Cabot High School

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Do you have questions or concerns?

Please call the school office with any questions or concerns. Our faculty and administration would love to hear from you.

Upcoming CHS Events

September

11- B Team and JV Football @ NLR 5:30

12- Homecoming Royalty voting in Social Studies classes

12- Suicide Prevention safeTALK for Cabot students ages 15 and older at the CHS Loft

4:00-7:00 p.m.

12- Volleyball @ LR Central 5:00

13- Sweetheart Meeting before school in 1503

14- Tennis @ Conway 3:30

14- Volleyball vs Bryant 5:00

15- Football vs JA Fair 7:00

18- B Team @ Lonoke and JV Football vs CAC

19- Volleyball @ FS Northside 5:00

20-Girls Who Code Meeting 3:30

21- Volleyball vs NLR 5:00

22- Senior Spot deadline for Yearbook 3:30

22- Deadline to register for October ACT

22- Football @ Catholic High

28- College and Career Fair at CHS

29- Homecoming, 2:00 Dismissal

29- Homecoming Parade 3:30

30- Homecoming Dance 7-10 pm

October

2- Financial Aid Night 6:00 Fine Arts Auditorium

Academic Spotlight: Madison Stocks

Class: Senior

Academic and Extracurricular Accomplishments:

  • Madison has been in pre-ap classes since the seventh grade and this year she is taking six AP classes.

  • She is also involved in ten clubs at Cabot High School which include National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Health Occupation Students of America, Skills USA, National Spanish Honor Society, Key Club, National Technical Honor Society, Junior Civitan, AP Academy, and Femi STEM.

  • She is the current Mu Alpha Theta President at CHS and is also the State Vice President of Skills USA.

Community:

  • Madison commits a lot of her time to community service. By the time she graduates she will have accumulated about 500 hours of community service since the 9th grade. Most of these hours are through the clubs she is involved in at school but she has also volunteered at Children's Hospital and been a volunteer counselor for Camp Aldersgate.

College/Military Plans:

  • Madison plans to attend the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville to obtain her bachelors in biology. She then plans to go to UAMS to receive her MD and eventually become a Pediatrician.

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Sweetheart Meeting

There will be a mandatory meeting for all club sweethearts Wednesday, September 13th at 7:45 amin Mrs. Hillenburg's room, 1503. Please make plans to attend.
Senior Spot in the CHS Yearbook

These are due by September 22 at 3:30. Click here to get the forms and information.

Back to School 5K

CHS Dance is hosting a Back to School 5K on Friday, September 15th after the JA Fair game. If you would like to participate, please come by Mrs. Hillenburg's room, 1503 to pick up a registration form. Money and registration is due by August 31st to be guaranteed a medal and tshirt.

CHS Yearbook Special

There is a back to school special going on through September 29th. You can get your yearbook for $40, only $6 more to get it personalized and up to four free icons. Personalize online only!

Teen safeTALK

Cabot Public Schools and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host a teen safeTALK for Cabot students ages 15 and older at the CHS Loft on September 12th from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Nicole True, Cabot Schools Counselor, will be the trainer.

This training will help participants learn to notice and respond to situations where thoughts of suicide might be present and connect those at risk with the appropriate resources.

Students interested in participating may sign up in the CHS Counseling Center by September 5th. A permission slip signed by parents is required for students to participate in teen safeTALK. The class is limited to 30 participants.


Sports Medicine Club

Any student wanting to join sports medicine club please turn in your application form and $15 dues in to Mrs. Rich or Mrs. Rush by Friday, September 15th.

Girls Who Code!

Want to work for a tech company? Get your start with Girls Who Code! This is a free program for girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly way! This is a brand new club at CHS. Our first meeting with be held on September 20th at 3:30pm in Champs Hall - Room 111. We would love to see you there! Please see Ms. Lovellette if you'd like more information.

Homecoming Parade

Homecoming Parade will be September 29th at 3:30. Applications to participate in the parade are available online and are due by September 22nd. You can also pick up an application in the front office of Cabot High School.

CHS Check Out Policy

  • CHS students will be allowed to check out with a parent/guardian note only. A parent/guardian phone number will need to be included on the checkout note for verification purposes.

  • ***No phone call checkouts will be allowed because of safety concerns.

CHS is a closed campus and we strongly discourage students from checking out at lunch. This typically causes unnecessary tardies and classroom interruptions. If a student is checking out at lunch, a parent/guardian must physically come in and sign the student out and them back in from lunch.

Only a parent/guardian is allowed to drop lunch off for a student. If a parent/guardian is dropping off lunch for a student, there will be a table (outside the office) with a sharpie for the students name to be written on it. Students should know in advance that lunch is being dropped off to them.


Panther Tip Line

Did you know that anyone can make a report on the Panther Tip Line. You or a student can submit a report or concern in any of these categories: Bullying, Drugs, Fighting, Safety Risk, Vandalism, a Personal Crisis and more. All personal information is kept confidential. To learn more, click on the link below.


Panther Tip Line

Please help us with parking

Students who park on campus must have a 2017/2018 parking pass visible hanging from the rear view mirror. If parking passes are not visible students may face disciplinary actions.

