Athletic Director Message
Welcome back to school! We have received some guided information from the AIA and we are able to begin Phase I Activities on August 4th. This will follow the AFHUSD guidelines created this summer to ensure the safety of all coaches and athletes. Face masks and individual water bottles are required to participate. It is not required of our coaches or athletes to attend. Please reach out to our fall coaches for more information.
Football- Scott Harris- firstname.lastname@example.org
Volleyball - Stephanie Parker - email@example.com
Swim and Dive - Kasie Inman - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross Country - Chris Cool - email@example.com
Girls Golf - Scott Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Golf - Nick Fardin - email@example.com
Pom - Ted Williams - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheer - Lindsay Levers - email@example.com
Band - Randy George - firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
Canyon View High School
623-932-7600 ext. 5014
CVHS Football August 4th
Football will begin following Phase I Guidelines:
- JVB- 3:45-5:15 - Practice Field, 6 ft social distancing, masks required
Coach Ortiz - email@example.com
- JVA- 4:00-5:15 - Practice Field, 6 ft social distancing, masks required
Coach Huff - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Varsity 4:00-6:00 - K Building(Field House), 6 ft social distancing, masks required
Coach Harris - email@example.com
Google Classroom Football Code: fqbm5lq
All athletes required to bring in their own water bottles
Does Your Student Need A Physical?
The 2019-2020 sports physical shall be accepted for the 2020-2021 school year if the following criteria are met over the time period since the athletes 2019-2020 sports physical.
a. Athlete has a 2019-2020 AIA sports physical on file with the school he/she is attending for 2020-2021.
b. Athlete did not have any new injury or illness requiring outside medical evaluation or if injury did occur, was released for full athletic participation by a medical professional.
c. Athlete did not have a concussion
d. Athlete did not receive a new medical diagnosis
e. Athlete has not had COVID -19
Unfortunately due to COVID, we will not be able to host school physicals. If you athlete needs a physical please see the attached options. Thank you.