The Coyote Howl
Campo Verde High School
August 29, 2020
This will be our last week of online learning. Great job to all of our students, parents, and staff for navigating through uncharted territory over the past several months. Beginning on Tuesday, September 8th we will transition into our Hybrid schedule. Please see below for the schedule of which two days you will attend classes on campus. The hybrid schedule will be in place from September 8th- the 18th. Then on September 21st all students that selected the in-person learning model will report back to campus full-time.
Please remember the following prior to attending classes in person:
1. Before attending campus each day your student must complete a student health assessment- please view the assessment here.
2. Face coverings are required for all students in 1st - 12th grade and employees when on campus and riding our school buses.
3. Students should bring their own refillable water bottle. We have refillable touch-free water stations in each building.
We are extremely excited to see our students on Tuesday, September 8th!
If you have any questions at all please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We are here to help.
Krista Cox, Ed.D.
Campo Verde High School
Every Person, Every Day!
Just a reminder to follow us on social media.
Instagram: @cvhs_dr.cox Twitter: @CVHS_DrCox & @CVHSYotes
Facebook: Campo Verde High School
Student Hybrid Schedule
Students with the last names M-Z will attend school on campus Tuesday's and Friday's.
* No school Monday, September 7th-reserved for Labor Day holiday.
Face coverings are required on the bus and in-person.
Mental Health Counselor- Mr. Baker Google site link
Counselor- Mrs. Dewarrat Google site link
Counselor- Ms. Diggs Google site link
Counselor- Mrs. McManus Google site link
Counselor- Mrs. Lange Google site link
Counselor- Mrs. Carpenter Google site link
Academic Interventionist- Mr. Wirth Google site link
Counseling Secretary- Mrs. Laurie Prosper 480-545-3100 Ext. 2121
Hello AP Students-
It is that time to start registration for your AP exams. If you took an AP exam last year, the registration process will remain the same. There are 2 STEPS to complete to successfully register for an AP Exam. They are outlined here. Students must complete both steps by the deadline to successfully register for an exam. Join codes are provided to the students by AP teachers and should be posted in their Buzz classrooms. The deadline to register without late fees this year is Friday, October 30th. We hope your school year is off to a great start. Please reach out to your AP teacher with any questions you have about the exam.
REGISTRATION FOR THE PSAT/NMSQT WILL OPEN ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st and close on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2nd.
CVHS will be offering the PSAT/NMSQT on
Saturday, October 17th AND Tuesday, January 26th.
The sign up window noted above is for BOTH test dates.
Saturday, October 17th: This test date is for all 9th and 10th graders wanting to test. (11th graders are welcome to test on this date, but the January test date is encouraged)
Tuesday, January 26th: This test date is only for 11th grade students. It will be during the school day.
Both test dates will offer the same benefits, including eligibility for programs administered by National Merit Scholarship Corporation for Junior students. Because the PSAT/NMSQT is designed for Junior year students, and that is when students could potentially qualify for National Merit Scholarships, we would like to provide the January test date for our 11th grade students.
For more information about the National Merit Scholarship, please refer here.
Testing Information for both tests
Time: 8 am - noon
Sign up and Payment: September 1st - October 2nd online on the Total Registration website www.TotalRegistration.net/PSAT/030696
State Benchmark Assessment: GPS students have been provided with access to the State Benchmark Assessment through their BUZZ platform. Governor Ducey’s Executive Order 2020-21 requires school districts to administer District Benchmarks in both English language arts and Mathematics within the first six weeks of the start of the school year. Campo Verde students should complete the designated assessments in English and Math prior to Friday, September 4th. Students can do this independently, outside of class time. Score reports will not be used for grading, however students are expected to complete the assessment as an assignment. Please check with your student to ensure that they have completed this benchmark.
Annual Update Reminder:
In order to ensure that we can communicate with families regarding their student, or in case of an emergency, it is essential that families keep their emergency contact information up to date in their Infinite Campus account. If you have not filled out the Annual Update, please do so as soon as possible. It is important that every family log into Infinite Campus and complete the Annual Update to ensure we have accurate information for your student. Even if you believe there are no changes to your student’s information, please login and complete the process, so that we may verify your update. Annual Update Instructions are included here for your reference.
Progress Report Grades: 4 1/2 Week Progress Report grades will be updated in Infinite Campus and available to view on September 3rd. For the 20/21 school year, all progress report, quarter, and semester grades will be posted in Infinite Campus. (*Please remember that for this school year, all individual assignments and test scores will be viewable in the BUZZ gradebook.)