Students cannot park in lower parking after 3:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Lower parking must be cleared for band practice. Those cars left in lower parking after 3:30pm will face disciplinary action.

Online Payment Store

Did you know that Cabot Public Schools is now providing an easy to use solution for online payments? It's called RevTrak , and this web store allows you to make payments online for high school clubs, activity fees and more. This convenient options saves time, reduces trips to the school office, and eliminates the need to send cash or check with your students. All it takes is a few clicks. To learn more about RevTrak click on the website below.


http://www.cabotschools.org/schools/cabot-high-school/chs-online-payment-store

Click Here to Check your Student's Grades

Need a login? Check with the CHS Counseling Center.

Counseling Center

Congressman Rick Crawford is hosting his annual military service academy session, November 27, 2017 (6:00-8:30 pm). The event will be held at ASU Newport in the Student Community Center. The session will inform students and parents about the free college education opportunities offered by the service academies and the ASU ROTC college scholarship program. Representatives from each academy will present information regarding their school's benefits, requirements and guidelines for the admissions process. The following will be represented:

U.S. Military Academy

U.S. Naval Academy

U.S. Air Force Academy

U.S. Coast Guard Academy

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

ASU ROTC

RSVP/Questions: Sherrie Mitchell 870-203-0540 or sherrie.mitchell@mail.house.gov


Sophomore, Juniors, Seniors- Students interested in attending Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Penn, or Stanford are invited to attend a student/parent information session in Little Rock. The session will be October 5, 7:00 pm at the Four Points Sheraton. For more information and to RSVP, visit: www.exploringcollegeoptions.org.


University of the Ozarks will have a representative in the cafeteria during both lunches on October 4.

The United States Naval Academy offers a full college scholarship, guaranteed job upon graduation, and is ranked the #1 Top Public School by US News and World Report. They offer summer programs and camps, which are available to all current 8th - 11th graders. An admissions forum will be held in Memphis, TN, October 14, 2017. For registration information, visit: http://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Events/Forums/.


SENIORS - The National Rice Month Scholarship Contest is here! Create awareness and promote U.S.-grown rice, National Rice Month, and the importance of rice to your state via video — and earn scholarship money in the process. High school graduating students from rice-growing states — Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Texas are eligible to participate. Make a video about rice production, healthy eating, sustainability … the list goes on! You can also conduct promotion activities in your community and showcase your work in a video. Entries must be received by October 31, 2017. Winners will be notified by November 20, 2017.To get started: http://www.thinkrice.com/scholarship/#1472673067103-e807e0e2-bf9f


Students - The 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award celebrates the spirit of youth volunteer service, and recognizes students who have distinguished themselves by making a meaningful difference in the community by volunteering. Applications are now available. You could win $1,000 and a trip to Washington, D.C., in late April. Access the application at spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit. The deadline is November 7, 2017 to your certifier.


SENIORS - Ther Arkansas Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Scholarship Applications are available in the Counseling Center. The following are available: The Stevenson-Westbrooke Scholarship ($1,000), The Frances Loyd-Jane Chesshir Scholarship ($500), 2 Arkansas DAR Scholarships ($1,000 each), and The Leta McDougald Boyd Nursing Scholarship ($500). Deadline is January 10, 2018.


The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF) offers scholarship opportunities for Asian American and Pacific Islander students with financial need to increase their access to higher education and resources that cultivate their academic, personal, and professional success. The program offers a range of scholarships from one-time $2,500 awards to multiyear $20,000 awards. It also offers awards that can be used to cover the total cost of attendance, not just tuition, room, and board. The deadline to apply is January 11, 2018, at 5 p.m. ET.


SENIORS - Major Jacob Gray Chapter, NSDAR Scholarship Program announces a $750 scholarship to a senior enrolled in a college, university or technical school accredited by a state department of education. The student must major in history, historical preservation, elementary or secondary education, or medical field. Applications are available in the counseling center. Deadline is March 1, 2018.


Williams Baptist College is hosting Senior Preview Days on:

September 22 November 3 & 17

October 6 & 27 December 1

Register at williamsbaptistcollege.com/preview or call 870-759-4120.

Attendance concerns?

Students with attendance concerns please check with Shayne Nichols in High School Office or via email @ shayne.nichols@cps.k12.ar.us.

Principal and Counselor Assignments by student last name:

Principal Assignments

Brad Tarvin - A - Dav

Nicole Gatewood - Davi - Hilo

Charlie Donham - Hin - Mit

Alana Graham - Mix - Skin

Adam Koehler - Skinn - Z

Henry Hawkins - Principal


Counselor Assignments

Ryan Davenport - A - Dav

Janet Walters - Davi - Hilo

Julie Wilson - Hin - Mit

Jayne Snyder - Mix - Skin

Kim Gibson - Skinn - Z

Barbara Miller - Lead Counselor

Need to Contact Us?

If you would like to email one of our fabulous faculty members like Mrs. Kester, all you will need to know is their first and last name and add @cps.k12.ar.us. For example, Mrs. Kester's email is twyla.kester@cps.k12.ar.us