The Creekside Chronicles
The Official Newsletter of Creekside High School
Greetings Creekside Family,
It is my goal to provide excellent customer service to all stakeholders. It is my desire that each staff member is aware of the process to conference with me. When requesting a meeting with me, please communicate directly with Ms. Scott in the front office. Ms. Scott has full access to my calendar and will ensure you are scheduled at my earliest convenience. Although, I have provided this procedure for a requested conference, I am also available for brief conversations during my daily morning walk of the campus and throughout the day. I recognize my duty to serve all stakeholders and want to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to reach me directly or indirectly as needed.
Exciting Opportunity from Georgia Power for CHS Students
When: June 9-14, 2019
What: A week-long, residential summer leadership institute with 21st Century Leaders & Georgia Power Where: Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, Georgia Who: 100 high school students from across Georgia (*must be a rising sophomore, junior, or senior in high school)
Why: Meet other like-minded peers, network with Georgia Power executives and develop yourself as a LEADER!
How: Students are required to submit an online application and have a teacher, counselor, or youth leader submit a separate recommendation form. • EarthCare Application: https://www.21stcenturyleaders.org/student-programs/student-application-form/ • Recommendation Form: https://www.21stcenturyleaders.org/student-programs/recommendation-form/ • There is NO cost for students to attend the program •
The deadline for applications is March 17, 2019. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by email and mail in early April. You can also reach out to 21st Century Leaders’ Program Manager, Nicole Meadows at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Creekside HS Divine 9 Staff Celebrate Black History Month
The Creekside HS Divine 9 members celebrated Black History Month with a week of activities. Staff and students were invited to participate in a week of events geared toward bringing awareness and highlighting the accomplishments and contributions of African - Americans.
Creekside HS Graphic Design Class Host Motivational Speaker
Donate to See Principal Pollock Kiss A Pig
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Hello Creekside Seminole Family,
This week in the National FFA Week and FFA is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Creekside High School has one of the largest FFA Chapters in the State, and we were also recognized by the FCS Career and Technical Director Ms. Yalanda Bell as an exemplar CTSO!
Principal Pollock has agreed to assist with our fundraising efforts for the 91st FFA State Convention ( 4 Day Leadership Conference for our students)!
Please help us raise funds to see (“ Principal Pollock Pucker up and KISS a PIG”)!!!!!
Next week you will be able to go to the OSP website and donate any amount you deem!!!!!
Log onto http://osp.osmsinc.com/fultonga
- Click on the tab that is labeled high school
- Click on Creekside HS
- Pay Obligations
- Pucker up Principal Pollock
Fulton County Schools Policy on Outside Food and Snacks
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Greetings Creekside Family,
Last week, one of our learning community schools experienced some challenges relative to outside food that impacted the operations of their building. In light of those unfortunate events, I would like to take this time to review our policy regarding outside food and homemade items:
• Students are not permitted to bring outside food, for sale or distribution, to Creekside for any reason. This includes homemade meals/dinners, treats, prepackaged items, and meals provided by a delivery service like uber eats, grub hub, postmates, etc.
• All items are subject to be confiscated by an employee in our building and turned over to our school resource officer where the items will be held until further notice.
• Violation of this policy is a Tier II offense in our student code of conduct and we will support our students through this discipline cycle. Parents we are asking you to resist the temptation to have a food delivery service bring outside food to our campus as the food will be collected by an employee or staff and turned over to our school resource officer thus creating disciplinary consequences for your child.
Student safety is our first priority and our staff is unable to differentiate between items that have been compromised, items for which students have a food allergy, and items that are otherwise safe for consumption. To that end, all items regardless of their origin of purchase or creation, will be confiscated and turned over to our school resource officer. To be clear, again, I am referring to products that are brought into the school for sale or distribution as taking or eating these items that come from an unknown source constitute a negative choice for our students.