If you are planning on graduating a semester early in December 2020 (early Senior grad) or a year early in May 2021 (early Junior grad), please complete the following form.
Senior Credit Checks
Senior credit checks are taking place now. Please have your senior visit their Class of 2021 google classroom (join code: zclnaea) to sign up for a phone appointment through Sign Up Genius if they still need to speak with their counselor. Here is a link to the Senior Checklist with other important senior information.
CGCC Dual Enrollment registration information is here! Please click on the Dual Enrollment Program Guide to view the new ALL online registration process DE Program Guide Fall 2020.pdf. Also, here is the link to begin the registration process LINK TO ENROLLMENT.
Dual Enrollment courses offered at Campo Verde High School for the 2020-21 school year are listed below (click on link): Campo Verde DE Class List-You can view the prerequisites on the class list to determine if you need placement testing or if you already fulfill the requirements. Juniors or Seniors with a 2.6 GPA or higher can upload their GPA instead of taking a placement test.
Registration and Payment Deadlines
The registration AND payment deadline is September 13, 2020 for fall and year-long courses. PLEASE NOTE: Payment/payment arrangements are due at the time of registration. Failure to make payment will result in being dropped from classes. If you are dropped from classes for non-payment, you can re-enroll up until September 13, when fall registration closes.
Please note that the dual enrollment tuition assistance application is due August 30th. It can be found here.
If you are under the age of 18 please upload identification and submit a Financial Responsibility and Consent with your online application. If you are 18 years of age or older you will not have to submit this form.
For further information and questions regarding the application process, please contact CGCC at 480-732-7006 or go to the CGCC Dual Enrollment Website. CVHS counseling department 480-545-3100 ext. 2121. Ms. Chris Sabel is working with the counseling department this year as the CGCC Dual Enrollment Liaison. She will be a great resource for you as well. Her email is email@example.com
Lou Coopey Photography regarding the policies and procedures for the upcoming senior photo sessions. Please note that Lou Coopey is our designated studio photographer for our senior portraits which will be featured in the 2020-2021 yearbook. There are 2 options available: Option 1 is at Lou Coopey Studios with multiple photos/styles (for a modest fee). Option 2 is on campus November 10th; one photo (professional dress/no cap and gown) and no sitting fee. Full details below. Please note only photos from Lou Coopey studios will appear in the reference section of the yearbook.
Schedule an appointment to have your photo taken at the Mesa studio with Lou Coopey before October 1st. Photos must be taken before October 1st to ensure placement in the yearbook.
• To do so, go to www.loucoopey.com then click on the large red banner across the top to book your appointment. To ensure the safety of all seniors we have put in place new COVID protocols for the photo session.
• Social distancing, masks, and hand sanitizing will be required of all customers and staff. All procedures will be as contact-free as possible.
• Dressing rooms, restrooms, and seating areas will be closed to the public.
• Only seniors, six at a time, with appointments will be permitted to enter the studio. No one else may accompany them.
• All studio services beyond the sitting: scheduling, ordering, and paying fees will be conducted online.
• A $40 deposit will be collected at the time of scheduling. This, along with a $10 complimentary coupon will be applied to each account, giving each senior a $50 credit toward the purchase of portraits and services. After 30 days the $10 complimentary credit expires and the $40 remains on account and can be used for any senior portrait purchase.
• Senior sessions will include 9-14 poses on a variety of backgrounds.
• The studio will not provide the usual loaner jackets, ties, shirts and drapes. Seniors will be required to come wearing the school-proscribed dress for senior portraits.
• All post-sitting contact will be done online, including choosing the yearbook pose, ordering, and any payment. Each senior will receive an online access code for their images and $50 credit.
• Cap & gown photos for graduation included. They are sanitized on site in commercial dryers between appointments per CDC sanitation requirements.
OPTION 2 (does not include cap & gown)
For those who do not pick Option 1, we will have an on-campus photo day on November 10th. This option does not allow for cap & gown photos.
• Students must be dressed professionally when they arrive at school that day. This includes a collared shirt with tie and dress shirts, suit coats, dresses, blouses, or other more formal dress.
• For both options, students must adhere to the dress code that includes shirt & tie (jacket highly encouraged), collared shirts, blouses, or dresses. Clothing cannot be transparent and must be free of logos/signage/text. Headwear is not permitted (except in the case of religious or medical purposes).
Failure to book a studio appointment and/or missing the senior on-campus session could result in the senior’s photo not appearing in the yearbook.
Campo Verde High School Yearbook Advisor
Welcome back, Seniors!
This form is to be used to send transcripts to colleges that you have applied to.
Once we have a signed form on file you do not need to resubmit a new one.
Whenever you apply to another college you can either email
with the new request or, (eventually) stop by my desk. Hope to see you soon.
Peggy Rodgers, Registrar
Activities and Clubs
Activities, Clubs, and Graduation
Grade Level: Juniors
Freshmen H - O
Cat Jones 480.545.3100 X 2101
Freshmen/New student tour
Our CVHS Link Crew knows that the first day of high school can be nerve-racking, especially when it comes to finding all your classes. We want to make sure on the first day of in-person learning this school year, all our freshmen & new students to CVHS know where to go. We will be hosting 20-30 minute tours of campus in small groups led by some of our Link Crew Leaders & Ambassadors. Please only sign up for one time slot per student & this is on a first come first served basis, in order to meet social distancing guidelines. This event is for students only. Additionally, masks will be required for any students attending this event. We cannot wait to show our newest coyotes CVHS!
Thursday, September 3rd (12 pm to 4 pm): Thursday Sign Up
Friday, September 4th (7:30 am to 10:30 pm): Friday Sign Up
Link N' Learn
Fall blood donors can learn their antibody status. Donors who are recovered from Covid can apply to donate Convalescent Plasma at either of these drives. You can apply at Vitalant.org/COVID free.
Bite-size project, by erin choi
girls in stem
Hey Coyotes, Campo's community service club is looking to start off a new year of service and wants to get as many people involved!
Key Club strives to mentor its members on how to lead and stand for what’s right through service and volunteerism. We are committed to making a positive impact as we continue to serve others in our community.
If you are interested in participating, fill out the attached paperwork and join our Google Classroom with the code: 63hon4s and join our Remind by texting: @keyclubz to 81010. Our first all-member virtual meeting will be on September 14th and the Webex link will be posted to our Google Classroom, we hope to see you there!
Click here to fill out the MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
national honor society
Fall sports calendar dates have been approved by the AIA Executive Board. The information below are the dates and times for when practice dates will begin for each sport. Athletic packets will need to be completed prior to the start date for each sport. Please follow this link Here for Register My Athlete to complete the online packet. Once it says "Ready for Tryouts" athletes will be cleared to try out. Please check out www.cvhsathletics.com for the recent information.
ESports - Registration is currently ongoing with a preseason start date of Sept. 15. No physical is required for Esports. Register My Athlete does need to be completed.
Badminton - First Practice – Aug. 31 - 3:00-5:00 PM in the Mini Gym.
Volleyball - Tryouts begin Aug. 31 - 3:00-6:00 PM in the Main Gym. There will be two tryout sessions each night. August 31st and September 1st.
Football - First Practice – Sept. 7 - Equipment Hand Out will be September 4th starting varsity at 3:00 PM. Equipment will only be handed out to those that have everything completed on Register My Athlete. Athletic Fee does not need to be paid until September 21st.
WELCOME BACK to the new school year!!! Our PE Department is excited to work with all of our students in PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORTS TRAINING, DANCE, YOGA, and UNIFIED PHYSICAL EDUCATION classes. We are busily preparing our facilities and equipment for a safe, healthy, and fun experience!
PE, Dance, Yoga UNIFORMS:
Can be purchased online through the parent portal of IC or in person in our CVHS Bookstore. All students will need to have the proper uniform and a combination lock when we begin in person classes. Please contact Coach Cornell if you have any questions.
AFTER SCHOOL WEIGHTS:
We are excited to offer another year of "AFTER SCHOOL WEIGHTS" once we return to full time in person school. Once school resumes full time in person, we will be opening the weight room after school on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 2:20-3:00pm. Please see Coach Cornell or Coach Bishop for more information.
We will be offering lunchtime intramurals during both lunches for any student interested in being active. Intramurals will be held in either the mini or main gymnasium and occasionally outide (when the weather cools down). Please see Coach Cornell for more information.
Events & Fundraising
Tri-University Week for Arizona students
Save the date for Tri-University Week, starting Sept. 8. Arizona’s three public universities are teaming up to host a series of college prep workshops for students and families to learn about topics ranging from scholarship and financial aid programs to the honors college experience. Register and see why choosing an Arizona public university is a great option. More details are coming soon.